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Weathering , Erosion, and Deposition

4.ESS1.1 - Generate and support a claim with evidence that over long periods of time, erosion (weathering and transportation) and deposition have changed landscapes and created new landforms.
4.ESS2.1 - Collect and analyze data from observations to provide evidence that rocks, soils, and sediments are broken into smaller pieces through mechanical weathering (frost wedging, abrasion, tree root wedging) and are transported by water, ice, wind, gravity, and vegetation.

 

Activity with landslides 

How could you survive a landslide? (mysteryscience.com)

Earth day Activities 

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Layers of the Earth

4.ESS2.4 - Analyze and interpret data on the four layers of the Earth, including thickness, composition, and physical states of these layers.

Layers of earth 

Watch video and Discuss

Structure Of The Earth | The Dr. Binocs Show | Educational Videos For Kids - YouTube

Past Assignments

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Weathering , Erosion, and Deposition

4.ESS1.1 - Generate and support a claim with evidence that over long periods of time, erosion (weathering and transportation) and deposition have changed landscapes and created new landforms.
4.ESS2.1 - Collect and analyze data from observations to provide evidence that rocks, soils, and sediments are broken into smaller pieces through mechanical weathering (frost wedging, abrasion, tree root wedging) and are transported by water, ice, wind, gravity, and vegetation.

Watch Video and discuss

How could you survive a landslide? (mysteryscience.com)

Due:

Weathering , Erosion, and Deposition

4.ESS1.1 - Generate and support a claim with evidence that over long periods of time, erosion (weathering and transportation) and deposition have changed landscapes and created new landforms.
4.ESS2.1 - Collect and analyze data from observations to provide evidence that rocks, soils, and sediments are broken into smaller pieces through mechanical weathering (frost wedging, abrasion, tree root wedging) and are transported by water, ice, wind, gravity, and vegetation.

 

  • Classwork on Edulastic for a Skyward grade on weathering and erosion

Due:

Weathering , Erosion, and Deposition

4.ESS1.1 - Generate and support a claim with evidence that over long periods of time, erosion (weathering and transportation) and deposition have changed landscapes and created new landforms.
4.ESS2.1 - Collect and analyze data from observations to provide evidence that rocks, soils, and sediments are broken into smaller pieces through mechanical weathering (frost wedging, abrasion, tree root wedging) and are transported by water, ice, wind, gravity, and vegetation.

Read pgs. in science book 366-369

 

Have groups work on pgs. 374-375 together

Due:

Weathering , Erosion, and Deposition

4.ESS1.1 - Generate and support a claim with evidence that over long periods of time, erosion (weathering and transportation) and deposition have changed landscapes and created new landforms.
4.ESS2.1 - Collect and analyze data from observations to provide evidence that rocks, soils, and sediments are broken into smaller pieces through mechanical weathering (frost wedging, abrasion, tree root wedging) and are transported by water, ice, wind, gravity, and vegetation.

Weathering and Erosion Edpuzzle 

Edpuzzle on weathering, Erosion, and Deposition for a classwork grade in Skyward

Due:

Weathering , Erosion, and Deposition

4.ESS1.1 - Generate and support a claim with evidence that over long periods of time, erosion (weathering and transportation) and deposition have changed landscapes and created new landforms.
4.ESS2.1 - Collect and analyze data from observations to provide evidence that rocks, soils, and sediments are broken into smaller pieces through mechanical weathering (frost wedging, abrasion, tree root wedging) and are transported by water, ice, wind, gravity, and vegetation.
 
  • Read page with Weathering and Erosion definitions
  • Weathering and Erosion cut and paste activity

Due:

Weathering , Erosion, and Deposition

4.ESS1.1 - Generate and support a claim with evidence that over long periods of time, erosion (weathering and transportation) and deposition have changed landscapes and created new landforms.
4.ESS2.1 - Collect and analyze data from observations to provide evidence that rocks, soils, and sediments are broken into smaller pieces through mechanical weathering (frost wedging, abrasion, tree root wedging) and are transported by water, ice, wind, gravity, and vegetation.

 

Read pgs. 361-365 in science book

Due:

Weathering , Erosion, and Deposition

4.ESS1.1 - Generate and support a claim with evidence that over long periods of time, erosion (weathering and transportation) and deposition have changed landscapes and created new landforms.
4.ESS2.1 - Collect and analyze data from observations to provide evidence that rocks, soils, and sediments are broken into smaller pieces through mechanical weathering (frost wedging, abrasion, tree root wedging) and are transported by water, ice, wind, gravity, and vegetation.

Watch video 

Will a mountain last forever? (mysteryscience.com)

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Earth Space

4.ESS1.1 - Generate and support a claim with evidence that over long periods of time, erosion (weathering and transportation) and deposition have changed landscapes and created new landforms.
4.ESS2.1 - Collect and analyze data from observations to provide evidence that rocks, soils, and sediments are broken into smaller pieces through mechanical weathering (frost wedging, abrasion, tree root wedging) and are transported by water, ice, wind, gravity, and vegetation.

Watch video 

Will a mountain last forever? (mysteryscience.com)

Due:

Earth Space

4.ESS1.1 - Generate and support a claim with evidence that over long periods of time, erosion (weathering and transportation) and deposition have changed landscapes and created new landforms.
4.ESS2.1 - Collect and analyze data from observations to provide evidence that rocks, soils, and sediments are broken into smaller pieces through mechanical weathering (frost wedging, abrasion, tree root wedging) and are transported by water, ice, wind, gravity, and vegetation.

