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### Science Curriculum Map Kinder

1. 1. Kindergarten Science: Curriculum Map and Pacing Guide 2009/2010 Quarter 1 August Performance Objective Student Outcomes Core Resource Assessment[SC00-S1C1-01] Observe common objects using multiple I can see, smell, taste, touch, and hear objects. These standards will besenses. addressed throughout all four quarters.[SC00-S1C1-02] Ask questions based on experiences with I can ask questions about things I see in the environment.objects, organisms, and events in the environment. (SeeM00-S2C1-01)[SC00-S1C1-03] Predict results of an investigation based on I can tell what I think will happen when I see or do a sciencelife, physical, and Earth and space sciences (e.g., the five activity.senses, changes in weather).[SC00-S1C2-01] Demonstrate safe behavior and appropriate I can use safe behaviors when I do science.procedures (e.g., use of instruments, materials, organisms) inall science inquiry.[SC00-S1C2-02] Participate in guided investigations in life, I can do science activities with my teacher’s help.physical, and Earth and space sciences.[SC00-S1C2-03] Perform simple measurements using I can measure using paper clips and other things.non-standard units of measure to collect data.[SC00-S1C3-01] Organize (e.g., compare, classify, and I can organize things by their size and weight.sequence) objects, organisms, and events according tovarious characteristics. (See M00-S4C4-01 andM00-S4C4-03)[SC00-S1C3-02] Compare objects according to their I can tell whether objects are longer or shorter, or lighter ormeasurable characteristics (e.g., longer/shorter, heavier.lighter/heavier). (See M00-S4C4-01)[SC00-S1C4-01] Communicate observations with I can use pictographs, pictures, models, or words to tellpictographs, pictures, models, and/or words. (See information.M00-S2C1-02)[SC00-S1C4-02] Communicate with other groups to describe I can talk with other to tell them what happened in a sciencethe results of an investigation. (See LS-R3 and LS-R5) activity.[SC00-S4C1-03] Identify the five senses and their related I can name the five senses and their body parts. Units A, B, C, D - Gettingbody parts: • sight – eyes • hearing – ears • smell – nose • Ready - Lesson 1 pp.taste – tongue • touch – skin T26-T27[SC00-S5C1-01] Identify the following observable properties I can tell about the shape, texture, size, and color of things byof objects using the senses: • shape • texture • size • color using my senses.(See M00-S4C1-02 and M00-S4C1-03)Isaac School District Page 1 of 15 July 21, 2009
2. 2. Kindergarten Science: Curriculum Map and Pacing Guide 2009/2010 Quarter 1 August Performance Objective Student Outcomes Core Resource Assessment[SC00-S5C1-02] Compare objects by the following I can tell how objects are different sizes or colors or made of Units A, B, C, D - Gettingobservable properties: • size • color • type of material (See different materials. Ready - Lesson 1 pp.M00-S4C1-02) T26-T27[SC00-S4C1-03] Identify the five senses and their related I can name the five senses and their body parts. Units A, B, C, D - Gettingbody parts: • sight – eyes • hearing – ears • smell – nose • Ready - Lessons 2, 3, 4taste – tongue • touch – skin pp. T28-T33[SC00-S4C1-03] Identify the five senses and their related I can name the five senses and their body parts. Units A, B, C, D - Gettingbody parts: • sight – eyes • hearing – ears • smell – nose • Ready - Lesson 5 pp.taste – tongue • touch – skin T34-T37[SC00-S5C1-01] Identify the following observable properties I can tell about the shape, texture, size, and color of things byof objects using the senses: • shape • texture • size • color using my senses.(See M00-S4C1-02 and M00-S4C1-03)[SC00-S5C1-02] Compare objects by the following I can tell how objects are different sizes or colors or made ofobservable properties: • size • color • type of material (See different materials.M00-S4C1-02)[SC00-S4C1-01] Distinguish between living things and I can tell whether things are living or non living. Units - Unit A-Animals -nonliving things. Lesson 1 pp. A8-A15[SC00-S1C1-01] Observe common objects using multiple I can see, smell, taste, touch, and hear objects. Units - Unit A-Animals -senses. Lesson 2 pp. A16-A25[SC00-S1C2-01] Demonstrate safe behavior and appropriate I can use safe behaviors when I do science.procedures (e.g., use of instruments, materials, organisms) inall science inquiry.