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K-2 Labs Materials List: Grade 1

Topic

Note: The below list only includes items that may not be readily available in the classroom or school building. For a complete list of materials please see the Labs lessons.

Grade 1, Module 1

Materials

  • Work station materials (modeling clay, common kitchen materials and safe cooking utensils, felt or magnet boards)
  • Building blocks (one set of wood or linking blocks)
  • White boards (several to share)
  • White board markers (one per student)
  • Dress-up Materials (assortment of regular items including fun pieces of fabric, dress shirts, ties, bags, glasses, costume jewelry, etc., plus a few specific items like lab coat and stethoscope, tool belt and hardhat, fire hat, police badges)
  • Hand or Finger Puppets (several to share)
  • Magnifying glass (one per student in the Create Lab)
  • Craft sticks (five or six per student)
  • Pipe cleaners (five or six per student)
  • Funnel (one to share)
  • Measuring cup (one to share)
  • Stopwatch or timer (one to share)
  • Tweezers (one to share)
Grade 1, Module 2

Materials

  • Watercolor paints (one set per student)
  • Watercolor paper (blank; one piece per student and one piece for teacher modeling)
  • Paintbrushes (one for teacher modeling and one per student or a cup of paintbrushes per workstation)
  • Flashlights (one per pair and one for teacher modeling)
  • Metal book rings (one per student)
Grade 1, Module 3

Materials

  • Soil (5-quart bag; one to share)
  • Mixing bowl (5 quarts; one to share)
  • Plastic container (5 quarts; one to share)
  • Cylinder vases or graduated cylinders (two to share)
  • Sunflower seeds in the shell (five seeds per student in one or two cups to share)
  • Gummy worms (20 to share)
  • Styrofoam cubes (various sizes ranging from 1-inch cube to 3-inch cubes; 20 to share)
Grade 1, Module 4

Materials

  • Googly eyes (optional; variety of sizes in the Create Lab)
  • Feathers (optional; variety of sizes in the Create Lab)
  • Simulated eggs (small stones or other weights; variety per workstation)

Topic

Note: The below list only includes items that may not be readily available in the classroom or school building. For a complete list of materials please see the Labs lessons.

Grade 1, Module 1

Materials

  • Work station materials (modeling clay, common kitchen materials and safe cooking utensils, felt or magnet boards)
  • Building blocks (one set of wood or linking blocks)
  • White boards (several to share)
  • White board markers (one per student)
  • Dress-up Materials (assortment of regular items including fun pieces of fabric, dress shirts, ties, bags, glasses, costume jewelry, etc., plus a few specific items like lab coat and stethoscope, tool belt and hardhat, fire hat, police badges)
  • Hand or Finger Puppets (several to share)
  • Magnifying glass (one per student in the Create Lab)
  • Craft sticks (five or six per student)
  • Pipe cleaners (five or six per student)
  • Funnel (one to share)
  • Measuring cup (one to share)
  • Stopwatch or timer (one to share)
  • Tweezers (one to share)
Grade 1, Module 2

Materials

  • Watercolor paints (one set per student)
  • Watercolor paper (blank; one piece per student and one piece for teacher modeling)
  • Paintbrushes (one for teacher modeling and one per student or a cup of paintbrushes per workstation)
  • Flashlights (one per pair and one for teacher modeling)
  • Metal book rings (one per student)
Grade 1, Module 3

Materials

  • Soil (5-quart bag; one to share)
  • Mixing bowl (5 quarts; one to share)
  • