Related Access Points
This cluster includes the following access points.
Recognize that the weight of an object is related to the pull of gravity.
Observe and compare the density of various materials.
Observe and compare substances based on their physical properties, such as thermal and electrical conductivity, solubility, or magnetic properties.
Recognize that common elements combine in different ways to make up all living and nonliving things.
Identify common elements, such as oxygen, iron, and carbon.
Identify that matter is made of small particles called atoms.
Identify common acids, such as lemon juice and vinegar, and bases, such as baking soda and ammonia, and their hazardous properties.
Identify common materials as pure substances or mixtures.
Recognize three states of matter, including solids, liquids, and gases.
Recognize that smaller objects can weigh more than bigger objects because of density.
Observe and compare substances by physical properties, such as weight, size, boiling and melting points, and magnetic properties.
Recognize that parts of matter can be separated in tiny particles.
Recognize examples of common elements, such as carbon or iron.
Recognize common acids, such as vinegar, and bases, such as ammonia, and their hazardous properties.
Recognize examples of pure substances and mixtures.
Recognize examples of the gaseous state of matter, such as steam or smoke.
Recognize substances by physical properties, such as weight (heavy and light), size (big and small), and temperature (hot and cold).