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The Science Of Guts

from Science Central

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In this interactive lab, students will learn the organs involved in the digestive system, understand how the parts work together to digest food, and have the opportunity to create their own diagram of guts. Students will learn the organs involved in the digestive system, understand how the parts work together to digest food and find out why they need to eat a balanced diet.

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Cost

By Request: $135.00
By Request Premium: $100.00


Additional Programs booked consecutively on that day will be at a lower price of $95.00 USD per program.

If your school is located in Allen County, Indiana, or are in one of the surrounding counties, please visit our website for possible funding for your program.

http://sciencecentral.org/off-site-programs/interactive-video-conferencing/available-programs/funding-your-learning

Length

30-45 minutes


Target Audience

Education: Grade(s) Kindergarten, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Adult LearnersPublic Library: Library Patrons

Minimum participants:

No minimum

Maximum participants:

32 Students


Primary Disciplines

Health/Physical Education, Sciences, Problem Solving


Program Delivery Mode

Videoconference - H.323 (Polycom, Cisco/Tandberg, LifeSize, etc...)
Videoconference – Webcam/desktop (Zoom, Skype, iChat, Vidyo, Movi/Jabber, Blue Jeans, etc...)



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Provider's Cancellation Policy

We will not charge for programs cancelled due to nature i.e. snow days. The full fee will be charged to sites which cancel with less than 48 hours notice.

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Science Central

Fort Wayne, IN
United States

Science Central is a non-profit focused on STEM based learning. We provide hands-on programming in an exciting mix of demonstrations and labs beamed directly to your location!

We opened on November 5, 1995 and are located in a renovated Light and Power Plant. We are the only regional science and technology center in Northeast Indiana. We are also the only NASA Educator Resource Center in Indiana.

We are open throughout the whole year and are able to provide programming during the school year as well as during the summer.

Contact:
Justin McAfee
ivc@sciencecentral.org
2604242400418

Program Details

Format

1. Introduction of Speaker
2. Identification and explanation of the Esophagus
3. Identification and explanation of the Stomach
4. Identification and explanation of the Small Intestine
5. Identification and explanation of the Pancreas, Gallbladder, and Liver
6. Identification and explanation of the Large Intestine
7. Identification and explanation of the Kidneys/urinary system
8. Review and Wrap up of Program

Objectives

Students will learn
-the organs involved in the digestive system
-understand how the parts work together to digest food
-find out why they need to eat a balanced diet

Standards Alignment

National Standards

TBA

State Standards

Science Standards
Grade Kindergarten
Process Standards
The Nature of Science
• Use a scientific notebook to record predictions, questions and observations about data with pictures, numbers or in words.
• Conduct investigations that may happen over time as a class, in small groups, or independently.
• Generate questions and make observations about natural processes.
• Discuss observations with peers and be able to support your conclusion with evidence.
Standard 1 – Core Standard: Observe, manipulate, sort and generate questions about objects and their physical properties.
K.1.1 Use all senses as appropriate to observe, sort and describe objects according to their composition and physical properties, such as size, color, and shape. Explain these choices to others and generate questions about the objects.
K.1.2 Identify and explain possible uses for an object based on its properties and compare these uses with other students’ ideas.
Standard 3 – Core Standard: Observe living organisms, compare and contrast their characteristics, and ask questions about them.
K.3.1 Observe and draw physical features of common plants and animals.
Grade 1
Process Standards
The Nature of Science
• Use a scientific notebook to record predictions, questions and observations about data with pictures, numbers or in words.
• Conduct investigations that may happen over time as a class, in small groups, or independently.
• Generate questions and make observations about natural processes.
• Discuss observations with peers and be able to support your conclusion with evidence.
Grade 2
Process Standards
The Nature of Science
• Use a scientific notebook to record predictions, questions and observations about data with pictures, numbers or in words.
• Conduct investigations that may happen over time as a class, in small groups, or independently.
• Generate questions and make observations about natural processes.
• Discuss observations with peers and be able to support your conclusion with evidence.
Grade 3
Process Standards
The Nature of Science
• Plan and carry out investigations as a class, in small groups or independently, often over a period of several class lessons.
• Keep accurate records in a notebook during investigations and communicate findings to others using graphs, charts, maps and models through oral and written reports.
Grade 4
Process Standards
The Nature of Science
• Plan and carry out investigations as a class, in small groups or independently, often over a period of several class lessons.
• Keep accurate records in a notebook during investigations and communicate findings to others using graphs, charts, maps and models through oral and written reports.
Standard 3 – Core Standard: Observe, describe, and ask questions about structures of organisms and how they affect their growth and survival.
4.3.3 Design an investigation to explore how organisms meet some of their needs by responding to stimuli from their environment.
Grade 5
Process Standards
The Nature of Science
• Plan and carry out investigations as a class, in small groups or independently, often over a period of several class lessons.
• Keep accurate records in a notebook during investigations and communicate findings to others using graphs, charts, maps and models through oral and written reports.