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1 York Public Schools, 2 nd Grade STRAND Inquiry and Nature of STANDARD OBJECTIVES (What it looks like in the classroom) The learner will SC2.1.1.a Ask questions that relate to a science topic SC2.1.1.b Conduct simple investigations SC2.1.1.c Select and use simple tools appropriately SC2.1.1.d Describe objects, organisms, or events using pictures, words, and numbers SC2.1.1.e Collect and record # OF DAYS NEEDED FOR MASTERY DATES TAUGHT DATE ASSESSED ASSESSMENT TYPE (classroom, STAR, objective, subjective, project, etc.) RESOURCES (Materials, web sites, auto-visual, print) LEARNING ACTIVITIES Page 1 of 6

2 York Public Schools, 2 nd Grade SC2.1.1.f Use drawings and words to describe and share observations with others Physical Properties and Structure of Matter SC2.1.1.g Use appropriate mathematics in all aspects of scientific inquiry. SC2.2.1.a Observe physical properties of objects (freezing, and melting, sinking and floating, color, size, texture, shape, weight) and Properties and Structure of Matter Properties and Structure of Matter SC2.2.1.b Separate and sort objects by physical attributes SC2.2.1.c Measure objects using standard and non standard units and and Page 2 of 6

3 York Public Schools, 2 nd Grade States of Matter SC2.2.1.d Identify solids and liquids and recognize that liquids take the shape of their container Motion SC2.2.2.a State location and/or motion relative to another object or its surroundings (in front of, behind, between, over, under, faster, slower, forward and backward, up and down) and Motion SC2.2.2.b Describe how objects move in many different ways (straight, zigzag, round and round, back and forth, and fast and slow and Life of Life of Living Organisms SC2.3.1.a Differentiate between living and nonliving things SC2.3.1.b Identify the basic needs of living and and Page 3 of 6

4 Life York Public Schools, 2 nd Grade things (food, water, air, space, and shelter) of Living Organisms of Living Organisms Heredity Inherited Traits SC2.3.1.c Identify external parts of plants and animals SC2.3.1.d Observe and match plants and animals to their distinct habitats SC2.3.2.a Describe how offspring resemble their parents. All About Me Social Studies- Nystrom and and data Stars in the Classroom Reproduction SC2.3.2.b Describe how living things change as they grow All About Me data Stars in the Classroom Biological Adaptations SC2.3.4.a Recognize seasonal changes in animals and plants Ongoing Ongoing Ongoing Daily Discussion All About Me data Page 4 of 6

5 Earth and Space York Public Schools, 2 nd Grade Objects in the SC2.4.1.a Sky and Identify objects in Universe the sky (Sun, Moon, stars) and when they are observable. data Motion of Objects in the Solar System SC2.4.1.b Identify objects that appear to move in the sky (Sun, Moon, stars) data Earth and Structures and Processes Properties Earth materials SC2.4.2.a Describe Earth materials (sand, soil, rocks, water) data Energy in Earth s Systems Use of Earth Materials Energy Source SC2.4.2.b Recognize ways in which individuals and families can conserve Earth s resources by reducing, reusing, and recycling SC2.4.3.a Observe that the Sun provides heat and light SC2.4.3.b Observe and describe simple daily changes in weather. /data Collection project Daily Graphs Time/Temperature Seasons Daily Graphs Time/Temperature Seasons Page 5 of 6

6 York Public Schools, 2 nd Grade SC2.4.3.c Describe simple seasonal weather indicators and how they impact students choices (activities, clothing) Daily Graphs Time/Temperature Seasons Page 6 of 6

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