Science Skills and Actions K-5
|Category||State Standard||State Indicator||Fact, Concept, Generalization||Winnebago Indicator||Acitivity||Evaluation Levels|
Pushing to Slide, Roll, Jump, Skip, Walk, Run, Hop, Throw, Splash, Spill, Smash, Mash, Throw, Press, Scratch, Pluck, Shout, Blow
Pulling - to Slide, Roll, Lift, Splash, Spill, Squeeze, Smash, Mash, Suck
Balance to Hold, Drop, Stop, Still
Balance and push and pull to Support, Carry, Pour, Wet, Water, Fill, Empty, Stir, Mix, Soak, Rip, Open, Dig, Shake
Smell, listen, taste, look,
Talk to shout, cry, giggle, whine, whisper, hiccup
Observation to answer questions.
Compare and contrast objects and events and communicate the results.
Carry out investigations and communicate the results (guess, test, tell).
Communicate via oral, written, or other creative means, the results of their scientific explorations.
Carry out a fair test. investigations and communicate via oral, written, or other creative means, the results of their scientific explorations.
Differentiate those questions which are scientific in nature from those which are not.
Demonstrate the ability to make systematic observations and accurate measurements of variables.
Choose appropriate tools and techniques to gather data and display data.
Differentiate between an explanation and a description.
Listen to and respect the explanations proposed by other students.
Communicate experimental methods, follow instructions, describe observations, summarize results, and tell others about their investigations and explanations.
Use mathematics to gather, organize, present data, and ask further questions.
Dr. Robert Sweetland's Notes ©