Scientific investigation and reasoning. The student knows that information and critical thinking are used in scientific problem solving. The student is expected to:
- (1) identify and explain a problem such as the impact
of littering and propose a solution;
- (A) make predictions based on observable patterns in nature; and
- (B) explore that scientists investigate different things in the natural world and use tools to help in their investigations.
Environmental Awareness Flip Book - Earth Day Activity
Use this flip book to build awareness of actions that are good and bad for the environment.
The Scientific Method Poster - Lower Grades
A poster outlining five steps of the scientific method for younger students.
Build a Pirate Ship STEM Challenge - Early Years
A STEM challenge suitable for students in the early years.
Making Science Predictions - Worksheet
A worksheet for students to record their science predictions.
Science Experiment - Will It Change?
A science investigation in which the students observe changes that occur to various objects over time.
Changes I Can See - Worksheet
A worksheet that explores changes to observable features of the environment.
Do You See What I See?
A 60-minute lesson in which students will make observations using their 5 senses.
What Will Change?
Assessment - Changes I Can See
Changes I Can See!
This Earth and Space Sciences unit explores how and why observable changes occur in the sky and landscape, and develops students' ability to describe these changes in their local environment.