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Hands-On Interactive For Science and Technology, Grade 4


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Grade: for grade 4
SKU: 978-1-55379-360-1 Category: Tag:

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Format:
  • Interactive Activity

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Recommended by Curriculum Services Canada

The activities found in Hands-On Interactive for Science and Technology (HOI) are based on current Canadian curriculum documents, and include games, virtual experiments, demonstrations, diagrams, and a variety of sensory-based lessons—for the entire school year! Each activity is classroom tested, student-friendly, pedagogically sound, and engaging for students. Students can work independently, in small groups, or as a whole-class on science concepts that are introduced, reinforced, or extended in this highly relevant, interactive learning format.

The HOI activities for Grade 4 are organized into four instructional units:

  • Unit 1: Habitats and Communities
  • Unit 2: Pulleys and Gears
  • Unit 3: Understanding Matter and Energy
  • Unit 4: Rocks and Minerals

To download HOI for Grade 4, simply click on “Add to Cart,” located in the left-hand column and proceed through checkout. When your order is complete, you will find a “Download” link for HOI for Science and Technology, Grade 4 on the “My Account” page.

The HOI downloadable link includes:
  • Approximately 40 interactive activities
  • Directions and goals for each activity
  • A single-user licence (for mac, pc, and interactive whiteboard)

Please note: While most computers will easily open these files, your PC computer may need a bit of help. After saving the file to your computer from “My Account” go to unzip-online.com to “uncompress” the file.

Important: You will need Adobe Air to view your Hands-On Interactive product. Adobe Air is available to download free here: get.adobe.com/air/

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