Identify and discuss ways that people use the Earth in order to obtain food, water and shelter through hands-on investigations.
Discuss, organize and present ways that people use their environment in order to survive.
Identify the main differences landscapes between natural features of the Earth and record into science journals/notebooks.
Identify and list different landscapes in science journals/notebooks.
Compare the appearance of different landscapes.
Identify and describe water as a feature of the Earth.
Describe and record ways that we can make a difference to the environment within science journals/notebooks.
Observe and record how too little rain causes a drought through hands-on investigations.
Observe and record how too much rain causes a flood through hands-on investigations.
Through hands-on investigations, identify and describe the features of built environments; ports, airports and schools.
Identify and list features of their school and record within their science notebook/journal.
Through hands-on investigations, identify and describe the features of natural environments.
Identify and describe how weather can be monitored daily.
Collect and analyse data about the weather and record on a chart or table.
Identify elements of seasonal changes and record in science notebook/journal.
Identify and sort events according to seasonal conditions.
Identify and describe changes in temperature from one season to another.
Compare weather conditions in Abu Dhabi to other parts of the world.
Investigate weather conditions and how some are developed over time.
Match weather descriptions to specific places in the world through hands-0n activities.
Identify changes in the sky during day and night.
Describe the different types of cloud, including rain clouds and thunderclouds.
describe natural features of Earth, including the different types of environments.
explain how people use the resources of the Earth to survive.
describe and explain weather features.
hands-on experiences with a variety of materials.
making observations that are relevant to questions asked.
working in cooperative learning teams in an enjoyable learning environment.
following guided inquiry principles to deepen their understanding of a topic.