[SC00-S1C2-02] Participate in guided investigations in life, I can do science activities with my teacher’s help.physical, and Earth and space sciences.[SC00-S1C3-01] Organize (e.g., compare, classify, and I can organize things by their size and weight.sequence) objects, organisms, and events according tovarious characteristics. (See M00-S4C4-01 andM00-S4C4-03)[SC00-S1C4-01] Communicate observations with I can use pictographs, pictures, models, or words to tellpictographs, pictures, models, and/or words. (See information.M00-S2C1-02)[SC00-S1C4-02] Communicate with other groups to describe I can talk with other to tell them what happened in a sciencethe results of an investigation. (See LS-R3 and LS-R5) activity.[SC00-S1C1-01] Observe common objects using multiple I can see, smell, taste, touch, and hear objects. I can see and Units - Unit A-Animals -senses. compare animals and their body coverings. Lesson 3 pp. A26-A31Isaac School District Page 2 of 15 July 21, 2009
3. 3. Kindergarten Science: Curriculum Map and Pacing Guide 2009/2010 Quarter 1 August Performance Objective Student Outcomes Core Resource Assessment[SC00-S1C2-01] Demonstrate safe behavior and appropriate I can use safe behaviors when I do science. Units - Unit A-Animals -procedures (e.g., use of instruments, materials, organisms) in Lesson 3 pp. A26-A31all science inquiry.[SC00-S1C2-02] Participate in guided investigations in life, I can do science activities with my teacher’s help.physical, and Earth and space sciences.[SC00-S1C3-01] Organize (e.g., compare, classify, and I can organize things by their size and weight.sequence) objects, organisms, and events according tovarious characteristics. (See M00-S4C4-01 andM00-S4C4-03)[SC00-S1C4-01] Communicate observations with I can use pictographs, pictures, models, or words to tellpictographs, pictures, models, and/or words. (See information.M00-S2C1-02)[SC00-S1C4-02] Communicate with other groups to describe I can talk with other to tell them what happened in a sciencethe results of an investigation. (See LS-R3 and LS-R5) activity. September Performance Objective Student Outcomes Core Resource Assessment[SC00-S4C3-01] Identify some plants and animals that exist I can name plants and animals around where I live. Units - Unit A-Animals -in the local environment. Lesson 4 pp. A32-A41[SC00-S4C3-02] Identify that plants and animals need the I can name the things plants and animals need to grow andfollowing to grow and survive: • food • water • air • space survive.[SC00-S1C2-01] Demonstrate safe behavior and appropriate I can use safe behaviors when I do science. Units - Unit A-Animals -procedures (e.g., use of instruments, materials, organisms) in Lesson 5 pp. A42-A47all science inquiry.[SC00-S1C2-02] Participate in guided investigations in life, I can do science activities with my teacher’s help.physical, and Earth and space sciences.[SC00-S1C3-01] Organize (e.g., compare, classify, and I can organize things by their size and weight.sequence) objects, organisms, and events according tovarious characteristics. (See M00-S4C4-01 andM00-S4C4-03)[SC00-S1C4-01] Communicate observations with I can use pictographs, pictures, models, or words to tellpictographs, pictures, models, and/or words. (See information.M00-S2C1-02)[SC00-S1C4-02] Communicate with other groups to describe I can talk with other to tell them what happened in a sciencethe results of an investigation. (See LS-R3 and LS-R5) activity.Isaac School District Page 3 of 15 July 21, 2009
4. 4. Kindergarten Science: Curriculum Map and Pacing Guide 2009/2010 Quarter 1 September Performance Objective Student Outcomes Core Resource Assessment[SC00-S1C2-01] Demonstrate safe behavior and appropriate I can use safe behaviors when I do science. Units - Unit A-Animals -procedures (e.g., use of instruments, materials, organisms) in Lesson 6 pp. A48-A55all science inquiry.[SC00-S1C2-02] Participate in guided investigations in life, I can do science activities with my teacher’s help.physical, and Earth and space sciences.[SC00-S1C4-01] Communicate observations with I can use pictographs, pictures, models, or words to tellpictographs, pictures, models, and/or words. (See information.M00-S2C1-02)[SC00-S1C4-02] Communicate with other groups to describe I can talk with other to tell them what happened in a sciencethe results of an investigation. (See LS-R3 and LS-R5) activity.