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1 SC-1.E.2.0. what can be observed in the sky by the unaided eye in the day and at night. Sun, Moon, stars, clouds, etc.
2 SC-2.E.2.0. basic components of space: sun, moon, planets, stars
3 SC-3.E.2.1. Students are able to identify the Earth as one of the planets that orbits the Sun.
3 SC-3.E.2.1.a All planets orbit the Sun.
3 SC-3.E.2.2. Students are able to recognize changes in the appearance of the Moon over time.
3 SC-3.E.2.2.a Know that the Moon does not change shape, but at different times appears to change shape.
4 SC-4.E.2.1.b Use terminology to describe the phases of the Moon.
4 SC-4.E.2.1.c Describe relative size and position of moons, planets, and stars.
4 SC-4.E.2.1.d characteristics of the planets: appearance, size, distance from the Sun
5 SC-5.E.2.1. describe the components (Sun, planets, and moons) of the solar system.
5 SC-5.E.2.1.a Relative size of planets and Sun
5 SC-5.E.2.1.b Order and relative distance from the Sun and each other
5 SC-5.E.2.1.c relative scale of the Earth to the Sun, planets, and the Moon.
5 SC-5.E.2.2.b Apparent brightness of a star depends in part upon its distance from the Earth.
5 SC-5.S.1.1. Students are able to identify scientific changes that have affected transportation, health, sanitation, and communication.
K SC-K.E.1.1. describe simple Earth patterns in daily life. E.g. weather observations, seasons, night and day

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