Volcanoes Quizizz for a classwork grade in Skyward

Volcanoes | Earth Sciences - Quizizz

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Earth Space

4.ESS1.1 - Generate and support a claim with evidence that over long periods of time, erosion (weathering and transportation) and deposition have changed landscapes and created new landforms.

Watch video and Discuss

 

Why do some volcanoes explode? (mysteryscience.com)

 

 

Remember when we talked about earthquakes?

USGS confirms 2.0 magnitude earthquake near Cades Cove (wvlt.tv)

 

 

USGS reports two earthquakes in East Tennessee on Easter Sunday | WATE 6 On Your Side

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Earth Space

4.ESS2.2 - Interpret maps to determine that the location of mountain ranges, deep ocean trenches, volcanoes, and earthquakes occur in patterns.

watch video

[Why series] Earth Science Episode 2 - Volcanoes, Earthquakes, and Plate Boundaries - YouTube

 

Label earthquakes, volcanoes and mountain ranges on a map for a grade in skyward 

 

Use pages 6&7

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location of mountain ranges, deep ocean trenches, volcanoes, and earthquakes

4.ESS2.2 - Interpret maps to determine that the location of mountain ranges, deep ocean trenches, volcanoes, and earthquakes occur in patterns.

watch video

[Why series] Earth Science Episode 2 - Volcanoes, Earthquakes, and Plate Boundaries - YouTube

 

Label earthquakes, volcanoes and mountain ranges on a map for a grade in skyward 

 

Use pages 6&7

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location of mountain ranges, deep ocean trenches, volcanoes, and earthquakes

4.ESS2.2 - Interpret maps to determine that the location of mountain ranges, deep ocean trenches, volcanoes, and earthquakes occur in patterns.

watch video

[Why series] Earth Science Episode 2 - Volcanoes, Earthquakes, and Plate Boundaries - YouTube

 

Label earthquakes, volcanoes and mountain ranges on a map for a grade in skyward 

 

Use pages 6&7

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location of mountain ranges, deep ocean trenches, volcanoes, and earthquakes

4.ESS2.2 - Interpret maps to determine that the location of mountain ranges, deep ocean trenches, volcanoes, and earthquakes occur in patterns.

Science book pgs. 382-391

occur in patterns.

Science book pgs. 382-391

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Volcanoes

4.ESS2.2 - Interpret maps to determine that the location of mountain ranges, deep ocean trenches, volcanoes, and earthquakes occur in patterns.

Complete activity on volcanoes and plotting them on a map

 

Could a volcano pop up where you live? (mysteryscience.com)

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Earth Space

4.ESS2.2 - Interpret maps to determine that the location of mountain ranges, deep ocean trenches, volcanoes, and earthquakes occur in patterns.

Read pgs. 392-393

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Earth Space

4.ESS2.2 - Interpret maps to determine that the location of mountain ranges, deep ocean trenches, volcanoes, and earthquakes occur in patterns.

Watch Video and Discuss

 

Could a volcano pop up where you live? (mysteryscience.com)

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Earth Space

4.ESS1.2 - Use a model to explain how the orbit of the Earth and sun cause observable patterns: a. day and night; b. changes in length and direction of shadows over a day.

Edulastic for a classwork grade on Earth and Sun

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Earth Space

4.ESS1.2 - Use a model to explain how the orbit of the Earth and sun cause observable patterns: a. day and night; b. changes in length and direction of shadows over a day.

Watch video on Who set the first clock? (mysteryscience.com

 

Talk about video as a class

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Earth Space

4.ESS1.2 - Use a model to explain how the orbit of the Earth and sun cause observable patterns: a. day and night; b. changes in length and direction of shadows over a day.

Read pages 336-339 in Science Book

 

Complete Pg. 345 with a partner for practice with the vocabulary for the unit

 

Go over page as a class

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Earth Space

4.ESS1.2 - Use a model to explain how the orbit of the Earth and sun cause observable patterns: a. day and night; b. changes in length and direction of shadows over a day.

Read pages 336-339 in Science Book

 

Complete Pg. 345 with a partner for practice with the vocabulary for the unit

 

Go over page as a class

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Earth Space

4.ESS1.2 - Use a model to explain how the orbit of the Earth and sun cause observable patterns: a. day and night; b. changes in length and direction of shadows over a day.

Earth and Space Unit 

 

How fast does the Earth spin? (mysteryscience.com)

 

Watch video and complete the activity (Sun and Earth Models) 

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Earth Space

4.ESS1.2 - Use a model to explain how the orbit of the Earth and sun cause observable patterns: a. day and night; b. changes in length and direction of shadows over a day.

Start Earth and Space Unit 

 

How fast does the Earth spin? (mysteryscience.com)

 

Watch video and talk about it 

 

Exit ticket: answer in TEAMS 

 

Is it the sun moving around the earth or the earth moving around the sun? Explain.

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Science common assessment

Science common assessment

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Review

Review up to this point

 

4th Grade Science Review | Other - Quizizz

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Make-Up

Make- up any work that is needed. 

