FIFTH GRADE

Room 210

Mon @ 12:45, Wed @ 8:00, Thurs @ 11:05, Fri @ 1:50

Room 211

Mon @ 1:50, Wed @ 9:15, Thurs @ 12:45, Fri @ 12:45

Room 212

Mon @ 11:05, Tues @ 9:15, Wed @ 12:45, Fri @ 9:15

 

WEEK 1 - AUGUST 31 - SEPTEMBER 4, 2020

Welcoming of students and assigning textbooks.

Science To Brag About (handout)

Students will look at a variety of science disciplines and determine their branch.

Unit 1.1: Our Respiratory System p.2-3

Objective: Identify the main parts of the respiratory system and their function.

The Lung Machine (handout)

Aim: To set up a lung model and understand how our lungs work when we breathe

WEEK 2 - SEPTEMBER 8-10, 2020

September 7 - Labour Day - No School

Unit 1.2: Breathe In, Breathe Out p.4-5

Objective: Explain the mechanism of breathing.

I'll Huff and I'll Puff (handout)

Aim: To measure the required amounts of water and the volume of air exhaled

Unit 1.3: Common Illnesses Related To Our Respiratory System p.6-7

Objective: Recognize common illnesses related to the respiratory system.

Unit 1.4: Keeping Our Respiratory System Healthy p.8

Objective: Describe ways to keep our respiratory system healthy and explain how breathing and movement are interrelated.

Unit 1.5: Animal Respiratory System p.9-11

Objective: Recognize the respiratory system in some animals.

Fishy Business (handout)

Aim: To study the respiratory system of a fish

September 11 - Ped Day - No School

HW: REVIEW FOR TEST - WEDNESDAY, SEPT 23

(Unit 1: Our Respiratory System)

WEEK 3 - SEPTEMBER 14-18, 2020

Unit 1 Self-Check (handout)

Unit 1 Vocabulary Crossword (handout)

At A Glance Flow Chart p.12 Science Glossary p.14

Unit 1 Vocabulary matching and review questions (handout)

Unit 1 Multiple-choice review questions (handout)

Unit 2.1: Parts of The Circulatory System and Their Function p.16-17

Objective: Identify the main parts of the circulatory system and their functions.

Unit 2.2: Journey of Blood in Our Body p.18

Objective: Explain the path of blood from the heart to all parts of the body and from all parts of the body to the heart.

Go With The Flow (handout)

Aim: To describe the movement of blood in the human circulatory system

HW: REVIEW FOR TEST - WEDNESDAY, SEPT 23

(Unit 1: Our Respiratory System)

WEEK 4 - SEPTEMBER 21-25, 2020

Unit 2.3: Pulse p.19

Objective: Experiment and explain the effects of exercise and rest on the pulse rate.

Run For Your Life! (handout)

Aim: To learn how to make and use a pulse detector

Unit 1: Our Respiratory System TEST

The Ups and Downs of Life (handout)

Aim: To observe how exercise affects the heart rate of a person

Unit 2.4: Illnesses Related To Our Circulatory System p.20-21

Objective: Recognize diseases related to the circulatory system and abnormalities in the organs of the circulatory system. 

Unit 2.5: Keeping Our Circulatory System Healthy p.22

Objective: Recognize ways we can care for our circulatory system.

Unit 2.6: Relationship Between The Digestive, Circulatory and Respiratory Systems p.23

Objective: Relate the function of the circulatory system to that of the digestive and respiratory systems.

HW: REVIEW FOR TEST - THURSDAY, OCT 8

(Unit 2: The Circulatory System)

WEEK 5 - SEPTEMBER 28 - OCTOBER 2, 2020

At A Glance Flow Chart p.24 Science Glossary p.26

Unit 2 Self-Check (handout)

Unit 2 Vocabulary crossword (handout)

Go With The Flow Crossword (handout)

Students will learn the passage of blood through the circulatory system.

HW: REVIEW FOR TEST - THURSDAY, OCT 8

(Unit 2: The Circulatory System)

WEEK 6 - OCTOBER 5-9, 2020

Unit 2 Vocabulary matching and review questions (handout)

Unit 4.1: Different Kinds of Cells and Their Functions p.40-43

Objective: Understand that each kind of cell in our body has a distinct function. Recognize that plants have a variety of different cells.

Plant and Animal Cells (handout)

Aim: To observe plant and animal cells using a microscope

Unit 4.2: Cells Need Energy p.44

Objective: Know that a cell needs energy to carry out its function.

Unit 1: The Circulatory System TEST

PRACTICE FOR CARIBOU MATH CONTEST @ WWW.CARIBOUTESTS.COM - OCTOBER 14 OR 15

(for students who have opted to write the contest)

WEEK 7 - OCTOBER 12-16, 2020

October 12 - Thanksgiving Day - No School

At A Glance Flow Chart p.45 Science Glossary p.46

Unit 4 Self-Check and vocabulary crossword (handout)

Unit 5.1: Types of Invertebrates p.48-49

Objective: Describe the common types of invertebrates.

CARIBOU MATH CONTEST @ WWW.CARIBOUTESTS.COM - OCTOBER 14 OR 15 @ HOME (until 6:30 p.m.)

(for students who have opted to write the contest)

October 16 - Ped Day - No School

HW: REVIEW FOR TEST - THURSDAY, OCT 29

(Unit 5: Invertebrates)

WEEK 8 - OCTOBER 19-23, 2020

October 19 - Ped Day - No School

Unit 5.2: Insects, Spiders, Millipedes and Crustaceans p.50-51

Objective: Describe the observable characteristics of insects, spiders, millipedes and crustaceans.

Unit 5.3: Starfish, Sea Urchins and Sea Cucumbers p.52

Objective: Describe the observable characteristics of starfish, sea urchins and sea cucumbers.

Unit 5.4: Jellyfish, Corals and Sea Anemones p.53

Objective: Describe the observable characteristics of jellyfish, corals and sea anemones.

Unit 5.5: Sponges p.54

Objective: Describe the observable characteristics of sponges.

Unit 5.6: Snails, Slugs, Clams and Mussels p.55

Objective: Describe the observable characteristics of snails, slugs, clams and mussels.

Unit 5.7: Worms p.56

Objective: Describe the observable characteristics of worms.

Unit 5.8: Comparing Invertebrates p.57

Objective: Compare the habitat and body structure of different invertebrates.

At A Glance Flow Chart p.58-59 Science Glossary p.60

HW: REVIEW FOR TEST - THURSDAY, OCT 29

(Unit 5: Invertebrates)

WEEK 9 - OCTOBER 26-30, 2020 ... HAPPY HALLOWEEN !

Invertebrates (handout)

Aim: To compare the characteristics of different invertebrates

Unit 5 Self-Check and vocabulary crossword and Review (handout)

The World of Arthropods! Can You Identify These Arthropods? (handout)

Aim: To identify animals belonging to arachnids, insects and crustaceans

Invertebrate Comic (handout)

Aim: To create a comic composed of invertebrate animals and their characteristics

Unit 5: Invertebrates TEST

HALLOWEEN BINGO PARTY !

 

October 30 - Ped Day - No School

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