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1 SC-1.5.0.C.3. Describe the effect magnets have on a variety of objects.
1 SC-1.5.0.C.3.a Classify materials based on their behavior in the presence of a magnet.
1 SC-1.5.0.C.3.b Describe how the magnet affects the behavior of objects within each group.
1 SS-1.3.0.A.1.e Describe where places are located on a map using relative distance and direction, such as near-far, above-below and cardinal directions (north, south, east, and west)
4 SC-4.4.0 .A.1.c Hardness, Flexibility, Ability to conduct heat, Ability to conduct electricity, Ability to be attracted by magnets
4 SC-4.5.0.C.3.b Based on observations, describe the effect of a magnet on a variety of objects including those that are metallic or non-metallic; those made with iron or made with other metals; and on other magnets.
4 SC-4.5.0.C.3.c Compare a compass to a magnet based on observations of the effect a variety of objects (metallic or non-metallic; those made with iron or other metals; and magnets) have on a compass.
4 SC-4.5.0.C.3.g Cite examples showing that magnetic, electrical, and gravitational forces can act at a distance.
K SC-K.5.0.C.3. Observe and gather information from the explorations to describe how magnets affect some objects.
K SC-K.5.0.C.3.a Observe and describe what happens when magnets are placed on or near objects made of different materials.
K SC-K.5.0.C.3.b Raise and seek answers to questions about what happened to the objects investigated and/or to the magnet.
K SS-K-3.0.A.1. globe and maps can be used to help people locate places
K SS-K-3.0.A.1.b Describe how maps are models showing physical features and/or human features of places
PK SS-PK-3.0.A.1. Recognize that a globe and maps are used to help people locate places

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