 

Second half of big fish game

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Test

Ecosystems Test on Edulastic

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ecosystem

Big fish Ecosystem game

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ecosystem

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Math Common Assessment

Common Assessment

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Food Chains

Food Chain/Food Web on quizizz - Classwork grade in skyward

 

Food Webs | General Science - Quizizz

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Food Chains

4.LS2.3 - Using information about the roles of organisms (producers, consumers, decomposers), evaluate how those roles in food chains are interconnected in a food web, and communicate how the organisms are continuously able to meet their needs in a stable food web.

Food webs

Page 316- 320 in Science book

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Food Chains

4.LS2.2 - Develop models of terrestrial and aquatic food chains to describe the movement of energy among producers, herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, and decomposers.
4.LS2.4 - Develop and use models to determine the effects of introducing a species to, or removing a species from, an ecosystem and how either one can damage the balance of an ecosystem.

Create models of aquatic and/or terrestrial food chains

 

This can be done as a powerpoint or on paper for a quiz grade in skyward

 

Talk about how removing/adding a species would change the balance of the ecosystem 

 

Students can explore/research more on these websites

Marine food webs — Science Learning Hub

 

Food Webs and Food Chains for Kids | Science Lesson for Grades 3-5 (generationgenius.com)

 

Food Web Lesson for Kids: Definition & Examples - Video & Lesson Transcript | Study.com

 

Science for Kids: World Biomes and Ecosystems (ducksters.com)

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Food Chains

4.LS2.3 - Using information about the roles of organisms (producers, consumers, decomposers), evaluate how those roles in food chains are interconnected in a food web, and communicate how the organisms are continuously able to meet their needs in a stable food web.

Food web

 

Edpuzzle

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Food Chains

4.LS2.3 - Using information about the roles of organisms (producers, consumers, decomposers), evaluate how those roles in food chains are interconnected in a food web, and communicate how the organisms are continuously able to meet their needs in a stable food web.

 

 

  • Read/discuss page 306-307 in Science textbook
  • Flow of energy - How are the parts of a food chain connected?
  • Worksheet Rainforest Food Chain

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producers, consumers, and decomposers

4.LS2.3 - Using information about the roles of organisms (producers, consumers, decomposers), evaluate how those roles in food chains are interconnected in a food web, and communicate how the organisms are continuously able to meet their needs in a stable food web.
  • Read/discuss page 306-307 in Science textbook
  • Flow of energy - How are the parts of a food chain connected?

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producers, consumers, and decomposers

4.LS2.3 - Using information about the roles of organisms (producers, consumers, decomposers), evaluate how those roles in food chains are interconnected in a food web, and communicate how the organisms are continuously able to meet their needs in a stable food web.
  • Read/discuss page 306-307 in Science textbook

 

  • Students will participate food web activity using string to show how the flow of energy is connected between members of an ecosystem and what happens when a member of that ecosystem disappears.

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producers, consumers, and decomposers

4.LS2.3 - Using information about the roles of organisms (producers, consumers, decomposers), evaluate how those roles in food chains are interconnected in a food web, and communicate how the organisms are continuously able to meet their needs in a stable food web.

Food Chain Edpuzzle 

 

Edpuzzle

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producers, consumers, and decomposers

4.LS2.2 - Develop models of terrestrial and aquatic food chains to describe the movement of energy among producers, herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, and decomposers.
4.LS2.3 - Using information about the roles of organisms (producers, consumers, decomposers), evaluate how those roles in food chains are interconnected in a food web, and communicate how the organisms are continuously able to meet their needs in a stable food web.
4.LS2.4 - Develop and use models to determine the effects of introducing a species to, or removing a species from, an ecosystem and how either one can damage the balance of an ecosystem.

Have students watch video on their own or watch together- students will need a piece of paper to create the guided drawing to use to study.

 

 

Ecosystems for Kids (FULL w/ Guided Drawing): Producers, Consumers, Decomposers, & Cycles of Matter - YouTube

Due:

producers, consumers, and decomposers

4.LS2.2 - Develop models of terrestrial and aquatic food chains to describe the movement of energy among producers, herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, and decomposers.
4.LS2.3 - Using information about the roles of organisms (producers, consumers, decomposers), evaluate how those roles in food chains are interconnected in a food web, and communicate how the organisms are continuously able to meet their needs in a stable food web.

 Food Chains

 

Complete producers, consumers, and decomposers flipbook.

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Types of Animals

4.LS2.2 - Develop models of terrestrial and aquatic food chains to describe the movement of energy among producers, herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, and decomposers.

read "Everything has a Purpose" 

 

complete cloze passage with it for a grade in skyward

Due:

Food Chains

4.LS2.2 - Develop models of terrestrial and aquatic food chains to describe the movement of energy among producers, herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, and decomposers.
4.LS2.3 - Using information about the roles of organisms (producers, consumers, decomposers), evaluate how those roles in food chains are interconnected in a food web, and communicate how the organisms are continuously able to meet their needs in a stable food web.

 Food Chains

Complete producers, consumers, and decomposers flipbook.

Due:

Food Chains

4.LS2.2 - Develop models of terrestrial and aquatic food chains to describe the movement of energy among producers, herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, and decomposers.

 Food Chains

Read "Everything Has a Purpose" handout

Complete "Producers, Consumers, and Decomposers Cloze Read" for a grade in Skyward.

