Utah SEEd 6th Grade Year Long Bundle

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    Utah SEEd Scope and Sequence, Suggested Schedule, Materials List


    This Bundle for Utah SEEd 6th grade includes science resources for each strand and standard. Each unit included addresses a Utah SEEd standard for 6th grade. Students will love these engaging activities for Utah SEEd 6th Grade. You will love saving time by having someone creating resources who really understands Utah SEEd. This bundle will keep your students engaged in science for the entire year. Save 20% by purchasing the bundle!

    I have a great deal of experience teaching Utah SEEd standards and science methods courses in Utah. Check out my website to find out more about my credentials. Lynda R. Williams

    This resource covers all four strands of Utah SEEd 6th grade to give you a year’s worth of material with a 20% discount

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    My units are complete and include slide shows, reading passages, response pages, interactive notebook flaps, interactive activities, labs, lab sheets, and assessments.

    I have an amazing companion piece for this bundle. Get my bundle of Utah SEEd assessments (with printable and Google form quizzes) at 20% savings.

    These standards are addressed:

    Utah SEEd 6.1.1

    Develop and use a model of the Sun-Earth-Moon system to describe the cyclic patterns of lunar phases, eclipses of the Sun and Moon, and seasons. Examples of models could be physical, graphical, or conceptual.

    Utah SEEd 6.1.2

    Develop and use a model to describe the role of gravity and inertia in orbital motions of objects in our solar system. This is part of the Structure and Motion within the Solar System.

    Utah SEEd 6.1.3

    Use computational thinking to analyze data and determine the scale and properties of objects in the solar system. Examples of scale could include size and distance. Examples of properties could include layers, temperature, surface features, and orbital radius. Data sources could include Earth and space-based instruments such as telescopes and satellites. Types of data could include graphs, data tables, drawings, photographs, and models.

    Utah SEEd Standard 6.2.1

    Develop models to show that molecules are made of different kinds, proportions, and quantities of atoms. Emphasize understanding that there are differences between atoms and molecules and that certain combinations of atoms form specific molecules. Examples of simple molecules could include water (H2O), atmospheric oxygen (O2), and carbon dioxide (CO2). (PS1.A)

    Utah SEEd 6.2.2 Develop a model to predict the effect of heat energy on states of matter and density. Emphasize the arrangement of particles in states of matter (solid, liquid, or gas) and during phase changes (melting, freezing, condensing, and evaporating). (PS1.A, PS3.A)

    Utah SEEd 6.2.3

    Plan and carry out an investigation to determine the relationship between temperature, the amount of heat transferred, and the change of average particle motion in various types or amounts of matter. Emphasize recording and evaluating data, and communicating the results of the investigation. (PS3.A)

    Utah SEEd 6.2.4 Design an object, tool, or process that minimizes or maximizes heat energy transfer. Identify criteria and constraints, develop a prototype for iterative testing, analyze data from testing, and propose modifications for optimizing the design solution. Emphasize demonstrating how the structure of differing materials allows them to function as either conductors or insulators. (PS3.A, PS3.B, ETS1.A, ETS1.B, ETS1.C)

    Utah SEEd Standard 6.3.1

    Develop a model to describe how the cycling of water through Earth's systems is driven by energy from the Sun, gravitational forces, and density. (ESS2.C)

    Utah SEEd Standard 6.3.2 Investigate the interactions between air masses that cause changes in weather conditions. Collect and analyze weather data to provide evidence for how air masses flow from regions of high pressure to low pressure causing a change in weather. Examples of data collection could include field observations, laboratory experiments, weather maps, or diagrams. (ESS2.C, ESS2.D)

    Utah SEEd Standard 6.3.3

    Develop and use a model to show how unequal heating of Earth's systems cause patterns of atmospheric and oceanic circulation that determine regional climates. Emphasize how warm water and air move from the equator toward the poles. Examples 

    Utah SEEd Standard 6.3.4

    Construct an explanation supported by evidence for the role of the natural greenhouse effect in Earth’s energy balance, and how it enables life to exist on Earth. Examples could include comparisons between Earth and other planets such as Venus and Mars. (ESS2.D)of models could include Utah regional patterns such as lake-effect and wintertime temperature inversions. (ESS2.C, ESS2.D)

    Utah SEEd Standard 6.4.1

    Analyze data to provide evidence for the effects of resource availability on organisms and populations in an ecosystem. Ask questions to predict how changes in resource availability affect organisms in those ecosystems. Examples could include water, food, and living space in Utah environments. (LS2.A)

    Utah SEEd Standard 6.4.2

    Construct an explanation that predicts patterns of interactions among organisms across multiple ecosystems. Emphasize consistent interactions in different environments such as competition, predation, and mutualism. (LS2.A)

    Utah SEEd Standard 6.4.3

    Develop a model to describe the cycling of matter and flow of energy among living and nonliving parts of an ecosystem. Emphasize food webs and the role of producers, consumers, and decomposers in various ecosystems. Examples could include Utah ecosystems such as mountains, Great Salt Lake, wetlands, and deserts. (LS2.B)

    Utah SEEd Standard 6.4.4

    Construct an argument supported by evidence that the stability of populations is affected by changes to an ecosystem. Emphasize how changes to living and nonliving components in an ecosystem affect populations in that ecosystem. Examples could include Utah ecosystems such as mountains, Great Salt Lake, wetlands, and deserts. (LS2.C)

    Utah SEEd Standard 6.4.5

    Evaluate competing design solutions for preserving ecosystem resources and biodiversity-based on how well the solutions maintain stability within the ecosystem. Emphasize obtaining, evaluating and communicating information of different design solutions. Examples could include policies affecting ecosystems, responding to invasive species or solutions for the preservation of ecosystem resources specific to Utah, such as air and water quality and prevention of soil erosion. (LS2.C, LS4.D, ETS1.A, ETS1.B, ETS1.C)

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    This resource is created by Lynda R. Williams.

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