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Lesson 1 Scientists Observe Objectives: The student will become more aware of the surrounding world by observing with all five senses. Lesson 2 Scientists Compare Objectives: The student will become aware of how objects are alike and different. The student will use the senses to compare objects Lesson 3 Scientists Compare, Continued Objectives: The student will utilize what he learned in Lesson 2. The student will compare and contrast an apple and orange Lesson 4 Scientists Measure Objectives: The student will use nonstandard measurement to measure items. The student will be introduced to a balance, thermometer, measuring cups, and a ruler. The student will recall what a balance, thermometer and ruler are used for. Lesson 5 Scientists Measure with a Ruler, Tape Measure, and a Yardstick Objectives: The student will experiment with measuring tools. The student will select appropriate measuring tools. The student will measure, with help. Lesson 6 Scientists Measure with a Thermometer Objectives: The student will identify which temperatures are cold and which are hot. The student will be introduced to Thermometer. Lesson 7 Scientists Measure with a Scale Objectives: To introduce the students to the scale Lesson 8 Scientists Measure with Measuring Cups Objectives: Introduce the student to measuring with measuring cups. Introduce the concept of volume. Lesson 9 Making Play Dough Objectives: The student will apply what he learned in Lesson 8. Lesson 10 Scientists Classify Objectives: The student will be able to classify an object in two or more different ways. Lesson 11 Scientists Make Models Objective: The student will understand the concept of a model and be able to make a model of his favorite room in the house. Lesson 12 Scientists Communicate Objective: The student will be able to communicate by drawing, writing or talking. Lesson 13 Scientists Infer Objective: The student will be introduced to the concept of inferring. The student will be able to infer what the teacher is acting out. Lesson 14 Scientists Put Things in Order Objective: The student will be able to tell what happened first, next and last in a story. The students will be able to put a series of events in order. Lesson 15 Scientists Predict Objective: The student will understand the concept of predicting and be able to make a reasonable prediction. Lesson 16 Scientists Objective: The student will use investigation to solve a problem.

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• Lesson 17 Scientists Investigate - Continued Objective: The student will use the experiment to investigate how crystals are formed. Lesson 18 Scientists Draw Conclusions Objective: The student will be introduced to drawing conclusions. Lesson 19 Scientists Culminating Activity Objective: The student will use or observe the scientific skills he has learned. Lesson 20 Introduction to the Five Senses Objectives: Today you will be introduced to the 5 senses. Lesson 21 You Observe with Your Eyes Objectives: To learn that one of the five senses is the sense of sight. The student will use his eyes to observe. Lesson 22 You Observe with Your Ears Objectives: To learn that one of the five senses is the sense of hearing. Each thing has its own sound and it can be identified it by the sound it makes. Lesson 23 You Observe by Touching Objectives: To learn that one of the five senses is touch. You can identify different objects by the way they feel. Lesson 24 You Observe by Smelling Objectives: To learn that one of the five senses is smell. You can identify different things by the way they smell. Lesson 25 You Observe By Tasting Objectives: To learn that one of the senses is taste. You can identify something by the way it tastes. Lesson 26 The Five Senses Review Objectives: The student will be able to recall the previous lessons and fill in the Senses Worksheet Lesson 27 Living and Nonliving Things Objectives: Recognize living and nonliving things, compare living and nonliving things Lesson 28 What Plants Need to Live and Where They Live Objectives: Recognize that plants grow in a variety of places. Observe plants to see what happens when they do not get water and communicate what happens to others. Identify that plants need water, soil, light, and air to live. Lesson 29 The Parts of a Plant Objectives: Observe the parts of a plant. Identify the parts of a plant. Lesson 30 The Roots of a Plant Objectives: Explain the function of roots. Explore the roots. Lesson 31 Stems are Plant Straws and More Objectives: The student will be able to explain that a stem holds a plant up. The student will be able to explain that water moves up the stem to the leaves. Lesson 32 Big, Small, Short or Tall, Leaves Do it All Objectives: Observe that different plants have different leaves. Identify the function of plant. Lesson 33 Seeds, Seeds, Everywhere Objectives: Identify the parts of a seed. Recognize that a seed grows into a plant Lesson 34 Plants Start Out Little Like You Objectives: Recognize that seeds grow into plants. Identify what a seed needs to grow.

