Science - Manitoba Grade 7 - FULL YEAR BUNDLE

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Manitoba Science Curriculum - Grade 7. This product was created to cover all of the expectations in the Manitoba Science Grade 7 curriculum.


There are 730+ activity sheets that cover the elaborations and big ideas in the science curriculum. This massive unit contains readings, surveys, cut and paste activities and a variety of fun activities – drawings, word searches, matching, word scrambles, fill in the blanks, and more!


We have added STEM activities as well as hands on experiments for students to learn the content in the curriculum.


Check out the previews of these units to learn more about how it can benefit your students. We know you will love this no-prep, just print or upload to Google, time-saving resource!


Interactions Within Ecosystems

Some of the concepts that are covered:

  • What is an ecosystem?
  • Types of ecosystems (aquatic, terrestrial, rotting log, forests, etc.)
  • Biotic and abiotic factors in ecosystems
  • Biodiversity in ecosystems
  • Experiment – Ecosystem in a Bottle
  • Analyzing ecosystems – how the abiotic factors influence the biotic factors
  • STEM assignment – creating a zoo enclosure
  • Primary Succession and Secondary Succession
  • Human activities affecting ecosystems – Invasive species (Zebra Mussels) in Manitoba
  • Deforestation and clearcutting – human activities affecting ecosystems
  • Creating infographic about deforestation
  • Livestock farming – Effects on sustainability
  • Factory farming - Effects on sustainability
  • Researching – Silvopastures vs Factory Farms
  • Pesticides in modern agricultural
  • How we use technologies to help ecosystems
  • How vehicles (technologies) affect ecosystems
  • Learning sustainable practices from Indigenous groups in Canada
  • Indigenous sustainable practices – Seventh Generation Principle
  • Food chain in different ecosystems
  • Cell respiration and photosynthesis
  • Nutrient cycle - Role of decomposers and scavengers
  • Decomposers, producers, consumers – all the way up to apex predators
  • The effects of altering food chains
  • Overfishing effects on ocean food chains
  • Bioaccumulation in apex predators
  • Cycle of matter leading to sustainability
  • Benefits of microorganisms – digestion, vaccines, composters
  • Harmful microorganisms – diseases and food spoiling
  • Microscope experiment – examining yogurt bacteria
  • Research – food preservation techniques
  • Unit test
  • Answer pages for all activities


Particle Theory of Matter

Some of the concepts that are covered:

  • What is a scientific theory?
  • Particle theory of matter
  • Heat transfer and the particle theory
  • Experiment - thermal energy
  • Changes in state – physical changes involving heat
  • Experiment – melting ice cubes
  • Effects of heat on states of matter
  • Heat versus temperature
  • Convection, conduction, and radiation
  • Experiment – convection in action
  • Convection – sea breeze versus land breeze
  • Assignment – creating a heat transfer infographic
  • Energy efficient homes – insulation versus conducting materials
  • Heat dissipation during energy transfer
  • Experiment – energy efficiency of light bulbs
  • Pure substances – compounds and elements
  • Mixtures and pure substances
  • Homogenous mixtures and heterogenous mixtures
  • Classifying atoms, molecules, compounds and elements
  • Classifying mixtures and pure substances
  • Classifying homogenous and heterogenous mixtures
  • Science experiment – homogenous and heterogenous mixtures
  • Mechanical mixtures and solutions
  • Saturation – saturated solutions, unsaturated solutions, and supersaturated solutions
  • Solutes, solvents, and solutions
  • Water – the universal solution
  • Science experiment – testing the dissolving process
  • Factors affecting solubility
  • Describing solutions – concentration and dilution of solutions
  • Describing the concentration of solutions – in quantitative and qualitative terms
  • Kinetic energy – particle theory in solutions
  • Separating mixtures – chromatography, evaporation, filtration, and magnetism
  • Separating mixtures – distillation diagram
  • Research assignment – researching separation methods
  • Science experiment – making a crystal (evaporation separation method)
  • Mixtures that produce carbon dioxide
  • Environmental effects of using pure substances – mining and refining
  • Research assignment – uranium pure substance
  • Refining oil – fractional distillation method
  • Research assignment – researching oil refineries
  • Impact of separating mixtures – maple syrup
  • Unit test
  • Answer pages for all activities


