Science

K-G2th grade

The physical sciences involve the study of the physical world. The children learn about the properties of certain materials and discover that these properties can be observed, measured, and predicted. The Earth sciences involve the study of everything relating to the Earth. The life sciences are those which study living things.

K-G1

10 Lessons

Lesson 1  Explain the difference between living and non-living things.

Lesson 2. Name the four seasons and identify their characteristics

Lesson 3.Identify characteristics of the different environments of the earth: mountains, rivers, oceans, valleys, and deserts.

Lesson 4. Describe objects in terms of whether they float, sink, are attracted to magnets, etc.

Lesson 5. Recognize the properties of water — it can be a liquid, solid or gas.

Lesson 6. Recognize that light and heat are both sources of energy

Lesson 7. Describe the basic structures of common plants.

Lesson 8. Describe the basic structures of common animals.

Lesson 9. Different kind of animals found in the animal kingdom (mammals and birds)

Lesson 10. Features and characteristics of mammals.

G1-G2

15 Lessons

 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).