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• Lesson 35 Yum, Plants! Objectives: Identify ways humans use plants and understand that some plants can be eaten and some cannot Lesson 36 Budding Artists Objectives: Identify the senses. Recognize that artist use science skills. Lesson 37 Exploring You Will Go Objectives: Observe plants in their natural habitats. Identify the parts of a plant and tell what they do Lesson 38 Animals, Animals, Animals Objectives: Tell that animals need food, water, air and shelter to live Lesson 39 Amazing Animals Objectives: Compare and contrast different animals by their characteristics. Identify different ways to group animals Lesson 40 Magnificent Mammals Objectives: Recall that all mammals have hair or fur and feed their young milk. Lesson 41 Beautiful Birds Objectives: Tell that all birds have feathers. Recall that birds have two legs and wings. Tell that birds lay eggs, make a nest, and have a beak. Lesson 42 Fabulous Fish Objectives: Tell that the characteristics of a fish are that they have scales and breathe through their gills. Lesson 43 Awesome Amphibians and Revealing Reptiles Objectives: Recall 2 characteristics of an amphibian. Recall 2 characteristics of a reptile. Give an example of an amphibian. Give an example of a reptile Lesson 44 Interesting Insects Objectives: To recognize the parts of an insect. Identify the characteristics of an insect. Lesson 45 Animals Grow and Change Objectives: Understand that all animals change as they grow. Animals grow up to look like their parents. Lesson 46 Beautiful Butterflies Objectives: Observe and identify changes in the life cycle of a butterfly. Lesson 47 Fantastic Frogs Objectives: Put the changes in the life cycle of a frog in order. Lesson 48 A Hunting We Will Go Objectives: Demonstrate knowledge of the different animal groups. Put the butterfly life cycle in order. Name two things animals need to live. Lesson 49 Whats for Dinner? Objectives: Explore food chains. Define food chain. Lesson 50 Tongues, Beaks, Teeth, Jaws, and Claws, Oh, My! Objectives: Recognize that body parts help animals get food. Lesson 51 Animals Need Plants Objectives: Give two ways animals depend on plants for their basic needs. Lesson 52 Animals Are Good Friends to Plants Objectives: Name two ways animals help plants meet their needs Lesson 53 You and Me, We All Need Plants and Animals

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• Objectives: Give two examples of ways people need plants or animals for their basic needs Lesson 54 Chapter Review Objectives: Review of chapter Lesson 55 Chapter Test Objective: Chapter Test Lesson 56 Animal Homes Objectives: Name one need animals need met by where they live. Lesson 57 The Dry Desert Objectives: Recognize that plants and animals that live in a desert have their needs met. Give one example of a characteristic that helps plants and animals live in a desert. Lesson 58 What You Will Find in a Forest Objectives: Recognize that plants and animals that live in a forest have their needs met. Give one example of a characteristic that helps plants and animals live in a forest. Lesson 59 Oceans Objectives: Recognize that plants and animals that live in the ocean have their needs met. Give one example of a characteristic that helps plants and animals live in the ocean. Lesson 60 The Wet, Wet, Rain Forest Objectives: Recognize that plants and animals that live in a rain forest have their needs met. Give one example of a characteristic that helps plants and animals live in a rain forest. Lesson 61 Chapter Review Objectives: Chapter Review Lesson 62 Chapter Test Objectives: Chapter Test Lesson 63 A Marine Biologist Objectives: Can tell one thing a marine biologist does. Lesson 64 What is a natural resource? Objective: The student will identify and define a natural resource. Lesson 65 Fossil Fuels Objective: The student will define fossil fuel and give one example Lesson 66 Where can we find natural resources? Objective: The student should be able to identify pictures from magazines to identify renewable and non-renewable resources. Lesson 67 Are soils different? How? Objective: When complete, The student will understand that scientists use many different tools to make their work easier. Lesson 68 What life is found in soil? Objective: The student will be able to identify two or more living things that survive in soil Lesson 69 Where are these rocks and soil found? Objective: The student will look at pictures of different types of soil and rocks and identify characteristics. The student will be able to identify where the rocks and soil pictures may be found by recalling places they have been. Lesson 70 What are rocks and soil? Objective: The student will read and be able to define what a rock is and what soil is.