[SC00-S4C3-01] Identify some plants and animals that exist I can name some of the plants and animals that live near me.in the local environment.[SC00-S4C2-01] Describe that most plants and animals will I can tell how most plants and animals will grow up to look like Units - Unit A-Animals -grow to physically resemble their parents. their parents. Lesson 7 pp. A56-A63[SC00-S5C1-02] Compare objects by the following I can tell how objects are different sizes or colors or made of Units - Unit B-Plants -observable properties: • size • color • type of material (See different materials. Lesson 1 pp. B8-B17M00-S4C1-02)[SC00-S1C1-01] Observe common objects using multiple I can see, smell, taste, touch, and hear objects. I can name the Units - Unit B-Plants -senses. parts of a plant. Lesson 2 pp. B18-B23[SC00-S1C2-01] Demonstrate safe behavior and appropriate I can use safe behaviors when I do science.procedures (e.g., use of instruments, materials, organisms) inall science inquiry.[SC00-S1C2-02] Participate in guided investigations in life, I can do science activities with my teacher’s help.physical, and Earth and space sciences.[SC00-S1C4-01] Communicate observations with I can use pictographs, pictures, models, or words to tellpictographs, pictures, models, and/or words. (See information.M00-S2C1-02)[SC00-S1C4-02] Communicate with other groups to describe I can talk with other to tell them what happened in a sciencethe results of an investigation. (See LS-R3 and LS-R5) activity.[SC00-S5C1-01] Identify the following observable properties I can tell about the shape, texture, size, and color of things by Units - Unit B-Plants -of objects using the senses: • shape • texture • size • color using my senses. Lesson 3 pp. B24-B29(See M00-S4C1-02 and M00-S4C1-03)Isaac School District Page 4 of 15 July 21, 2009
5. 5. Kindergarten Science: Curriculum Map and Pacing Guide 2009/2010 Quarter 1 September Performance Objective Student Outcomes Core Resource Assessment[SC00-S5C1-02] Compare objects by the following I can tell how objects are different sizes or colors or made of Units - Unit B-Plants -observable properties: • size • color • type of material (See different materials. Lesson 3 pp. B24-B29M00-S4C1-02)Isaac School District Page 5 of 15 July 21, 2009
6. 6. Kindergarten Science: Curriculum Map and Pacing Guide 2009/2010 Quarter 2 October Performance Objective Student Outcomes Core Resource Assessment[SC00-S1C1-01] Observe common objects using multiple I can see, smell, taste, touch, and hear objects. Units - Unit B-Plants -senses. Lesson 4 pp. B30-B37[SC00-S1C2-01] Demonstrate safe behavior and appropriate I can use safe behaviors when I do science.procedures (e.g., use of instruments, materials, organisms) inall science inquiry.[SC00-S1C2-02] Participate in guided investigations in life, I can do science activities with my teacher’s help.physical, and Earth and space sciences.[SC00-S1C4-01] Communicate observations with I can use pictographs, pictures, models, or words to tellpictographs, pictures, models, and/or words. (See information.M00-S2C1-02)[SC00-S1C4-02] Communicate with other groups to describe I can talk with other to tell them what happened in a sciencethe results of an investigation. (See LS-R3 and LS-R5) activity.[SC00-S4C2-01] Describe that most plants and animals will I can describe how a plant will grow to look like it parent plant. Units - Unit B-Plants -grow to physically resemble their parents. Lesson 5 pp. B38-B43[SC00-S4C3-02] Identify that plants and animals need the I can name the things plants and animals need to grow andfollowing to grow and survive: • food • water • air • space survive.[SC00-S4C3-03] Describe changes observed in a small I can tell about changes I see in an ant farm, terrarium, orsystem (e.g., ant farm, plant terrarium, aquarium). aquarium.[SC00-S5C1-02] Compare objects by the following I can tell how objects are different sizes or colors or made ofobservable properties: • size • color • type of material (See different materials.M00-S4C1-02)[SC00-S4C2-01] Describe that most plants and animals will I can tell how most plants and animals will grow up to look like Units - Unit B-Plants -grow to physically resemble their parents. their parents. Lesson 6 pp. B44-B49[SC00-S4C3-03] Describe changes observed in a small I can tell about changes I see in an ant farm, terrarium, orsystem (e.g., ant farm, plant terrarium, aquarium). aquarium.[SC00-S5C1-02] Compare objects by the following I can compare plants by their size and color.observable properties: • size • color • type of material (SeeM00-S4C1-02) November Performance Objective Student Outcomes Core Resource Assessment[SC00-S1C1-01] Observe common objects using multiple I can see, smell, taste, touch, and hear objects. Units - Unit B-Plants -senses. Lesson 7 pp. B50-B55Isaac School District Page 6 of 15 July 21, 2009
