Lesson 1- Animals can be divided into five distinct groups: mammals, fish, birds, reptiles, and amphibians.
Lesson 2- Parts of plants and plant habitat.
Lesson 3- Photosynthesis and Pollination.
Lesson 4- What is matter and states of matter ?
Lesson 5- Properties of matter, Solid, liquid and gas.
Lesson 6- Muscles and the muscular system
Lesson 7- Stomach and the digestive system
Lesson 8- Heart and the circulatory system
Lesson 9- Brain and the nervous system.
Lesson 10- Classification of insects.
Lesson 11- Life cycle of a butterfly, Metamorphosis.
Lesson 12- Animal Adaptations.
Lesson 13- What is a biome? What are the six major biomes in the world? Talk about (tundra, evergreen forest, deciduous forest)
Lesson 14- Features of Grasslands, rainforest and desert.
Lesson 15- Identify and describe habitats (e.g., wetland, meadow, forest, lake, river, ocean, pond).
Lesson 1: Living Things and Their Needs
Lesson 2: Life in the Desert
Lesson 3: Life in the Grassland
Lesson 4: Life in theTemperate Forest
Lesson 5: Tropical Rainforest
Lesson 6: Life in the Arctic Tundra
Lesson 7: The Water Planet
Lesson 8: Life in the Ocean
Lesson 9: Life in the Wetlands
Lesson 10:Living Things
Change Their Environment
Lesson 11: Change Impacts All Living Things
Lesson 12: Living things of the Past
Lesson 13: Chapter 1-3 Review
Lesson 14: Day and Night
Lesson 15: Seasons
About the teacher
Ms.Tracy is an experienced teacher with a specialty in Math and Science. Initially a Cellular and Molecular Biology major at California State University, Northridge. She also attended the Maxwell School at Syracuse University where she pursued another passion in archaeological fieldwork and laboratory analyses. After extensive travel and fieldwork around the globe, she holds a B.A. in Elementary Education and loves to bring modern day science and technology into the classroom. She produces a fun and engaging learning experience using a plethora of modern instructive technology, educational video games and virtual field trips.