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Alberta Science Matter Unit Grade 6 | Bundle | Paper and Digital

Alberta Science Matter Unit Grade 6 | Bundle | Paper and Digital

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Get a unit about how water's unique properties and how it responds to different temperatures planned in minutes. This unit includes all of our resources about matter through activities, investigations, experiments and complete lessons. Get your planning out of the way and start teaching!

This unit was designed specifically for Alberta Grade 6 science teachers. It includes:

  • lesson plans with step-by-step instructions and options for modifications.
  • student pages and templates.
  • answer keys and suggested answers.
  • photos of student examples.
  • ideas for how to use this resource in the classroom, online, or a mix.
  • digital versions of all the student reading and writing pages that use Google Slides. You must download the PDF files and use the access links in the files to get your digital copies.
  • an alignment guide for Alberta Outcomes in each resource.
  • a unit plan and a list of Alberta Science outcomes to help with planning.

    These resources are included in this bundle:

    • Properties of Water: water density during different states, volume of water during different states, water molecules based on the particle model, insulating properties of ice and how aquatic life is affected, experiments that use common materials: plastic bottles, water, ice cubes, a freezer, thermometers and bowls, using scientific method skills during various experiments
    • Temperature and Matter: phase changes of matter (states of matter): solids, liquids and gases, particle model of matter in relation to hot and cold temperatures, heating and cooling matter, expansion and contraction of materials and how molecules act, how mass does/does not change during phase changes, how liquid thermometers work, the Celsius scale and significant events that happen at different temperatures, how building materials react to temperature changes and how that affects construction in different places, an open-ended project to construct a tool that measures temperature, experiments that use common materials: plastic bottles, water, ice cubes, a freezer, thermometers and bowls, using scientific method skills during various experiments

    This resource aligns with:

    • Alberta Science Curriculum © 2022 Grade 6 (new outcomes)

    Do you teach science in Alberta? We have science units for you!

                                                                        Ninja Note: This file is a ZIP file. It contains all the PDF files that contain each unit. Buyers need to download the ZIP and extract the PDF files to a computer. To access the digital versions, download the PDFs and use the links in the files.

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