Due:

Food Chains

4.LS2.2 - Develop models of terrestrial and aquatic food chains to describe the movement of energy among producers, herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, and decomposers.

Food Chains

Handout Food Chains study paper

Watch video  Fabulous Food Chains: Crash Course Kids #7.1 - YouTube

Read/Discuss "Food Chains" handout

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Types of Animals Test

4.LS2.2 - Develop models of terrestrial and aquatic food chains to describe the movement of energy among producers, herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, and decomposers.

 

Types of animals Test - Omnivores, herbivores, carnivores

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Types of Animals: Omnivores

4.LS2.2 - Develop models of terrestrial and aquatic food chains to describe the movement of energy among producers, herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, and decomposers.

Ecosystem Cloze passage for a grade in skyward

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Types of Animals: Omnivores

4.LS2.2 - Develop models of terrestrial and aquatic food chains to describe the movement of energy among producers, herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, and decomposers.

Ecosystems passage- read and discuss

Exit ticket- Two things you didn't know about ecosystems. Call on students to give a few. 

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Types of Animals: Omnivores

4.LS2.2 - Develop models of terrestrial and aquatic food chains to describe the movement of energy among producers, herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, and decomposers.

Types of animals: Omnivores 

 

Omnivore classwork on Edulastic for a grade on skyward

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Types of Animals: Omnivores

4.LS2.2 - Develop models of terrestrial and aquatic food chains to describe the movement of energy among producers, herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, and decomposers.

Types of Animals: Omnivores

Finish "Omnivore Trifold Booklet"

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Types of Animals: Omnivores

4.LS2.2 - Develop models of terrestrial and aquatic food chains to describe the movement of energy among producers, herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, and decomposers.

Types of Animals: Omnivores

Finish "Omnivore Trifold Booklet"

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Types of Animals: Omnivores

4.LS2.2 - Develop models of terrestrial and aquatic food chains to describe the movement of energy among producers, herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, and decomposers.

Types of Animals: Omnivores

  • Review Fact or Fiction handout from yesterday.
  • Complete "Omnivore Trifold Booklet"

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Types of Animals: Omnivores

4.LS2.2 - Develop models of terrestrial and aquatic food chains to describe the movement of energy among producers, herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, and decomposers.

Types of Animals: Omnivores

Read "Omnivores" handout

Complete "Fact or Fiction" handout the type the 6 facts on word document about carnivores and upload to teams for a grade in skyward.

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Types of Animals: Carnivores

4.LS2.2 - Develop models of terrestrial and aquatic food chains to describe the movement of energy among producers, herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, and decomposers.

Types of animals: Carnivores 

 

Edulastic Classwork for a grade in skyward.

Due:

Types of Animals: Carnivores

4.LS2.2 - Develop models of terrestrial and aquatic food chains to describe the movement of energy among producers, herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, and decomposers.

Types of Animals: Carnivore

 

  • Finish "Carnivore Trifold Booklet" 

Due:

Types of Animals: Carnivores

4.LS2.2 - Develop models of terrestrial and aquatic food chains to describe the movement of energy among producers, herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, and decomposers.

Types of Animals: Carnivores

  • Review Fact or Fiction from yesterday.
  • Complete "Carnivore Trifold Booklet"

Due:

Types of Animals: Carnivores

4.LS2.2 - Develop models of terrestrial and aquatic food chains to describe the movement of energy among producers, herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, and decomposers.

Types of Animals:  Carnivores

 

Read/Discuss "Carnivores" handout

 

Complete "Fact or Fiction"  Write 6 facts on word document about carnivores and upload to teams for a grade in skyward.

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Types of Animals: Herbivores

4.LS2.2 - Develop models of terrestrial and aquatic food chains to describe the movement of energy among producers, herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, and decomposers.

Herbivores classwork on Edulastic for a grade on skyward

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Types of Animals: Herbivores

4.LS2.2 - Develop models of terrestrial and aquatic food chains to describe the movement of energy among producers, herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, and decomposers.

Types of Animals: Herbivores

 

Review Fact or Fiction handout from yesterday.

 

Complete "Herbivore Trifold Booklet"

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Herbivores

4.LS2.2 - Develop models of terrestrial and aquatic food chains to describe the movement of energy among producers, herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, and decomposers.

Edulastic practice - Classwork for a grade on Herbivores

Due:

Herbivores

4.LS2.2 - Develop models of terrestrial and aquatic food chains to describe the movement of energy among producers, herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, and decomposers.

Types of Animals: Herbivores

 

Review Fact or Fiction handout from yesterday.

 

Complete "Herbivore Trifold Booklet"

Due:

Herbivores

4.LS2.2 - Develop models of terrestrial and aquatic food chains to describe the movement of energy among producers, herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, and decomposers.

Types of Animals: Herbivores

 

types of animals video students can watch on their own

Herbivore, Carnivore, Omnivore (Song) - YouTube

 

Read/Discuss "Herbivores" (handout)

Complete "Fact or Fiction" handout for a grade in Skyward. (Note: Instead of having students color the pictures, they should circle the pictures that are facts and underline the text evidence for each in the text.

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Biomes

4.LS2.2 - Develop models of terrestrial and aquatic food chains to describe the movement of energy among producers, herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, and decomposers.

