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Science Curriculum Timeline

Second

Grade

First Marking

Second Marking

Third Marking

Fourth Marking

Topic:

Landforms


Topic:

Water

Topic
:

-
Tools of Scientist

-
Properties of Materials
and Mixtures

Topic:

The Life Cycle of Plants

Kent County Units:

Gist:
Surface Features

Kent County Units:

Gist: Water

Kent County Units:

Gist:

-
Tools of the Scientist

-

Physical Properties

-

Mixtures


Kent County Units:

Gist: Needs Life Cycle
and Heredity of Plants

Scope Units:

Same as Above

Scope Units:

Same as Above

Scope Units:

Same as Above

Scope Units:

Same as Above

Months
:

September, October,
and November

Months
:

November, December
and January

Months
:

January, February, and
March

Months
:

March, April, and
May

GLCE’s
:




describe

the major
landforms of the surface of
the earth (e.g., mountains,
plains, plateaus, valleys,
hills) (E.SE.02.21).




describe the major bodies
of water of the earth’s
surface (e.g., lakes, ponds,
oceans, rivers, streams)
(E.FE.02.22).




develop strategies an
d skills
by gathering information
about the features of the
earth (e.g., books, Internet,
ask an expert, observation,
investigation, technology
tools) (S.IA.02.14).




demonstrate how the
earth’s surface features can
be represented through
various illustrati
ons,
performances, models, and
exhibits (S.RS.02.11).

GLCE’s
:




identify water sources (e.g.,
wells, springs, lakes, rivers,
oceans) (E.FE.02.11).




identify

household uses of
water (e.g., drinking,
cleaning, food preparation)
(E.FE.02.12).




describe the properties of
water as a liquid (visible,
flowing, shape of container)
and recognize rain, dew,
and fog as water in its
liquid state (E.FE.02.13).




describe t
he properties of
water as a solid (hard,
visible, frozen, cold) and
recognize ice, snow, and
hail as water in its solid
state (E.FE.02.14).




describe how rain collects
on the surface of the earth
and flows downhill into
GLCE’s
:




recognize that some objects
are composed of a single
substance (water, sugar,
salt) and others are
composed of mor
e than
one substance (salt and
pepper, mixed dry beans)
(P.PM.02.41).




plan and conduct simple
investigations that compare
the weight of objects using
balances (P.PM.02.15,
S.IP.02.13).




describe

objects and
substances according to
their properties (e.g., color,
size, shape, texture,
hardness, liquid or solid,
sinking or floating)
(P.PM.02.12).




measure the volume of
liquids using common
measuring tools (graduated
GLCE’
s
:




describe the life cycles of
familiar flowering plants
including the following
stages: seed, plant, flower,
and fruit (L.OL.02.22).




identify

characteristics of
plants (e.g., leaf shape,
flower type, color, size)
that are passed on from
parents to young
(L.HE.02.13).




identify the needs of plants
(L.OL.02.14).




make accurate length
measurements of objects
using rulers (centimeters)
and meter st
icks (meters)
(P.PM.02.13, S.IP.02.15).




communicate and present
findings of plant growth
and function observations
(S.IA.02.13).




identify technology used in
the exploration of the
earth’s surface (S.RS.02.16).


bodies of water (e.g.,
streams, rive
rs, lakes,
oceans) or into the ground
(E.FE.02.21).




measure the volume of
liquids using common
measuring tools (graduated
measuring cups, measuring
spoons, graduated cylinders,
and beakers) (P.PM.02.14).




share ideas about water
and its properties through

purposeful conversation
(S.IA.02.12).




construct simple charts and
graphs from data and
observations about water
use (S.IP.02.16).


measuring cups, measuring
spoons,

graduated cylinders,
and beakers) (P.PM.02.14).




generate questions based
on observations of various
objects (S.IP.02.12).




recognize that when a
science investigation is
done the way it was done
before, similar results are
expected (S.RS.02.13).







make purposeful
observations of plant needs
and plant growth using the
appropriate senses
(S.IP.02.11).




use evidence when
co
mmunicating scientific
ideas regarding the needs
of plants (S.RS.02.15).




manipulate simple tools
(e.g., ruler, meter stick,
measuring cups, hand lens,
thermometer, balance) that
aid observation and data
collection (S.IP.02.14).




