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Alberta Science Standards

Alberta Standards Alignment

We Cover 94% of the Alberta Program of Studies.

Generation Genius LessonStandards DocumentGradeStandard IDGeneral Learner Expectations
Adaptations and the Environment; Animal & Plant Life Cycles;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 33-10Describe the appearances and life cycles of some common animals, and identify their adaptations to different environments.
Animals Need Food; Plants Need Water And Light;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 33-11Identify requirements for animal care.
Animals Need Food; Plants Need Water And Light; Biodiversity of Life on Earth;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 11-11Describe some common living things, and identify needs of those living things.
Collisions; Simple Machines;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 44-6Demonstrate a practical understanding of wheels, gears and levers by constructing devices in which energy is transferred to produce motion.
Conservation of Matter;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 55-2Recognize the importance of accuracy in observation and measurement; and, with guidance, apply suitable methods to record, compile, interpret and evaluate observations and measurements.
Ecosystems;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 55-10Describe the living and nonliving components of a wetland ecosystem and the interactions within and among them.
Extreme Weather Solutions;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 55-3Design and carry out an investigation of a practical problem, and develop a possible solution.
Habitats; Biodiversity of Life on Earth;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 22-10Describe the general structure and life habits of small crawling and flying animals; e.g., insects, spiders, worms, slugs; and apply this knowledge to interpret local species that have been observed.
Heating and Cooling; Sunlight Warms the Earth;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 22-9Recognize the effects of heating and cooling, and identify methods for heating and cooling.
Light Reflection & Vision; Conservation of Matter; Chemical vs. Physical Changes;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 33-6Use, safely, a variety of tools, techniques and materials in construction activities.
Light Reflection & Vision; Plant Growth Conditions;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 44-9Identify sources of light, describe the interaction of light with different materials, and infer the pathway of a light beam.
Magnets & Static Electricity;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 55-5Demonstrate safe methods for the study of magnetism and electricity, identify methods for measurement and control, and apply techniques for evaluating magnetic and electrical properties of materials.
Magnets & Static Electricity;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 22-8Describe the interaction of magnets with other magnets and with common materials.
Material Properties and Purposes;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 11-2Describe materials and objects that have been observed and manipulated, and identify what was done and found out.
Material Properties and Purposes; What is Engineering?;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 11-7Construct objects and models of objects, using a variety of different materials.
Moon & Its Phases;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 33-2Identify patterns and order in objects and events studied; and, with guidance, record observations, using pictures, words and charts; and make predictions and generalizations, based on observations.
Natural Resources; Reducing Our Impact on Earth;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 44-5Recognize that human activity can lead to the production of wastes, and identify alternatives for the responsible use and disposal of materials.
Patterns in the Sky;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 22-2Recognize pattern and order in objects and events studied; and, with guidance, record procedures and observations, using pictures and words; and make predictions and generalizations, based on observations.
Plant Growth Conditions;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 44-10Demonstrate knowledge and skills for the study, interpretation, propagation and enhancement of plant growth.
Plant Growth Conditions; Weather & Erosion; Interactions of Earth’s Spheres;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 33-5Demonstrate knowledge of materials that comprise Earth’s crust, and demonstrate skill in classifying these materials.
Properties of Matter;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 55-4Demonstrate positive attitudes for the study of science and for the application of science in responsible ways.
Properties of Matter;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 55-7Describe the properties and interactions of various household liquids and solids, and interpret their interactions.
The Five Senses;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 11-9Use the senses to make general and specific observations, and communicate observations orally and by producing captioned pictures.
The Five Senses;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 11-10Describe the role of the human senses and the senses of other living things, in enabling perception and action.
Simple Machines;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 44-7Construct a mechanical device for a designated purpose, using materials and design suggestions provided.
Solids, Liquids and Gases;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 11-4Demonstrate positive attitudes for the study of science and for the application of science in responsible ways.
Solids, Liquids and Gases;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 22-4Demonstrate positive attitudes for the study of science and for the application of science in responsible ways.
Solids, Liquids and Gases; Living vs. Non-Living Things; Oceans, Lakes & Rivers;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 22-5Describe some properties of water and other liquids, and recognize the importance of water to living and nonliving things.
Solids, Liquids and Gases; Material Properties and Purposes;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 22-6Describe the interaction of water with different materials, and apply that knowledge to practical problems of drying, liquid absorption and liquid containment.
Sunlight Warms the Earth; Four Seasons and Day Length;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 11-6Describe seasonal changes, and interpret the effects of seasonal changes on living things.
Wave Properties;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 33-9Describe the nature of sound, and demonstrate methods for producing and controlling sound.
Weather vs. Climate;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 44-2Identify patterns and order in objects and events studied; and record observations, using pictures, words and charts, with guidance in the construction of charts; and make predictions and generalizations, based on observations.
Weather vs. Climate;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 55-8Observe, describe and interpret weather phenomena; and relate weather to the heating and cooling of Earth’s surface.
Weather vs. Climate;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 55-9Investigate relationships between weather phenomena and human activity.
What is Engineering?;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 33-3Investigate a practical problem, and develop a possible solution.
What is Engineering?;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 33-8Evaluate the suitability of different materials and designs for their use in a building task.
What is Engineering?;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 44-3Investigate a practical problem, and develop a possible solution.
What is Engineering?;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 11-3Construct, with guidance, an object that achieves a given purpose, using materials that are provided.
What is Engineering?;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 11-8Identify the purpose of different components in a personally constructed object or model, and identify corresponding components in a related object or model.
What is Engineering?;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 22-3Construct, with guidance, an object that achieves a given purpose, using materials that are provided.
What Is Science?Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 55-1Design and carry out an investigation, using procedures that provide a fair test of the question being investigated.
What Is Science? (K-2);Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 11-1Bring focus to investigative activities, based on their own questions and those of others.
What Is Science? (K-2);Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 22-1Investigate, with guidance, the nature of things, demonstrating an understanding of the procedures followed.
What Is Science?;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 33-1Investigate the nature of things, demonstrating purposeful action that leads to observations and inferences.
What Is Science?;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 44-1Investigate the nature of things, demonstrating purposeful action that leads to inferences supported by observations.
What Is Science?; Extreme Weather Solutions;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 33-4Demonstrate positive attitudes for the study of science and for the application of science in responsible ways.
What Is Science?; Extreme Weather Solutions;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 33-7Construct structures, using a variety of materials and designs, and compare the effectiveness of the various materials and designs for their intended purposes.
What Is Science?; Extreme Weather Solutions;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 44-4Demonstrate positive attitudes for the study of science and for the application of science in responsible ways.
Simple Machines;Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 44-8Explore and evaluate variations to the design of a mechanical device, demonstrating that control is an important element in the design and construction of that device.
Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 55-6Construct simple circuits, and apply an understanding of circuits to the construction and control of motorized devices.
Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 11-5Identify and evaluate methods for creating colour and for applying colours to different materials.
Alberta Program of StudiesGrade 22-7Construct objects that will float on and move through water, and evaluate various designs for watercraft.

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