7. 7. Kindergarten Science: Curriculum Map and Pacing Guide 2009/2010 Quarter 2 November Performance Objective Student Outcomes Core Resource Assessment[SC00-S1C1-02] Ask questions based on experiences with I can ask questions about things I see in the environment. Units - Unit B-Plants -objects, organisms, and events in the environment. (See Lesson 7 pp. B50-B55M00-S2C1-01)[SC00-S1C2-01] Demonstrate safe behavior and appropriate I can use safe behaviors when I do science.procedures (e.g., use of instruments, materials, organisms) inall science inquiry.[SC00-S1C2-02] Participate in guided investigations in life, I can do science activities with my teacher’s help.physical, and Earth and space sciences.[SC00-S1C3-01] Organize (e.g., compare, classify, and I can organize things by their size and weight.sequence) objects, organisms, and events according tovarious characteristics. (See M00-S4C4-01 andM00-S4C4-03)[SC00-S1C4-01] Communicate observations with I can use pictographs, pictures, models, or words to tellpictographs, pictures, models, and/or words. (See information.M00-S2C1-02)[SC00-S1C4-02] Communicate with other groups to describe I can talk with other to tell them what happened in a sciencethe results of an investigation. (See LS-R3 and LS-R5) activity.[SC00-S1C2-01] Demonstrate safe behavior and appropriate I can use safe behaviors when I do science. Units - Unit C-Earthsprocedures (e.g., use of instruments, materials, organisms) in Land, Air, and Water -all science inquiry. Lesson 1 pp. C8-C15[SC00-S1C2-02] Participate in guided investigations in life, I can do science activities with my teacher’s help.physical, and Earth and space sciences.[SC00-S1C3-01] Organize (e.g., compare, classify, and I can organize things by their size and weight.sequence) objects, organisms, and events according tovarious characteristics. (See M00-S4C4-01 andM00-S4C4-03)[SC00-S1C3-02] Compare objects according to their I can tell whether objects are longer or shorter, or lighter ormeasurable characteristics (e.g., longer/shorter, heavier.lighter/heavier). (See M00-S4C4-01)[SC00-S1C4-01] Communicate observations with I can use pictographs, pictures, models, or words to tellpictographs, pictures, models, and/or words. (See information.M00-S2C1-02)[SC00-S1C4-02] Communicate with other groups to describe I can talk with other to tell them what happened in a sciencethe results of an investigation. (See LS-R3 and LS-R5) activity.Isaac School District Page 7 of 15 July 21, 2009
8. 8. Kindergarten Science: Curriculum Map and Pacing Guide 2009/2010 Quarter 2 November Performance Objective Student Outcomes Core Resource Assessment[SC00-S5C1-02] Compare objects by the following I can tell how objects are different sizes or colors or made of Units - Unit C-Earthsobservable properties: • size • color • type of material (See different materials. Land, Air, and Water -M00-S4C1-02) Lesson 2 pp. C16-C21[SC00-S1C1-01] Observe common objects using multiple I can tell how mountains valleys, and plains are different by Units - Unit C-Earthssenses. using my sense of sight. Land, Air, and Water - Lesson 3 pp. C22-C27[SC00-S1C2-01] Demonstrate safe behavior and appropriate I can use safe behaviors when I do science.procedures (e.g., use of instruments, materials, organisms) inall science inquiry.[SC00-S1C2-02] Participate in guided investigations in life, I can do science activities with my teacher’s help.physical, and Earth and space sciences.[SC00-S1C4-01] Communicate observations with I can use pictographs, pictures, models, or words to tellpictographs, pictures, models, and/or words. (See information.M00-S2C1-02)[SC00-S1C4-02] Communicate with other groups to describe I can talk with other to tell them what happened in a sciencethe results of an investigation. (See LS-R3 and LS-R5) activity.