Kindergarten Grade Units

 

Introduces students to the primary and secondary colors, leading the creation of rainbows. They also learn how to separate colors using simple chromatography methods (Physical Science).

$595.00

  Science Topics

1 • Primary Colors – the three primary colors
2 • Secondary Colors – making secondary colors
3 • Rainbows – all about rainbows
4 • Separating Colors – separating mixtures of colors, creating a chromatogram

   

 

Enables children to gain an understanding of how and why leaves change color. Experiments also introduce the students to the produce of harvest and how animals adapt to the changing season (Life Science).

$595.00

  Science Topics

1 • Autumn Leaves – why leaves turn color and fall in the fall
2 • How Leaves Turn Color – the masking of different colors
3 • Harvest of Fall – the fall harvest
4 • Animals in Fall – animals adapt to the changing seasons

   

 

  

Students are taught the basics of weather and the factors that influence it. Students also learn how to identify and measure the effects of various weather patterns (Physical Sciences).

$595.00

  Science Topics

1 • Weather – Students learn to identify types of weather and log how the weather changes.
2 • Weather Instruments – Students learn to identify and use some of the instruments used to predict weather.
3 • Clouds – Students learn to identify cloud formations.
4 • Storms – Types of major storms and how they form.

   
 

Introduces students to observing weather conditions. The activities also increase their understanding of the forms of water, focusing on snow, and they learn how birds survive through this season (Physical, Life & Earth Sciences).

$595.00

  Science Topics

1 • Winter is Cold – how to measure the cold weather of winter
2 • Water in Winter – identifying the forms of water found in winter
3 • Snow – the properties of snow
4 • Birds in Winter – the ways birds survive the winter

   
 
 

Students experiment with solids and a variety of liquids to allow them to clearly comprehend floating and introduce them to buoyancy. They gain an understanding of how weight, volume and shape affect these forces (Physical Science).

$595.00

  Science Topics

1 • Floating – the difference between floating and sinking
2 • Buoyancy – the science of buoyancy
3 •Volume and Shape – relationship between volume, shape and floating
4 •Boats – making simple boats

   
 

Introduces students to the unique aspects of a rainforest. Students learn about the environmental diversity and the resources in the rainforest (Physical Science).

$595.00

  Science Topics

1 • What is a Rainforest? – The factors that make a rainforest unique.
2 • Rainforest Resources – The many materials that come from a rainforest.
3 • Rainforest Wood – Students learn about the distinct wood that comes from the rainforest.
4 • Rainforest Animals – The diverse animals that survive in the rainforest.

   
 

Focuses students’ attention to the increasing warmth and reawakening that occurs each year with the passing of winter (Life & Earth Sciences).

$595.00

  Science Topics

1 • Seasonal Changes – why it becomes warmer during spring
2 • Soil & Worms – soil and the rebirth of plants
3 • Seed – seeds and the rebirth of plants
4 • Plants – the three major parts of plants and their functions

   
 

Makes students aware of their five senses, leading them through a series of interesting, individual activities (Life Science).

$595.00

  Science Topics

1 • We Have Five Senses – how we perceive the outside world
2 • Let's Explore Sight – how our eyes see and limits of our vision
3 • We Hear with Our Ears – how our ears hear sound
4 • Our Sense of Touch – how our fingers feel

   
 

  

Gives students an awareness of what affects light, including prisms and mirrors. They experiment with shadows and make kaleidoscopes (Physical Science).

$595.00

  Science Topics

1 • Light and Rainbows – use of prisms
2 • Properties of Light – use of polarizing filters
3 • Lenses – properties of lenses
4 • Mirrors – how mirrors affect lights

   
 
 

  

Introduces students to the atmosphere, hydrosphere and lithosphere. They learn how new rock is formed and make model volcanoes erupt (Earth Sciences).

$595.00

  Science Topics

1 • Atmosphere – properties and importance of air
2 • The Water – the water cycle, drinkable water and erosion
3 • The Land – rocks and mountains
4 • How Rocks are Formed – the layers of the Earth and volcanic activity

   

 

 

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