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You Are My Sunshine! {Kindergarten Science CC Aligned}

You Are My Sunshine! {Kindergarten Science CC Aligned}
You Are My Sunshine! {Kindergarten Science CC Aligned}
You Are My Sunshine! {Kindergarten Science CC Aligned}
You Are My Sunshine! {Kindergarten Science CC Aligned}
You Are My Sunshine! {Kindergarten Science CC Aligned}
You Are My Sunshine! {Kindergarten Science CC Aligned}
You Are My Sunshine! {Kindergarten Science CC Aligned}
You Are My Sunshine! {Kindergarten Science CC Aligned}
Product Description
It's time for kinders to learn the importance of the sun! In this 22-lesson unit, you will find tons of ways to incorporate fun into learning! This download includes:
- 18 written lessons, with 19-22 being review {The lessons include an objective, access prior knowledge, introduce new information, apply information, and a mini check for understanding. Each lesson also has an extension}
- 7 Vocabulary Posters
- 20+ Activities, Including Crafts, Games, Experiments, and Worksheets
- Over 50 Journal Pages that you can pick and choose
- A Review Bingo in B/W and Color, with optional prompts and markers
- A Certificate for Finishing the Unit!

Common Core Standards Addressed:
3.1.a Investigate, explain, and describe that the Sun provides heat and light to Earth.
• Explain that the sun provides light and heat.
• Describe temperature differences between standing in the Sun and the shade.
• Recognize that it is warmer and brighter when the sun is visible.
• Describe changes in the day/night cycle.
• Relate the Sun’s position to planet Earth in pictures.

3.1.b Analyze and interpret temperature data between day (when the Sun shines on our area) and night (when the Sun does not shine on our area).
• Record and interpret daily temperatures during the day and night for a week’s time.
• Predict why temperatures at night are lower than during the day.
• Compare and contrast temperatures taken at night and during the day.
• Justify why the temperature is higher during the day by drawing or writing.
• Justify why the temperature is lower during the night by drawing or writing.
• Recognize that the process of day and night is a pattern.

3.1.c Investigate and communicate findings about what happens when the Sun’s light is blocked.
• Identify reasons when and why the Sun’s light is blocked (e.g., shade, clouds, curtains).
• Explain that it gets darker and colder when the sun’s light is blocked.
• Predict what happens if the sun’s light is blocked for long periods of time.
- Explain how people make decisions about where to live based on temperature and how much Sun that place gets.
- Explain how students make decisions about activities to do at recess based on the light and heat from the Sun (e.g., reading in the shade to stay cool; avoiding a metal slide because it is too hot).

3.1.d Investigate and communicate the effect of varying heat and light on the growth of plants through a scientific study.
• Construct a simple experiment to investigate the effects of light/heat (Sun) on plants.
• Describe what happens to plants without sunlight.
• Explain the effects the environment has on plants.

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Total Pages
216 pages
Answer Key
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