Read/Discuss "Biomes(handout)

Terrestrial or Aquatic (handout)

Venn (compare/contrast)

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Biomes

4.LS2.2 - Develop models of terrestrial and aquatic food chains to describe the movement of energy among producers, herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, and decomposers.

Read/Discuss "Biomes(handout)

Terrestrial or Aquatic (handout)

Venn (compare/contrast)

Due:

Plants- Photosynthesis

4.LS2.1 - Support an argument with evidence that plants get the materials they need for growth and reproduction chiefly through a process in which they use carbon dioxide from the air, water, and energy from the sun to produce sugars, plant materials, and waste (oxygen); and that this process is called photosynthesis.

Photosynthesis Quiz on Edulastic

Due:

Plants- Photosynthesis

4.LS2.1 - Support an argument with evidence that plants get the materials they need for growth and reproduction chiefly through a process in which they use carbon dioxide from the air, water, and energy from the sun to produce sugars, plant materials, and waste (oxygen); and that this process is called photosynthesis.

Create a photosynthesis plant power point based on rubric to help study for photosynthesis quiz with table group or on their own.

Due:

Plants- Photosynthesis

4.LS2.1 - Support an argument with evidence that plants get the materials they need for growth and reproduction chiefly through a process in which they use carbon dioxide from the air, water, and energy from the sun to produce sugars, plant materials, and waste (oxygen); and that this process is called photosynthesis.

Finish Flip-book and watch video on photosynthesis

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D1Ymc311XS8

Due:

Plants- Photosynthesis

4.LS2.1 - Support an argument with evidence that plants get the materials they need for growth and reproduction chiefly through a process in which they use carbon dioxide from the air, water, and energy from the sun to produce sugars, plant materials, and waste (oxygen); and that this process is called photosynthesis.

 

 Let's Make Some Food! (A Photosynthesis Reader's Theater)

Complete "Steps of Photosynthesis Flip Book"

Due:

Plants- Photosynthesis

Benchmark

Due:

Plants- Photosynthesis

4.LS2.1 - Support an argument with evidence that plants get the materials they need for growth and reproduction chiefly through a process in which they use carbon dioxide from the air, water, and energy from the sun to produce sugars, plant materials, and waste (oxygen); and that this process is called photosynthesis.

Finish Flip-book and watch video on photosynthesis

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D1Ymc311XS8

Due:

Plants- Photosynthesis

4.LS2.1 - Support an argument with evidence that plants get the materials they need for growth and reproduction chiefly through a process in which they use carbon dioxide from the air, water, and energy from the sun to produce sugars, plant materials, and waste (oxygen); and that this process is called photosynthesis.

 Let's Make Some Food! (A Photosynthesis Reader's Theater)

Complete "Steps of Photosynthesis Flip Book"

Due:

Plants- Photosynthesis

4.LS2.1 - Support an argument with evidence that plants get the materials they need for growth and reproduction chiefly through a process in which they use carbon dioxide from the air, water, and energy from the sun to produce sugars, plant materials, and waste (oxygen); and that this process is called photosynthesis.

Photosynthesis Edpuzzle for a classwork grade in skyward 

 https://edpuzzle.com/media/5fc7a67f68628740756c5a23

Due:

Plants- Photosynthesis

4.LS2.1 - Support an argument with evidence that plants get the materials they need for growth and reproduction chiefly through a process in which they use carbon dioxide from the air, water, and energy from the sun to produce sugars, plant materials, and waste (oxygen); and that this process is called photosynthesis.

Read about photosynthesis and answer questions. Cloze Passage- for a grade in Skyward

Due:

Plants- Photosynthesis

4.LS2.1 - Support an argument with evidence that plants get the materials they need for growth and reproduction chiefly through a process in which they use carbon dioxide from the air, water, and energy from the sun to produce sugars, plant materials, and waste (oxygen); and that this process is called photosynthesis.

Introduction to Unit 5 Plants and Animals

Go over two handouts:

Parts of a plant and Photosynthesis

Due:

Light and Sound

Complete any unfinished science for the week

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Light and Sound Unit 4 Test

4.PS4.1 - Use a model of a simple wave to explain regular patterns of amplitude, wavelength, and direction.
4.PS4.2 - Describe how the colors of available light sources and the bending of light waves determine what we see.
4.PS4.3 - Investigate how lenses and digital devices like computers or cell phones use waves to enhance human senses.

Sound and Light Energy Test on Edulastic

Due:

Light and Sound

4.PS4.1 - Use a model of a simple wave to explain regular patterns of amplitude, wavelength, and direction.
4.PS4.2 - Describe how the colors of available light sources and the bending of light waves determine what we see.
4.PS4.3 - Investigate how lenses and digital devices like computers or cell phones use waves to enhance human senses.

Sound and Light Energy Review 

finish edulastic

go over vocabulary definitions

watch previous videos to refresh memory

Due:

Light and Sound

4.PS4.1 - Use a model of a simple wave to explain regular patterns of amplitude, wavelength, and direction.
4.PS4.2 - Describe how the colors of available light sources and the bending of light waves determine what we see.
4.PS4.3 - Investigate how lenses and digital devices like computers or cell phones use waves to enhance human senses.
 
Edulastic practice/Review for test 

Due:

Light and Sound

4.PS4.2 - Describe how the colors of available light sources and the bending of light waves determine what we see.

