ELA
Math
Science
Connections
100

What is Convergent.

100

Breaking a number into smaller numbers to better understand/ solve a problem.

What is Decompose.

100

A push of a swing or a pull of a wagon.

What is Force.

100

A math sentence that does not have an equal sign.

What is an expression.

200

What is Divergent.
200

Separating a number into equal parts of one whole.

What is partition.
200

It slows or stops movement between the two surfaces that are touching.

What is Friction.

200

On Earth, a force that pulls objects to the center of the earth. A pencil falls off the desk and travels down to the floor.

What is Gravity.

300

Location: Grifton, Time: Morning, In the Future!

What is Setting.

300

Solving a math problem using addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division.

What is Computation.

300

The tendency of an object to resist a change in

motion or rest.

What is Resistance.

300

I had a decision to make. I was either going to change my attitude or continue to be a pout pout fish.

What is Internal Conflict.

400

The game starts at 4pm but my mom does not come home from work until 6pm. I don't know how I will make it there.

What is Conflict.

400

The properties of a shape (color, size, form). An acute red triangle.

What is Attributes.

400

A description based on the five senses. A smooth, purple, circular, heavy marble.

What is Physical Properties.

400

Opposites: What are the following two terms. A math sentence with no equal sign and a math problem that includes an equal sign.

What is an Equation and an Expression.

500

The rain danced on the pavement so I grabbed my raincoat before leaving the house.

What is Cause and Effect.

500

A pair of numbers written in a specific order (X, Y) to locate on a coordinate grid.

What is an Ordered Pair.

500

An object at rest will keep being at rest (or still)

until something causes it to move. How a seatbelt works!

What is Inertia.

500

These TWO terms both have to do with the looks of a math shape and science object.

What is Attributes and Physical Properties.