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Science - 5th Grade
Standard 4 Objective 1
After completing a K-W-L-H Chart on electricity, students will discuss and illustrate the four ways lightening can move.
1. Use Science Process and Thinking Skills
3. Understand Science Concepts and Principles
4. Communicate Effectively Using Science Language and Reasoning
Invitation to Learn
Begin with a riddle.
We will be studying electricity for the next few weeks. First, lets assess what you already know by creating a foldable called a K-W-L-H chart. It stands for:
What you already Know.
What you want to find out.
What you Learned.
How you can learn more.
We will add new information to our chart throughout the unit.
How to Make A Mini Book
Read Thundercake as a family on a day that thunder and lightening storms could happen. Make the cake and serve. While eating, count between the thunder and lightening bursts to see how close the lightening is.