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					Curricular Cross Reference: New Saskatchewan Grade 2 Science and Project WILD, Below Zero, Project WET and Native Prairie

GRADE 2


       LIFE SCIENCE: ANIMAL GROWTH AND CHANGES                                Project WILD               Below Zero                   Project WET

         Outcomes                           Indicators
AN2.1 Analyze the growth          a. Pose questions about the           13 Interview a Spider
and development of familiar          growth and development of
animals, including birds, fish,      familiar animals.
insects, reptiles, amphibians,
and mammals, during their life    b. Use a variety of resources         6 Bearly Born
cycle.                               (e.g., Elder, naturalist,          87 Museum Search for
                                     zookeeper, park warden, pet        Wildlife
                                     store, books, pictures, and
                                     videos) to find information
                                     about the life cycles of living
                                     things.

                                  c. Identify the names of the          6 Bearly Born
                                     offspring (e.g., cub, pup, calf,   64 Are You Me?
                                     kitten, chick, fawn, fingerling,   156 How Many Bears Can
                                     maggot, tadpole, gosling,          Live in This Forest?
                                     and infant) of familiar            184M Hooks and Ladders
                                     animals.                           197 Fashion a Fish


                                  d. Recognize the cyclic nature
                                     of Mother Earth expressed
                                     by the Medicine Wheel,
                                     including life cycles and
                                     seasonal behaviours of
                                     animals.

                                  e. Compare the length and             6 Bearly Born
                                     stages of life cycles of           64 Are You Me?
                                     familiar animals.                  77 Whale of a Tail
                                                                        184M Hooks and Ladders

                                  f. Describe the characteristics       6 Bearly Born
                                     common to each stage (e.g.,        64 Are You Me?
                                     birth, youth, adulthood, and       184M Hooks and Ladders
                                     old age) of the life cycle of
                                     familiar animals (e.g., dog,
                                     cat, beaver, frog, fish, bird,
                                     ant, wasp, and chicken).



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        LIFE SCIENCE: ANIMAL GROWTH AND CHANGES                            Project WILD                  Below Zero                   Project WET

         Outcomes                          Indicators
                                 g. Analyze which traits (e.g.,     6 Bearly Born
                                    body size, head size to body    57 Water Wings
                                    ratio, and number of limbs)     77 Whale of a Tail
                                    remain relatively constant      184M Hooks and Ladders
                                    and which change in specific
                                    animals as they grow and
                                    develop.

                                 h. Create a physical, visual, or   6 Bearly Born
                                    dramatic representation of      53 Tracks!
                                    the growth and development      57 Water Wings
                                    of familiar animals during      77 Whale of a Tail
                                    their life cycles.              87 Museum Search for
                                                                    Wildlife


                                 i. Predict how big a specific      6 Bearly Born
                                    animal will grow based on       77 Whale of a Tail
                                    observed patterns of animal
                                    growth and changes.

                                 j. Design an animal suited for     11 COLOUR CRAZY
                                    life in a particular            115 MYTHICAL MYSTICAL
                                    environment (real or            MONSTERS
                                    imaginary) and represent its    184 Hooks and Ladders
                                    growth and changes              197 FASHION A FISH
                                    throughout its life cycle.
AN2.2 Compare the growth         a. Pose questions about            6 Bearly Born
and development of humans           similarities and differences    13 Interview a Spider
with that of familiar animals.      between animal and human        15 Grasshopper Gravity
                                    growth.                         46 What’s for Dinner?

                                 b. Predict ways in which           6 Bearly Born
                                    humans change as they
                                    grow.




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       LIFE SCIENCE: ANIMAL GROWTH AND CHANGES                            Project WILD                   Below Zero                   Project WET

        Outcomes                         Indicators
                               c. Create representations of        6 Bearly Born
                                  changes in the growth and        53 Tracks!
                                  development of humans
                                  throughout their life cycle
                                  (e.g., baby, preschooler,
                                  elementary student,
                                  teenager, adult, and elderly
                                  person).

