S: Elementary SCIENCE
FC: Elementary Science By Emily R. & McKayla A.
1: Elementary Science By: Emily R. and McKayla A.
2: Welcome to Elementary Science! In this unit, we will be learning about the level of organization. We will start off with a giraffe, and shrink down, seeing how it is organized. Next, we will look into the exciting world of non-living things. We will start off with a piece of paper, and shrink down into the teeny-tiny atom. Students will fascinate over the amazing reality of science while reading Elementary Science by Emily R. and McKayla A.
3: Elementary Science By Emily R. and McKayla A.
4: Welcome to living things!
6: We will start off with a giraffe. A giraffe is a living organism. Let's head inside the giraffe to see its digestive system. *An organism is a living thing.
7: This is the giraffe's digestive system. In the digestive system there is a stomach. Turn the page to see it.
8: The stomach is a cool place. It digests the food you eat. The stomach is made out of loose connective tissue. Let's look at some!
9: Loose connective tissue* is on the outer layer of the stomach. *Loose connective tissue is pictured to the left.
10: Here is the amazing fibroblast cell in the giraffe's loose connective tissue. This cell is just taking us one step closer to our final stop in the giraffe- the atom!
11: Welcome to the molecule! The molecule is your first to last destination in the level of organization of a giraffe.
12: Here is the final stop in our giraffe. It's one of the many, many atoms that make up a giraffe's digestive system.
14: Welcome to Non-Living!
15: In this unit, we will be studying the level of organization of a piece of paper. We start off with the object, paper, and shrink down all the way to an atom.
16: This is a piece of paper. Let's zoom in to see what paper is really made of!
17: The cellulose molecule in the paper has at least two elements.
18: This atom is in the molecule of the paper. There are three different kinds of atoms. Oxygen, carbon, and hydrogen.
19: Contrasting Living and Non Living Things 1. Non Living things do not need nutrients. 2. Non Living Things do not have cells. 3. Non Living things do not have a system of any sort.
20: Comparing Living and Non Living Things 1. Living things need nutrients. 2. Living things have cells 3. Living things have some sort of a system.
21: Literary Questions to Talk About 1. What is a difference between living and non-living things? 2. What is a comparison, or similarity, between living and non-living things? 3. Which is bigger, an atom or a molecule? 4. Which is smaller, the giraffe or it's digestive system? 5. Which is smaller, the piece of paper, or an atom? 6. What is the smallest building block of matter? 7. Do living things have a system of some sort, like a respritory system, or a digestive system just like the giraffe did? 8. Do non-living things have a system? 9. Is the paper a living object? 10. Is the giraffe living? So, does that make the human race living too? Why?
22: Please enjoy our other books!
23: 1. Middle School Science 2. Earth Science- All Dug Up! 3. Introduction to Cells 4. The Human Body for Elementary Students 5. The Human Body for Middle School Students 6. Outer Space, For Grades 6-8 Copyright 2011