Ustar Science G2 Breakdown

This program includes nine essential categories in G2 science learning. They are: Plants, animals, body+health, weather, Earth+water, solar system, environment, material properties, forces +machines.

Unit 1 Plants

Learning Objectives: what plants need to grow, how they develop and, especially, the mechanisms by which they pollinate and disperse seeds.

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Unit 2 Animals

Learning Objectives: how animals live, what they eat, their habitats and adaptations, their anatomy, coverings and classification and their life cycles.

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Course structure:  2 units and 18 lessons total

Lesson length: 40 minutes

Students level: Grade K-1

Material: Notebook, pencil, eraser, and listening ears

Unit 3 Body & Health

Learning Objectives: parts of the body, healthy foods and activities, and the human life cycle.

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Unit 4 Weather

Learning Objectives: vocabulary related to weather and introduce temperature, changes in weather and weather charting and forecasting.

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Unit 5 Earth & Water

Learning Objectives: terminology (names of landforms and bodies of water) as well as concepts (how the Earth is constantly changing, the water cycle).

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Unit 6 Solar System

Learning Objectives: the planets, the phases of the moon and space travel.

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Unit 7 Environment

Learning Objectives: natural resources, particularly energy and water, and introduce the concepts of renewable resources and conservation of resources.

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Unit 8 Material Properties

Learning Objectives: the properties of materials are fundamental to science. These worksheets encourage students to think about familiar materials in a more systematic way.

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Unit 9 Forces and Machines

Learning Objectives: examine forces, motion and how simple machines are used in everyday activities.

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