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1 Pre-K Science Earth and Space Air Weather Life Science Living-Non Living Things Physical Science Properties of Objects Motion Technology Simple Tools 1

2 Strand-Earth and Space Science 1.2 Pre-School Teacher Guide Air Preschool Learning Experiences (PLE) pg. 21 lesson 6 Scott Foresman Lessons 3, Who needs air? 2. How does air move things? 3. How does air support things? living things, air, shelter, sunlight, water, food Unit - 2

3 Strand-Earth and Science 1.3 and 1.4 Weather Preschool Learning Experiences (PLE) pg. 21 lesson 7, 8 Scott Foresman Lessons 13, 14, What are different kinds of weather? 2. What is the weather in each season? 3. How is a shadow created? sunny, rainy, windy, snowy, cloudy, foggy, hot, warm, cold, cool, sprinkling, pouring, spring, summer, fall, winter, autumn Unit - 3

4 Strand-Life Science 2.1, 2.2, 2.3 Living and Nonliving Things Preschool Learning Experiences (PLE) pg 22 Lesson 10, 11, 12 Scott Foresman Lesson What are living and nonliving things? 2. What do living things need? plant, animal, living thing, nonliving thing, shelter, water, food, air Unit - 4

5 Strand-Physical Science 3.1, 3.3, 3.2 Shapes, Colors and Textures Preschool Learning Experiences pg. 24, Lessons 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 Scott Foresman Lessons 1, How can you sort objects? 2. How can you use touch to tell about objects? push, pull, back, forth, up, down, roll, size, color, shape, sound, heavy, light Unit - 5

6 Motion Strand-Physical Science 3.4 Preschool Learning Experiences pg. 24, Lesson 21 Scott Foresman lesson How do some objects move? push, pull, back, forth, up, down, roll Unit - 6

7 Simple Tools Strand-Technology and Engineering 1.2, 1.2, 1.3, 2.1, 2.2 Preschool Learning Experiences pg. 25, Lesson 23, 24, 25, 26 Scott Foresman Lesson Can you name some tools? 2. How do tools help people? hammer, scissors, pencil, gears, ramps, scale, balance Unit 3. Learning objective checklist at the end of each unit Scott Foresman Science Web Sites 7

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