[SC00-S6C1-01] Identify rocks, soil, and water as basic I can name rocks, soil, and water as basic Earth materials. Units - Unit C-EarthsEarth materials. Land, Air, and Water - Lesson 4 pp. C28-C33[SC00-S6C1-02] Compare physical properties (e.g., color, I can compare the colors and textures of different rocks, soils,texture, capacity to retain water) of basic Earth materials. and water. December Performance Objective Student Outcomes Core Resource Assessment[SC00-S5C1-01] Identify the following observable properties I can tell about the shape, texture, size, and color of things by Units - Unit C-Earthsof objects using the senses: • shape • texture • size • color using my senses. Land, Air, and Water -(See M00-S4C1-02 and M00-S4C1-03) Lesson 5 pp. C34-C39[SC00-S5C1-02] Compare objects by the following I can tell how objects are different sizes or colors or made ofobservable properties: • size • color • type of material (See different materials.M00-S4C1-02)[SC00-S6C1-01] Identify rocks, soil, and water as basic I can name rocks, soil, and water as basic Earth materials.Earth materials.[SC00-S6C1-02] Compare physical properties (e.g., color, I can compare the colors and textures of different rocks, soils,texture, capacity to retain water) of basic Earth materials. and water.Isaac School District Page 8 of 15 July 21, 2009
9. 9. Kindergarten Science: Curriculum Map and Pacing Guide 2009/2010 Quarter 2 December Performance Objective Student Outcomes Core Resource Assessment[SC00-S6C1-01] Identify rocks, soil, and water as basic I can name rocks, soil, and water as basic Earth materials. Units - Unit C-EarthsEarth materials. Land, Air, and Water - Lesson 6 pp. C40-C45[SC00-S6C1-02] Compare physical properties (e.g., color, I can compare the colors and textures of different rocks, soils,texture, capacity to retain water) of basic Earth materials. and water.[SC00-S2C1-01] Give examples of how diverse people (e.g., I can tell how different people use science every day. Units - Unit C-Earthschildren, parents, weather reporters, cooks, healthcare Land, Air, and Water -workers, gardeners) use science in daily life. Lesson 7 pp. C46-C53[SC00-S6C1-01] Identify rocks, soil, and water as basic I can name rocks, soil, and water as basic Earth materials.Earth materials.[SC00-S6C1-03] Classify a variety of objects as being I can tell whether things are natural or man-made.natural or man-made.[SC00-S4C3-02] Identify that plants and animals need the I can tell what plants and animals need to survive. Units - Unit C-Earthsfollowing to grow and survive: • food • water • air • space Land, Air, and Water - Lesson 8 pp. C54-C61[SC00-S6C1-04] Identify ways some natural or man-made I can name ways materials can be recycled.materials can be reused or recycled (e.g., efficient use ofpaper, recycle aluminum cans).Isaac School District Page 9 of 15 July 21, 2009
10. 10. Kindergarten Science: Curriculum Map and Pacing Guide 2009/2010 Quarter 3 January Performance Objective Student Outcomes Core Resource Assessment[SC00-S6C3-01] Identify the following aspects of weather: • I can talk about weather by naming temperature, wind, Units - Unit D-Weathertemperature • wind • precipitation • storms precipitation, and storms. and Seasons - Lesson 1 pp. D8-D17[SC00-S6C3-02] Describe observable changes in weather. I can describe what I see when the weather changes.[SC00-S6C3-02] Describe observable changes in weather. I can describe the changes in weather than I can see. Units - Unit D-Weather and Seasons - Lesson 2 pp. D18-D23[SC00-S6C3-03] Give examples of how the weather affects I can tell how the weather affects people’s daily activities.people’s daily activities.[SC00-S6C3-02] Describe observable changes in weather. I can describe the changes in weather that I can see. Units - Unit D-Weather and Seasons - Lesson 3 pp. D24-D29[SC00-S6C3-03] Give examples of how the weather affects I can tell how the weather affects people’s daily activities.people’s daily activities.[SC00-S6C3-02] Describe observable changes in weather. I can describe the changes in weather that I can see. Units - Unit D-Weather and Seasons - Lesson 4 pp. D30-D35[SC00-S6C3-03] Give examples of how the weather affects I can tell how the weather affects people’s daily activities.people’s daily activities.[SC00-S6C3-01] Identify the following aspects of weather: • I can tell what kind of weather affects people, plants and Units - Unit D-Weathertemperature • wind • precipitation • storms animals. and Seasons - Lesson 5 pp. D36-D41[SC00-S6C3-02] Describe observable changes in weather. I can describe the changes in weather that I can see.