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<ul><li><p>SAMPLE</p><p>10-15</p></li><li><p>Table of Contents </p><p>Lesson1IntroductiontoScienceObjective:Studentswillbecomefamiliarwithproceduresforexperiments.Lesson2AreAllPlantsAlike?Objective:Studentswillpracticeobservingandclassifying.Lesson3WhatDoPlantsHaveInCommon?Objective:Studentswilllearnthepartsofacellforplantsandanimals.Lesson4HowArePlantsClassified?Objective:Studentswillrecognizehowplantsareplacedingroups.Lesson5MoreLifeClassifiedObjective:Studentswillreadaboutandlearntheanimalphylumandfungus.Lesson6OtherOrganismsObjective:Studentswilllearnabouttheprotistkingdomandbacteria.</p><p>Lesson7PlantsHelpandHurtObjective:Studentslearnofaharmfulplantandpulltogethertheinformationaboutplantsandtheirparts.</p><p>Lesson8HowDoPartsofaPlantHelpitSurvive?Objective:Studentswilllearnthatplantshavedifferentpartsthathaveseparatefunctionsforthelifeoftheplant.</p><p>Lesson9WhatAbouttheStemofaPlant?Objective:Studentswilllearnaboutpartsofaplant.</p><p>SAMPLE</p><p>10-15</p></li><li><p>Lesson10PartsofaLeafObjective:Studentswilllearnpartsoftheplant.Lesson11ThreeThingsPlantsNeedObjective:Studentswillrecallwhattheyhavelearnedinthelastfewlessonsaboutplants.Lesson12PlantsNeed...Objective:Studentswillobservewhathappenswhenthereisnosunlightfortheleafofaplant.Lesson13HowDoesPhotosynthesisWork?Objective:Studentswilllookmorethoroughlyattheprocessofphotosynthesis.</p><p>Lesson14TheBeautyofAutumn!Objective:Studentswilllearnwhyleavesturncolorsinthefall.Lesson15WhatPartsofthePlantDoWeEat?Objective:Studentslearnmoreabouttheplantfoodsweeat.Lesson16ReviewAssessmentObjective:Studentswilldemonstratetheirknowledgeofplants.</p><p>Lesson 17 Life cycles Objective: Students will learn about plants with seeds and those without. </p><p>Lesson 18 The making of a new plant Objective: Students will follow the life cycle of the moss and fern plants. </p><p>SAMPLE</p><p>10-15</p></li><li><p>Lesson 19 How long have these plants lived? Objective: Students learn about how plants adapt and continue their classifications for years. </p><p>Lesson 20 What do we know about seed plants? Objective: Students learn some seeds are on cones and other inside fruits. </p><p>Lesson 21 Which kind of tree produces my fruit? Objective: Students look at the angiosperms. </p><p>Lesson 22 What are cotyledons? Objective: Students will learn about the one and two parts of seeds. </p><p>Lesson 23 How do you know there is a flower nearby? Objective: Students will learn why flowers have an aromas. </p><p>Lesson 24 Fertilized flowers produce seeds Objective: Students learn the names for the parts of the flower. </p><p>Lesson 25 Pollination/Fertilization Objective: Students will learn about self-pollination and cross-pollination. </p><p>Lesson 26 What is in a seed? Objective: Students will learn the parts and functions of plant seed. </p><p>Lesson 27 How does a conifer live? Objective: Students will read about the life cycle of a conifer. </p><p>Lesson 28 Review and enrichment Objective: Students will research more vegetative propagation plants. </p><p>Lesson 29 What are Tropisms? Objective: Students will learn how plants adapt to their environment. </p><p>Lesson 30 How Do Plants Survive? Objective: Students will learn more about the adaptations plants have to make to survive in various environments. </p><p>SAMPLE</p><p>10-15</p><p>CLICK ON THIS SLIDE FOR MORE DETAILS & TO DOWNLOAD PREVIEW FILES!