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, Thur @ 9:15


WEEK 10 - NOVEMBER 2-6, 2020

Invertebrate Comic (handout) - If not finished in-class, complete for homework due FRIDAY, NOV 13

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

Unit 6.1: Requirements for Photosynthesis p.62

Objective: Know that the plants make their own food in a process called photosynthesis.

Unit 6.2: Process of Photosynthesis p.63

Objective: Investigate the requirements for photosynthesis to take place.

Unit 6.3: Storage of Starch

Objective: Learn that plants store excess food as starch.

At A Glance Flow Chart p.65 Science Glossary p.66

Photosynthesis Crossword - Leafy Green Food Factories (handout)

Unit 6 Self-Check (handout)


(for students who have opted to write the contest)

WEEK 11 - NOVEMBER 9-13, 2020

Unit 7.1: Reproduction p.67-69

Objective: Differentiate between sexual and asexual reproduction. Recognize that some living things reproduce sexually.

Unit 7.2: How Human Life Begins p.70-71

Objective: Explain the process of fertilization during sexual reproduction in humans.

Unit 7.3: Fertilized Egg p.72

Objective: Know that most living things develop from a fertilized egg.

At A Glance Flow Chart p.73 Science Glossary p.74

Unit 7 Self-Check and vocabulary crossword (handout)


(for students who have opted to write the contest)

WEEK 12 - NOVEMBER 16-20, 2020

Unit 8.1: Parts of A Flower p.76-77

Objective: Identify the parts of a flower.

Unit 8.2: Pollination p.78, Unit 8.3: Fertilization p.79 and Unit 8.4: From Flower To Fruit p.80

Objective: To understand the process involved in sexual reproduction of flowering plants.

Examining A Flower (handout)

Aim: To analyze the functions of the different parts of a flower

Gizmo (handout) - Pollination: Flower To Fruit @

Students will ...

- identify the parts of a flower

- describe the steps of plant reproduction

- explain the function of a fruit

- explain how pollen can get from one flower to another.

Flower Parts Crossword - The Secret Life of Plants (handout)

HW: REVIEW FOR TEST - THURSDAY, DEC 3 (212) and FRIDAY, DEC 4 (210 & 211)

Unit 8: Reproduction In Flowering Plants

November 20 - Ped Day - No School

WEEK 13 - NOVEMBER 23-27, 2020

November 23 - Ped Day - No School

Unit 8.5: Dispersal of Fruits and Seeds p.81-83

Objective: Identify how seeds are dispersed based on their structure.

Flower Parts and Seed Dispersal (handout)

Aim: To understand the importance of male and female parts in flowers. To analyze the structure of a fruit or seed in relation to its method of dispersal. 

Seed Dispersal Crossword - Seeds On The Move (handout)

Unit 8.6: Germination p.84

Objective: Investigate factors that are needed for seed germination. Explain the growth of flowering plants from seedling stage to flowering and fruiting stage. Identify factors essential for the growth of plants.

At A Glance Flow Chart p.85 Science Glossary p.86

Unit 8 Self-Check and vocabulary crossword (handout)

HW: REVIEW FOR TEST - THURSDAY, DEC 3 (212) and FRIDAY, DEC 4 (210 & 211)

Unit 8: Reproduction In Flowering Plants

WEEK 14 - NOVEMBER 30 - DECEMBER 4, 2020

Review Unit 8: Reproduction In Flowering Plants (handout)

Gizmo (handout) - Germination @

Students will...

- discover what conditions affect seed germination

- explore the effects of water, temperature, and light on seed germination

- discover that the requirements for germination will vary for different seeds

- design controlled experiments to test the effect of different variables on germination

TomatoSphere Seed Investigation -

Unit 8: Reproduction In Flowering Plants TEST - THURSDAY, DEC 3 (212) and FRIDAY, DEC 4 (210 & 211)

WEEK 15 - DECEMBER 7-11, 2020

Completed Gizmo (handout) - Germination @

Unit 9.1: Ecosystem p.87-89

Objective: Identify the biotic and abiotic components of an ecosystem.

Unit 9.3: Factors That Affect The Organisms in An Ecosystem p.92-96

Objective: Recognize that the number of living things an ecosystem can support depends on resources available and abiotic factors.

At A Glance Flow Chart p.97 Science Glossary p.98

Unit 9 Self-Check and Vocabulary Crossword  (handout)

WEEK 16 - DECEMBER 14-18, 2020

Unit 10.1: Living Things and Their Habitats  p.99-100


Unit 10.2: Adaptations of Living Things p. 101-113

Objective: Describe the structural and behavioural adaptations of animals and plants to the environment for survival.

Getting Air and Sunlight (handout)

Aim: To study the adaptations organisms have for getting air and sunlight

Moving On (handout)

Aim: To study the adaptations animals have for moving

Hide and Seek (handout)

Aim: To study the adaptations that animals have to protect themselves from their predators or environments

More Adaptations (handout)

Aim: To study the adaptations of animals and plants

Extreme Homes (handout)

Aim: To assess whether an animal is able to live in conditions different from its natural habitat

Unit 10.3: Extinct and Endangered Living Things p.114-115

Objective: Explain what happens to animals and plants when the environment changes. Know that some living things used to exist but are now extinct. Identify animals and plants that are near extinction or endangered.

At A Glance Flow Chart p.116-117 Science Glossary p.120




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