Water

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Woman drinking water.

Student Application

Some things people want. Some things people must have are called needs. Needs must be met before wants.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will understand the difference between wants and needs. A want is anything that a person does not need, but would like to have. A need is anything that a person must have to live a comfortable, healthy, and safe life.
  2. Students will know about the many needs that humans require.

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Water

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Cartoon water spout

Student Application

Peek into the habitats of different kinds of animals to see how they meet their needs.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will understand that a habitat provides animals with food, water, and shelter; and it provides plants with sunlight and water.
  2. Students will describe the different habitats and give examples of how plants and animals obtain the things they need to live from each type of environment.
    1. Design a Habitat: Have each student think about the habitats that they have seen on the video and let them draw a habitat of their own. Encourage students to think about what kinds of plants and animals would live in the habitat they have chosen. If it is a cold habitat, what kind of covering will their animals have? How will plants grow in ...

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Water

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Water showing ripples in intense blue color

Student Application

Enjoy this brief introduction to Native Americans in the Southwest through folk tales, where they lived, how they lived with each other and how they live today.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will gain a greater understanding of the contributions from different groups of American Indians of the Southwest.
  2. Students will understand the difference between sedentary and nomadic people, and realize the impact of these lifestyles on their ability to thrive in The times of European settlement.
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Supporting Activities

  1. Tell Your Story. Have students work individually or in pairs. Remind students of the story of Turkey Girl and the importance of storytelling to the Native people of the Southwest. Ask students to brainstorm an ideal, moral, or lesson that they have learned and would like to pass on to others. Then have students create their own story to te...

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Water

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Student Application

Take a journey to discover how physical weathering, chemical weathering, and erosion occur on the surface of the land.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will know that landforms are the shape of the land on the surface of the earth. Mountains, hills, plateaus, basins, and valleys are examples of landforms.
  2. Students will realize that landforms are constantly changing. Some of these changes occur because of actions below the surface of the earth. For example, magma can er...

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Supporting Activities

  1. Give each student a piece of white paper (larger than 8 1/2 X 11) and some coloring utensils. Ask the students to fold the paper in half (not lengthwise if the paper is not square). Ask each student to choose an example from the video of weathering, erosion, and/or deposition. Then have him draw a picture on one side of the paper showing what the l...

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Student Application

Use your five senses to discover the properties of matter.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will learn matter is all of the stuff in our world.
  2. Students will understand matter has mass and takes up space.
  3. Students will know matter has different properties. You can use your five senses to discover the properties of different matter.
  4. Students will understand all matter i...

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Supporting Activities

  1. Mystery Box. Have students use their five senses to describe the different properties of matter. Fill several shoeboxes with various items (thimble, cotton ball, orange slice, etc.) Have students work in pairs. One student should close his eyes while the other student hands him objects from the mystery box. The student should use his senses ...

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Water

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Water covering most of the earth.

Student Application

Think about what natural resources are used to make the objects you use everyday.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will know the three types of natural resources: inexhaustible, renewable, and nonrenewable.
    1. Inexhaustible natural resources cannot be used up.
      i) Air is inexhaustible. All living things need air to live. Air is also used for things like blowing up toys, hearing sounds, and flying...

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Supporting Activities

  1. Take a trip to a local recycling plant. Students will be able to see how recycling works, what kind of things can be recycled, and the benefits of recycling.
  2. Bring to class several items that come from natural resources. They could be things like clothing, a nail or screw, some food items, or a toy made of wood. Have the stud...

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