</p><p>http://www.educents.com/voyages-in-fifth-grade-science-digital-textbook-bundle-student-and-teacher-s-edition.html#myhomeschooltexts</p></li><li><p>Lesson 31 How are animals alike or different? Objective: Students will learn how to classify animals. </p><p>Lesson 32 What do scientists use to classify organisms? Objective: Students will learn that scientists use the term vertebrates and invertebrates to classify animals. </p><p>Lesson 33 What animals are in the vertebrate groups? Objective: Students will learn about the vertebrate groups. </p><p>Lesson 34 Life cycle Objective: To learn the metamorphosis of an animal. </p><p>Lesson 35 How animals adapt? Objective: Students learn how animals adapt to their environment. </p><p>Lesson 36 Who is my mother? Objective: Students will learn about heredity in the animals world. </p><p>Lesson 37 Review your lessons Objective: Students will review their lesson by answering questions in this lesson. </p><p>Lesson 38 What do living things need to survive? Objective: Students will consider the needs of animals to survive on Earth. </p><p>Lesson 39 What is an Ecosystem? Objective: Students will learn what elements make up an abiotic and a biotic environment. </p><p>Lesson 40 Prairies Objective: Students will learn about the prairie ecosystem. </p><p>Lesson 41 The organization of living things Objective: Students learn more about the dependent of living and nonliving things. </p><p>Lesson 42 What if a habitat changes? Objective: Students will consider what happens when habitats change. </p><p>SAMPLE</p><p>10-15</p><p>CLICK ON THIS SLIDE FOR MORE DETAILS & TO DOWNLOAD PREVIEW FILES!</p><p>http://www.educents.com/voyages-in-fifth-grade-science-digital-textbook-bundle-student-and-teacher-s-edition.html#myhomeschooltexts</p></li><li><p>Lesson 43 The Food Chain Objective: Students look at the food chain. </p><p>Lesson 44 What is a food web? Objective: Students will learn more about the cycle of foods. </p><p>Lesson 45 Competition is on! Objective: Students will learn about how living organisms compete for food to survive. </p><p>Lesson 46 What is the pyramid for the food chain? Objective: Students will visualize the level of living organisms in the food chain. </p><p>Lesson 47 Are you affected by the food chain? Objective: Students realize how important the health of the web chain is for humans. </p><p>Lesson 48 Healthy you; you the consumer! Objective: Students will consider what foods are required for their health. </p><p>Lesson 49 How does water change forms? Objective: Students will consider the water cycle. </p><p>Lesson 50 How are trees recycled? Objective: Students come to understand all living things recycle. </p><p>Lesson 51 What is the carbon and nitrogen cycle? Objective: Students will follow the carbon and nitrogen cycle. </p><p>Lesson 52 Why should we recycle? Objective: Students will think about recycling and recalling natures recycle systems. </p><p>Lesson 53 Rainforest of the Sea and a Review Objective: Students will learn about the endangered coral reef; they will also do a review of the last lessons. </p><p>Lesson 54 How much room is there on the Earth for all the communities of life? Objective: Students will learn about the factors that contribute </p><p>SAMPLE</p><p>10-15</p><p>CLICK ON THIS SLIDE FOR MORE DETAILS & TO DOWNLOAD PREVIEW FILES!</p><p>http://www.educents.com/voyages-in-fifth-grade-science-digital-textbook-bundle-student-and-teacher-s-edition.html#myhomeschooltexts</p></li><li><p>Lesson 55 How do some animals survive? Objective: Students will learn that some animals survive by living off other living organisms. </p><p>Lesson 56 What is the host? Objective: Students continue learning about the relationships of plants and animals in nature. </p><p>Lesson 57 Do living things survive the changes to the Earth? Objective: Students consider how the Earth changes challenged the life of some organisms. </p><p>Lesson 58 Six Major Biomes Objective: Students learn the six major biomes and how to identify each of them. </p><p>Lesson 59 A Closer Look Objective: Students will look more carefully at two of the biomes. </p><p>Lesson 60 How are they alike and different? Objective: Students will go on to learn more about two biomes. </p><p>Lesson 61 Two more biomes... Objective: Students will read more about the deciduous forest and the tropical rain forests. </p><p>Lesson 62 How About Water.... Objective: Students read and consider the life of different types of animals in the Earths water. </p><p>Lesson 63 Think and Write Objective: Students will review the biomes they have read about. </p><p>Lesson 64 Ecosystems....how they change Objective: Students recognize the changes of ecosystems. </p><p>Lesson 65 Changes in the Earth change populations Objective: Students learn about some changes that people have to make because of the Earths ecosystems. </p><p>SAMPLE</p><p>10-15</p><p>CLICK ON THIS SLIDE FOR MORE DETAILS & TO DOWNLOAD PREVIEW FILES!