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PowerPoint: Accessing the General Curriculum: Integrated Science Units 6.18 MB (PPT)
This PowerPoint provides examples of Science curriculum modification to meet the needs of learners at different levels of functioning. It considers students with significant cognitive learning needs, in addition to learners with physical, hearing and/or vision impairment.

Student Worksheets:
Examples of science materials are provided for students at different levels of functioning. Worksheets document student involvement in the Inquiry Process and/or Science Knowledge.

Distinguishing Plants From Animals Matching Organisms With Similar Features
LS 1.1.2
Plant Growth Responses of Animals/Plants to Changes in their Environment Signs or feelings of being sick, hurt/injured, or discomfort
LS 4.1.2a
Similarities Between Parents and their Offspring Sorting Living and Non-Living Things
Other Adapted Life Science Lessons
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Butterfly Life Cycle
Animals Adapt
Mealworms Life Cycle

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