Kent County
Vocabulary:


Prerequisite
Vocabulary
:

Earth materials

Water


New:

bodies of water

identify

plain

soak

describe

lake

plateau

stream

downhill

landform

pond

surface

flow

mountain

river

valley

hill

ocean



Kent County
Vocabulary:


Prerequisite
Vocabulary
:

freezing

liquid

rain

solid

hail

properties

snow

water


New:

describe

fresh water

identify

shape of container

dew

frozen

lake

source

flow

hard

ocean

spring (source of


Kent County
Vocabulary:


Prerequisite
Vocabulary
:


Tools of the
Scientist
:

balance

investigation

measurement

observation

data

mass

non
-
standard unit

tool


Physical Properties
:

cold

liquid

shape

size

color (common color
words)

magnet

sink



Kent County
Vocabulary:


Prerequisite
Vocabulary
:

air

food

parent

survive

basic needs

life cycle

plant

water

characteristics

light

size

young

color

observation


New:

flower

flowering plant

leaf shape

seed

f
lower type

fruit


Enrichment
Vocabulary
:

gravity

Great Lakes

impervious

porous

water)

flowing

ice

river

visible

food
preparation

i
cy

salt water

well


Enrichment
Vocabulary
:

condensation

household uses

mass

natural resources

evaporation

iceberg

matter

sleet

gas

invisible

melt/melting

states of matter

solid

float


Mixtures
:

float

magnet

solid

sort

liquid

sink


New:


Tools of the
Scientist
:

centimeter (cm)

measure

meter (m)

ruler

compare

measuring cup

meter stick

volume

length

measuring spoon



Physical Properties
:

centimeter (cm)

hardness

meter (m)

physical property

classify

length

meter stick

texture

c
ompare


Mixtures
:

mixture

physical property

single substance

substance


Enrichment
Vocabulary:


Tools of the Scientist
:

analyze

graduated cylinder

needs of plants


Enrichment
Vocabulary
:

food storage

makes its own food

root

stem

function

predict

sapling

sunlight

heredity

reproduction

seed plant

s
urvival

leaf

requirements for life

seedling

metric measurement

table (data)

capacity

heavier than

milliliter (mL)

tall

chart

height

observe

taller

confirm

length

predict

tallest

container

lighter than

prediction

unit

design

liter (L)

question

weigh

distance

long

short

weight

equal

longer

shorter

width

estimate

longest

shortest



Physical Properties
:

absorbent

hot/hotter

magnetic field

short/shorter

big/ bigger

large/larger

magnetic force

small/smaller

breakable/unbreakable

like poles

magnetic poles

smell

cold/colder

lodestone

non
-
magnetic

soft/softer

flexible/firm

long/longer

opposite poles

tall/taller

hard/harder

magnetic

pole

useful

hardness

magnetic compass

rough/smooth

waterproof

heavy/heavier


Mixtures
:

beaker

filter

matter

solution

component parts

filter paper

separation technique

substance

dissolve

filtration

sieve

suspension

evaporate

funnel

solar still



Scope
Vocabulary
:

desert




lake




mountain



ocean




plain

river/stream

surface features

water source





Scope Vocabulary:

lake




ocean




river/stream



surface water

waterfall

water source




Scope Vocabulary:

Attribute

material



mixture

property




Scope Vocabulary:

basic needs



characteristic



function



growth/development

life cycle

plant

Trade Books:


Trade Books:


Cole, Joanna.
The
Trade Books:


Brown, Marcia.
Stone
Trade Books:


Gibbons, Gail.
From
Collard, Sneed.
Our Wet
World
. Watertown, MA:
Charlesbridge, 1998.


Crewe, Sabrina
. Hills
and Mountains
. New
York: Children’s Press,
1997.


A First Look: Earth.

Rainbow Educational
Media. 2000. Discovery
Education. 29 June 2009


Henderson, Kathy
. The
Great Lakes
. New York:
Children’s

Press, 1989.


Hyde, Natalie.
Extreme
Nature: Desert
Extremes.
New York:
Crabtree Publishing,
2009.


