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Read the feedback from other happy teachers on this awesome bundle! This is packed with weekly Science Projects & Activities for the year. This unit will save you so much time!
This unit is organized by month the unit includes:
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It covers the following objectives each month:
August
I can understand that everybody can do science, invent things, and formulate ideas.
I can understand that science has discovered many things about objects, events and nature and that there are many more questions to be answered.
I can describe ways to prevent the spread of germs (eg. soap, bleach, cooking)
I can understand that bacteria and viruses are germs.
I can observe and describe the various shapes of fungi.

September
I can observe that properties of substances can change when they are mixed, cooled, or heated.
I can measure length, weight, and temperature with appropriate tools and express those measurements in accurate mathematical language.
I can understand that in doing science it is often helpful to work with a team and share findings.
I can understand that different materials are better than others for making particular things.
I can observe how the environment influences some characteristics of living things (e.g. amount of sunlight required for plant growth).
I can observe that many characteristics of the offspring of living organisms (e.g. plants or animals are inherited from their parents.
I can observe that diversity exists among individuals within a population.
I can explain that stages of the life cycle are different for different animals.

October
I can understand that in doing science it is often helpful to work with a team and share findings.
I can understand that different materials are better than others for making particular things.
I can describe that various nutrients are required for specific pats and functions of the body (e.g. milk for bones and teeth, protein for muscles, and sugar for energy).
I can identify a variety of human organs.
I can record observations on simple charts or diagrams.
I can identify the functions of human systems.
I can describe the changes that occur when substances are heated or cooled and change from one stat of matter to another (i.e. solid, liquid, and gas).

November
I can discover that rocks have different shapes and sizes (e.g. boulders, pebbles, sand) and that smaller rocks result from the breaking and weather of larger rocks.
I can understand that rocks are made of materials with distinct properties.
I can record observations on simple charts or diagrams.
I can conduct simple investigations (e.g. measure the sizes of plants of the same kind that are grown in sunlight and in shade).
I can describe that soil is made up of weathered rock and organic materials, and that soils differ in their capacity to support the growth of plants.
I can observe how the environment influences some characteristics of living things (e.g. amount of sunlight required for plant growth).
I can observe that many characteristics of the offspring of living organisms (e.g. plants or animals are inherited from their parents.
I can observe that diversity exists among individuals within a population.

December
I can discover that rocks have different shapes and sizes (e.g. boulders, pebbles, sand) and that smaller rocks result from the breaking and weather of larger rocks.
I can understand that rocks are made of materials with distinct properties.
I can record observations on simple charts or diagrams.
I can conduct simple investigations (e.g. measure the sizes of plants of the same kind that are grown in sunlight and in shade).
I can describe that soil is made up of weathered rock and organic materials, and that soils differ in their capacity to support the growth of plants.
I can observe how the environment influences some characteristics of living things (e.g. amount of sunlight required for plant growth).
I can observe that many characteristics of the offspring of living organisms (e.g. plants or animals are inherited from their parents.
I can observe that diversity exists among individuals within a population.

January
I can describe how heat can be produced (e.g. burning, rubbing, mixing some substances).
I can make accurate observations and communicate findings about investigations.
I can follow simple instructions for scientific investigations.
I know that heat moves more rapidly in thermal conductors (e.g. metal pan) than in insulators (e.g. plastic handle).
I can observe that properties of substances can change when they are mixed, cooled, or heated.
I can make predictions based on observed patterns as opposed to random guessing.
I know that science has ways to help living things avoid sickness or recover from sickness (e.g. vaccinations, medicine) and adult supervision is needed to administer them.

February
I can understand that everybody can do science, invent things and formulate ideas.
I can describe how the strength of a push or pull affects the change in an object’s motion (e.g. how a big or small push affects haw high a swing rises).
I can recognize that moving objects carry energy (kinetic energy).
I can describe the usefulness of some forms of energy (e.g. electricity, sunlight, wind, sound) and how energy (e.g. heat and light) can affect common objects (e.g. sunlight warms dark objects, heat melts candles).
I can recognize that sound is made by vibrating objects and describe it by its pitch and loudness.

March
I can record observations on simple charts or diagrams.
I can observe that properties of substances can change when they are mixed, cooled, or heated.
I can observe that some objects in the night sky are brighter than others.
I can observe that the phase of the moon appears a little different every day but looks the same again after about four weeks.
I know that the sun is a star.
I can recognize the characteristics of the seasons.

April
I can conduct simple investigations.
I can use tools to provide information not directly available through only the senses.
I can conduct simple investigations.
I can observe how the environment influences some characteristics of living things (e.g., amount of sunlight required for plant growth).

May
I can observe that many characteristics of offspring of living organisms are inherited from their parents.
I can explain that stages of the life cycle are different for different animals.

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