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• Lesson 71 Types of soil Objective: The student will be able to identify types of soil and what they look like Lesson 72 Discovering Minerals Objective: The student will use internet to search types of minerals and choose one to research. The student will research a mineral to discover its use, where it is found, what it looks like, and which country has the most. The student will report findings in one of two ways: Presentation on computer, or poster board. Lesson 73 What are plants used for? Objective: The student will be able to choose resources that we use on a daily basis for food, shelter, and water. Lesson 74 Plants to avoid Objective: The student will understand that not all plants are good for human contact or use. Lesson 75 Warning, Dangerous Plants Ahead! Objective: The student will create a brochure to warn about poisonous plants. Lesson 76 The Changing Earth Objective: The student will understand weathering and erosion Lesson 77 Where can you find weathering? Objective: The student will research weathering and find sample pictures. The student will share pictures with teacher and explain how weathering affected each photograph. Lesson 78 Tsunamis can make the earth change. Objective: The student will learn about what causes a tsunami and how it affects the earth. Lesson 79 Protecting our Earth Objective: Student understands how humans affect the earth. Student knows that humans can also cause a change on the earth, both good and bad. Lesson 80 Water Pollution Objective: The student will learn how water is polluted through the ground Lesson 81 The Water Cycle and Groundwater Objective: The student will understand how the water cycle affects groundwater Lesson 82 Groundwater experiment Objective: The student will create an edible sample of the ground water process. Lesson 83 What can you do to protect groundwater? Objective: The student will make a checklist of what kids can do to protect ground water. Lesson 84 Making a compost pile Objective: The student will understand that compost is a way to stop dumping things that are biodegradable into landfills. Lesson 85 Recycling Objective: The student will understand that by recycling, we can help keep pollution to a minimum. Lesson 86 Landfills Objective: The student will understand what landfill is. Lesson 87 Reviewing recycling Objective: The student will discuss what it means to recycle and what happens when pollution enters in to water.

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• Lesson 88 Keeping our plants and animals safe Objective: Student understands that humans affect the earth. Student understands that people cause change in their environment Lesson 89 Forest Fires-How they begin and how they can be prevented Objective: The student will find ways that forest fires start and how they can be prevented Lesson 90 Forest Fires-How they begin and how they can be prevented Continued Objective: The student will find ways that forest fires start and how they can be prevented Lesson 91 Forests and protecting animals Objective: The student will answer assessment questions to follow-up about forest fires. Lesson 92 How can worms help the soil? Objective: The student will record science data and learn about worms helping the soil. Lesson 93 Review Objective: The student will use pictures and words to demonstrate their knowledge of Rocks, minerals, erosion, water table, recycling. Lesson 94 Looking down at the Earth Objective: The student will understand that scientists use technology and satellites to look down at the earth. Lesson 95 International Space Station Objective: The student will discover what the International Space Station is and how it works. Lesson 96 How does weather change? Objective: The student will identify words and concepts that will establish knowledge for weather unit. Lesson 97 Lightning Never Strikes Twice Objective: The student will recognize that there are some misconceptions in Science Lesson 98 Rain Objective: The student will understand varying rain levels and the importance of measuring it. Lesson 99 What are some kinds of weather? Objective: The student will know that weather has patterns over time. Lesson 100 What is weather? Objective: The student will understand what weather is and that it is ever-changing. Lesson 101 How Much Rain Falls in Your Area? Objective: The student will conduct some research using the internet or local library. Lesson 102 Water Cycle review Objective: The student will understand that water cycle is an ongoing pattern Lesson 103 Spring, Spring, Spring! Objective: The student will understand that weather patterns change over time. Lesson 104 What is summer? Objective: The student will understand changes in seasons. Lesson 105 What is fall? Objective: The student will understand that weather conditions have patterns. Lesson 106 What is winter?

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• Lesson 126 Review and quiz Objective: The student will review dinosaurs, extinction and fossils and answer questions to ensure comprehension Lesson 127 How do you describe objects? Objective: The student will be able to identify words of matter to describe objects Lesson 128 Alike and Different Objective: The student will be able to give descriptions of how things are alike and how they are different. This is a key skill in science Lesson 129 Matter Objective: The student will know that objects are made up of matter. Lesson 130 Gases and Liquids Objective: The student will learn that objects can be grouped by physical characteristics. Lesson 131 Different liquids Objective: The student will understand that not all liquids are the same. Lesson 132 The student will conduct experiment to determine viscosity Objective: The student will conduct experiment to determine viscosity Lesson 133 How matter changes Objective: The student will understand that heating and cooling effects solids, liquids and gases. Lesson 134 How water changes Objective: The student will know the properties of ice, water and steam Lesson 135 How does matter change? Objective: The student will understand matter and energy. Lesson 136 Heights and Weight Objective: The student will compare and order objects by length and weight. Lesson 137 What really moves us? Objective: The student will be introduced to movement and what makes things move. Lesson 138 How do objects move? Objective: The student will understand what makes objects move Lesson 139 Mr. Newton, please hold this apple Objective: The student will read three laws of gravity and make a connection Lesson 140 How fast can you move? Objective: The student will understand that objects move at a different speed with different forces Lesson 141 Which way do objects move? Objective: The student will discover that things move in different ways, they are not always straight. Lesson 142 Which way do I go? Objective: The student will use knowledge of how things move to create a map to a location either inside or outside his/her home. Lesson 143 What is a magnet and what does it do? Objective: The student will learn what a magnet is and what it does. Lesson 144 Sounds in the air

