Kindergarten – EARTH: Climate, Weather, and the Impact from Living and Non-Living Organisms
In the kindergarten science kits, students will learn about the Earth, climate, and the weather they experience throughout the year. They will also explore bioengineering and how plants, animals, and humans all affect and change their environment and each other. The final unit covers the physics concepts of push and pull forces. The engineering design process is interwoven throughout these lessons, giving students the opportunity to create a habitat for a plant, design a structure to block the sun, and solve a problem using the rules that govern force. Students will enjoy the experience offered in these kits of learning through creativity and hands-on engagement.
- INTERDEPENDENT RELATIONSHIPS IN ECOSYSTEMS: ANIMALS, PLANTS, AND THEIR ENVIRONMENT // K-ESS3-3
- WEATHER AND CLIMATE // K-ESS2-1; K-ESS3-2; K-PS3; K-PS3-2
- ENGINEERING DESIGN PROCESS // K-2-ETS1-1; K-2-ETS1-2; K-2-ETS1-3