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MONTH

CURRICULUM TOPIC

NATIONAL SCIENCE EDUCATION STANDARD

September

Science Tools

Abilities necessary to do scientific inquiry

October

Spiders

Characteristics of organisms

November/
December

Thanksgiving Science

Position and motion of objects

January

Snowy Owls

Organisms and environments

February

Profile of
a Famous Scientist

Understanding about scientific inquiry

March

How Is It Made?

Abilities of technological design

April

CritterCams

Abilities to distinguish between natural objects and objects made by humans

May/June

Solar Power

Light, heat, electricity, and magnetism

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