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• Objective: The student will learn about vibration of objects to make sound. Lesson 145 What around us makes noise? Objective: The student will think about sounds that they hear all of the time.

Lesson 146 White noise Objective: The student will learn that sometimes sounds are around just to make noise

Lesson 147 Make your own instrument Objective: The student will discover vibrations of objects by creating own instrument.

Lesson 148 Review and quiz time! Objective: The student will review concepts and then take a short quiz

Lesson 149 Where does energy come from? Objective: Throughout this unit, The student will learn about sources of energy and be able to make basic connections.

Lesson 150 How do we get heat? Objective: The student will know that the Sun provides heat and light to give energy.

Lesson 151 How do we use energy? Objective: The student will understand that the suns heats things differently

Lesson 152 Have you ever seen your shadow? Objective: The student will understand that the sun gives light to Earth. The student will understand that light passes through some objects.

Lesson 153 Make a shadow story Objective: The student will use objects to create a story using shadows

Lesson 154 Do shadows stay the same? Objective: The student understands that light can pass through some objects, but not others. This is caused by light being blocked by a solid object.

Lesson 155 What things need energy? Objective: The student understands systems of matter and energy

Lesson 156 How is electricity made? Objective: The student will understand how electricity is made.

Lesson 157 Oh no, no electricity! Objective: The student will recall how electricity is made and write a story incorporating bad weather elements.

Lesson 158 How do humans get energy? Objective: The student will know how humans gain and release energy. The student will know that people need food for energy. Lesson 159 Review and quiz Objective: The student will answer questions and review concepts learned in unit.

Lesson 160 The daytime sky Objective: The student knows how to decipher what is in the day time sky.

Lesson 161 What causes daytime and nighttime? Objective: The student will know that day and night are caused by the rotation of the Earth.

Lesson 162 Planet and stars Objective: The student will learn the difference between planets and stars.

Lesson 163 Researching a planet Objective: The student will research a planet

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• Lesson 164 The Moon Objective: The student will understand the differences between the sun and the Moon Lesson 165 A journey into space Objective: The student will research the first man to walk on the Moon. Lesson 166 Name that planet Objective: The student will create own planet based on their knowledge of stars and planets Lesson 167 Review and quiz Objective: Students will review concepts and answer questions related to space Lesson 168 Which animals have backbones? Objective: The student will be able to identify which animals have backbones that belong to the group called vertebrates (mammals, reptiles, birds, amphibians, and fish) Lesson 169 How have mammals adapted? Objective: The student will be able to identify how mammals have changed or adapted to their environments. Lesson 170 How have fish adapted? Objective: The student will be able to identify how fish have changed or adapted to their environments. Lesson 171 How have amphibians adapted? Objective: The student will be able to identify how amphibians have changed or adapted to their environments. Lesson 172 What are same animals without backbones? Objective: The student will be able to identify which animals do not have backbones that belong to the group called invertebrates. Lesson 173 What do plants and animals need to live? Objective: The student will be able to understand how plants and animals dependent on each other for survival. Lesson 174 What is a food web? Objective: The student will be able to identify food webs and what comprise them. Lesson 175 What can cause a food web to change? Objective: The student will be able to identify how humans cause food webs to change. Lesson 176 How do plants and animals help each other? Objective: Student knows that plants and animals depend upon each other to survive. Lesson 177 Review and quiz Objective: The student will review concepts and answer questions. Lesson 178 Animals helping others Objective: The student will use concepts discussed to illustrate how plants and animals help one another. Lesson 179 What does a farmer do? Objective: The student will conduct research to learn and then illustrate what a farmer does. Lesson 180 Course Completions Objective: The student will reflect on what he/she has learned throughout the course.

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Lesson 2 Scientists Compare

Today you will become aware of how objects are alike and different. You will use your senses to compare objects.

Who is bigger, you or your teacher? Who is bigger, a puppy or a dog?

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You used your sense of sight to compare the size of the dog and the puppy.

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