Masthead Culver Company

Aunt Sarah and the Amazing Power (Spanish)

North Dakota



Standard Reference




Science K K-ESS3-2 Earth and Human Activity Ask questions to obtain information about the purpose of weather forecasting to prepare for, and respond to, severe weather
Science K K.2.1 Science Inquiry Use senses (i.e., sight, hearing, touch, smell, taste) to make observations about the world around them
Science K K.7.1 Science and Other Areas Identify safety rules for school and home
Health K K.2.2 Personal Health Identify potentially dangerous situations and ways to avoid personal harm
Health K K.2.5 Personal Health Describe the safety rules/procedures used in home, school, and community settings (e.g., school drills, fire and tornado drills, water safety rules, calling 911 for emergencies, classroom rules, playground rules)
Health K K.6.1 Consumer Health Identify the basic tasks of community health service providers (e.g., doctors, nurses, firefighters, police)
Science 1 1.5.1 Earth and Space Science Explain that short term weather conditions can change daily, and how weather affects people's daily activities
Science 1 1.6.1 Science and Technology Identify tools/inventions (e.g., computer, car, cell phone) that impact the way we live
Health 1 1.2.2 Personal Health Identify safe behaviors in a range of situations
Health 1 1.2.5 Personal Health Describe safe behaviors one can use to reduce the risk of injury (e.g., wearing seat belts, using protective equipment such as helmets, obeying pedestrian rules, checking traffic before crossing a road, calling 911, fire safety-stop, drop and roll)
Health 1 1.2.6 Personal Health Describe the purpose of safety rules for home, school, and community settings (e.g., school drills, fire and tornado drills, calling 911 for emergencies, water safety rules, technology safety)
Health 1 1.6.1 Consumer Health Explain from whom and where to seek health-related assistance at school and in the community
Science 2 2.1.2 Unifying Concepts Identify some things that may not work if some of their parts are missing, broken, or assembled incorrectly (e.g., batteries are necessary for some toys to operate, wheels are necessary for a car to function)
Science 2 2.2.1 Science Inquiry Ask questions and seek answers about the world
Science 2 2.7.1 Science and Other Areas Identify personal choices (e.g., safety) that contribute to individual wellness
Science 2 2.7.2 Science and Other Areas Describe some things from our environment that are harmful to people
Health 2 2.2.2 Personal Health Identify appropriate and inappropriate responses in a range of situations
Health 2 2.2.4 Personal Health Identify safe and unsafe situations
Health 2 2.6.1 Consumer Health Identify resources from home, school, and community that provide valid health information

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