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Ontario Science Standards

Ontario Standards Alignment

We Cover 92% of the Ontario Curriculum.

Generation Genius LessonStandard DocumentGradeStandard CategoryOverall Expectations
Reducing Our Impact on Earth; Natural Resources;Ontario CurriculumGrade 1Life SystemsAssess the role of humans in maintaining a healthy environment.
Living vs. Non-Living Things; Animals Need Food; Plants Need Water And Light;Ontario CurriculumGrade 1Life SystemsInvestigate needs and characteristics of plants and animals, including humans.
Living vs. Non-Living Things; Animals Need Food; Plants Need Water And Light;Ontario CurriculumGrade 1Life SystemsDemonstrate an understanding of the basic needs and characteristics of plants and animals, including humans.
Reducing Our Impact on Earth; Natural Resources;Ontario CurriculumGrade 1Structures and MechanismsAssess the impact on people and the environment of objects and structures and the materials used in them.
What in Engineering?Ontario CurriculumGrade 1Structures and MechanismsInvestigate structures that are built for a specific purpose to see how their design and materials suit the purpose.
Material Properties and Purposes;Ontario CurriculumGrade 1Structures and MechanismsDemonstrate an understanding that objects and structures have observable characteristics and are made from materials with specific properties that determine how they are used.
Natural Resources;Ontario CurriculumGrade 1Matter and EnergyAssess uses of energy at home, at school, and in the community, and suggest ways to use less energy.
Renewable vs. Non-Renewable Energy;Ontario CurriculumGrade 1Matter and EnergyInvestigate how different types of energy are used in daily life.
How Do We Use Food; Collisions;Ontario CurriculumGrade 1Matter and EnergyDemonstrate an understanding that energy is something that is needed to make things happen, and that the sun is the principal source of energy for the earth.
Four Seasons and Day Length;Ontario CurriculumGrade 1Earth and Space SystemsAssess the impact of daily and seasonal changes on living things, including humans.
Introduction to Weather; Four Seasons and Day Length;Ontario CurriculumGrade 1Earth and Space SystemsInvestigate daily and seasonal changes.
Introduction to Weather; Four Seasons and Day Length;Ontario CurriculumGrade 1Earth and Space SystemsDemonstrate an understanding of what daily and seasonal changes are and of how these changes affect living things
Living Things Change Their Environment;Ontario CurriculumGrade 2Life SystemsAssess ways in which animals have an impact on society and the environment, and ways in which humans have an impact upon animals and the places where they live.
Introduction to Traits;Ontario CurriculumGrade 2Life SystemsInvestigate similarities and differences in the characteristics of various animals.
Introduction to Traits; Animal & Plant Life Cycles; Biodiversity of Life on Earth;Ontario CurriculumGrade 2Life SystemsDemonstrate an understanding that animals grow and change and have distinct characteristics.
Simple Machines;Ontario CurriculumGrade 2Structures and MechanismsAssess the impact on society and the environment of simple machines and mechanisms.
Simple Machines;Ontario CurriculumGrade 2Structures and MechanismsInvestigate mechanisms that include simple machines and enable movement.
Simple Machines;Ontario CurriculumGrade 2Structures and MechanismsDemonstrate an understanding of movement and ways in which simple machines help to move objects.
Solids, Liquids and Gases;Ontario CurriculumGrade 2Matter and EnergyAssess ways in which the uses of liquids and solids can have an impact on society and the environment.
Solids, Liquids and Gases;Ontario CurriculumGrade 2Matter and EnergyInvestigate the properties of and interactions among liquids and solids.
Properties of Matter;Ontario CurriculumGrade 2Matter and EnergyDemonstrate an understanding of the properties of liquids and solids.
Reducing Our Impact on Earth; Natural Resources;Ontario CurriculumGrade 2Earth and Space SystemsAssess ways in which the actions of humans have an impact on the quality of air and water, and ways in which the quality of air and water has an impact on living things.
Oceans, Lakes & Rivers; Introductio to Weather; Reducing Our Impact on Earth; Natural Resources;Ontario CurriculumGrade 2Earth and Space SystemsInvestigate the characteristics of air and water and the visible/invisible effects of and changes to air and/or water in the environment.
Habitats; Plants Need Water And Light;Ontario CurriculumGrade 2Earth and Space SystemsDemonstrate an understanding of the ways in which air and water are used by living things to help them meet their basic needs
Reducing Our Impact on Earth; Natural Resources;Ontario CurriculumGrade 3Life SystemsAssess ways in which plants have an impact on society and the environment, and ways in which human activity has an impact on plants and plant habitats.
Variation of Traits;Ontario CurriculumGrade 3Life SystemsInvestigate similarities and differences in the characteristics of various plants, and ways in which the characteristics of plants relate to the environment in which they grow.
Pollination and Seed Dispersal;Ontario CurriculumGrade 3Life SystemsDemonstrate an understanding that plants grow and change and have distinct characteristics.
