6th Grade Science Georgia Standards of Excellence
This plan was specifically designed for use during these uncertain times as support for school districts, administrators, teachers, and parents who are working tirelessly to provide students with quality content in a remote format. The plan includes both "plugged and unplugged" activities.
6th Grade Science Curriculum Map
Sixth Grade Pacing Guides
1.Pacing Guide: Solar System and Beyond
2.Pacing Guide: Earth-Moon-Sun
3.Pacing Guide: Earth’s Changing Landscape
4.Pacing Guide: Water in Earth’s Processes
5.Pacing Guide: Climate and Weather
6.Pacing Guide: Human Energy Needs
1. Solar System and Beyond
Retelling of the Story of Andromeda
Celestial Objects with Teacher Notes
Phases of the Moon
What is the Climate Like?
3. Earth’s Changing Landscape
Land Surface Features
4. Water in Earth’s Processes
5. Climate and Weather
Part One: Water Water Everywhere
Part Two: Sun and Water—How Do They Affect Earth?
6. Human Energy Needs
Essential Toolkit - TRL Public
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