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In this activity, students will develop an understanding that humans, plants, and animals have common physical needs. Specifically, students will explore the food needs of humans, plants, and animals that are required for survival. They will explore the common nutritional value in various foods of living things.
In this activity, students will construct a water wheel with household materials that can be used to lift an object. Students will examine how energy can be created using liquids as a source of power and consider the potential impact of the use of hydropower on the environment.
In this activity, students will investigate different ways to move a ball. Students will start with a large list of movements and work together to categorize them. Next, they will use claim and evidence statements to help them organize each category of movement and review and revise their groupings as needed. Students will use the term force to explain how they moved the ball in different ways.