Watch Edpuzzle video on light and answer questions

 

https://edpuzzle.com/media/5fa8b34f1df6d340ef95edc2

Due:

Light and Sound

4.PS4.3 - Investigate how lenses and digital devices like computers or cell phones use waves to enhance human senses.
4.PS4.2 - Describe how the colors of available light sources and the bending of light waves determine what we see.

Light Energy Classwork Practice 

For a grade in Edulastic

https://quizizz.com/admin/quiz/590c7889f1ff88110054a192/th-grade-light-unit

Due:

Light and Sound

Finish classwork if not complete

 

Review for test with edulastic quiz

Due:

Light and Sound

4.PS4.1 - Use a model of a simple wave to explain regular patterns of amplitude, wavelength, and direction.
4.PS4.2 - Describe how the colors of available light sources and the bending of light waves determine what we see.
4.PS4.3 - Investigate how lenses and digital devices like computers or cell phones use waves to enhance human senses.

 

Finish reading Light chapter in book

Due:

Light and Sound

4.PS4.1 - Use a model of a simple wave to explain regular patterns of amplitude, wavelength, and direction.
4.PS4.2 - Describe how the colors of available light sources and the bending of light waves determine what we see.
4.PS4.3 - Investigate how lenses and digital devices like computers or cell phones use waves to enhance human senses.

Sound and Energy Quiz on Edulastic 

Use classwork to study

Go over the most missed questions on the quiz

Due:

Light and Sound

4.PS4.2 - Describe how the colors of available light sources and the bending of light waves determine what we see.

Watch Youtube video on light. 

 

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d7yTlp4gBTI

 

 

"Exit Ticket" On an index card write 3 things you have learned from the video 

Due:

Light

4.PS4.2 - Describe how the colors of available light sources and the bending of light waves determine what we see.

Light Energy 

Science Book Pg. 182-187

Due:

Light and Sound

4.PS4.2 - Describe how the colors of available light sources and the bending of light waves determine what we see.

Light Energy 

Science Book pg. 177-182

Due:

Light and Sound

4.PS4.2 - Describe how the colors of available light sources and the bending of light waves determine what we see.

 

Light Energy

Science book pg. 170-173

 

Edulastic Practice for a grade in skyward

Due:

Light and Sound

4.PS4.3 - Investigate how lenses and digital devices like computers or cell phones use waves to enhance human senses.

Pages 154-159 and 166 In Science book

Due:

Sound

Due:

Mystery Science

Due:

Sound

4.PS4.1 - Use a model of a simple wave to explain regular patterns of amplitude, wavelength, and direction.

Sound waves and travel. Students will watch edpuzzle and answer questions independently

https://edpuzzle.com/media/5f713dd4aad10f408bb1e4d1

Due:

Sound

4.PS4.1 - Use a model of a simple wave to explain regular patterns of amplitude, wavelength, and direction.
4.PS4.3 - Investigate how lenses and digital devices like computers or cell phones use waves to enhance human senses.

Sound waves and wavelengths

https://mysteryscience.com/waves/mystery-3/sound-waves-wavelength/52?r=68950948

Due:

Sound

4.PS4.1 - Use a model of a simple wave to explain regular patterns of amplitude, wavelength, and direction.

Sound and Vibrations

Balloon Experiment 

https://mysteryscience.com/waves/mystery-2/sound-vibrations/51?r=68950948

Due:

Sound

4.PS4.1 - Use a model of a simple wave to explain regular patterns of amplitude, wavelength, and direction.
4.PS4.3 - Investigate how lenses and digital devices like computers or cell phones use waves to enhance human senses.

 

Read page 151-152 in science book and complete pages 160-161

Due:

Sounds and Vibrations

4.PS4.1 - Use a model of a simple wave to explain regular patterns of amplitude, wavelength, and direction.
4.PS4.3 - Investigate how lenses and digital devices like computers or cell phones use waves to enhance human senses.

Sound and Vibrations

https://mysteryscience.com/waves/mystery-2/sound-vibrations/51?r=68950948

Due:

Sound

4.PS4.1 - Use a model of a simple wave to explain regular patterns of amplitude, wavelength, and direction.
4.PS4.3 - Investigate how lenses and digital devices like computers or cell phones use waves to enhance human senses.

Cup and string experiment (no partners just the first part of exploration)

https://mysteryscience.com/waves/mystery-1/sound-vibration-engineering/50?r=68950948

Due:

Sound

4.PS4.1 - Use a model of a simple wave to explain regular patterns of amplitude, wavelength, and direction.
4.PS4.3 - Investigate how lenses and digital devices like computers or cell phones use waves to enhance human senses.

Read Dusters passage on sound (attached)

Classwork grade: Sound quizizz 

https://quizizz.com/admin/quiz/5f8b6dc85c2c37001c5a9d02/basics-of-sound-classwork

Due:

Intro to Sound

4.PS4.1 - Use a model of a simple wave to explain regular patterns of amplitude, wavelength, and direction.
4.PS4.3 - Investigate how lenses and digital devices like computers or cell phones use waves to enhance human senses.

