Gr.5 Science

Structures and Mechanisms: 

FORCES ACTING ON STRUCTURES AND MECHANISMS

Big Ideas in the Curriculum:

  1. Structures and mechanisms throughout our environment have forces that act on and within them. (Overall expectations 1 and 3)
  2. We can measure forces in order to determine how they affect structures and mechanisms. This information can be used to guide the design of new structures and mechanisms. (Overall expectations 1 and 2)
  3. Forces that result from natural phenomena have an effect on society and the environment. (Overall expectations 1 and 3)

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VIDEO: 10 Biggest Architecture Fails

Natural Disasters on Learn360:

Tornado

Hurricane

Flood

Tsunami

Earthquake

Landslide

VIDEO: How We Design Buildings To Survive Earthquakes

VIDEO: World’s Largest Earthquake Tester

http://tvokids.com/school-age/videos/science-max-experiments-large/how-you-build-it

http://tvokids.com/school-age/videos/science-max-experiments-large/earthquake-proof

VIDEO: How High Can We Build?

VIDEO: New Building Innovation Born of Natural Disasters

VIDEO: What makes bridges so strong?

VIDEO: World’s Funniest Engineering Fails

VIDEO: Ontario’s Worst Tornados

MAP of Canada’s Earthquakes

NEWS ARTICLE: Vancouver Island will rip open like a zipper when overdue earthquake hits

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Properties and Changes in Matter

Big Ideas in the Curriculum:

  1. There are three states of matter. (Overall expectations 2 and 3)
  2. Matter that changes state is still the same matter. (Overall expectations 2 and 3)
  3. Physical change refers to the fact that a substance can be changed from one form to another. (Overall expectations 2 and 3)
  4. Chemical change implies the formation of a new substance. (Overall expectations 2 and 3)
  5. The properties of materials determine their use and may have an effect on society and the environment. (Overall expectation 1)

VIDEO: Physical vs. Chemical Change

VIDEO: Physical Change

VIDEO: Chemical Change

VIDEO: Science in the Kitchen

Conservation of Energy

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Human System Quiz

circulatory human-systems muscular nervous respiratory skeletal

Human Body System Research Project

Research organizer

Also available on Instagram @mrsrebeccafay (locked account for students)

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Human Body Systems: Digestive System

Kahoot game

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National Geographic Kids http://www.ngkids.co.uk/science-and-nature/digestive-system 

Videos

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JnzwbipJuAA How the body works  3:35 min  (watch and label diagram)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VwrsL-lCZYo    KIdsHealth.org  How the Body Works with Chloe and the Nerd  5:08 min

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s06XzaKqELk Crash course biology 11:52 min