How it works:
Science Lessons and Investigations from Evan-Moor teaches students to use their observation and investigation skills in the learning process. The 14 units cover all kinds of interesting scientific topics through reading, vocabulary, and comprehension activities along with hands-on experiments. This teacher’s edition provides helpful materials and references for educators every step of the way.
Core subject areas and topics include:
- How Do Animals Use Their Body Parts?
- What Parts Do Plants Have and What Do They Do?
- How Do Body Parts Help Animals Grow and Survive?
- Do Animals Have Babies?
- Do Plants Have Babies?
- Are Young Animals and Plants Exactly Like Their Parents?
- Do Animals from the Same Species Always Look the Same?
- Do All Roses Look the Same?
- Can We Predict Patterns for the Sun, Moon, and Stars?
- Can We Predict the Pattern of the Seasons?
- What Happens When Materials Vibrate?
- What Happens When There Is No Light?
- Where Do Shadows Come From?
- How Do We Communicate Over Long Distances?
Features and benefits:
This e-book teaching resource gives you everything you need, including:
- Teacher support pages and an answer key
- Unit concept page to guide discussion
- Vocabulary/words to know
- Reading selections with real-life visual examples
- Comprehension and vocabulary activities
- “I wonder” and/or research and write writing prompts
- Hands-on science investigation that may include science experiments, STEM challenges, observations, art projects, and other creative cross-curricular activities
Act as a guide for first graders as they journey into a world of exciting scientific discoveries with the teacher’s edition of Science Lessons and Investigations.
For additional STEM projects, see Evan-Moor’s STEM Lessons and Challenges series.