EiE Connects to State Science Standards

Use EiE to meet science standards in your state

The Engineering is Elementary curriculum is designed to teach engineering skills and content by integrating with the science topics most commonly taught in elementary school. EiE is not intended to replace an elementary science curriculum, but should be taught alongside related science content.

Click on the standards mapping guide for your state in the table below to see which EiE units integrate best with the science topics you teach. To better serve teachers, school administrators, and district leaders, we have created a table at the end of every new alignment guide with EiE’s suggested units for each elementary grade level. The summary table is designed to help users understand the units that are most appropriate for and integrate best with each grade level based on science state standards. The units indicated are only suggestions. Additionally, we purposefully suggested units so that schools may avoid repeating units throughout a student’s elementary career.

Remember that EiE also integrates with language arts, math, and social studies content! You’ll want to take a comprehensive look at all the curricula within a grade level to find the EiE unit that integrates best with your classroom instruction. We are working to connect EiE to the most current science standards in every state.

Check back or email us if you don't find what you’re looking for.

AlabamaAlabama Science Standards, 20062015 Alabama Course of Study
AlaskaAlaska Science Content Standards, 2006
ArizonaArizona Science Standards, 2004
ArkansasArkansas K-8 Science Curriculum Frameworks, 2005Next Generation Science Standards
CaliforniaCalifornia Science Content Standards for K-5, 1999 AdoptionCalifornia Science Content Standards for K-5, 2013 Adoption
ColoradoColorado Academic Standards for Science, 2009
ConnecticutPreK-8 Curriculum Standards and Assessment
Expectations for Science, 2010
Next Generation Science Standards
DelawareDelaware State Standards, 2012Next Generation Science Standards
FloridaSunshine State Standards for Math and Science, 2008
GeorgiaK-5 Georgia Performance Science Standards, 2005

Science Georgia Standards of Excellence, 2017

HawaiiHawaii Content and Performance Standards (HCPS III),
2005. Curriculum Framework update,  2008
Next Generation Science Standards
IdahoIdaho Science Content Standards, 2010
IllinoisIllinois Learning Standards - Science, 1997Next Generation Science Standards
IndianaIndiana Academic Standards for Science,
2010 (updated 2012)

Indiana's Academic Standards for Science, 2016

IowaIowa Core State Standards for Science, 2009Iowa Core, 2015 Adoption
KansasKansas State Science Standards, 1999Next Generation Science Standards
KentuckyKentucky Core Academic Standards for Science, 2006 AdoptionKentucky Core Academic Standards for Science, 2013 Adoption
LouisianaLouisiana Content Standards, Benchmarks,
and Grade Level Expectations for Science, 2005

Louisiana Science Standards, 2017

MaineMaine Learning Results for Science and
Technology, 2007
MarylandMaryland STEM Standards of Practice, 2012Next Generation Science Standards
MassachusettsMassachusetts Science and Technology/Engineering
Standards, 2009

Massachusetts Science and Technology/Engineering Standards, 2016

MichiganMichigan Science Grade Level Expectations, v.1.09Michigan Science Standards, 2015 Adoption
MinnesotaMinnesota K-12 Academic Standards in
Science, 2009
MississippiMississippi Science Framework, 2010Mississippi College- and Career-Readiness Standards (MSCCRS) for Science
MissouriMissouri Science Course Level Expectations,
K-8, 2008
K-5 Science Missouri Learning Standards, 2016
MontanaMontana K-12 Science Conent Standards
Framework, revised edition 2010

Montana Science Content Standards, 2016

NebraskaNebraska Science Standards, Grades K-12, 2010
NevadaNVACSS 2005 AdoptionNVACSS 2014 Adoption
New Hampshire2006 K-12 Science CurriculumNext Generation Science Standards
New JerseyNew Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards for Science, 2009Next Generation Science Standards
New MexicoNew Mexico Content Standards, Benchmarks,
and Performance Standards for Science, 2003
(reformatted 2008)
New YorkNew York K-4 Core Curriculum for ScienceNew York State Science Learning Standards
North CarolinaStandard Course of Study Adoption2012 Essential Standards Adoption
North DakotaNorth Dakota Science Standards
OhioOhio Science Standards 2002 editionOhio Science Standards 2011 edition
OklahomaPriority Academic Student Skills (PASS), version 2011. 2014 Oklahoma Academic Standards for Science Adoption
Oregon2009 Science Academic Content Standards2014 Oregon Science Standards
Pennsylvania2002 Academic Standards for Science and Technology Adoption2012 Academic Standards for Science and Technology and Engineering Education Adoption
Rhode IslandRhode Island Grade Span Expectations, 2007Next Generation Science Standards
South CarolinaSouth Carolina Science Standards, 2005South Carolina Science Standards, 2014
South DakotaSouth Dakota Science Content Standards, 2005South Dakota Science Standards, 2015
TennesseeTennessee Curriculum Framework, 2009

Tennessee Academic Standards for Science, 2016

TexasTexas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS), 2010Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS), 2017
UtahUtah Core Standards, Grades K-2 2010,
Grades 3-6 2002
VermontVermont's Framework of Standards and Learning Opportunities, 2000 (updated 2013)Next Generation Science Standards
VirginiaVirginia Standards of Learning for Science, 2010
WashingtonWashington K-12 Science Learning Standards, 2010Next Generation Science Standards
Washington, D.C.Next Generation Science Standards
West VirginiaWest Virginia Science StandardsNext Generation Science Standards
WisconsinModel Academic Standards for Science
WyomingScience Content/Performance Standards, 2008

2016 Wyoming Science Content and Performance Standards

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