                               d. Sequence pictures or             6 Bearly Born
                                  illustrations of humans and      64 Are You Me?
                                  familiar animals according to
                                  stage of life cycle.

                               e. Compare patterns in human        6 Bearly Born
                                  growth and development to        64 Are You Me?
                                  that of familiar animals.        77 Whale of a Tail

                               f. Compare traditional and          46 What’s for Dinner?
                                  contemporary human food          92 Eco-Enrichers
                                  choices and eating habits        156E HOW MANY BEARS
                                  with the food choices and        CAN LIVE IN THIS FOREST?
                                  eating habits of familiar        252M Lobster in Your
                                  animals.                         Lunchbox
                                                                   276 Water We Eating?

                               g. Communicate personal             64 Are You Me?
                                  thoughts and feelings related
                                  to personal growth and
                                  change, including transitions
                                  that are celebrated in various
                                  cultures.




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       LIFE SCIENCE: ANIMAL GROWTH AND CHANGES                           Project WILD                    Below Zero                   Project WET

        Outcomes                         Indicators
AN2.3 Asses the                a. Predict which animals live in    2 What’s Wild?
interdependence of humans         various locations (e.g., tree,   4 Animal Charades
and animals in nature and         underground, nest, cave,         9 Ants on a Twig
constructed environments.         water, and soil) within a        15 Grasshopper Gravity
                                  variety of natural and           18 Wildlife is Everywhere!
                                  constructed environments.        20 Microtrek Scavenger
                                                                   Hunt
                                                                   26 Everybody Needs a Home
                                                                   38 Habitat Rummy
                                                                   64 Are You Me?
                                                                   70 Designing a Habitat
                                                                   72 Puddle Wonders
                                                                   77 Whale of a Tail
                                                                   92 Eco-Enrichers
                                                                   98 Environmental
                                                                   Barometer
                                                                   122 What Bear Goes Where?
                                                                   125 Graphananimal
                                                                   127 Urban Nature Search
                                                                   145 Polar Bears in Winnipeg?
                                                                   150 Classroom Carrying
                                                                   Capacity
                                                                   156 How Many Bears Can
                                                                   Live in This Forest?
                                                                   177 The Edge of Home
                                                                   197 Fashion a Fish
                                                                   310 Aquatic Times




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       LIFE SCIENCE: ANIMAL GROWTH AND CHANGES                          Project WILD                     Below Zero                   Project WET

        Outcomes                         Indicators
                               b. Observe familiar animals in    9 Ants on a Twig
                                  natural (e.g., tree, stream,   13 Interview a Spider
                                  pond, forest, and beneath a    15 Grasshopper Gravity
                                  rock) and constructed (e.g.,   20 Microtrek Scavenger Hunt
                                  garden, sports field, zoo,     70E Designing a Habitat
                                  aquarium, and city)            72 Puddle Wonders
                                  environments safely and        82 Wild Words...A Journal
                                  respectfully.                  Making Activity
                                                                 92 Eco-Enrichers
                                                                 98 Environmental
                                                                 Barometer
                                                                 127 Urban Nature Search
                                                                 144 Surprise Terrarium
                                                                 145 Polar Bears in Winnipeg?
                                                                 177 The Edge of Home
                                                                 280 Learning to Look,
                                                                 Looking to See
                                                                 310 Aquatic Times

                               c. Examine the importance and     101 Make a Coat!
                                  sacredness of animals in       274 WILDLIFE IN NATIONAL
                                  First Nations, Métis, and      SYMBOLS
                                  other cultures.




