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Natural Gas Safety World

This book supports the following State Essential Standards for Health Education and Science:

 

Connecticut

Subject
Grades
Broad
Standard
Reference
Standard
Code
Standard
Name
Standard
Health 5-7 Self-Management of Healthy Behaviors M.3.5 n/a Examine and apply safety techniques to avoid and reduce injury…
Health 5-7 Self-Management of Healthy Behaviors M.3.3 n/a Distinguish between safe, risky, or harmful behaviors involving self and/or others…
Health 3-4 Self-Management of Healthy Behaviors E.3.5 n/a Develop and practice safety techniques to avoid and reduce injury…
Health 5-7 Core Concepts M.1.1 n/a Explain the relationship between positive health behaviors and prevention of injury…
Health 3-4 Core Concepts E.1.7 n/a Explain how childhood injuries can be prevented…
Science 6 Properties of Matter 6.1.a.6.6 n/a Conduct and report on an investigation that uses physical means such particle size, density, solubility, or magnetism to separate substances in a mixture.
Science 6 Properties of Matter 6.1.a.3.3 n/a Demonstrate that different substances float or sink in water depending on their density.
Science 6 Properties of Matter 6.1.a.3 n/a Characteristic properties of matter, such as magnetic attraction, conductivity, density, boiling point, melting point, and solubility, can be used to identify substances. Characteristic properties do not vary with the amount of the substance.
Science 4 Science and Technology in Society 4.20 n/a All organisms depend on the living and nonliving features of the environment for survival.
Science 3 Science and Technology in Society 3.4.3.3 n/a Explain advantages and disadvantages of renewable and nonrenewable energy sources that can be used for making electricity, fueling cars, or heating homes.
Science 3 Science and Technology in Society 3.4.5 n/a Humans can extend the use of some natural resources by reducing the amounts they use (for example, driving less to reduce the amount of gasoline used; turning off faucets when not in use).
Science 3 Science and Technology in Society 3.4.4 n/a Human actions can affect the survival of plants and animals. The products of the fuels people burn affect the quality of the air…
Science 3 Science and Technology in Society 3.4.3 n/a The supply of many natural resources such as fossil fuels, metals, fresh water, and fertile soil is limited; once they are used up or contaminated they are difficult or impossible to replace.
Science 3 Science and Technology in Society 3.4.2 n/a Some natural resources are useful to people in their raw form…; other natural resources must be modified to meet human needs (for example, petroleum must be extracted from rocks and refined into gasoline, heating oil, or plastics…)
Science 3 Science and Technology in Society 3.4.B7 n/a Describe how earth materials can be conserved by reducing the quantities used, and by reusing and recycling materials rather than discarding them.
Science 3 Science and Technology in Society 3.4.1.1 n/a Describe ways people use earth materials such as fossil fuels…and…natural resources to improve their lives.
Science 3 Science and Technology in Society 3.4.1 n/a …Earth materials are natural resources that provide us with things we need to live, including food, clothing, water, air, shelter, land, and energy.
Science 3 Science and Technology in Society 3.4.a n/a Decisions made by individuals can affect the global supply of many resources.
Science 3 Science and Technology in Society 3.40 n/a Earth materials provide resources for all living things, but these resources are limited and should be conserved.
Science 3 The Changing Earth 3.30 n/a Earth materials have different physical and chemical properties.
Science 3 Properties of Matter 3.40 n/a Classify materials based on their observable properties, including state of matter.
Science 3 Properties of Matter 3.1.3 n/a Carry out simple tests to determine if materials dissolve, sink, or float in water, conduct heat, or attract to magnets.
Science 3 Properties of Matter 3.1.4 n/a Some materials float when placed in water (or other liquids such as cooking oil or maple syrup); others sink to the bottom of the container.
Science 3 Properties of Matter 3.1.a n/a Heating and cooling cause changes in some of the properties of materials.

 

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