SC 6 SG2.1

(NOTE TO STAFF: Lead with conversations of the accuracy of data when an experiment is repeated (3 times). Allow time for multiple tests.)

AIMS Electrical Connections
Atoms page 1-7
Static Strokes page 8-13
Static Strokes Extension Activity page 38-39
Different Strokes page 14-20
Balance Your Charge Account page 21-26
Nature’s Light and Sound Show (Lightening comic strip & Sequencing Activity) page 27-37
Lightening comic Strip page 35-36
Lightening Sequencing Activity page 37
Sparky’s Light Kit page 40-44
Path Finders page 45-52
Circuit Quiz Boards page 53-57
Fiddling with Filaments (Who Turned on the Light booklet) page 58-66
Who Turned on the Light booklet page 62-63
Conductor or Insulator page 67-73
Make a Dimmer Switch page 74-80
Make a Switch booklet) page 81-86
Circuit Breakers page 87-91
Electric Circuits page 92-97
Short Cuts page 98-103
Put Your Name in Lights page 104-107
The Electromagnetic Connection page 108-112
Make a Galvanometer! Page 113-116
How to Make an Electric Motor page 117-123
Electromagnets page 124-136
Biographies page 137-147
Charging in Time page 148-150
Problem-Solving Activities for Challenge and Assessment page 159

Aims Budding Botanist
Enviroscape page 1-6
Seed Facts page 7-8
Seed Search page (Making a Balance Activity) page 9-16
Making a Balance page 13
Dissect a Seed page 17-22
Seed Scavenger Hunt page 23-29
Germination Study page 30-34
Test a Seed page 35-39
Exploring Germination page 40-44
Comparing Germination page 45-50
Seed Plants page 51-52
Cones and Needles page 53-57
History of a Tree (Instructional-History of a Tree) page 58-63
History of a Tree Instructional info. page 61
Observe a Tree page 64-71
A Flower Study page 72-78
Seeds From Fruits page 79-85
Plant Structure Facts page 86
Down Under (roots) page 87-91
Herb and Woody page 92-97
A Twig’s Story page 98-104
Leaf Facts page 105-108
Leaves page 109-114
Keyed to Leaves page 115-121
Leaf Printing (ART connection) page 122
Photosynthesis page 123-128
Transpiration page 129-134
Cactus page 135-139
New Plant Discovery! page 140-144
Cell Facts page 145
Model of a Cell (cookies) page 146-152
Focus on Cells (microscope activity) page 153-160
Your Fruits and Vegetables page 161-165

Conduct an Experiment 6817
Variables in an Experiment 6857
Elements in an Investigation 6821
Collecting and Displaying 6823
Proving Scientific Experiments 6831

COMPASS LEARNING for Struggling readers
Identify the Problem 5644, 5645
Plan the Experiment 5646, 5647
Conduct Scientific Experiments 5648, 5649
Collect and Organize Data 5650, 6751
Record Observations 5652, 5653
Unexpected Findings 5580, 5654, 5655
Control Groups in Experiments 5656, 5657
Time Line of Scientific Events 5658, 5659
Questioning Strategies 519, 140, 142
Simple Experiments 143
Displaying Data 565
Long-Term Investigations 521, 550

(NOTE TO STAFF: Lead with conversations of the accuracy of data when an experiment is repeated (3 times). Allow time for multiple tests.)

AIMS Overhead and Underfoot GR. 3-5

Sunny Side Up (shadows) pg 1-4

When It’s Hot, It’s Hot pg 5-7

April Showers Bring May Flowers pg 8-12

It’s in the Wind pg 13-18

Highs and Lows pg 19-22

Sherlock Combs the Yard pg 26-29

Potato “Eye-deas” pg 30-34

The Pumpkin Caper pg 35-40

Color Me Safe (predators) pg 47-50

Bitter Litter pg 51-53

Pollution Solution pg 54-57

Pet Rock pg 64-66

Rock ‘n Rule pg 67-71

What Makes Soil pg 72-73

Don’t Mix Me Up (soil) pg 74-77

Peanut Butter and Jelly Geology pg 78-83