---
.
Extreme Nature:
Deep Sea Extremes.
New York: Crabtree
Publishing, 2009.


Kalman, Bobbie.
The
ABC’s of Continents.
New York: Crabtree
Publishing, 2008.


---
.
Earth’s Coasts.

New
York: Crabtree
Publishing, 2009.


---
.
Earth’s Mountains.
New York: Crabtree
Publishing, 2009.


---
.
Earth’s Oceans.
New
York: Crabtree
Publishing, 2008.


---
.
Earth’s Rivers.
New
York: Crabtree
Magic

School Bus: At the

Waterworks.
New
York:

Scholastic, Inc.,
1986.


Collard, Sneed.
Our

Wet World
.
Watertown,

MA: Charlesbridge,
1998.


Dorros, Arthur.
Follow

the Water from
Brook

to Ocean
. New York:

HarperCollins, 1991.


Gibbons, Gail.
Marshes

and Swamps
. New

York: Holiday House,
1998.

Hewit
t, Sally.
Using

Water.
New York:

Crabtree Publishing,
2009.


Holling, H.C.
Paddle

to the Sea
. Boston,

Houghton Mifflin,
1969.


Hooper, Meredith.

The Drop in My
Drink:

The Story of Water
on

Our Planet
. New
York:

Viking, 1998.


The Importance of

Water.

100%
Educational

Videos. 1998.
Discovery

Education. 29 June
2009

Lauw, Darlene.
Water.

New York:
Soup: An Old Tale
.
New York:
Macmillan, 1979.


Hewitt, Sally.
Amazing Materials
.
New York: Crabtree
Publishing, 2008.


Oxlade, Chris.
Mixing
and Separating.
New
York: Crabtree
Publishing, 2008.


Seuss, Dr.
Bartholomew and the
Oobleck
. New York:
Random House,
1977.


Stangl, Jean.
Magic
Mixtures
. Belmont,
CA: Fearon Teacher
Aids, 1990.


Weidner, Kathleen.
What is the World
Made Of?
New York:
HarperCollins, 1998.


Wells, Robert.
How
Do You Lift a Lion?

Morton Grove, IL:
Albert Whitman,
1996.



Technology:




Lab Kits:

Seed to Plant
. New
York: Holiday House,
1991.


Greenaway, Theresa.
The Plant Kingdom.
Austin, TX: Raintree
Steck
-
Vaughn, 1999.


Heller, Ruth.
The
Reason for a Flower
.
New York: Penguin
Putnam Publishing
Group, 1999.


Hewitt, Sally.
Amazing Science:
Plants.
New York:
Crabtree Publishing,
2008.


How Plan
ts Grow.

100% Educational
Videos. 1998.
Discovery Education.
29 June 2009


Kalman, Bobbie.
ABC’s of Plants
. New
York: Crabtree
Publishing, 2008.


---
.
The Life Cycle of
a Flower
. New York:
Crabtree Publishing,
2004.


---
.
The Life Cycle of
a Tree.
New Yor
k:
Crabtree Publishing,
2002.


---
.
Plants are Living
Things.
New York:
Crabtree Publishing,
2008.


---
.
What is a Plant?

New York: Crabtree
Publishing, 2000.


Pallotta, Jerry.
The
Flower Alphabet
Publishing, 2009.


---
.
Introducin
g
Landforms.

New York:
Crabtree Publishing,
2008.


Richardson, Gillian.
Extreme Nature:
Mountain Extremes.
New York: Crabtree
Publishing, 2009.



Technology:




Lab Kits:

Crabtree Publishing,
2003.


Petty, Kate.
I Didn’t
Know That Some
Trains Run On Water.

Brookfield, CT:
Millbrook Press,
1997.


Spier, Peter.
Rain
.
New

York:
Doubleday, 1982.


Wick, Walter.
A Drop
of Water
. New York:
Scholastic Press,
1997.



Technology:




Lab Kits:

Book
. Watertown,
MA: Charlesbridge,
1998.


Yolen, Jane.
Wel
come to the
Green House.
New
York: G.P. Putnam’s
Sons, 1993.



Technology:




Lab Kits: