NEW 2022 Curriculum! Ontario Grade 2 Science Bundle - FULL YEAR BUNDLE

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New Ontario 2022 Science Curriculum. This FULL YEAR bundle covers all expectations in the Ontario Science Grade 2 curriculum.


Students will practice literacy skills when demonstrating their understanding of the subject material. These sheets were made for cross-curricular connections between language and science. Students will make connections, infer, support their answers with evidence from the text, and summarize. Each worksheet contains a reading followed by questions for them to demonstrate their learning. Students will enjoy the matching, true or false, and multiple choice questions.


Unit 1 - Growth and Changes in Animals

Some of the concepts that are covered:

  • Vertebrate animals and invertebrate animals
  • Readings and activities for vertebrates: mammals, reptiles, amphibians, fish, and birds
  • Readings and activities for invertebrates: worms, insects, and spiders
  • Classifying vertebrates and invertebrates
  • Animal locomotion – how different animals can move (bipedal, no limbs, rolling)
  • How animals move – slither, swim, galop, crawl, jump, fly, and run/walk
  • Frog life cycle – diagram, reading, and activities
  • Butterfly life cycle – diagram, reading, and activities
  • Ant life cycle – diagram, reading, and activities
  • Mammal life cycle – diagram, reading, and activities
  • Food needs while growing – birds, mammals, and fish
  • Identify changes in animals
  • Match baby animals to adult animals (foals, horses, calf, cow, etc.)
  • Animal adaptation – behaviour (hibernate, migrate)
  • Animal adaptation – body shape (flippers, webbed feet)
  • Animal adaptation – the Cecropia Moth (snake like appearance)
  • How animals help us – pollinate, bats, entertainment (pets)
  • Harmful animals – allergies, dangerous animals (snakes, spiders, bears)
  • Humans fighting for animal rights (PETA)
  • How to help animals – poster assignment
  • Unit Test
  • Answer pages for all activities


Unit 2 - Simple Machines and Movement

Some of the concepts that are covered:

  • In what ways do objects move? (circular, straight line, zig-zag, up and down, back and forth)
  • What forces cause objects to move?
  • Friction and gravity
  • Push and pull forces causing objects to move
  • Simple machines – wheel and axle, lever, inclined plane, screw, wedge, and pulley
  • Gears – bicycles
  • Gear ratio – number of teeth
  • Using gear ratios to determine force created by gear trains
  • Wheel and axle – vehicles, wagons, and Egyptians using rollers
  • Pulleys – fixed pulley, moveable pulley, and compound pulleys
  • Calculating the force created by compound pulleys
  • Experiment – creating pulley systems
  • Levers – three types: class 1, class 2, class 3
  • Calculating the force created by levers
  • Experiment – testing different levers
  • Inclined planes – diagrams, calculations, and questions
  • Wedge – everyday uses of wedges
  • Screws – diagram of a screw (pitch, shank, head, thread)
  • Identifying simple machines in your life
  • Importance of simple machines in our lives
  • How simple machines affect the environment (using energy – pollution)
  • Unit test
  • Answer pages for all activities


Unit 3 - Properties of Liquids and Solids

Some of the concepts that are covered:

  • What is matter?
  • All about liquids and solids
  • Freezing point of liquids
  • Freezing rain – dangers
  • Natural vs human made solids
  • Characteristics of solids and liquids
  • Melting point of solids
  • Lab experiment – melting
  • Water – how it changes states
  • Flow of liquids
  • Experiment – gelatin (liquid changing states)
  • Classify - solids vs liquids
  • Strong solids
  • Combining liquids and solids – mixtures
  • Dissolving solids in liquids
  • Experiment – dissolving process
  • Different mixtures – solid/solid, solid/liquid, liquid/liquid
  • Sink or float
  • Buoyancy in water – experiment
  • Buoyancy of different fluids
  • Solids that absorb or repel liquids
  • Symbols that keep us safe
  • Toxic waste
  • Medicine – types and disposal
  • Unit test
  • Answer pages for all activities


Unit 4 - Air and Water in the Environment

Some of the concepts that are covered:

  • Properties of air
  • Experiment – Does air have weight?
  • How living things need air
  • Experiment – air pressure
  • Air on the move – helping plants and using wind as energy
  • Fire and air – fire needs oxygen
  • Properties of water
  • Different sources of water – lakes, rivers, streams, oceans, ponds
  • Water in natural and built environments
  • Evaporation – reading and experiment
  • Condensation – reading and experiment
  • The water cycle – reading and activities
  • Three states of water – water, ice, vapour
  • How heat changes the states of water
  • All living things need water
  • Water transportation – cargo ships
  • Water recreation – how humans enjoy water
  • Water power – hydroelectricity
  • Water pollution – human activities affecting water quality
  • Wasting water – personal survey
  • Making a plan to conserve water
  • Freshwater around the world – availability (limited wells in Africa)
  • Importance of water to Indigenous groups
  • Air and water pollution assignment – designing a poster
  • Unit test
  • Answer pages for all activities


*** Answer Pages for all worksheets

*** Unit Tests for all Units

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