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       LIFE SCIENCE: ANIMAL GROWTH AND CHANGES                          Project WILD                     Below Zero                   Project WET

        Outcomes                         Indicators
                               d. Assess features of natural      9 Ants on a Twig
                                  (e.g., woodland, stream,        13 Interview a Spider
                                  grassland, and forest) and      15 Grasshopper Gravity
                                  constructed (e.g., backyard,    18 Wildlife is Everywhere!
                                  zoo, schoolyard, and            20 Microtrek Scavenger Hunt
                                  classroom) environments         26 Everybody Needs a Home
                                  that support or hinder the      28 Habitat Lap Sit
                                  health and growth of familiar   32 Habitracks
                                  animals.                        36 What’s That, Habitat?
                                                                  38 Habitat Rummy
                                                                  44 My Kingdom for a Shelter
                                                                  48 Litter We Know
                                                                  62E Water Plant Art
                                                                  70 Designing a Habitat
                                                                  72 Puddle Wonders
                                                                  92 Eco-Enrichers
                                                                  98 Environmental Barometer
                                                                  122 What Bear Goes Where?
                                                                  125 Graphananimal
                                                                  127 Urban Nature Search
                                                                  137 The Thicket Game
                                                                  145 POLAR BEARS IN
                                                                  WINNIPEG?
                                                                  147 Quick Frozen Critters
                                                                  150 Classroom Carrying
                                                                  Capacity
                                                                  156 How Many Bears Can
                                                                  Live in This Forest?
                                                                  177M The Edge of Home
                                                                  206M Oh Deer!
                                                                  328 Ethi-Thinking




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       LIFE SCIENCE: ANIMAL GROWTH AND CHANGES                          Project WILD                     Below Zero                   Project WET

        Outcomes                         Indicators
                               e. Analyze ways in which          9 Ants on a Twig
                                  human activities can           15 Grasshopper Gravity
                                  intentionally or               20 Microtrek Scavenger Hunt
                                  unintentionally help or harm   28 Habitat Lap Sit
                                  wild and domesticated          48 Litter We Know
                                  animals.                       70 Designing a Habitat
                                                                 72 Puddle Wonders
                                                                 92 Eco-Enrichers
                                                                 98 Environmental Barometer
                                                                 101 Make a Coat!
                                                                 145 Polar Bears in
                                                                 Winnipeg?
                                                                 150 Classroom Carrying
                                                                 Capacity
                                                                 184M Hooks and Ladders
                                                                 252M Lobster in Your
                                                                 Lunchbox
                                                                 255 First Impressions
                                                                 286 TOO CLOSE FOR
                                                                 COMFORT
                                                                 328 ETHI-THINKING
                                                                 330 PLAYING LIGHTLY ON
                                                                 THE EARTH
                                                                 363 TURTLE HURDLES


                               f. Examine ways (e.g., pet,       2 What’s Wild?
                                  companionship, guide dog,      9 Ants on a Twig
                                  search and rescue, and         15E2 Grasshopper Gravity
                                  providing food) in which       18 Wildlife is Everywhere!
                                  humans and animals interact    92 Eco-Enrichers
                                  with each other, including     101 Make a Coat!
                                  ways in which animals can      145 Polar Bears in Winnipeg?
                                  cause harm to humans.




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        LIFE SCIENCE: ANIMAL GROWTH AND CHANGES                               Project WILD               Below Zero                   Project WET

         Outcomes                            Indicators
                                   g. Discuss the care and              4 Animal Charades
                                      handling of wild and              15 Grasshopper Gravity
                                      domesticated (e.g., fish, dog,    20 Microtrek Scavenger Hunt
                                      bird, horse, cow) animals         70 Designing a Habitat
                                      including keeping animals as      77 Whale of a Tail
                                      pets, housing animals in          92 Eco-Enrichers
                                      zoos and aquariums, and           144 SURPRISE TERRARIUM
                                      identifying careers related to    204 Wildwork
                                      animal care.                      255 First Impressions
                                                                        443 Keeping Classroom
                                                                        Aquaria - A Simple Guide for
                                                                        the Teacher


LS2.1 Investigate observable       a. Pose questions that lead to
physical properties (e.g.,            investigation and exploration
colour, taste, smell, shape,          about the properties of
and texture) of familiar liquids      familiar liquids and solids.
and solids.
                                   b. Classify objects in various
                                      natural and constructed
                                      environments as liquids or
                                      solids.

