Seventh Grade science Resource Page
Lawton Public Schools has created grade specific resource webpages to help guide you in your classroom science investigations. Use these resources to help enhance your science teaching and engage students.
This document will serve as your guide for teaching science. All of your grade level specific skills are listed in units with teaching timeframes, resources, vertical alignment charts, literacy links, and much more. Use the Instructional Framework to guide you through the new Oklahoma Academic Standards for Science.
These progression charts show how in-depth certain skills are for each grade band (K-2, 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12). This gives you a better understanding of how to approach each unit by showing exactly what your students are required to learn.
LPS Curriculum Map
|OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES|
Explore Open Educational Resources to further enrich your classroom. These OER books were developed by Oklahoma teachers and are based on the Oklahoma Academic Standards for Science.
OK Digital Resources
|OKLAHOMA STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION|
Explore the resources OSDE has to offer for science!
OSDE Science PD on Your Plan
EARTH'S PLACE IN THE UNIVERSE
BIOLOGICAL UNITY AND DIVERSITY
Your Weight on Other Worlds
NASA Eclipse Website
Gravity & Orbit
Seasons Interactive- SEPUP
Solar Systems Scales & Size
The Pull of the Planets
Toilet Paper Solar System
Including Students in the Solar System
Habitat Change- Probe
Catch up on Tomato Technology
An Origin of Species: Pollenpeepers
Effect of the Environment on Planet Growth
Making Sense of Natural Selection
Plants & Animals, Partners in Pollination
The Gene Scene
Color Variation in Rock Over Time
MATTER AND ITS INTERACTIONS
Junior's Family Tree
A Recipe for Traits
Genetics of Sesame Street Characters
Monstrous Mutations & Adaptations
Investigating Reproductive Strategies
Build a Molecule
Can you Copperplate?
Design & Build a Biosuit
WEATHER AND CLIMATE
Why is it Hotter at the Equator?
Ocean currents & Sea Surface Temperature
Adopt a Drifter
Engaging in Argument: Regional Climate in Atacama Desert