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• NCES.K.P.1 - Understand the positions and motions of objects and organisms observed...
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Students will listen to a close reading of Harry the Dirty Dog  over the course of 3 days.  (The book is accessible via NC Kids Digital Library.   Personal copy or online versions can be used.) After each read aloud, students will have the opportunity to engage in The Engineering Design Process to create a maze using various materials to construct different ways for Harry to move through the maze .  Students will write to tell about their maze using sentence frames and an anchor chart for support.  Finally, students will present their maze and read their informational writing to reflect their knowledge of the Force and Motion standard, specifically the different ways objects move.  Maze creation and student informational writing should reflect multiple modes of movement per the NC Kindergarten Science Standards.

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English Language Arts
Science
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Author:
Carrie Robledo
ANGELA EMERY
03/25/2021
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This Unit has been adapted for DL classes (Eng/Spa).  This is a kindergarten Unit.

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Science
Spanish
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Author:
OMAR LEMUS
02/26/2022
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After reading Ricky the Rock That Couldn’t Roll, students will engineer a slope/hill and see if they can get a non-spherical rock to roll the length of it. Students will be given 4 (fake) dollars to buy materials according to their plan.

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Computer Science
English Language Arts
Mathematics
STEM
Science
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Carrie Robledo
05/19/2020
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Students will create an obstacle course for the Dash robot to demonstrate the following movements and position words: straight, in front of, behind, zigzag, between, on top of, round and round , under, above, back and forth, below, beside, fast and slow.

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English Language Arts
STEM
Science
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Carrie Robledo
05/19/2020
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Compare the effects of different strengths or different directions of pushes and pulls on the motion of an object and determine if a design solution works as intended to change the speed or direction of an object with a push or a pull.

Driving Question: Can I as “Science Investigator”, engineer and design,
a way to move an object without using my hands or feet?

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Science
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Activity/Lab
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Lane County STEM Hub
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Content in Context SuperLessons
Author:
Ronda Fryer
07/31/2019
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This parent guide supports parents in helping their child at home with the Kindergarten Science content. Within the folder you will access Parent Guide PDFs in FIVE Languages: Arabic, English, Hindi, Spanish, and Vietnamese to help on-going communication with caregivers.

Subject:
Science
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Author:
Kelly Rawlston
Letoria Lewis
03/28/2023
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This resource accompanies our Rethink Kindergarten Science Forces and Motion unit. It includes ideas for use, ways to support exceptional children, ways to extend learning, digital resources and tools, tips for supporting English Language Learners and students with visual and hearing impairments. There are also ideas for offline learning.

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Science
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Kelly Rawlston
Letoria Lewis
02/22/2023
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Students will learn about Positional Words and show their learning with Wonder Workshop's Dash.

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Science
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Activity/Lab
Author:
Monica Anizan
03/24/2022
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Have you ever used your sleuthing skills to identify a mysterious skeleton? Size, shape, and so much more can be used to connect the clues in this program all about being a bone detective.

We have created helpful clips if you are unable to watch the whole video:
K.P.1
Zebra Foot (2 min) = https://youtu.be/tLLT7iyK0LM?t=1759
Snake Bones (10 min) = https://youtu.be/tLLT7iyK0LM?t=1996

Cane Toad (10 min) = https://youtu.be/tLLT7iyK0LM?t=1127
Pine Snake (8 min) = https://youtu.be/tLLT7iyK0LM?t=2124
Galapagos Tortoise (10 min) = https://youtu.be/tLLT7iyK0LM?t=3189

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Life Science
Science
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North Carolina Zoo
09/02/2020
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Join us as we learn about the majestic giraffe. These gentle giants of Africa have some amazing features that make them stand out in the animal world!

We have created some helpful clips if you're unable to watch the full video:
K.L.1 Owl neck vs. Giraffe and human (4 min): https://youtu.be/gmSh06NuYFY?t=1896
K.P.1 Giraffe Hoof (2 min): https://youtu.be/0mx3bkS6-Oc?t=2829
1.L.1 Bioindicators in habitat (1.5 min): https://youtu.be/gmSh06NuYFY?t=3090
2.P.1 Giraffe Sounds (3 min 10 sec): https://youtu.be/gmSh06NuYFY?t=3090
3.L.1 Giraffe Vertebrae (4 min): https://youtu.be/gmSh06NuYFY?t=1635
3.L.1 Ossicones (4 min): https://youtu.be/gmSh06NuYFY?t=3388
5.L.1 Giraffe Digestion (4 min): https://youtu.be/gmSh06NuYFY?t=1055
5.L.1 Giraffe Heart (6 min): https://youtu.be/gmSh06NuYFY?t=1280
5.L.1 Giraffe Vertebrae (4 min): https://youtu.be/gmSh06NuYFY?t=1635
5.L.1 Giraffe Tongue (5 min): https://youtu.be/gmSh06NuYFY?t=2452
5.L.1 Giraffe Skull (1.5 min): https://youtu.be/gmSh06NuYFY?t=2761
5.L.1 Ossicones (4 min): https://youtu.be/gmSh06NuYFY?t=3388

