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orUsername: AARONJ966 Password: aaron609NYC K-5 Scope & Sequence: Click link below to view. Scroll down to 3rd grade.http://schools.nyc.gov/NR/rdonlyres/949E0441-ADAF-445C-A915-E9F8123E1387/0/K5ScienceScopeandSequence_Updated.pdfGrade 3 Unit 1 Matter:
Students should describe, categorize, compare, and measure observable physical properties of matter and objects . Things can be done to materials to change their properties, but not all materials respond in the same way to what is done to them . Younger students emphasize physical properties while older students will recognize chemical changes . Appropriate tools are a necessary component to describe some physical properties of objects .
How can we accurately describe the physical properties of matter?Properties of Matter: Textbook pages 15-25What is matter?What are some properties of matter?What is all matter made of?Review & quiz (Textbook pg. 25)Measuring Matter: Textbook Pages 28-37How is matter measured?Measuring length & volume using the Metric systemHow do we measure mass?How are mass and weight different?review & quiz (Textbook pg. 35)Forms/ States of Matter: Textbook pages 38- 51What are the forms of matter?What are liquids and gases?How do you use all the states of matter?Review and quiz (textbook page 48-51)Unit Test: Properties of Matter, Measuring Matter and Forms/ States of MatterTextbook pages 15-51Check out "related links" and "files" below for additional resources such as H.W., videos, and more!