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Saskatchewan Standards Alignment

We Cover 98% of the Saskatchewan Curriculum.

Generation Genius LessonStandards DocumentGradeStandard IDOutcomes
Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 4LI4.1Investigate the characteristics and physical properties of natural and artificial sources of light in the environment.
Rocks & Minerals (Including Rock Cycle);Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 4RM4.1Investigate physical properties of rocks and minerals, including those found in the local environment.
Animal & Plant Life Cycles;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 2AN2.1Analyze the growth and development of familiar animals, including birds, fish, insects, reptiles, amphibians, and mammals, during their life cycles. (CP, SI)
Animal & Plant Life Cycles;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 2AN2.2Compare the growth and development of humans with that of familiar animals. (CP, SI)
Animal Group Behavior; Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 4HC4.2Analyze the structures and behaviours of plants and animals that enable them to exist in various habitats.
Balanced vs Unbalanced Forces; Patterns of Motion & Friction;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 5FM5.1Analyze the effects of gravitational, magnetic, and mechanical forces, including friction, on the movement of objects. (CP, SI)
Brain Processing of Senses;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 4SO4.1Explore natural and artificial sources of sound in the environment and how those sounds are detected by humans and animals.
Chemical vs. Physical Changes; Heating and Cooling;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 5MC5.2Investigate how reversible and non-reversible changes, including changes of state, alter materials. (SI)
Classification of Materials; Material Properties and Purposes;Saskatchewan CurriculumKindergartenMOK.1Investigate observable characteristics of familiar objects and materials in their environment. (SI)
Ecosystems;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 3PL3.2Analyze the interdependence among plants, individuals, society, and the environment. (CP, DM, SI)
Ecosystems;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 4HC4.3Assess the effects of natural and human activities on habitats and communities, and propose actions to maintain or restore habitats.
Ecosystems; Water Quality & Distibution;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 4HC4.1Investigate the interdependence of plants and animals, including humans, within habitats and communities.
Four Seasons and Day Length;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 1DS1.2Inquire into the ways in which plants, animals, and humans adapt to daily and seasonal changes by changing their appearance, behaviour, and/or location. (CP, DM, SI)
Four Seasons and Day Length; Introduction to Weather;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 1DS1.1Compare and represent daily and seasonal changes of natural phenomena through observing, measuring, sequencing, and recording. (CP, SI)
Habitats; Ecosystems; Reducing Our Impact on Earth;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 2AN2.3Assess the interdependence of humans and animals in natural and constructed environments. (CP, DM)
Habitats; Reducing Our Impact on Earth;Saskatchewan CurriculumKindergartenLTK.1Examine observable characteristics of plants, animals, and people in their local environment. (CP, SI)
Habitats; Reducing Our Impact on Earth; Animals Need Food; Plants Need Water And Light;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 1LT1.2Analyze different ways in which plants, animals, and humans interact with various natural and constructed environments to meet their basic needs. (CP, DM, SI)
How Do We Use Food;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 5HB5.1Analyze personal and societal requirements for, and the impact of, maintaining a healthy human body. (CP, DM)
Human Body Systems;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 5HB5.2Investigate the structure, function, and major organs of one or more human body systems such as the digestive, excretory, respiratory, circulatory, nervous, muscular, and skeletal systems. (SI, TPS)
Human Body Systems;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 5HB5.3Assess how multiple human body systems function together to enable people to move, grow, and react to stimuli. (SI)
Information Transfer;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 4LI4.3Assess personal, societal, and environmental impacts of light-related technological innovations including optical devices.
Light Reflection & Vision; Introduction to Light;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 4LI4.2Analyze how light interacts with different objects and materials to create phenomena such as shadows, reflection, refraction, and dispersion.
Living vs. Non-Living Things;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 1LT1.1Differentiate between living things according to observable characteristics, including appearance and behaviour. (CP, SI)
Magnets & Static Electricity;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 3ME3.2Assess effects of practical applications of magnetic and static electric forces on individuals and society. (CP, TPS)
Magnets & Static Electricity; Balanced & Unbalanced Forces;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 3ME3.1Investigate the characteristics of contact (e.g., push, pull, and friction) and non-contact (e.g., magnetic and static electric) forces. (SI)
Maps; Timemscale of Earth's Events; Pant GrowthSaskatchewan CurriculumKindergartenNSK.1Explore features of their natural surroundings (e.g., soil, water, landform, and weather conditions), including changes to those surroundings over time. (DM, SI)