[SC00-S6C3-03] Give examples of how the weather affects I can tell how the weather affects people’s daily activities.people’s daily activities.[SC00-S6C3-01] Identify the following aspects of weather: • I can tell what kind of weather affects people, plants and Units - Unit D-Weathertemperature • wind • precipitation • storms animals. and Seasons - Lesson 6 pp. D42-D47[SC00-S6C3-02] Describe observable changes in weather. I can describe the changes in weather that I can see.[SC00-S6C3-03] Give examples of how the weather affects I can tell how the weather affects people’s daily activities.people’s daily activities.[SC00-S2C1-01] Give examples of how diverse people (e.g., I can tell how different people use science every day. Units - Unit D-Weatherchildren, parents, weather reporters, cooks, healthcare and Seasons - Lesson 7 pp.workers, gardeners) use science in daily life. D48-D53Isaac School District Page 10 of 15 July 21, 2009
11. 11. Kindergarten Science: Curriculum Map and Pacing Guide 2009/2010 Quarter 3 January Performance Objective Student Outcomes Core Resource Assessment[SC00-S6C3-01] Identify the following aspects of weather: • I can tell what kind of weather affects people, plants and Units - Unit D-Weathertemperature • wind • precipitation • storms animals. and Seasons - Lesson 7 pp. D48-D53[SC00-S6C3-02] Describe observable changes in weather. I can describe the changes in weather that I can see. February Performance Objective Student Outcomes Core Resource Assessment[SC00-S1C1-03] Predict results of an investigation based on I can predict what will happen in an experiment. Units - Unit E-Objectslife, physical, and Earth and space sciences (e.g., the five Around Us - Lesson 1 pp.senses, changes in weather). E8-E17[SC00-S2C1-01] Give examples of how diverse people (e.g., I can tell how different people use science every day.children, parents, weather reporters, cooks, healthcareworkers, gardeners) use science in daily life.[SC00-S5C1-01] Identify the following observable properties I can tell about the shape, texture, size, and color of things byof objects using the senses: • shape • texture • size • color using my senses.(See M00-S4C1-02 and M00-S4C1-03)[SC00-S5C1-02] Compare objects by the following I can tell how objects are different sizes or colors or made ofobservable properties: • size • color • type of material (See different materials.M00-S4C1-02)[SC00-S1C1-01] Observe common objects using multiple I can see, smell, taste, touch, and hear objects. Units - Unit E-Objectssenses. Around Us - Lesson 2 pp. E18-E25[SC00-S1C1-03] Predict results of an investigation based on I can predict what will happen in an experiment.life, physical, and Earth and space sciences (e.g., the fivesenses, changes in weather).[SC00-S1C2-01] Demonstrate safe behavior and appropriate I can use safe behaviors when I do science.procedures (e.g., use of instruments, materials, organisms) inall science inquiry.[SC00-S1C2-02] Participate in guided investigations in life, I can do science activities with my teacher’s help.physical, and Earth and space sciences.[SC00-S1C2-03] Perform simple measurements using I can measure using paper clips and other things.non-standard units of measure to collect data.Isaac School District Page 11 of 15 July 21, 2009
12. 12. Kindergarten Science: Curriculum Map and Pacing Guide 2009/2010 Quarter 3 February Performance Objective Student Outcomes Core Resource Assessment[SC00-S1C3-01] Organize (e.g., compare, classify, and I can organize things by their size and weight. Units - Unit E-Objectssequence) objects, organisms, and events according to Around Us - Lesson 2 pp.various characteristics. (See M00-S4C4-01 and E18-E25M00-S4C4-03)[SC00-S1C3-02] Compare objects according to their I can tell whether objects are longer or shorter, or lighter ormeasurable characteristics (e.g., longer/shorter, heavier.lighter/heavier). (See M00-S4C4-01)[SC00-S1C4-01] Communicate observations with I can use pictographs, pictures, models, or words to tellpictographs, pictures, models, and/or words. (See information.M00-S2C1-02)[SC00-S1C4-02] Communicate with other groups to describe I can talk with other to tell them what happened in a sciencethe results of an investigation. (See LS-R3 and LS-R5) activity.