Southington Public Schools Curriculum Map Subject: Science Grade: 1

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2 STATE STANDARDS ASSESSMENT A INQ. 3 Make A. INQ. 5. Seek A INQ. 6 Present Students will be the author and illustrator of an animal book. It will be a five page book. They will have to choose one animal from each classification of animals. A INQ 6. Present You are a scientist and your job is to sort and classify various unfamiliar objects as either solids, liquids or have some properties of both. nonstandard measures to estimate and compare the and sort objects by their FOSS Insects: Describe the changes in organisms as they undergo metamorphosis. Apply these changes to unknown but similar organisms. simple measuring tools to A INQ.6. Present information in bar graphs Materials: picture using a three frame sequence with a person in each frame; one frame for the morning, noon and afternoon. A INQ. 6 Present information in words and A. INQ.7. Use standard properties such as weight, length and temperature. A. INQ.8. Use nonstandard measures to estimate and compare the size of objects. A. INQ.9. Count, order A INQ. 10. Represent information in bar graphs. Growing With Mathematics: Topic 3: Performance Task A Checkup A & B

3 ASSESSMENT The illustration needs to show the animals in their correct habitats. Each page will have cloze sentences to complete describing what the animal eats, how it moves and where it lives. Make three groups and write the names of the materials that belong in each group and tell why. You will have 10 substances to determine the state of matter. You will share your results with other scientists Sequence the pictures of the Life Cycle of the Triangle Bug and include the name of the stage of development with each picture. Sequence the pictures of the Life Cycle of the Square Moth and include the name of the stage of development with each picture. Students will draw the shadow and label each with the appropriate time of day (morning, noon, afternoon.) Instructions: Draw the location of the sun and the shadow in each picture. Topic 7: Performance Task B Topic 9: Performance Task B Checkup A & B Also describe what two different animals need to survive as they grow and develop into the adult stage. teacher observation journal writing Venn diagram rubric matching pictures with animals names and habitats diorama that shows an animal in it s correct habitat Student response sheet Science journals Class discussions s Individual conferences Correct ID of Solids and Liquids and Gases Students will use an equal arm balance scale to compare the weight of various solids more or less than. Venn Diagrams to compare similarities and differences of types of matter Charts of solid and liquid properties Identify if substances are solids or liquids Student Interviews Journal Writing Draw and name the stages in the life cycle various insects and animals. Sequence pictures or models of the stages in the correct order of development for several living things. Venn diagrams comparing the characteristics of a butterfly or frog and another animal and also compare 2 different insects. Observation Journal of the life cycle changes of various animals. Journal writing Activity sheets Student drawings Learning Station activities Checklist Estimate and compare objects in nature Measure objects using non-standard and standard units Student worksheets Journal entries

4 SKILLS Name various common animals. Classify animals into 5 basic animal kingdoms. Describe animal habitats (ocean, desert, forests, ponds, meadows, rainforest). Describe animal features that help protect them from predators and other environmental conditions. Classify animals by their movement. Compare and contrast animal characteristics. Describe the body structures that animals have. Infer what type of habitat is needed for particular animals. Explore materials that are solids and liquids to determine how they are different. Describe matter with different properties into 3 types solid, liquid. Classify objects by their physical Sort matter by its Compare solids and liquids. Compare and contrast different solids of various sizes. Investigate and record the level nature of liquid as it flows from one stable position to another. Investigate the appearance and behavior of liquids in containers. Develop definitions of solids and liquids bases on their observations and comparisons. Combine and separate solid materials of different particle sizes. Compare the behavior of solids and liquids in similar settings. Observe what happens when solids and water mix Name the stages in the development of insects, frog and mammals. Sequence pictures or models of the stages in the life cycle of the frog and insects. Draw/construct models of an insect with all its parts. Draw/construct a model of a tadpole/frog with all its parts. Observe and describe the life cycle of insects, and frog with live specimens. Compare and contrast the life cycles of different insects to other animals including humans. Use data to develop a time line of the life cycle changes of various living things. Make reasonable predictions of what will happen next with the development of living things in the cycle of life. Observe complete metamorphosis of insects. Compare the structures of an insect larva with the insect adult. Compare larval segments, legs and other structures of insects to the butterfly. Describe the habitat of various insects and animals which includes what they need to live. Make shadows using objects. Match shadows with their objects. Describe what s needed to produce a shadow. Create shadow Identify which objects make shadows and which do not. Show how a shadow changes due to the movement of the sun or a light source. Estimate and compare objects using nonstandard units to determine length and weight. Estimate and measure the length of objects using standard units (inches and centimeters). Compare measurements of nonstandard and standard units. Use a ruler, a balance scale with weights and a thermometer to measure and describe the data.

5 SKILLS Observe what happens when liquids and water mix Organize observations of mixtures Investigate substances that have properties of both solids and liquids.

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