Forces and Structures

Some of the concepts that are covered:

  • Types of structures: shell structures, frame structures, and solid structures
  • Centre of gravity affecting a structure’s stability
  • Leaning Tower of Pisa – How the centre of gravity is affecting its stability
  • Evaluating the stability of structures by determining the centre of gravity
  • Centre of gravity experiments
  • Internal forces – shear, compression, tension, and torsion affecting structures
  • Finding examples of these internal forces in our environment
  • External forces from the natural environment – natural forces (earthquakes, tsunamis, etc.)
  • Tropical storms – hurricanes, typhoons, and cyclones
  • How to build structures strong enough to withstand natural phenomenon
  • Storm shutters, houses built on pillars, storm windows
  • The Tacoma Narrows Bridge – how external and internal forces caused the collapse
  • Live and dead loads
  • Structural efficiency of structures – Golden Gate Bridge, CN Tower glass floor
  • Describing forces – Magnitude, direction, point of application and plane of application
  • Magnitude – Force diagrams using arrows
  • Determining the net force by reading force diagrams and arrows
  • Symmetrical structures creating stability
  • Structural failures – poor foundations, bad designs, faulty construction and extraordinary loads
  • Digging foundations below the frost line – Basements
  • Leaning Tower of Pisa and its poor foundation – foundation settling
  • Examining bad designs in structures around the world
  • Faulty construction leading to structural failures – Skyline Plaza Apartment Building collapse
  • Properties of materials – cement, steel, rubber and plastic
  • Choosing the right building material – manufacturing shoes
  • Strong shapes – struts, ties, and beams
  • Beams – I beams (H beams) used under compressive loads
  • Experiment – building a cardboard I beam
  • Structural analysis – engineers and architects researching the forces and loads acting on potential structures
  • Structural assessment reports – engineers working to keep structures safe
  • Hands on Experiments – building bridges, chairs, tower
  • Coding – Monitoring the Leaning Tower of Pisa
  • Unit test
  • Answer pages for all activities


Earth's Crust

Some of the concepts that are covered:

  • What is geology?
  • The rock cycle – reading and diagram
  • Science experiment – the rock cycle
  • Geological processes that create metamorphic, sedimentary, and igneous rock
  • Physical properties of sedimentary, metamorphic, and igneous rock
  • Identifying metamorphic, sedimentary, and igneous rocks
  • Describing rocks/minerals using their properties – lustre, hardness, colour, texture, transparency
  • Mineral composition of certain rocks – granite, gneiss, limestone, conglomerate, etc.
  • The Mohs Test – testing the hardness of rocks
  • Earth’s processes – compacting, cementing, cooling, heating, pressure, erosion, etc.
  • Rocks vs minerals
  • Erosion and weathering
  • Weathering rocks – sediments and sedimentation
  • Weathering, erosion, and deposition – formation of islands and sand dunes
  • Controlling erosion – seawalls
  • The effects of wind, water, and ice on rocks and landforms
  • Coastal erosion – sea stumps, caves, arches and columns
  • Waterfall formation – erosion
  • Continental drift theory
  • Plate tectonic theory
  • Evidence of how earthquakes, volcanoes, and landslides have changed the Earth
  • How volcanoes created the Hawaiian Islands
  • Plate boundaries – convergent, divergent, and transform
  • Experiment – demonstrating plate boundaries
  • Where earthquakes happen – Pacific Ring of Fire
  • Mount St. Helen Volcano eruption and landslide
  • Mountain formation – types of mountains and how they are forms
  • Types of soil – sand, silt, clay, and loam
  • Controlling soil erosion
  • Geological resources used for energy – fossil fuels and geothermal
  • Mining in Canada and Manitoba
  • The Canadian Shield region
  • Impacts of mining – pollution and water quality
  • Mining towns around the world – Mirny, Russia and Dawson City, Yukon
  • Mining technologies – underground drones
  • STEM Assignment – underground drones
  • Land use issues – Indigenous land claims in the North versus Crown land claims
  • Coastal GasLink Pipeline
  • Assignment – land use in your city/town
  • Unit test
  • Answer pages for all activities


This is a comprehensive bundle that will save you hours of planning! It has been tested and found effective in helping students learn the big ideas in the curriculum.