[SC00-S5C2-01] Describe spatial relationships (i.e., above, I can talk about whether an object is above, below, nest to, left, Units - Unit E-Objectsbelow, next to, left, right, middle, center) of objects. (See right, middle, center of another object. Around Us - Lesson 3 pp.M00-S4C1-02 and 3SS-R1-01) E26-E31[SC00-S2C1-01] Give examples of how diverse people (e.g., I can tell how different people use science every day. Units - Unit E-Objectschildren, parents, weather reporters, cooks, healthcare Around Us - Lesson 4 pp.workers, gardeners) use science in daily life. E32-E37[SC00-S5C1-01] Identify the following observable properties I can tell how an object changes when it is cut, torn, bent orof objects using the senses: • shape • texture • size • color folded.(See M00-S4C1-02 and M00-S4C1-03)[SC00-S1C1-01] Observe common objects using multiple I can see, smell, taste, touch, and hear objects. Units - Unit E-Objectssenses. Around Us - Lesson 5 pp. E38-E45[SC00-S1C2-01] Demonstrate safe behavior and appropriate I can use safe behaviors when I do science.procedures (e.g., use of instruments, materials, organisms) inall science inquiry.[SC00-S1C2-02] Participate in guided investigations in life, I can do science activities with my teacher’s help.physical, and Earth and space sciences.[SC00-S1C4-01] Communicate observations with I can use pictographs, pictures, models, or words to tellpictographs, pictures, models, and/or words. (See information.M00-S2C1-02)[SC00-S1C4-02] Communicate with other groups to describe I can talk with other to tell them what happened in a sciencethe results of an investigation. (See LS-R3 and LS-R5) activity.Isaac School District Page 12 of 15 July 21, 2009
13. 13. Kindergarten Science: Curriculum Map and Pacing Guide 2009/2010 Quarter 4 March Performance Objective Student Outcomes Core Resource Assessment[SC00-S5C3-01] Investigate how applied forces (push and I can see how push and pull can make things move. Units - Unit E-Objectspull) can make things move. Around Us - Lesson 6 pp. E46-E53[SC00-S2C1-01] Give examples of how diverse people (e.g., I can tell how different people use science every day. Units - Unit E-Objectschildren, parents, weather reporters, cooks, healthcare Around Us - Lesson 7 pp.workers, gardeners) use science in daily life. E054-E059[SC00-S5C3-01] Investigate how applied forces (push and I can see how push and pull can make things move.pull) can make things move.[SC00-S5C3-02] Investigate how forces can make things I can see how magnets can make things move without touchingmove without another thing touching them (e.g., magnets, them.static electricity).[SC00-S5C3-03] Sort materials according to whether they I can say whether materials are or are not attracted by a magnet.are or are not attracted by a magnet.[SC00-S5C3-04] Identify familiar everyday uses of magnets I can name ways magnets work in everyday things like toys.(e.g., in toys, cabinet locks, decoration).[SC00-S1C1-01] Observe common objects using multiple I can see, smell, taste, touch, and hear objects. Units - Unitsenses. F-Investigating Water - Lesson 1 pp. F8-F15[SC00-S1C2-01] Demonstrate safe behavior and appropriate I can use safe behaviors when I do science.procedures (e.g., use of instruments, materials, organisms) inall science inquiry.[SC00-S1C2-02] Participate in guided investigations in life, I can do science activities with my teacher’s help.physical, and Earth and space sciences.[SC00-S1C4-01] Communicate observations with I can use pictographs, pictures, models, or words to tellpictographs, pictures, models, and/or words. (See information.M00-S2C1-02)[SC00-S1C4-02] Communicate with other groups to describe I can talk with other to tell them what happened in a sciencethe results of an investigation. (See LS-R3 and LS-R5) activity. April Performance Objective Student Outcomes Core Resource Assessment[SC00-S1C1-01] Observe common objects using multiple I can see, smell, taste, touch, and hear objects. Units - Unitsenses. F-Investigating Water - Lesson 2 pp. F16-F21Isaac School District Page 13 of 15 July 21, 2009