                                   c. Identify examples of how          53 Tracks!
                                      liquids, in all three states of   72 Puddle Wonders
                                      matter, are used at home, in
                                      the school, and throughout
                                      their communities.

                                   d. Select and safely use             53 Tracks!
                                      materials and tools (e.g.,        72 Puddle Wonders
                                      magnifier, scale, measuring       133 Forest in a Jar
                                      cup, and spatula) to carry
                                      out their own explorations of
                                      the observable physical
                                      properties of familiar liquids
                                      and solids.




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       LIFE SCIENCE: ANIMAL GROWTH AND CHANGES                            Project WILD                   Below Zero                   Project WET

        Outcomes                         Indicators
                               e. Record and compare                48 Litter We Know
                                  observable physical
                                  properties (e.g., colour,
                                  taste, smell, shape, texture,
                                  transparency, and ability to
                                  adapt to shape of container)
                                  of familiar liquids and solids.

                               f. Distinguish between
                                  properties of familiar liquids
                                  and solids.

                               g. Demonstrate that liquids and
                                  solids are matter because
                                  they have mass and take up
                                  space.

                               h. Investigate to find out
                                  whether properties of familiar
                                  liquids and solids depend on
                                  factors such as the amount
                                  of substance present.

                               i. Group or sequence liquids
                                  and solids according to one
                                  or more properties such as
                                  colour, state, texture, smell,
                                  transparency, and buoyancy.

                               j. Predict and test changes in       48 Litter We Know
                                  characteristics (e.g., shape,     72 Puddle Wonders
                                  colour, and volume) of
                                  liquids when they change
                                  state (e.g. solid, liquid, and
                                  gas).




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          PHYSICAL SCIENCE: LIQUIDS AND SOLIDS                             Project WILD                 Below Zero                    Project WET

         Outcomes                         Indicators
LS2.2 Assess results of         a. Pose questions that lead to       48 Litter We Know
combining liquids and solids,      exploration and investigation
including technologies based       about combining liquids and
on understanding these             solids.
interactions.
                                b. Investigate how liquids           48 Litter We Know
                                   change when they are
                                   poured into different
                                   containers.

                                c. Describe examples of useful       48 Litter We Know
                                   objects and materials in their
                                   environment that are made
                                   by combining different liquids
                                   or solids and liquids.

                                d. Investigate and describe the      48 Litter We Know
                                   changes in characteristics of
                                   familiar solids and liquids
                                   resulting from processes
                                   such as mixing and
                                   dissolving liquids with
                                   liquids, solids with solids,
                                   and liquids with solids.

                                e. Distinguish between familiar      48 Litter We Know
                                   solids (e.g., sand, sugar,
                                   salt, gravel, dirt, and drink
                                   crystals) that dissolve in
                                   water and those that do not.

                                f. Carry out an investigation to
                                   determine the viscosity of
                                   different liquids (e.g., water,
                                   milk, and syrup) when
                                   placed on various surfaces
                                   (e.g., paper, paper towel,
                                   cotton, plastic, and wax
                                   paper).




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         PHYSICAL SCIENCE: LIQUIDS AND SOLIDS                             Project WILD                  Below Zero                    Project WET

        Outcomes                         Indicators
                               g. Carry out an investigation to    48 Litter We Know
                                  determine the rate and ability
                                  of various materials (e.g.,
                                  paper, paper towel, cotton,
                                  plastic, and wax paper) to
                                  absorb liquids and explain
                                  how these capabilities
                                  determine their uses.

                               h. Use a variety of sources
                                  (e.g., newspaper, Elders,
                                  fisherman, books, videos,
                                  and Internet) to gather
                                  information about sinking
                                  and floating objects (e.g.,
                                  canoes, kayaks, barges,
                                  boats, buoys, and fishing
                                  lures).

                               i. Demonstrate an
                                  understanding of sinking and
                                  floating by solving a related
                                  practical problem such as
                                  building an object that will
                                  float, carry a load, and be
                                  stable.

