Each cell, under a specific grade level contains 3 lesson plans and student worksheets per week.  Multimedia activities, web links, and dictionaries can also be found.  Lesson plans increase in difficulty through the grades.  Each grade level builds knowledge in a logical sequence. When printing directly from the Internet Explorer, the pages have to be set up before printing.  Click here for instructions. Printable version and workbooks can be downloaded by clicking here.  Printable version of the below Scope and Sequence click here.


K 1 2 3 4 5 6
& Math

(3 week)

Tools of Discovery,

Describing Discoveries,

Estimating, Predicting,

Linear, Volumetric, Experiments

Plotting Data, Perception

Interpreting Data, Graphing

Scientific Method, Experiments

(2 weeks)

Electricity, Magnets

Light, Mechanics

Energy & Work

Electricity & Magnetism

Electric, Magnetic Forces 

Waves, Sound, & Light

Gravity, Motion

(2 weeks)

Simple Machines, Inventions

Using Simple Machines

Energy, Machines, Computers

Circuits, Electricity at Home

Electro- magnets, Circuits

Laser, Microscopes

Aviation, Rockets

(1 week)

Human Made, Natural


Producing Power  



Light Bulbs

Conquering Space

Overview and Acknowledgements

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Applied Science at a Glance

Science is important to humans. It is a subject that teaches critical thinking and problem solving in a very applied way. Applied Science is all sciences "rolled" into some product or principle that we use every day. Applied science can be found in all sciences. Science and math is a reminder that two fields work together to solve problems. Physics explains the natural world into physical relationships with one another. Technology highlights examples of how science is used in society. Build Environment reflects technology's affect on the living planet. 

In the Classroom

Students learn hands-on activities what science is and how it is very important in any study of science. Students trace the steps of some of the classic experiments in science; learning how problems have been solved. They learn how the principles of physics can help them understand the physical world. Mechanics and physical forces are the focus for modern technology.  Students will see how simple machines work, as well as exploring electricity, magnets, lasers, space travel, and other technologies. Students are also introduced to the effects of technology on our planet.