14. 14. Kindergarten Science: Curriculum Map and Pacing Guide 2009/2010 Quarter 4 April Performance Objective Student Outcomes Core Resource Assessment[SC00-S1C1-02] Ask questions based on experiences with I can ask a question about how water reacts to other objects. Units - Unitobjects, organisms, and events in the environment. (See F-Investigating Water -M00-S2C1-01) Lesson 2 pp. F16-F21[SC00-S1C1-03] Predict results of an investigation based on I can guess what will happen when an experiment is done withlife, physical, and Earth and space sciences (e.g., the five water.senses, changes in weather).[SC00-S1C2-01] Demonstrate safe behavior and appropriate I can use safe behaviors when I do science.procedures (e.g., use of instruments, materials, organisms) inall science inquiry.[SC00-S1C2-02] Participate in guided investigations in life, I can do science activities with my teacher’s help.physical, and Earth and space sciences.[SC00-S1C4-01] Communicate observations with I can use pictographs, pictures, models, or words to tellpictographs, pictures, models, and/or words. (See information.M00-S2C1-02)[SC00-S1C4-02] Communicate with other groups to describe I can talk with other to tell them what happened in a sciencethe results of an investigation. (See LS-R3 and LS-R5) activity.[SC00-S1C1-01] Observe common objects using multiple Units - Unitsenses. F-Investigating Water - Lesson 3 pp. F22-F29[SC00-S5C1-02] Compare objects by the following I can tell how objects are different sizes or colors or made ofobservable properties: • size • color • type of material (See different materials.M00-S4C1-02)[SC00-S1C1-01] Observe common objects using multiple I can see, smell, taste, touch, and hear objects. Units - Unitsenses. F-Investigating Water - Lesson 4 pp. F30-F37[SC00-S1C1-03] Predict results of an investigation based on I can tell what I think will happen when I see or do a sciencelife, physical, and Earth and space sciences (e.g., the five activity.senses, changes in weather).[SC00-S1C2-01] Demonstrate safe behavior and appropriate I can use safe behaviors when I do science.procedures (e.g., use of instruments, materials, organisms) inall science inquiry.[SC00-S1C2-02] Participate in guided investigations in life, I can do science activities with my teacher’s help.physical, and Earth and space sciences.Isaac School District Page 14 of 15 July 21, 2009
15. 15. Kindergarten Science: Curriculum Map and Pacing Guide 2009/2010 Quarter 4 April Performance Objective Student Outcomes Core Resource Assessment[SC00-S1C3-01] Organize (e.g., compare, classify, and I can organize things by their size and weight. Units - Unitsequence) objects, organisms, and events according to F-Investigating Water -various characteristics. (See M00-S4C4-01 and Lesson 4 pp. F30-F37M00-S4C4-03)[SC00-S1C4-01] Communicate observations with I can use pictographs, pictures, models, or words to tellpictographs, pictures, models, and/or words. (See information.M00-S2C1-02)[SC00-S1C4-02] Communicate with other groups to describe I can talk with other to tell them what happened in a sciencethe results of an investigation. (See LS-R3 and LS-R5) activity. May Performance Objective Student Outcomes Core Resource Assessment[SC00-S1C1-01] Observe common objects using multiple I can see, smell, taste, touch, and hear objects. Units - Unitsenses. F-Investigating Water - Lesson 5 pp. F38-F45[SC00-S1C2-01] Demonstrate safe behavior and appropriate I can use safe behaviors when I do science.procedures (e.g., use of instruments, materials, organisms) inall science inquiry.[SC00-S1C2-02] Participate in guided investigations in life, I can do science activities with my teacher’s help.physical, and Earth and space sciences.[SC00-S1C4-01] Communicate observations with I can use pictographs, pictures, models, or words to tellpictographs, pictures, models, and/or words. (See information.M00-S2C1-02)[SC00-S1C4-02] Communicate with other groups to describe I can talk with other to tell them what happened in a sciencethe results of an investigation. (See LS-R3 and LS-R5) activity.[SC00-S5C1-02] Compare objects by the following I can tell if something is a liquid or a solid and how it can beobservable properties: • size • color • type of material (See changed back and forth.M00-S4C1-02)[SC00-S6C1-01] Identify rocks, soil, and water as basic I can tell how water can be changed to a liquid and a solid.Earth materials.[SC00-S6C1-02] Compare physical properties (e.g., color, I can tell how water changes when it goes from a liquid to atexture, capacity to retain water) of basic Earth materials. solid and from a solid to a liquid.Isaac School District Page 15 of 15 July 21, 2009