                               j. Interpret safety symbols         368 Plastic Jellyfish
                                  (e.g., WHMIS symbols, and
                                  consumer chemical hazard
                                  symbols) and labels that are
                                  used on hazardous products.




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          PHYSICAL SCIENCE: LIQUIDS AND SOLIDS                               Project WILD               Below Zero                    Project WET

         Outcomes                         Indicators
                               k. Assess ways people use              48 Litter We Know
                                  knowledge of solids and             368 Plastic Jellyfish
                                  liquids to maintain a clean
                                  and healthy environment
                                  (e.g., filtering water, sorting
                                  solids for recycling, cleaning
                                  up a kitchen spill, washing
                                  dishes, cleaning paint
                                  brushes, using hand
                                  cleaners, wearing a paint
                                  smock)




    PHYSICAL SCIENCE: MOTION AND RELATIVE POSITION                           Project WILD               Below Zero                    Project WET

         Outcomes                         Indicators
MP2.1 Analyze methods of       a. Describe the position of an         9E3 Ants on a Twig
determining the position of       object relative to other            32 Habitracks
objects relative to other         positions or stationary             72 Puddle Wonders
objects.                          objects, including                  77 Whale of a Tail
                                  themselves, using                   127 Urban Nature Search
                                  appropriate vocabulary such         133 Forest in a Jar
                                  as above, below, between,           137 The Thicket Game
                                  beside, on top, close to, far
                                  from, behind, in front of, to
                                  the right of, and to the left of.

                               b. Place an object in an               9E3 Ants on a Twig
                                  identified position (e.g., four     77 Whale of a Tail
                                  steps to the right and one          137 The Thicket Game
                                  step up, close, far, right, left,
                                  forward, back, up, down)
                                  relative to another object or
                                  position.




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   PHYSICAL SCIENCE: MOTION AND RELATIVE POSITION                        Project WILD                   Below Zero                    Project WET

        Outcomes                         Indicators
                               c. Assess the use of common         72 Puddle Wonders
                                  objects (e.g., hand, step, and
                                  book) to describe the
                                  position of an object using
                                  non-standard units.

                               d. Use appropriate tools (e.g.,     9E3 Ants on a Twig
                                  rulers, and string) safely for   32 Habitracks
                                  observing and recording          72 Puddle Wonders
                                  objects’ positions.              133 Forest in a Jar


                               e. Record observations and          9E3 Ants on a Twig
                                  measurements of an object’s      32 Habitracks
                                  position, using oral and         72 Puddle Wonders
                                  written language, diagrams,      77 Whale of a Tail
                                  and tables.                      127 Urban Nature Search
                                                                   133 Forest in a Jar


                               f. Represent the position of        77 Whale of a Tail
                                  objects from different           127 Urban Nature Search
                                  perspectives (e.g., top, side,   133 Forest in a Jar
                                  and bottom) using words,         137 The Thicket Game
                                  diagrams, and actions.

                               g. Collaborate with other           77 Whale of a Tail
                                  students to describe the         127 Urban Nature Search
                                  position of an object from       133 Forest in a Jar
                                  different positions at the
                                  same time using drawings,
                                  and written and oral
                                  descriptions.

                               h. Explore how changing one’s       77 Whale of a Tail
                                  own position affects             127 Urban Nature Search
                                  perspective of position          133 Forest in a Jar
                                  relative to self and other       137 The Thicket Game
                                  objects.




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    PHYSICAL SCIENCE: MOTION AND RELATIVE POSITION                           Project WILD               Below Zero                    Project WET

         Outcomes                             Indicators
                                   i. Create a set of directions       32 Habitracks
                                      (e.g., treasure hunt map)        137 The Thicket Game
                                      that other students can
                                      follow to locate a specified
                                      position.