Introduction to sound 

https://mysteryscience.com/waves/mystery-1/sound-vibration-engineering/50?r=68950948

Go over vocabulary together

https://quizizz.com/admin/quiz/5da4cf619730c6001ae6e1eb/mystery-science-waves-of-sound-vocabulary

Due:

Heat Energy

4.PS3.1 - Use evidence to explain the cause and effect relationship between the speed of an object and the energy of an object.
4.PS3.2 - Observe and explain the relationship between potential energy and kinetic energy.
 

Heat Energy 

https://mysteryscience.com/energy/mystery-7/heat-energy-energy-transfer/268?r=68950948

Edulastic on Electrical Energy and Heat Energy for a grade on skyward

Due:

Heat Energy

4.PS3.1 - Use evidence to explain the cause and effect relationship between the speed of an object and the energy of an object.
4.PS3.2 - Observe and explain the relationship between potential energy and kinetic energy.

 

Heat Energy 

https://mysteryscience.com/energy/mystery-7/heat-energy-energy-transfer/268?r=68950948

Edulastic on Electrical Energy and Heat Energy for a grade on skyward

Due:

Lesson 6: Electrical Energy Video

4.PS3.2 - Observe and explain the relationship between potential energy and kinetic energy.

Lesson 6: Electrical Energy Video

 

https://mysteryscience.com/energy/mystery-6/electrical-energy/37?r=68950948

 

Discuss video

Due:

Energy

4.PS3.2 - Observe and explain the relationship between potential energy and kinetic energy.

Watch Lesson 4: Energy Transfer and Engineering

https://mysteryscience.com/energy/mystery-4/energy-transfer-engineering/35?r=68950948#slide-id-0https://mysteryscience.com/energy/mystery-4/energy-transfer-engineering/35?r=68950948#slide-id-0

Due:

Energy

4.PS3.1 - Use evidence to explain the cause and effect relationship between the speed of an object and the energy of an object.
4.PS3.3 - Describe how stored energy can be converted into another form for practical use.

 

Lesson 3 Energy Transfer and Engineering Classwork on Edulastic

For a classwork grade

Due:

Energy

4.PS3.1 - Use evidence to explain the cause and effect relationship between the speed of an object and the energy of an object.
4.PS3.3 - Describe how stored energy can be converted into another form for practical use.

Lesson 3: Energy Transfer and Engineering

 

Watch Video

https://mysteryscience.com/energy/mystery-3/energy-transfer-engineering/381?r=68950948 

Due:

Electrical Energy

4.PS3.2 - Observe and explain the relationship between potential energy and kinetic energy.

 

Lesson 6: Electrical Energy Video

 

https://mysteryscience.com/energy/mystery-6/electrical-energy/37?r=68950948

Discuss video

Due:

Energy

4.PS3.2 - Observe and explain the relationship between potential energy and kinetic energy.

 

Watch Lesson 4: Energy Transfer and Engineering

Discuss

 

https://mysteryscience.com/energy/mystery-4/energy-transfer-engineering/35?r=68950948#slide-id-0https://mysteryscience.com/energy/mystery-4/energy-transfer-engineering/35?r=68950948#slide-id-0

Students can play online engineering game

http://www.engineering.com/GamesPuzzles/DynamicSystems.aspx

Due:

Energy

4.PS3.1 - Use evidence to explain the cause and effect relationship between the speed of an object and the energy of an object.
4.PS3.3 - Describe how stored energy can be converted into another form for practical use.

 

Lesson 3 Energy Transfer and Engineering Classwork on Edulastic

Due:

Energy

4.PS3.1 - Use evidence to explain the cause and effect relationship between the speed of an object and the energy of an object.
4.PS3.3 - Describe how stored energy can be converted into another form for practical use.

Lesson 3: Energy Transfer and Engineering

 

Watch Video

https://mysteryscience.com/energy/mystery-3/energy-transfer-engineering/381?r=68950948 

Due:

Energy

4.PS3.1 - Use evidence to explain the cause and effect relationship between the speed of an object and the energy of an object.
4.PS3.2 - Observe and explain the relationship between potential energy and kinetic energy.
4.PS3.3 - Describe how stored energy can be converted into another form for practical use.

Activity from Lesson 2

https://mysteryscience.com/energy/mystery-2/collisions-energy-transfer/380?r=68950948#slide-id-6350

Continue bumper car rollercoaster.

Due:

Energy

Lesson 3: Energy Transfer and Engineering

 

Watch Video

https://mysteryscience.com/energy/mystery-3/energy-transfer-engineering/381?r=68950948 

Due:

Energy

4.PS3.1 - Use evidence to explain the cause and effect relationship between the speed of an object and the energy of an object.
4.PS3.2 - Observe and explain the relationship between potential energy and kinetic energy.
4.PS3.3 - Describe how stored energy can be converted into another form for practical use.

Activity from Lesson 2

 

https://mysteryscience.com/energy/mystery-2/collisions-energy-transfer/380?r=68950948#slide-id-6350

 

Continue bumper car rollercoaster.

Due:

Energy

4.PS3.1 - Use evidence to explain the cause and effect relationship between the speed of an object and the energy of an object.
4.PS3.2 - Observe and explain the relationship between potential energy and kinetic energy.
4.PS3.3 - Describe how stored energy can be converted into another form for practical use.

Activity from Lesson 2

 

https://mysteryscience.com/energy/mystery-2/collisions-energy-transfer/380?r=68950948#slide-id-6350

 

Make bumper car rollercoaster.

