Grade 2 Kits

Resource Kit #201 – Solids, Liquids and Gases


  1. Matter, Matter Everywhere
  2. Solids, Liquids and Gases
  3. Student Thermometer
  4. Activities duo tang

BC Provincial learning Outcomes:

  • Ask questions that foster investigations and explorations relevant to content
  • Measure objects and events
  • Identify the properties of solids, liquids and gases
  • Investigate changes to the properties of matter when it is heated or cooled
  • Investigate the interactions of liquids and solids


Resource Kit #202 – Water, Air and Soil


  1. Science With Water
  2. The Science of Soil
  3. Soils in the Environment – Grades 2-3

BC Provincial Learning Outcomes:

  • Describe physical properties of air, water and soil
  • Distinguish ways in which air, water and soil interact
  • Explain why air, water and soil are important to living things


Resource Kit #203 – Animals: Growth and Change


  1. The World of Animals
  2. The World of Animals – Teachers supplement
  3. Animals Grow
  4. Animals Migrating
  5. Animals Hibernating
  6. Amazing Animal Journeys
  7. Lifecycles – 18 double-sided cards
  8. Science Sort – 22 small cards, sorting mat, instructions

BC Provincial learning Outcomes:

  • Use senses to interpret observations
  • Infer the probable outcome of an event or behavior based observation
  • Classify familiar animals according to similarities and difference in appearance, behavior and life cycles
  • Describe some changes that affect animals (ie: migration and hibernation, decline in population)
  • Describe how animals are important to people in BC
  • Describe ways in which animals are important to other living things in the environment


Resource Kit #204 – Discovering Canada


  1. Find It Canada
  2. Crazy About Canada
  3. The Kids Book of Canada
  4. Canada a Cross Country Guide
  5. British Columbia
  6. Canada From Above

BC Provincial learning Outcomes

  • Collect and record information from a variety of sources
  • Draw simple interpretations from personal experience, oral sources, and visual and written representations (ie: describe something you did)
  • Identify and implement strategies to address problems (ie: creating a recycling plan)
  • Create and implement simple maps, symbols and keys
  • Demonstrate understanding of their responsibility to the environment
  • Identify and describe major landforms and water bodies in BC and Canada
  • Identify and locate BC in Canada, North America and the world
  • Identify and locate provinces
  • Explain the significance of Canada’s symbols