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Aboriginal Youth Identity Series: Health and Wellness Elementary  Health and Wellness
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Lesson Outcomes

The following lesson plans are designed to meet the specific outcomes of:

Grade 1:

1–1 Bring focus to investigative activities, based on their own questions and those of others.

1–2 Describe materials and objects that have been observed and manipulated, and identify what was done and found out.

1–4 Demonstrate positive attitudes for the study of science and for the application of science in responsible ways.

1-5 Identify and evaluate methods for creating color and for applying colors to different materials.

1–6 Describe seasonal changes, and interpret the effects of seasonal changes on living things.

1–7 Construct objects and models of objects using a variety of different materials.

1–8 Identify the purpose of different components in a personally constructed object or model, and identify corresponding components in a related object or model.

1–9 Use the senses to make general and specific observations, and communicate observations orally and by producing captioned pictures.

1–10 Describe the role of the human senses and the senses of other living things in enabling perception and action.

1–11 Describe some common living things, and identify needs of those living things.

Grade 2:

2–1 Investigate, with guidance, the nature of things, thus demonstrating an understanding of the procedures followed.

2–2 Recognize pattern and order in objects and events studied; and, with guidance, record procedures and observations, using pictures and words; and, make predictions and generalizations based on observations.

2–3 Construct, with guidance, an object that achieves a given purpose, using materials that are provided.

2–5 Describe some properties of water and other liquids, and recognize the importance of water to living and nonliving things.

2–7 Construct objects that will float on and move through water, and evaluate various designs for watercraft.

Grade 3:

3–1 Investigate the nature of things, demonstrating purposeful action that leads to observations and inferences.

3–2 Identify patterns and order in objects and events studied; and, with guidance, record observations, using pictures, words and charts; and, make predictions and generalizations based on observations.

3–4 Demonstrate positive attitudes for the study of science and for the application of science in responsible ways.

3–6 Safely use a variety of tools, techniques, and materials in construction activities.

3–7 Construct structures, using a variety of materials and designs, and compare the effectiveness of the various materials and designs for their intended purposes.

3–9 Describe the nature of sound, and demonstrate methods for producing and controlling sound.

3–10 Describe the appearances and life cycles of some common animals, and identify their adaptations to different environments.

3–11 Identify requirements for animal care.

Grade 4:

4–1 Investigate the nature of things, demonstrating purposeful action that leads to inferences supported by observations.

4–2 Identify patterns and order in objects and events studied; and record observations, using pictures, words and charts, with guidance in the construction of charts; and make predictions and generalizations based on observations.

4–10 Demonstrate knowledge and skills for the study, interpretation, propagation, and enhancement of plant growth.

Grade 6:

6–4 Demonstrate positive attitudes for the study of science and for the application of science in responsible ways.

6–10 Describe characteristics of trees and the interaction of trees with other living things in the local environment.

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