</p><p>http://www.educents.com/voyages-in-fifth-grade-science-digital-textbook-bundle-student-and-teacher-s-edition.html#myhomeschooltexts</p></li><li><p>Lesson 66 Review Lessons Objective: Students will demonstrate their knowledge of biomes. </p><p>Lesson 67 Earth's Neighbors Objective: Students will experiment with how the planets stay in their orbit around the sun. </p><p>Lesson 68 How are the planets kept in their orbit? Objective: Students will learn about the gravity of the Solar System. </p><p>Lesson 69 What is inertia? Objective: Students will read about more situations where they can recognize inertia. </p><p>Lesson 70 EARTH SCIENCE Spinning planets Objective: Students will consider how a day is measured for the planets </p><p>Lesson 71 The surface of the Earth Objective: Students will learn about the surface of the Earth. </p><p>Lesson 72 What are constellations? Objective: Students can learn a little about other things in space. </p><p>Lesson 73 How does the crust of the Earth change? Objective: Students will learn more about the crust of the Earth and how it changes. </p><p>Lesson 74 Forces in the Crust Objective: Students will learn more about the action of the crust of the Earth. </p><p>Lesson 75 Are there other forces that shape the Earth? Objective: Students learn about forces on top of the crust that affects it. </p><p>Lesson 76 What about the glaciers of the Earth? Objective: Students will focus on erosion of the Earth via wind, ice and rocks. </p><p>SAMPLE</p><p>10-15</p><p>CLICK ON THIS SLIDE FOR MORE DETAILS & TO DOWNLOAD PREVIEW FILES!</p><p>http://www.educents.com/voyages-in-fifth-grade-science-digital-textbook-bundle-student-and-teacher-s-edition.html#myhomeschooltexts</p></li><li><p>Lesson 77 How about the surface of the Moon? Objective: Students will learn how the surface of the Moon changes. </p><p>Lesson 78 What can we find in the crust of the Earth? Objective: Students will learn more about the minerals of the Earth. </p><p>Lesson 79 How do they form? Objective: Students learn about the formation of minerals in the crust of the Earth. </p><p>Lesson 80 How else can you identify minerals? Objective: Students learn that you use streak, hardness and cleavage to identify minerals. </p><p>Lesson 81 How are minerals used? Objective: Students will learn more about how minerals of the Earth are used. </p><p>Lesson 82 Treasure chests... Objective: Students will learn the classifications of rocks. </p><p>Lesson 83 What are sedimentary rocks? Objective: Students will learn how sedimentary rocks are formed and how they are different. </p><p>Lesson 84 One more kind of rock... Objective: Students will learn about how rocks can change with heat and pressure and form a </p><p>third type of rock. </p><p>Lesson 85 What do we find in our soil? Objective: Students continue to learn about the surface of the Earth. </p><p>Lesson 86 How do we care for soil? Objective: Students will think about pollution and how farmers care for the soil. </p><p>Lesson 87 The Rock Cycle Objective: Students will think about the life of a rock. </p><p>Lesson 88 Review Quiz on Rocks Objective: Students will demonstrate their understanding of rocks and the Earths surface. </p><p>SAMPLE</p><p>10-15</p><p>CLICK ON THIS SLIDE FOR MORE DETAILS & TO DOWNLOAD PREVIEW FILES!