Let’s Have a Moment of Science

Grade 3

Earth science: AstronomyEarth science: Astronomy, Planets of solar system, Formation of solar system, Unique properties of each planet in solar system, Meteors asteroids and satellites, Celestial bodies: Milky way, Stars and Sun, Clouds, types of clouds, Weather measuring devices, Extreme Weather
Matter: Chemical testPhysical change, Change in colour, size, shape, state, and texture, Chemical change, Change to form compound, suspension, and solutions, Mixtures, Physical properties
Life Science: Human systemsLife Cycle of Human, Digestive system, Respiratory system, Skeletal system, Muscular system, Circulatory system

Grade 4

3rd Grade ReviewPlanet, Earth, and Solar System, States of Matter, Properties of Matter
Interaction Between Land and WaterEarth and Topography of Earth, Types of landforms, Impact of natural forces on land structures
Water CycleWater Cycle, Stream Table, Impact of Run-Off, Erosion, Effect of Erosion, Solution to Erosion, Stream Table, Effects of Weathering, Effect of weathering on Water Cycle
What Is Electricity?
Electric Circuits, Electricity and Electric Circuits
Electricity, History, and Inventions, Conductors, Semi-Conductors, Working Model Investigation for Circuits, Energy Transfer, Energy Conservation, Energy conversion
Nature AroundEcology, Ecosystem, Habitats and Adaptation in Natural World

Grade 5

Subject Topic
Classification of Living organismsUnicellular and Multicellular organisms, Prokaryotes, Eukaryotes, Classification of larger organisms: Vertebrates non-vertebrates, Life cycles of Insects and larger animals, Distinguishing characteristics of Vertebrates
Microscope and microscopic organismsIntroduction to microscope, Journey from Organelle to organ, Parts of cell, Different states of matter, Solids, Liquids, Gas, Change of states, Mass weight and density inter-relationship explained
Force and energyPotential energy and Kinetic energy, Relation between force and energy, Scalar and vector quantities
Newtons lawsNewtons first law, Newtons Second law, Newtons third law

Grade 6

Classification of organismsLiving organisms and adaptation, Biotic components, Abiotic components
Classification of plantsAngiosperm, Gymnosperm, Bryophytes. Monocots, Dicots, plant parts
Matter and SolutionMatter and Solution, Solids, liquids, gases, Different kinds of solutions
Motion and MovementMass, weight, Density, calculate mass weight density, Scalar vector quantities, Distance and Displacement
Acceleration and motion
Electricity and MagnetismStatic electricity, Current electricity, bulb, Filament, switch, Insulator, Magnetite, North pole, South pole, Compass, Polarity of Earth
EarthWhy is Earth habitable (tilt of Axis, presence of moon, atmosphere), Pollution (air, wind, water, sound, light), Reduce reuse and recycle
LightMirror, Luminosity, Reflection, Shadow, Opaque, Translucent, Transparent

Grade 7

ScienceEnergy, Force, Motion and Time, Newton’s Three laws, Force, Potential energy and Kinetic Energy, Heat: transfer of heat, Simple machines: Laws of lever, Properties of matter, Phase of matter, Physical change and chemical change, Earth, Moon, Gravity, Weather and Climate, Winds, Storm and Cyclones, Cell structure and functions, Mendelian Genetics, Circulatory, Respiratory system, Digestive, Excretory system, Ecology, Evolution

Grade 8

ChemistryIntroduction to Matter, Matter and its properties, Arrangement of Electrons in Atoms, Development of the atomic model, Modern Atomic theories, Chemical Formulas and Chemical Compounds, The Periodic Law, Chemical Bonding
PhysicsEnergy and the electromagnetic spectrum, Light and shadow reflection, Image Formed by a Plane Mirror, Definition of Convex and Concave Lens, Colors of Sunlight
BiologyAstronomy- introduction, Lunar phases, Role of gravity on motion of planets and galaxies, Nervous system, Central nervous system, Peripheral nervous system

