Part of the series WINGS Science.
Some parts of your body stop growing when you get older. Some parts keep growing all your life. How do humans grow? What happens when they get older?
- Series: WINGS Science
- Science Strand: Biological Science
- Reading Recovery Level: 24
- Text Type: Report
- Theme(s): Growth, Health, The Body
- Classification: Non-Fiction
WINGS Science inspires children from Foundation to Year 4 to discover concepts and processes in a hands-on way. Students will learn to communicate scientific understanding using evidence-based solutions.
Students will explore ideas, employ scientific procedures and “get their hands dirty” with experiments and insightful activities collecting, analysing and interpreting data. Materials in this series are linked to the Australian National Curriculum so you get the appropriate methodology and content for your needs!
Shortlisted in the 2016 Educational Publishing Australia Awards.
The WINGS Science series is comprised of 40 non-fiction books and digital (PDF) teacher notes - sold separately. Each book corresponds to a Reading Recovery Level and falls under one of the following Australian Curriculum Science strands:
- Biological Sciences
- Chemical Sciences
- Earth and Space Sciences
- Physical Sciences
See the excitement as students develop an understanding of key scientific concepts and processes in biological, chemical, earth & space and physical sciences. This experience allows students to communicate scientific understanding using evidence-based solutions.
Hands on Activities
Push and Pull
Sorting and Recording
Example: Soft or Hard?
Example: Changing Seasons
Example: Will it Stretch?
Analysis and Discussion
Example: What Can We Grow?
Fun and Engaging Projects
Example: It's Rocket Science?
Example: What Will Roll?
Real World Application
Example: Weather Watchers
Example: Heat on the Move
WINGS Science - Digital Teacher Notes (Sold Separately)
Build a science program that will engage your students with helpful tips and classroom strategies. Each student activity is differentiated with five levels of complexity, so everyone can be on topic.
The project-based methodology encourages student to:
- Discover, and
The WINGS Science student worksheets show a progressive increase in complexity for one topic and support differentiated instructions.
Example: Earth and Space Science - Change Over Time
View WINGS Science - Digital Teacher Notes (PDF) Products
|Product Type||Readers & Literacy,|
|Year Level||Foundation, Year 1, Year 2, Year 3, Year 4,|
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