Animal Encounters:
1. Terra the Barred Owl (10 min): https://youtu.be/gmSh06NuYFY?t=1853
2. Todd the Giant Marine Toad (5 min): https://youtu.be/gmSh06NuYFY?t=2889

Subject:
Life Science
Science
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Author:
North Carolina Zoo
03/30/2021
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Come with the Zoo EDventures team to the swamp and revisit these cat-tastic felines. Did you know they are the largest of the small cats? Find out why and so much meowre!

We have created helpful clips if you're unable to watch the full video:
K.P.1 Cougar Jumping (30 sec): https://youtu.be/bqLq1HJcyYo?t=437
K.P.1 Cougar Climbing (1 min): https://youtu.be/bqLq1HJcyYo?t=805
K.P.1 Cougar Movement (2 min): https://youtu.be/bqLq1HJcyYo?t=1216
1.L.1 Cougar Home Range (45 Sec): https://youtu.be/bqLq1HJcyYo?t=1337
3.L.1 Cougar Skull (3 min): https://youtu.be/bqLq1HJcyYo?t=1488

Conservation Clips:
History of Heath and Olive the cougars and cougars in zoo's (2.5 min): https://youtu.be/bqLq1HJcyYo?t=992

Subject:
Science
Material Type:
Presentation
Author:
North Carolina Zoo
09/03/2020
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Join the Zoo EDventure team to 'breakdown' the giant roll there pint-sized heroes play in their job as decomposers.

We have created some helpful clips if you're unable to watch the full video:
K.L.1 Centipede vs Millipede (3 min): https://youtu.be/zdMA0vJyKsA?t=1970
K.P.1 Movement (1.5 min): https://youtu.be/zdMA0vJyKsA?t=1820
2.L.1 Madagascar Hissing Cockroach Molt (2 min): https://youtu.be/zdMA0vJyKsA?t=806
2.L.1 Madagascar Hissing Cockroach Reproduction (1.5 min): https://youtu.be/zdMA0vJyKsA?t=706
2.L.1 Giant Cave Cockroach Reproduction (1 min): https://youtu.be/zdMA0vJyKsA?t=1402
2.L.2 Young vs. Adults (2 min): https://youtu.be/zdMA0vJyKsA?t=1457
5.L.2 Impact on the Ecosystem (1 min): https://youtu.be/zdMA0vJyKsA?t=504
5.L.2 Cave Cockroach and bats (2 min): https://youtu.be/zdMA0vJyKsA?t=1149
5.L.2 Primates Using Millipedes (1.5 min): https://youtu.be/zdMA0vJyKsA?t=2244

Animal Encounter Clips:
Madagascar Hissing Cockroach (11 min): https://youtu.be/zdMA0vJyKsA?t=267
Giant Cave Cockroach (9 min): https://youtu.be/zdMA0vJyKsA?t=955
African Giant Millipede (5 min): https://youtu.be/zdMA0vJyKsA?t=1729

Subject:
Science
Material Type:
Presentation
Author:
North Carolina Zoo
09/02/2020
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Come "sea" who the Zoo EDventures team is highlighting today!

We have created some helpful clips if you are unable to watch the full video:
K.L.1 Seal vs Sea Lion ears (1 min): https://youtu.be/wql5qF0ZQdM?t=137
K.L.1 Seal vs Sea Lion Flippers (1.5 min): https://youtu.be/wql5qF0ZQdM?t=257
3.L.1 Flipper Structure and thermoregulation (45 sec): https://youtu.be/wql5qF0ZQdM?t=1387
4.L.1 Sea Lion Whiskers (40 sec): https://youtu.be/wql5qF0ZQdM?t=1475

Subject:
Science
Material Type:
Presentation
Author:
North Carolina Zoo
09/02/2020
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Join Donna as she shows how large birds use the warm air (thermals) to ride air waves and conserve energy.

We have created a helpful clip if you're unable to watch the full video:
K.P.1 How large birds use thermals to fly (1 min 20 sec): https://youtu.be/8bPHujnNfK8?t=12

Subject:
Science
Material Type:
Presentation
Author:
North Carolina Zoo