Grade 9

Biology HonorsChemical Bonding, Octet Rule, Laboratory rules and safety protocols, Different Kind of graphing methods, Biomolecules, Cell structure and function, Cell division - Mitosis, Meiosis, DNA structure, DNA Replication, Mutations, Protein synthesis, Heredity, Pedigree analysis, Cellular Energetics, Evolution, Ecology

Grade 10

ChemistryIntroduction to Matter, Organization of Matter, Dimensional Analysis, Structure of Atom, Periodic Law, Chemical Bonding, Stichometry, Chemical Formula and Chemical Compound, Chemical Equation and Chemical Reaction, Organic Chemistry, Gasses and Law of Gasses, Electro Chemistry, Redox Reaction

Grade 11

PhysicsMotion in a Straight Line, Motion in a Plane, Force and Laws of Motion, Application of Laws of Motion, Work , Power & Energy, System of Particles, Rotational Motion, Gravitation, Electric Charge and Field, Current, Electricity, Magnetism, Electromagnetism

Grade 11 & 12

AP Biology
AP BiologyAtomic Structure and Chemical Bonding, Properties of Water, Organic Compounds, Protein folding, Cell structure and function, Cell communication and cell signaling, Immune System, Endocrine system, Nervous system, Cell Cycle- Mitosis- Meiosis, DNA structure, replication protein synthesis, Heredity and Rules of heredity, Molecular Basis of Inheritance, Cellular energetics, Evolution and Ecology, AP Lab review, Review, Multiple choice, Open ended questions Resolution
AP/AT Physics
TopicBasic DetailPercentage Weightage
MechanicsKinematics, such as velocity, acceleration, and motion in one and two dimensions
Dynamics, such as force, Newton’s laws, statics, and friction Energy and Momentum, such as potential and kinetic energy, work, power, impulse, and conservation laws
Circular Motion, such as uniform circular motion and centripetal force
Simple Harmonic Motion, such as mass on a spring and the pendulum
Gravity, such as the law of gravitation, orbits, and Kepler’s laws
36% - 42%
Electricity and MagnetismElectric Fields, Forces and Potentials, such as Coulomb’s law, induced charge, field, and potential of groups of point charges, and charged particles in electric fields
Capacitance, such as parallel-plate capacitors and time-varying behavior in charging/ discharging Circuit Elements and DC Circuits, such as resistors, light bulbs, series and parallel networks, Ohm’s law, and Joule’s law
Magnetism, such as permanent magnets, fields caused by currents, particles in magnetic fields, Faraday’s law, and Lenz’s law
18% - 24%
Wave and OpticsGeneral Wave Properties, such as wave speed, frequency, wavelength, superposition, standing waves, and Doppler effect
Reflection and Refraction, such as Snell’s law and changes in wavelength and speed
Ray Optics, such as image formation using pinholes, mirrors, and lenses
Physical Optics, such as single-slit diffraction, double-slit interference, polarization, and color
15% - 19%
Heat and ThermodynamicsThermal Properties, such as temperature, heat transfer, specific and latent heats, and thermal expansion
Laws of Thermodynamics, such as first and second laws, internal energy, entropy, and heat engine efficiency
6% - 11%
Modern PhysicsQuantum Phenomena,such as photoelectric effect and electron diffraction
Atomic, such as the Rutherford and Bohr models, atomic energy levels, and atomic spectra
Nuclear Physics, such as radioactivity, fission, fusion, and other nuclear processes
Relativity, such as time dilation, length contraction, and mass-energy equivalence
6% - 11%
MiscellaneousGeneral, such as history of physics and general questions that overlap several major topics
Analytical skills, such as graphical analysis, measurement, and math skills
Contemporary physics, such as astrophysics, superconductivity, and chaos theory
4% - 9%
Chemistry Honors
ChemistryIntroduction to Matter, Organization of Matter, Dimensional Analysis, Structure of Atom, Periodic Law, Chemical Bonding, Stichometry, Chemical Formula and Chemical, Compound, Chemical Equation and Chemical, Reaction, Organic Chemistry, Gasses and Law of Gasses, Electro Chemistry, Redox Reaction