Gross, Glorious Science
Learn about science concepts and see the world in a different way
Students will explore habitats and what living things need to survive.
The Human Body – An Amazing Machine!
Students will identify parts and functions of the body inside and out; and how to stay healthy.
The Inside Scoop On Insects – Bugs & Butterflies
Students will develop a curiosity of, interest in, and respect for insects. Students will identify and name Insect body parts, key structure of insects and their functions, and behaviors of insects.
Students will understand how inventions and innovations historically evolved based on the needs of society. Students will use a problem solving model to create a design, prototype and advertisement for a future invention or innovation.
Just Outside Your Front Door Nature Watch
Students will discover their natural world and how nature is all around; no matter where they live! Students will use art to express observations in nature using their eyes, ears and hands.
Life Cycles Grow with Me!
Understand that organisms reproduce, develop, have predictable life cycles, and pass on traits to their offspring. Organisms and their environments are interconnected.
Real World Math Adventures – Be a Hero!
Students will identify new content related vocabulary words, problem and solution and sequence of events. Students will solve real world math problems to complete a mission.
Compare and contrast books in a series on craft and structure, content and science concepts. Ask and answer questions, identify informational text features, understand the relationship between chemistry, biology, physics and astronomy.
STEAM Early Concepts
Identify color words, patterns, pairs, animals, trace and draw, ask and answer questions, sort by category, and compare and contrast.
Walk on the Wild Side
Identify animal traits, characteristics and behaviors from animals around the world, heroic acts of animals, and distinguish between real and mythological creatures.
Weird and Wonderful Weather
Students will understand water and the water cycle and how it relates to weather and how humans impact the weather system on Earth.