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Clean Air Projects

CSAP Standards: Grade 5(CAC)
The Colors of Air Pollution Relay  Grade K
Wanted: Clean Air 
Grade K
Idlers Please Stop your Engines  Grade3,4, 5
Plants on Pollution Patrol  Grade 4
Stayin Alive! How Plants and Animals Adapt to Air Pollution
Grade 4
Six Infamous Air Pollutants  Grade 5
1.1 Design, plan and conduct a variety of simple investigationsX XX X
1.2 Select and use appropriate tools and technology to gather and display quantitative and qualitative data.X XXxX
2.2 Measurable physical properties can be compared before and after effecting a change to verify a change has occurred and used to predict the outcome in similar circumstances.    x 
2.5 There are different types and sources of energy   XxX
3.1 Each plant or animal has different structures and behaviors that serve different functions in growth, survival, reproduction.   Xx 
3.2 Green plants need evergy from sunlight and various raw materials to live, and animals consume plants and other organisms to live.   Xx 
3.3 Human body systems have basic structures, functions and needs (for example: digestive, respiratory, circulatory, skeletal, muscular).  X   
3.4 There is interaction and interdependence between and among nonliving and living components of ecosystems (for example: food webs, symbiotic and parasitic relationships, dependence on rainfall, pollination).  XXxX
4.2 Natural processes change Earth's surface (for example: weathering, erosion, mountain building, volcanic activity, earthquakes and floods)  X   
4.3 Many of Earth’s resources can be conserved, recycled and depleted  XXxX
5.2 Models are used to represent events and objects (for example: comparing a map of the school to the actual school; a model of the Earth to Earth itself) XXX