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Scott Foresman Science
Chapter 1 - Classifying Plants and Animals
Chapter 2 - Energy From Plants
Chapter 9 - Changes to the Earth's Surface
Chapter 10 - Using Natural Resources
Chapter 15 - Objects in Motion
Chapter 12 - Heat
Chapter 14 - Sound and Light
Chapter 8 - Rocks and Minerals
Our curriculum is aligned with the NGSS (Next Generation Science Standards)
S.T.E.M. - Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics
Throughout the school year, your child will be participating in STEM activities. The goal of STEM is to provide students with real-world problem solving opportunities. STEM allows students to think outside the box with project-based learning. Your child will be working on many exciting STEM projects this year. Below is a list of household materials that we will be using to create our STEM projects. If you are willing to donate any of the items below, please save them, and I will let you know when we are collecting them. Thank you in advance for helping our class collect these items for STEM!
Save these items for STEM:
-cereal boxes, paper towel tubes, tissue boxes, paper grocery sacks, oatmeal boxes, colored tissue paper, shoe boxes with or without lids, scrap pieces of cloth
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