Material Properties and Purposes; Properties of Matter;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 2LS2.1Investigate properties (e.g., colour, taste, smell, shape, and texture) of familiar liquids and solids. (SI)
Natural Resources;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 1OM1.1Investigate observable characteristics and uses of natural and constructed objects and materials in their environment. (CP, SI)
Oceans, Lakes and Rivers; Water Cycle (3-5 Version)Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 2AW2.1Investigate properties of air and water (in all three states of matter) within their environment. (SI, TPS)
Patterns of Motion & Friction;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 2MP2.2Investigate factors, including friction, which affect the motion of natural and constructed objects, including self. (SI)
Plant Growth Conditions;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 3PL3.1Investigate the growth and development of plants, including the conditions necessary for germination. (CP, SI)
Plant Growth Conditions;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 3ES3.1Investigate the characteristics, including soil composition and ability to absorb water, of different types of soils in their environment. (SI)
Plant Growth Conditions;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 3ES3.2Analyze the interdependence between soil and living things, including the importance of soil for individuals, society, and all components of the environment. (CP, DM)
Properties of Matter;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 5MC5.1Investigate the characteristics and physical properties of materials in solid, liquid, and gaseous states of matter. (CP, SI)
Pushes and Pulls;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 2MP2.1Analyze methods of determining the position of objects relative to other objects. (SI)
Pushes and Pulls; Introduction to Light; Introduction to Sound;Saskatchewan CurriculumKindergartenFEK.1Examine the effects of physical forces, magnetic forces, light energy, sound energy, and heat energy, on objects in their environment. (SI)
Reducing Our Impact on Earth; Natural Resources;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 2AW2.2Assess the importance of air and water for the health and survival of living things, including self, and the environment. (CP, DM)
Reducing Our Impact on Earth; Natural Resources;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 4RM4.2Assess how human uses of rocks and minerals impact self, society, and the environment.
Reducing Our Impact on Earth; Natural Resources;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 5MC5.3Assess how the production, use, and disposal of raw materials and manufactured products affects self, society, and the environment. (DM, SI)
Simple Machines;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 5FM5.2Investigate characteristics of simple machines, including levers, wheels and axles, pulleys, inclined planes, screws, and wedges, for moving and lifting loads. (SI, TPS)
Simple Machines;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 5FM5.3Assess how natural and man-made forces and simple machines affect individuals, society, and the environment. (CP, DM, SI)
Solids, Liquids and Gases;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 2LS2.2Investigate interactions between liquids and solids, and technologies based on those interactions. (CP, SI, TPS)
The Five Senses;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 1SE1.1Investigate characteristics of the five traditional external senses (i.e., sight, sound, smell, touch, and taste) in humans and animals. (CP, SI)
The Five Senses; External Animal Parts;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 1SE1.2Explore how humans and animals use their senses to interact with their environment. (CP, DM, SI)
Wave Properties;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 4SO4.2Draw conclusions about the characteristics and physical properties of sound, including pitch and loudness, based on observation.
Wave Properties;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 4SO4.3Assess personal, societal, and environmental impacts of sound-related technologies.
Weather vs. Climate;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 5WE5.1Measure and represent local weather, including temperature, wind speed and direction, amount of sunlight, precipitation, relative humidity, and cloud cover. (CP, SI, TPS)
Weather vs. Climate;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 5WE5.2Investigate local, national, and global weather conditions, including the role of air movement and solar energy transfer. (SI)
Weather vs. Climate;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 5WE5.3Analyze the impact of weather on society and the environment, including technologies that help humans address weather conditions. (DM)
Weathering and Erosion; Fossils & Extinction;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 4RM4.3Analyze how weathering, erosion, and fossils provide evidence to support human understanding of the formation of landforms on Earth.
What is Engineering?;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 1OM1.2Examine methods of altering and combining materials to create objects that meet student- and/or teacher-specified criteria. (SI, TPS)
What is Engineering?;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 3SM3.1Investigate properties of materials and methods of joinery used in structures. (CP, TPS)
What is Engineering?;Saskatchewan CurriculumGrade 3SM3.2Assess the function and characteristics of strong, stable, and balanced natural and human-built structures. (CP, TPS)

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