Grade K/1 Kits

Resource Kit #101 – Animals

Contents:

  1. It’s Alive
  2. You Are Special
  3. Grady the Goose
  4. I Wonder Why: Spiders Spin Webs
  5. Butterflies and Moths
  6. Animals: Flash Cards
  7. I Can Draw Animals
  8. Sea Animals

BC Provincial Learning Outcomes

  • Use five senses to make observations
  • Describe features of animals
  • Compare animals
  • Communicate observations (ie: verbally, pictorially)
  • Classify objects, events, organisms
  • Classify living and non-living
  • Describe basic needs of plants and animals
  • Describe how basic needs of plants and animals are met

 

 

 

Resource Kit #102 – Forces and Motion

Contents:

  1. Let’s move
  2. Forces make Things move
  3. What makes a magnet
  4. Bag containing:
    1. 2 colored hand held magnets
    2. Container with 20 round magnets

BC Provincial learning outcomes:

  • Demonstrate how forces can be applied to move an object
  • Compare the effect of friction on the movement of an object over a variety of surfaces
  • Demonstrate and describe the effects of magnets on different materials
  • Communicate experiences, observations, and thinking in a variety of ways (ie: verbally, pictorially, graphically)
  • Classify objects, events, and organisms

 

Resource Kit #103 – Plants

Contents:

  1. Learning About Plants
  2. A Special Gift
  3. In the Garden
  4. Spring Changes
  5. Magnifying Glass

BC Provincial learning outcomes:

  • Communicate observations, experiences and thinking in a variety of ways (ie: verbally, pictorially)
  • Classify objects, events and organisms
  • Classify living and non-living
  • Describe the basic needs of plants and animals (ie: water, light, food)
  • Describe how the basic needs of plants and animals are met in their environment

 

Resource Kit #104 – Communities

Contents:

  1. Our Community
  2. At Grandpa’s Sugar Bush
  3. Claire’s Gift
  4. Franklin’s Neighbourhood

BC Provincial Learning Outcomes:

  • Explain how families can be similar and different in terms of culture, traditions and roles of various family members.
  • Identify types of work done by people in their community.