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Grades 2-3 | 20 sessions  Students learn about forces, including gravity, magnetism, and electrostatic force. They also learn to set goals, use text features as they read, and write scientific explanations. They learn and use scientific vocabulary, such as attract, repel, evidence, and investigate.

Grades 2-3 | 20 sessions Students learn about forces, including gravity, magnetism, and electrostatic force. They also learn to set goals, use text features as they read, and write scientific explanations. They learn and use scientific vocabulary, such as attract, repel, evidence, and investigate.

Grades 4-5 | 40 sessions  Students learn about ecosystems, including the flow of energy and matter in ecosystems, and human impact on ecosystems. They also learn to make connections, pose questions, use text features as they read, and to write scientific descriptions. They learn and use scientific vocabulary, such as interact, decomposer, evidence, and hypothesis.

Grades 4-5 | 40 sessions Students learn about ecosystems, including the flow of energy and matter in ecosystems, and human impact on ecosystems. They also learn to make connections, pose questions, use text features as they read, and to write scientific descriptions. They learn and use scientific vocabulary, such as interact, decomposer, evidence, and hypothesis.

Grades 4-5 | 40 sessions  Students learn about the Solar System, the movement of planets and moons, and how science and technology advance our knowledge of space. They also learn to visualize, set goals, use text features as they read, and to write scientific explanations. They learn and use scientific vocabulary, such as orbit, gravity, evidence, and model.

Grades 4-5 | 40 sessions Students learn about the Solar System, the movement of planets and moons, and how science and technology advance our knowledge of space. They also learn to visualize, set goals, use text features as they read, and to write scientific explanations. They learn and use scientific vocabulary, such as orbit, gravity, evidence, and model.

Grades 2-3 | 20 sessions  Students learn about mixtures, dissolving, and the properties of substances. They also learn to consider what they already know about a topic, to use text features as they read, and to write scientific procedures. They learn and use scientific vocabulary, such as ingredient, soluble, evidence, and compare.

Grades 2-3 | 20 sessions Students learn about mixtures, dissolving, and the properties of substances. They also learn to consider what they already know about a topic, to use text features as they read, and to write scientific procedures. They learn and use scientific vocabulary, such as ingredient, soluble, evidence, and compare.

Grades 3-4 | 40 sessions  Students learn about the characteristics of light, light interactions (such as reflecting and absorbing), and about light as energy. They also learn to make predictions, summarize, use text features as they read, and to write summaries and scientific explanations. They learn and use scientific vocabulary, such as source, emit, evidence, and analyze.

Grades 3-4 | 40 sessions Students learn about the characteristics of light, light interactions (such as reflecting and absorbing), and about light as energy. They also learn to make predictions, summarize, use text features as they read, and to write summaries and scientific explanations. They learn and use scientific vocabulary, such as source, emit, evidence, and analyze.

All Systems are Go!   In this online activity, a fictional character named Arnold is missing a number of body parts. You are presented with a body system and a variety of organs. You should drag and drop all the organs that belong in that particular body system to Arnold's body. Once all four systems are complete, a clothed Arnold will appear.

All Systems are Go! In this online activity, a fictional character named Arnold is missing a number of body parts. You are presented with a body system and a variety of organs. You should drag and drop all the organs that belong in that particular body system to Arnold's body. Once all four systems are complete, a clothed Arnold will appear.

Grades 2-3 | 40 sessions  Students learn about the properties of sand and other earth materials, erosion, organisms and the environment, and human impact on the environment. They also learn to make inferences and use text features as they read, and to write reports and scientific explanations. They learn and use scientific vocabulary, such as habitat, predator, evidence, and compare.

Grades 2-3 | 40 sessions Students learn about the properties of sand and other earth materials, erosion, organisms and the environment, and human impact on the environment. They also learn to make inferences and use text features as they read, and to write reports and scientific explanations. They learn and use scientific vocabulary, such as habitat, predator, evidence, and compare.

Grades 3-4 | 20 sessions  Students learn about biodiversity, relatedness among organisms, heredity, adaptations, and the fossil record. They also learn to make inferences, to use captions and illustrations as they read, and to write comparison paragraphs. They learn and use scientific vocabulary such as characteristic, extinct, evidence, and claim.

Grades 3-4 | 20 sessions Students learn about biodiversity, relatedness among organisms, heredity, adaptations, and the fossil record. They also learn to make inferences, to use captions and illustrations as they read, and to write comparison paragraphs. They learn and use scientific vocabulary such as characteristic, extinct, evidence, and claim.

This unit has everything you need for a unit on magnets:  *daily lesson plans  *smartboard viewing slides  *vocabulary cards (to make a small student ...

Magnets: A Complete Unit

This unit has everything you need for a unit on magnets: *daily lesson plans *smartboard viewing slides *vocabulary cards (to make a small student ...

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