What in Engineering?Ontario CurriculumGrade 3Structures and MechanismsAssess the importance of form, function, strength, and stability in structures through time.
What in Engineering?Ontario CurriculumGrade 3Structures and MechanismsInvestigate strong and stable structures to determine how their design and materials enable them to perform their load-bearing function.
Ontario CurriculumGrade 3Structures and MechanismsDemonstrate an understanding of the concepts of structure, strength, and stability and the factors that affect them.
Extreme Weather Solutions;Ontario CurriculumGrade 3Matter and EnergyAssess the impact of various forces on society and the environment.
Balanced & Unbalanced Forces;Ontario CurriculumGrade 3Matter and EnergyInvestigate devices that use forces to create controlled movement.
Balanced & Unbalanced Forces;Ontario CurriculumGrade 3Matter and EnergyDemonstrate an understanding of how forces cause movement and changes in movement.
Plant Growth Conditions; Reducing Our Impact on Earth;Ontario CurriculumGrade 3Earth and Space SystemsAssess the impact of soils on society and the environment, and of society and the environment on soils.
Plant Growth Conditions;Ontario CurriculumGrade 3Earth and Space SystemsInvestigate the composition and characteristics of different soils.
Plant Growth Conditions;Ontario CurriculumGrade 3Earth and Space SystemsDemonstrate an understanding of the composition of soils, the types of soils, and the relationship between soils and other living things.
Ecosystems; Water Quality & Distribution;Ontario CurriculumGrade 4Life SystemsAnalyse the effects of human activities on habitats and communities.
Ecosystems;Ontario CurriculumGrade 4Life SystemsInvestigate the interdependence of plants and animals within specific habitats and communities.
Ecosystems;Ontario CurriculumGrade 4Life SystemsDemonstrate an understanding of habitats and communities and the relationships among the plants and animals that live in them
Simple Machines;Ontario CurriculumGrade 4Structures and MechanismsEvaluate the impact of pulleys and gears on society and the environment.
Simple Machines;Ontario CurriculumGrade 4Structures and MechanismsInvestigate ways in which pulleys and gears modify the speed and direction of, and the force exerted on, moving objects.
Simple Machines;Ontario CurriculumGrade 4Structures and MechanismsDemonstrate an understanding of the basic principles and functions of pulley systems and gear systems.
Light Reflection & Vision; Wave Properties;Ontario CurriculumGrade 4Matter and EnergyAssess the impact on society and the environment of technological innovations related to light and sound.
Light Reflection & Vision; Wave Properties;Ontario CurriculumGrade 4Matter and EnergyInvestigate the characteristics and properties of light and sound.
Energy Transfer; Collisions;Ontario CurriculumGrade 4Matter and EnergyDemonstrate an understanding of light and sound as forms of energy that have specific characteristics and properties.
Ontario CurriculumGrade 4Earth and Space SystemsAssess the social and environmental impacts of human uses of rocks and minerals.
Ontario CurriculumGrade 4Earth and Space SystemsInvestigate, test, and compare the physical properties of rocks and minerals.
Ontario CurriculumGrade 4Earth and Space SystemsDemonstrate an understanding of the physical properties of rocks and minerals.
What Is Science?Ontario CurriculumGrade 5Life SystemsAnalyse the impact of human activities and technological innovations on human health.
Human Body Systems;Ontario CurriculumGrade 5Life SystemsInvestigate the structure and function of the major organs of various human body systems.
Human Body Systems;Ontario CurriculumGrade 5Life SystemsDemonstrate an understanding of the structure and function of human body systems and interactions within and between systems.
Natural Disasters;Ontario CurriculumGrade 5Structures and MechanismsAnalyse social and environmental impacts of forces acting on structures and mechanisms.
Extreme Weather Solutions;Ontario CurriculumGrade 5Structures and MechanismsInvestigate forces that act on structures and mechanisms.
Natural Disasters;Ontario CurriculumGrade 5Structures and MechanismsIdentify forces that act on and within structures and mechanisms, and describe the effects of these forces on structures and mechanisms
Ontario CurriculumGrade 5Matter and EnergyEvaluate the social and environmental impacts of processes used to make everyday products.
Chemical vs. Physical Changes;Ontario CurriculumGrade 5Matter and EnergyConduct investigations that explore the properties of matter and changes in matter.
Properties of Matter;Ontario CurriculumGrade 5Matter and EnergyDemonstrate an understanding of the properties of matter, changes of state, and physical and chemical change.
Renewable vs. Non-Renewable Energy;Ontario CurriculumGrade 5Earth and Space SystemsAnalyse the immediate and long-term effects of energy and resource use on society and the environment, and evaluate options for conserving energy and resources.
Energy Transfer;Ontario CurriculumGrade 5Earth and Space SystemsInvestigate energy transformation and conservation.
Energy Transfer; Collisions;Ontario CurriculumGrade 5Earth and Space SystemsDemonstrate an understanding of the various forms and sources of energy and the ways in which energy can be transformed and conserved.

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