Building on their present knowledge base, students will have the opportunity to learn about these four topics using the five-step investigative method during the activities and experiments. The activities and concepts relate to real-life situations.
Each section contains the teacher's notes and material lists, a pre-assessment quiz, fun-filled activities and experiments, and a follow-up review activity.
Activities are curriculum-based and will provide your students with a solid understanding of the topics while practicing critical thinking and enjoying the opportunity for creativity.
Includes pre-assessment and post-assessment quizzes, material lists, and crossword puzzles. Plus rubrics and answer keys. 96 pages
Energy book covers Light and Sound, Energy, Conservation of Energy, States of Energy, Energy Sources, Electrical Energy, Renewable and Non-Renewable Sources, Chemical Energy, Electricity and Magnetism, and Standby Power.
Light & Soundbook has eight topics: What is Sound? Pitch and Intensity, How does Sound Travel? Humans and Sound, What is Light? Brightness and Reflections, Color, Light, and Energy.
Magnets provide your students with an insight into the properties of magnets, their uses, and how they are used in science and technology.
Matter and Materials cover three categories: 1. Materials that Transmit, Reflect or Absorb Light & Sound, 2. Properties of and Changes in Matter, 3. Properties of Air and Characteristics of Flight.