                                   j. Follow directions to move in     32 Habitracks
                                      a specified way to different     137 The Thicket Game
                                      positions.
MP2.2 Investigate factors,         a. Pose questions about the         72 Puddle Wonders
including friction, which affect      motion of natural and            133 Forest in a Jar
the motion of natural and             constructed objects in their
constructed objects, including        environment (e.g., How do
self.                                 we know if something is
                                      moving? What are some
                                      different types of motion?
                                      Why is it difficult to walk on
                                      some surfaces?).

                                   b. Describe examples of the         72 Puddle Wonders
                                      motion of natural (e.g., bird
                                      flying, leaves falling, tree
                                      branches swaying, icicle
                                      melting, fish swimming, wind
                                      blowing, and creek flowing)
                                      and constructed (e.g.,
                                      vehicle moving, clock hand
                                      rotating, ball bouncing,
                                      playground swing, and tools
                                      operating) objects in their
                                      environment.

                                   c. Describe the motion of an        72 Puddle Wonders
                                      object in terms of a change      133 Forest in a Jar
                                      in position relative to other
                                      objects (e.g., fast, slow,
                                      front, back, towards, away,
                                      closer, and further).




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   PHYSICAL SCIENCE: MOTION AND RELATIVE POSITION                         Project WILD                  Below Zero                    Project WET

        Outcomes                         Indicators
                               d. Examine a variety of toys,
                                  playground equipment, and
                                  other objects that move or
                                  which have components that
                                  move and ask questions that
                                  lead to exploration and
                                  investigation of the motion of
                                  objects.

                               e. Investigate, describe, and       72 Puddle Wonders
                                  represent different patterns     127 Urban Nature Search
                                  of movement (e.g., walking,
                                  running, swinging, bouncing,
                                  sliding, rotating, spinning,
                                  crawling, and rolling) of
                                  familiar objects, including
                                  themselves.

                               f. Relate the types of motion       4 Animal Charades
                                  (e.g., crawling, walking,        9 Ants on a Twig
                                  running, flying, swimming,       127M Urban Nature Search
                                  slithering, galloping, crab
                                  walking, and rolling) that
                                  humans and familiar animals
                                  exhibit to their physical
                                  characteristics.

                               g. Demonstrate how forces can
                                  be used to cause an object
                                  to speed up, slow down,
                                  stop, or change direction.

                               h. Describe the movement of a       9 Ants on a Twig
                                  specified object using
                                  appropriate vocabulary so
                                  that other students can
                                  duplicate the movement.




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   PHYSICAL SCIENCE: MOTION AND RELATIVE POSITION                       Project WILD                    Below Zero                    Project WET

        Outcomes                         Indicators
                               i. Carry out a procedure to
                                  investigate the effects of
                                  pushes and pulls on the
                                  motion of objects using
                                  various objects and surfaces
                                  (e.g., paper, carpet,
                                  sandpaper, desktop, tile
                                  floor, wooden board, ice,
                                  sidewalk, grass, dirt, and
                                  sand).

                               j. Observe and record the
                                  effects of different textured
                                  surfaces on the friction
                                  forces between two objects
                                  and/or surfaces.

                               k. Provide examples of
                                  technologies (e.g., skate,
                                  snowshoe, bicycle, ski,
                                  kayak, curling slider, and
                                  wheel chair) that are
                                  designed to make it easier
                                  for people and constructed
                                  objects to move on different
                                  surfaces.

                               l. Generate new questions          72 Puddle Wonders
                                  about the motion of objects
                                  that arise from what was
                                  learned (e.g., Do objects
                                  move the same way in space
                                  or in water or in another
                                  liquid? What causes
                                  motion?).




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    EARTH AND SPACE SCIENCE: AIR AND WATER IN THE                           Project WILD                Below Zero                    Project WET
                    ENVIRONMENT
         Outcomes                          Indicators
AW2.1 Investigate observable     a. Observe, using all of their     22   Stormy Weather
physical properties of air and      senses, physical properties     55   Aqua Words
water (in all three states of       of air (e.g., generally         57   Water Wings
matter) within their                invisible, fills and assumes    72   Puddle Wonders
environment.                        shape of container, and is
                                    odourless) and of water
                                    (e.g., assumes shape of
                                    container, clear, tasteless,
                                    and odourless).