</p><p>http://www.educents.com/voyages-in-fifth-grade-science-digital-textbook-bundle-student-and-teacher-s-edition.html#myhomeschooltexts</p></li><li><p>Lesson 89 What else supports life on planet Earth? Objective: Students will study the atmosphere. </p><p>Lesson 90 What is in the air besides oxygen? Objective: Students understand more about the atmosphere. </p><p>Lesson 91 Why are the trees yellow? Objective: Students learn about acid rain and pollution. </p><p>Lesson 92 How can we reduce pollution? Objective: Students think about ways to protect the atmosphere. </p><p>Lesson 93 Explore Water Objective: Students will do an experiment concerning water and what happens when it evaporates. </p><p>Lesson 94 Do we use ocean water? Objective: Students will learn how we have learned to prepare and use salt water. </p><p>Lesson 95 The Water Cycle Objective: Students learn the terms used for the water cycle. </p><p>Lesson 96 How can people pollute water? Objective: Students will read about the pollution of water and how to purify it. </p><p>Lesson 97 More about our oceans Objective: Students will think further about the life of our salt waters. </p><p>Lesson 98 What features are under the ocean?Objective: Students will learn the terms for the ocean floor features. </p><p>Lesson 99 What are Ocean Currents? Objective: Students will learn what the ocean current is and what causes them. </p><p>SAMPLE</p><p>10-15</p><p>CLICK ON THIS SLIDE FOR MORE DETAILS & TO DOWNLOAD PREVIEW FILES!</p><p>http://www.educents.com/voyages-in-fifth-grade-science-digital-textbook-bundle-student-and-teacher-s-edition.html#myhomeschooltexts</p></li><li><p>Lesson 100 How Water Moves Objective: Students will understand how water moves in waves. </p><p>Lesson 101 How heat is transmitted to our Earth Objective: Students learn how the directions of the sunrays affect the heat of the Earth. </p><p>Lesson 102 Does the time of day affect heat? Objective: Students will learn more about how heat is kept near the Earth; atmosphere. </p><p>Lesson 103 How is the air affected by sunlight? Objective: Students learn about the layers of the atmosphere and how it affects the temperature of the Earth and thus weather. </p><p>Lesson 104 What causes weather? Objective: Students consider the elements that make up the troposphere and cause weather. </p><p>Lesson 105 Is there water in the air? Objective: Students learn more about how water transfers from things to the air. </p><p>Lesson 106 A bad hair day! Objective: Students learn about relative humidity. </p><p>Lesson 107 What do you see in a cloud? Objective: Students learn how to recognize different kinds of clouds. </p><p>Lesson 108 How about wind; what makes it blow? Objective: Students will learn about wind or the flow of air on Earth. </p><p>Lesson 109 Review lessons about air, wind and clouds Objective: Students will take a quiz on the facts that have been presented in the last few lessons. </p><p>Lesson 110 Weather Forecasting Objective: Students will get more information about air masses and fronts. </p><p>Lesson 111 What kinds of air fronts are there? Objective: The students will learn the names of four different types of air masses. </p><p>SAMPLE</p><p>10-15</p><p>CLICK ON THIS SLIDE FOR MORE DETAILS & TO DOWNLOAD PREVIEW FILES!</p><p>http://www.educents.com/voyages-in-fifth-grade-science-digital-textbook-bundle-student-and-teacher-s-edition.html#myhomeschooltexts</p></li><li><p>Lesson 112 Thunderstorms in stages Objective: Students will learn about thunderstorms and their stages of development. </p><p>Lesson 113 What is a hurricane? Objective: Students learn about hurricane and how they are formed. </p><p>Lesson 114 What is a tornado? Objective: Students learn about tornadoes and how they are formed. </p><p>Lesson 115 How are storms tracked? Objective: Students learn about the radars that track storms. </p><p>Lesson 116 ClimateObjective: Students will learn that a long-term weather pattern is determined by climates, which can change. </p><p>Lesson 117 The things that affect climate Objective: Students learn that affect temperature and precipitation over a period of time. </p><p>Lesson 118 Sun's Energy Objective: Students learn about how the Earth gains and loses energy. </p><p>Lesson 119 Health and climate! Objective: Students t...</p></li></ul>