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Twig Science is a phenomena-based, investigation-driven K–6 program from global STEM experts and award-winning storytellers built for the California Next Generation Science Standards.
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An intuitive and collaborative online platform where students and teachers have 24-7 access to a complete range of rich media, award-winning videos, and investigations.
High-interest, magazine-style, and phenomena-based leveled readers for Above-level, On-level, Below-level, and English Learner students.
Unpacks science content into quick and easy nuggets of information, with clear definitions, simple diagrams, and stunning visuals.
Beautifully designed, instructionally sequenced resources, including activities, diagrams, and images.
Twig Science Lab Kits are clearly labeled, simply organized, and available for each module, with replenishment kits available for consumable items. Additionally, Twig Science offers grade-level Science Essentials Kits, providing key equipment to ensure you have all you need to roll out amazing hands-on investigations.
Colorful, all-in-one experiential text and investigation notebook to model, annotate, promote discourse and capture three-dimensional student thinking.
Available in print and digital. Modular Teacher Editions are accessible, comprehensive, and versatile.
Assessment strategies measure what students know and are able to do, stress performance tasks, and include multiple measures of student performance, such as written assignments, collaborative engineering design tasks, and oral presentations.
From weather warnings to trending technology, Twig Science Reporter introduces your students to the latest topical science news from around the world, alongside classroom activities that put Science and Engineering Practices into action!