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1 Grade 2 Pebble Go Correlations Science 2 Earth and Space Science (Air, Water, and Soil) anticipate, predict, and confirm meaning while reading, viewing, and listening. describe physical properties of air, water, and soil Pebble Go: What is Earth? Pebble Go: What is Sky? Pebble Go: Rocks Pebble Go: Water Pebble Go: Soil Pebble Go: Air distinguish ways in which air, water, and soil interact Pebble Go: Erosion Pebble Go: The Water Cycle Pebble Go: Lakes Pebble Go: Oceans Pebble Go: Rivers Pebble Go: Glaciers Pebble Go: Deserts Pebble Go: Wetlands Pebble Go: Temperate Forests Pebble Go: Tropical Rain Forests Pebble Go: Grasslands Pebble Go: Tundra Pebble Go: Floods explain why air, water, and soil are important for living things Pebble Go: Water Pebble Go: Soil Pebble Go: Air Pebble Go: What is Earth? Pebble Go: Lakes Pebble Go: Oceans Pebble Go: Rivers Pebble Go: Deserts Pebble Go: Wetlands Pebble Go: Temperate Forests Pebble Go: Tropical Rain Forests Pebble Go: Grasslands Pebble Go: Tundra Life Science (Animal Growth and Changes) anticipate, predict, and confirm meaning while reading, viewing, and listening.

2 classify familiar animals according to similarities and differences in appearance, behaviour, and life cycles Pebble Go: Section: Amphibians Pebble Go: Section: Birds Pebble Go: Section: Fish Pebble Go: Section: Insects and Spiders Pebble Go: Section: Invertebrates Pebble Go: Section: Mammals Pebble Go: Section: Pets and Farm Animals Pebble Go: Section: Reptiles describe how animals are important in the lives of Aboriginal peoples in BC not covered in Pebble Go describe some changes that affect animals (e.g., hibernation, migration, decline in population) Pebble Go: Migration Pebble Go: Animals in the Fall Pebble Go: Hibernation describe ways in which animals are important to other living things and the environment Pebble Go: Section: Animal Habitats Physical Science (Properties of Matter) anticipate, predict, and confirm meaning while reading, viewing, and listening. identify the properties of solids, liquids, and gases (only partially correlating with outcomes) Pebble Go: Water Pebble Go: The Water Cycle Pebble Go: Rain Pebble Go: Snow Pebble Go: Ice, Hail and Sleet investigate changes to the properties of matter when it is heated or cooled (only partially correlating with outcomes) Pebble Go: Water Pebble Go: The Water Cycle Pebble Go: Rain Pebble Go: Snow Pebble Go: Ice, Hail and Sleet investigate the interactions of liquids and solids (only partially correlating with outcomes) Pebble Go: Water Pebble Go: The Water Cycle Pebble Go: Rain Pebble Go: Snow

3 Pebble Go: Ice, Hail and Sleet Processes and Skills of Science anticipate, predict, and confirm meaning while reading, viewing, and listening. infer the probable outcome of an event or behaviour based on observations use their senses to interpret observations Social Studies 2 Economy and Technology describe how technology affects individuals and schools Pebble Go: Communication Then and Now Pebble Go: Farming Then and Now Pebble Go: Homes Then and Now Pebble Go: Transportation Then and Now Pebble Go: Transportation around the World Pebble Go: Using Leg Braces Pebble Go: Using Wheelchairs describe the purpose of money Pebble Go: What is Money? Pebble Go: The History of Money Pebble Go: Needs and Wants Pebble Go: Making Choices Pebble Go: Saving Money Pebble Go: Earning Money Pebble Go: Shopping Around the World describe work done in the school Pebble Go: School Then and Now Pebble Go: School Around the World Pebble Go: Teachers Governance describe how decisions are made in groups, the classroom, and the school Pebble Go: Democracy Pebble Go: Voting distinguish their roles, rights, and responsibilities within the classroom and school Pebble Go: Co-operation Pebble Go: Honesty Pebble Go: Respect Pebble Go: Responsibility Pebble Go: Volunteering

4 Human and Physical Environment describe how the physical environment influences human activities Pebble Go: Section: People and the Environment describe their responsibility to the local environment Pebble Go: Section: People and the Environment locate on a map landforms and bodies of water of local and national significance, including: - Pacific Ocean - Atlantic Ocean - Arctic Ocean - Vancouver Island - Rocky Mountains - locally relevant examples Pebble Go: Oceans on Maps Pebble Go: North America on Maps Identity, Society, and Culture describe ways individuals contribute to a community Pebble Go: Section: Jobs in the Community identify changes that occur in the school and community throughout the year Pebble Go: School around the World Pebble Go: Section: Holidays Pebble Go: Section: People and the Environment identify factors that influence who they are Pebble Go: Section: Culture and Awareness Pebble Go: Section: Being a Good Citizen identify significant language and cultural characteristics of Canadian society not included in Pebble Go Skills and Processes of Social Studies create simple maps representing familiar locations Pebble Go: What is a Map? Pebble Go: Map Symbols and Keys Pebble Go: Map Scales Pebble Go: Map Directions gather information from a variety of sources for presentation Pebble Go: All Sections and Topics interpret simple maps using cardinal directions, symbols, and simple legends Pebble Go: What is a Map? Pebble Go: Map Symbols and Keys Pebble Go: Map Scales Pebble Go: Map Directions present information using oral, written, or visual representations

5 Pebble Go: Using Pebble Go Activities for all Sections select a solution to a classroom or school problem N/A

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