                                 b. Select appropriate tools        72 Puddle Wonders
                                    (e.g., thermometer,             319 Deadly Skies
                                    windsock, rain gauge,
                                    garden hose, fan, oar,
                                    propeller, and vacuum) and
                                    materials to safely carry out
                                    their own explorations of air
                                    and water in their
                                    environment by collecting
                                    dew, rainfall, and snow,
                                    measuring wind speed, and
                                    measuring temperature.
                                 c. Measure amounts of air and      72 Puddle Wonders
                                    water using non-standard        133 Forest in a Jar
                                    measurements (e.g.,
                                    dropper, spoonful, container,
                                    pop bottle, garbage can,
                                    aquarium, straw, and zip-
                                    lock bag).

                                 d. Provide evidence which          90 Let’s go Fly a Kite
                                    indicates air takes up space,
                                    has mass, and can be felt
                                    when it moves.




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Curricular Cross Reference: New Saskatchewan Grade 2 Science and Project WILD, Below Zero, Project WET and Native Prairie



    EARTH AND SPACE SCIENCE: AIR AND WATER IN THE                        Project WILD                   Below Zero                    Project WET
                    ENVIRONMENT
        Outcomes                         Indicators
                               e. Categorize examples of          22 Stormy weather
                                  water in indoor and outdoor     72 Puddle Wonders
                                  environments, and in living     133 Forest in a Jar
                                  things, including themselves,   319 Deadly Skies
                                  according to state of matter
                                  (e.g., solid, liquid, and
                                  gaseous).

                               f. Investigate physical (e.g.,     72 Puddle Wonders
                                  mass, shape, texture, colour,
                                  and odour) changes in water
                                  during each change of state
                                  (i.e., freezing, melting,
                                  evaporation, condensation,
                                  sublimation, and deposition).

                               g. Carry out a procedure to        72 Puddle Wonders
                                  investigate methods of
                                  increasing or decreasing
                                  water’s rate of change of
                                  state.
                               h. Collaboratively design and      90 LET’S GO FLY A KITE
                                  construct a device that is
                                  powered by wind or water
                                  and that meets a student-
                                  identified purpose.

                               i. Classify or sequence
                                  materials according to
                                  attributes such as how
                                  quickly they absorb water,
                                  how much water they
                                  absorb, and whether they
                                  are waterproof or water
                                  repellent.




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    EARTH AND SPACE SCIENCE: AIR AND WATER IN THE                             Project WILD              Below Zero                    Project WET
                    ENVIRONMENT
         Outcomes                           Indicators
                                  j. Communicate procedures            22 Stormy Weather
                                     and results of observations       55 Aqua Words
                                     of the physical properties of     57 Water Wings
                                     air and water, using              72 Puddle Wonders
                                     drawings, demonstrations,         319 Deadly Skies
                                     and written and oral
                                     descriptions.
AW2.2 Assess the importance       a. Pose questions that lead to       22 Stormy Weather
of air and water for the health      exploration and investigation     55 Aqua Words
and survival of living things,       about air and water               57 Water Wings
including self and the               conditions (e.g., Why does
environment.                         my skin feel wet in the
                                     summer? Why is it harder to
                                     breathe in winter than in the
                                     summer? Why might people
                                     wear a filter over their nose
                                     and mouth?).

                                  b. Describe changes in the           22 Stormy Weather
                                     location, amount, and form        72 Puddle Wonders
                                     of moisture in different          127 Urban Nature Search
                                     locations in the environment,     133 Forest in a Jar
                                     and factors such as               55 Aqua Words
                                     exposure to heat and              57 Water Wings
                                     moving air that can affect        62 Water Plant Art
                                     these conditions.

                                  c. Recognize the importance of       55 Aqua Words
                                     air and water as two of the       57 Water Wings
                                     four elements in Mother           62 Water Plant Art
                                     Earth (air, water, earth, fire)
                                     in First Nations, Métis and
                                     other cultures.




