? To investigate structures that are built for a specific purpose, specific purpose to see how their design of materials to suit a specific purpose. ? Objects and structures are made from materials with specific properties that determine how they are used. Example look at the garbage can after lunch at school and examine what is in it-soft drink cans, tin foil, plastic wrap, apple cores, orange rinds. Think about what else we can do with garbage. ? Look at objects that are constructed for similar purposes-different kinds of shoes, chairs, tables. ? What happens when objects are no longer needed? 1. Wood from trees 2. Cotton from plants ? Properties of various materials. ? Best materials for absorbing or repelling water. ? Flexibility of plastic-plastic wrap to cover food, impermeability of rubber-rubber boots. ? Test structures : 1. Swing 2. Bird feeder 3. Tent ? Science vocabulary : 1. Experiment 2. Explore 3. Purpose 4. Rigid 5. Flexible 6. Solid 7. Smooth ? Identify materials : 1. Wood 2. Plastic 3. Steel 4. Paper 5. Polystyrene foam ? Fasteners: 1. Tape 2. Glue 3. Button/zipper ? Paper & rubber come from trees. ? Plastic comes from petroleum ? Steel comes from metal in the ground.

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$8.50 ? To investigate structures that are built for a specific purpose, specific purpose to see how their design of materials to suit a specific purpose. ? Objects and structures are made from materials with specific properties that determine how they are used. Example look at the garbage can after lunch at school and examine what is in it-soft drink cans, tin foil, plastic wrap, apple cores, orange rinds. Think about what else we can do with garbage. ? Look at objects that are constructed for similar purposes-different kinds of shoes, chairs, tables. ? What happens when objects are no longer needed? 1. Wood from trees 2. Cotton from plants ? Properties of various materials. ? Best materials for absorbing or repelling water. ? Flexibility of plastic-plastic wrap to cover food, impermeability of rubber-rubber boots. ? Test structures : 1. Swing 2. Bird feeder 3. Tent ? Science vocabulary : 1. Experiment 2. Explore 3. Purpose 4. Rigid 5. Flexible 6. Solid 7. Smooth ? Identify materials : 1. Wood 2. Plastic 3. Steel 4. Paper 5. Polystyrene foam ? Fasteners: 1. Tape 2. Glue 3. Button/zipper ? Paper & rubber come from trees. ? Plastic comes from petroleum ? Steel comes from metal in the ground. OS1-2R Grade 1 Materials, Objects & Everyday Structures quantity Add to cart Category: ONTARIO CURRICULUM 2013 Related products OS5-4R Grade 5 Conservation of Energy & Resources $8.50 Add to cart OS5-2R Grade 5 Forces Acting on Structures $8.50 Add to cart OS5-3R Grade 5Properties and Changes in MatterRated 3.00 out of 5 $8.50 Add to cart OS4-3R Grade 4 Light & Sound $8.50 Add to...

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