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This unit provides a more in-depth study of physical properties (boiling point, density, and color) and chemical properties (pH, reactivity, and flammability).
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Weather Watchers unit is taught in 2 quarters to span seasons and increase observations in changes in weather and seasons.
Students study the basic needs of animals for survival and the life cycle of animals.
Students sort objects by their observable properties and explore the interaction of different material and magnets.
After identifying and designing models of landforms and bodies of water, students explore how water exists on Earth in three states and the movement of water on land and through the atmosphere.
Students explore the parts of a plant, what they do, and how they contribute to its survival.
Measuring Matters focuses on common objects and substances and their physical properties that can be observed and measured.
Students identify earth materials and surface changes and apply their knowledge to natural resources and how humans use natural resources.
Students take a deeper look into the physical and behavioral characteristics of organisms and their role in growth and survival.
Using their everyday observations of motion and through a variety of activities, students build on their Kindergarten experiences and explore concepts of motion and forces.
Beginning with an exploration into the properties of light and sound, students apply their knowledge to concepts related to shadows, color, pitch, and volume.