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K-6 Science and Engineering

Vision of Science in K-6


We believe that Science is not only an academic endeavor but also a way to understand the world around us. The Sandwich Public schools has designed the science program to encourage students to investigate and develop their natural curiosity. As students progress from Pre-K through Grade 6, they will gain confidence in asking questions, and answering those questions through observation and experimentation.

Students will read from multiple sources in order to hone their scientific literacy skills- with the goal of having students grow to be active participants in science related conversations and civic activities.

Sandwich has a scaffolded STEM curriculum . The elementary students will also be exposed to an increasing amount of technology and engineering that will aid them as they learn to scientifically test, hypothesize and communicate their findings.

We hope that all of the students will find science to be a never ending supply of learning opportunites and a way to connect our planet, technology, solutions and each other.


Forestdale School Curriculum

All students can access the basic content of each grade by viewing the National Geographic EBOOK
(CLICK HERE FOR LINK TO EBOOK) username is: gradex.sandwich (for example grade2.sandwich) and password must be obtained from the classroom teacher or email pchambers@sandwich.k12.ma.us for access.

This book is used as a skeletal outline, but it is not the only curriculum resource used in K-2.


Oakridge School Curriculum- Resources for at home


All students can access the basic content by using the National Geographic
textbook

(CLICK HERE FOR LINK TO National Geographic EBOOK) username is: gradex.sandwich (for example grade2.sandwich) and password must be obtained from the classroom teacher or email pchambers@sandwich.k12.ma.us for access.

STEMSCOPES: Grades 2-6 used by teachers and in some cases students also have access accounts

STEMSCOPES Link:

If your teacher is using this resource , your student can access with first initial and last name and a password will be set by the classroom teacher.