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    EARTH AND SPACE SCIENCE: AIR AND WATER IN THE                        Project WILD                   Below Zero                    Project WET
                    ENVIRONMENT
        Outcomes                         Indicators
                               d. Explain how living things,       15 Grasshopper Gravity
                                  including humans, require        18E Aquatic: Wildlife is
                                  clean air and water for          Everywhere!
                                  breathing, cooling, drinking,    20E Aquatic: Microtrek
                                  cooking, bathing, and            Scavenger Hunt
                                  prevention of illness in order   25 The Beautiful Basics
                                  to maintain a healthy body.      28E Aquatic: Habitat Lap Sit
                                                                   32 Habitracks
                                                                   36 What’s That, Habitat?
                                                                   48 Litter We Know
                                                                   55 Aqua Words
                                                                   62 Water Plant Art
                                                                   72 Puddle Wonders
                                                                   77 Whale of a Tail
                                                                   122 What Bear Goes Where?
                                                                   127 Urban Nature Search
                                                                   133 Forest in a Jar
                                                                   145 Polar Bears in
                                                                   Winnipeg?
                                                                   156E How Many Bears Can
                                                                   Live in This Forest?
                                                                   319 Deadly Skies
                                                                   332 WATER’S GOING ON?
                                                                   368 Plastic Jellyfish


                               e. Explain how water is             57 Water Wings
                                  obtained, distributed, and       72 Puddle Wonders
                                  used in personal, local, and     77 Whale of a Tail
                                  regional environments (e.g.,     332M WATER’S GOING ON?
                                  home, classroom, school,         381M Alice in Waterland
                                  town, city, and province).

                               f. Communicate questions,           55 Aqua Words
                                  ideas, and intentions while      57 Water Wings
                                  conducting personal and          72 Puddle Wonders
                                  group explorations of air and    77 Whale of a Tail
                                  water in the environment.        127 Urban Nature Search
                                                                   133 Forest in a Jar
                                                                   319 DEADLY SKIES
                                                                   332M WATER’S GOING ON?

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    EARTH AND SPACE SCIENCE: AIR AND WATER IN THE                       Project WILD                    Below Zero                    Project WET
                    ENVIRONMENT
        Outcomes                         Indicators
                               g. Record, using tables,           332E2 WATER’S GOING
                                  diagrams, pictographs, or       ON?
                                  bar graphs, individual,         376 Watershed
                                  classroom, and/or household     381M ALICE IN
                                  use of water for a given        WATERLAND
                                  period.

                               h. Suggest explanations for        48 Litter We Know
                                  how air and water in the        57E Water Wings
                                  environment can become          168 Wetland Metaphors
                                  polluted.                       319 DEADLY SKIES
                                                                  368 PLASTIC JELLYFISH
                                                                  371 SOMETHING’S FISHY
                                                                  HERE
                                                                  381M Alice in Waterland

                               i. Suggest ways that               48 Litter We Know
                                  individuals can contribute to   57E Water Wings
                                  improving the quality of air    168 Wetland Metaphors
                                  and water in their              332M WATER’S GOING ON?
                                  environment (e.g., conserve     368 PLASTIC JELLYFISH
                                  water, do not pour chemicals    371 SOMETHING’S FISHY
                                  down the drain, do not burn     HERE
                                  hazardous materials, and        381M Alice in Waterland
                                  reduce travel via motorized
                                  vehicles).

                               j. Propose an answer to a          20E Aquatic: Microtrek
                                  question or problem related     Scavenger Hunt
                                  to the importance of air and    57 Water Wings
                                  water for living things.        90 Let’s go Fly a Kite
                                                                  145 Polar Bears in
                                                                  Winnipeg?
                                                                  168 Wetland Metaphors
                                                                  276 Water We Eating?
                                                                  332M WATER’S GOING ON?
                                                                  368 PLASTIC JELLYFISH
                                                                  381M Alice in Waterland




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