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The purpose of the Science Program is to get students to:

1. Research 2. Plan 3. Observe 4. Analyzing & Interpreting 5. Concluding & applying Students need to demonstrate scientific and technical attitudes

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$8.50 DOWNLOADABLE Investigate the strength of different materials-wood/plastic/ (straws)/paper/cardboard/polystyrene/foam. Look at strength/balance/frame/natural built structure/human built structure. Examine ways to strengthen materials used for building/changing shape and number of layers. Examine how to join two materials together. Examine how balance affects the stability of a structure: A domino tower that is built and leans to one side is more likely to tip over. Explain ways to improve the strength and stability of a fame structure. Shapes that are part of natural and human built structures and how shape provides strength and stability: Cylinders/triangles/hexagons in outdoor play structures and in honeycomb. Identify characteristics of materials that must be considered when choosing materials to build-strength/flexibility/durability/surface texture. Use the design process to build a structure that meets your criteria related to strength, stability and function. Describe the effects of various forces on different structures-Bookshelf under the mass/weight of books/tent blowing over in a storm. Evaluate simple structures and determine if they are safe and appropriate for use. Classroom furniture. Examine materials used in the construction of buildings in the community and around the world. The purpose of the Science Program is to get students to: 1. Research 2. Plan 3. Observe 4. Analyzing & Interpreting 5. Concluding & applying Students need to demonstrate scientific and technical attitudes MS3-2-E GRADE 3 MATERIALS & STRUCTURES quantity Add to cart Category: MANITOBA CURRICULUM 2013 Related products MS2-2-E POSITION & MOTION $8.50 Add to cart MS1-3-E OBJECTS AND MATTER $8.50 Add to...

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