Scientific investigation and reasoning. The student uses critical thinking and scientific problem solving to make informed decisions. The student is expected to:
Investigate chemical reactions with this hands-on experiment booklet.
Display this water cycle diagram when teaching about the continuous movement of water above and on the surface of the Earth.
A 31-slide editable PowerPoint template to use when teaching your students about solids, liquids, and gases.
An activity to demonstrate how a change of state between solid and liquid (and back again) can be caused by adding or removing heat.
A diverse template to help students craft inquiry questions to produce different types of research projects.
A science experiment which investigates the relationship between friction and the properties of various materials.
Sequence the steps of the water cycle with a cut and paste worksheet.
An activity to demonstrate what happens to a variety of liquids when heat is removed.
A hands-on experiment to use when investigating the water cycle.
Sequence the steps of the water cycle with a water cycle worksheet.
A poster explaining inventions and how they are made!
A profile of Alessandro Volta, the scientist who invented the electric battery.
This Chemical Sciences unit investigates natural and processed materials. Demonstrations and experimental procedures are explored with particular attention given to the scientific method.