 

Stop at natural stopping point slide

Due:

Energy

4.PS3.1 - Use evidence to explain the cause and effect relationship between the speed of an object and the energy of an object.
4.PS3.2 - Observe and explain the relationship between potential energy and kinetic energy.

Edulastic Science quiz on Lessons 1 and 2

Due:

Energy

4.PS3.1 - Use evidence to explain the cause and effect relationship between the speed of an object and the energy of an object.
4.PS3.2 - Observe and explain the relationship between potential energy and kinetic energy.

Watch video on Energy

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q0LBegPWzrg

 

Discuss

Classwork:

https://quizizz.com/admin/quiz/5f55002b0f3090001bec30f8/energy-th-grade

Due:

Loss of Learning Test

Loss of Learning Test

Due:

Loss of Learning Test

Loss of learning test

Due:

Energy

4.PS3.1 - Use evidence to explain the cause and effect relationship between the speed of an object and the energy of an object.
4.PS3.3 - Describe how stored energy can be converted into another form for practical use.

Lesson 2: Collisions and Energy Transfer

Watch video

https://mysteryscience.com/energy/mystery-2/collisions-energy-transfer/380?r=68950948

Due:

Energy

4.PS3.1 - Use evidence to explain the cause and effect relationship between the speed of an object and the energy of an object.
4.PS3.2 - Observe and explain the relationship between potential energy and kinetic energy.

Review potential and kinetic energy 

Watch brainpop 

brainpop.com/search/?keyword=Potential+Energy">https://www.brainpop.com/search/?keyword=Potential+Energy#

Classwork practice on Edulastic 

Due:

Energy

4.PS3.1 - Use evidence to explain the cause and effect relationship between the speed of an object and the energy of an object.
4.PS3.2 - Observe and explain the relationship between potential energy and kinetic energy.

Review potential and kinetic energy 

Watch brainpop 

brainpop.com/search/?keyword=Potential+Energy">https://www.brainpop.com/search/?keyword=Potential+Energy#

Classwork practice on Edulastic 

Due:

Energy

4.PS3.1 - Use evidence to explain the cause and effect relationship between the speed of an object and the energy of an object.

Finish Twist-O-Matic and test the ride 

Fill out worksheet when conducting the trials. 

Due:

Energy

4.PS3.1 - Use evidence to explain the cause and effect relationship between the speed of an object and the energy of an object.

Activity from yesterdays video. 

Start making Twist-O-Matic ride. 

Exit ticket on Forms.

Due:

Energy

4.PS3.1 - Use evidence to explain the cause and effect relationship between the speed of an object and the energy of an object.

Lesson 1: Speed and Energy 

Watch video and discuss

Due:

Energy

4.PS3.2 - Observe and explain the relationship between potential energy and kinetic energy.

Introduce Energy

https://www.generationgenius.com/videolessons/potential-vs-kinetic-energy-video-for-kids/

Discuss video

Classwork : Quizizz  

https://quizizz.com/admin/quiz/5d6bec4add2c7c001a717160/th-energy

Due:

Science Test

4.ETS2.1 - Use appropriate tools and measurements to build a model.

 

Unit 1 Science Test on TEAMS- Forms

Due:

Review for test

4.ETS2.1 - Use appropriate tools and measurements to build a model.

 

Review for Test Friday

 

https://kahoot.it/challenge/09263673?challenge-id=c274debb-83b4-4585-8e75-b3be736beb9d_1597965064970

Due:

Unit 1 Lesson 6: How can you model a school?

4.ETS2.1 - Use appropriate tools and measurements to build a model.

 

Unit 1 Lesson 6: How can you model a school?

You Do: Explain how you would make a model school. What would you use? How would you design it? 

https://www-k6.thinkcentral.com/content/hsp/science/fusion/common/dlo_player/digital_lessons/na/G4_NI_00006-PU/index.html?type=teacher&grade=4&program=HMH_TN_Science

Due:

What kinds of Models do Scientists Use?

4.ETS2.1 - Use appropriate tools and measurements to build a model.

 

Unit 1 Lesson 5: What Kinds of Models Do Scientists Use?

 

Read PP

 

You Do: Edulastic 

Due:

Science Quiz

4.ETS2.1 - Use appropriate tools and measurements to build a model.

 

Science Quiz on TEAMS in Forms

Due:

Make-up Day

Compete any work needed from this week. If all work is completed, students will work on IXL Science.

Due:

How Do Scientist Collect and Use Data?

4.ETS2.1 - Use appropriate tools and measurements to build a model.

Unit 1 Lesson 3

Read and discuss Part 2 of PP

Exit Ticket

Due:

How Do Scientist Collect and Use Data

4.ETS2.1 - Use appropriate tools and measurements to build a model.

Unit 1 Lesson 3

How do scientists collect and use data?

Read and discuss Part 1 of PP

Due:

What Skills Do Scientist Use?

4.ETS2.1 - Use appropriate tools and measurements to build a model.

Unit 1 Lesson 2

What skills do Scientists use?

Read and Discuss PP.

Quizizz.com assignment

Edulastic.com assignment

Due:

What Do Scientist Do?

4.ETS2.1 - Use appropriate tools and measurements to build a model.

Unit 1 Lesson 1

What Do Scientists Do?

Read and Discuss PP

Edpuzzle Interactive Video

Edulastic Assignment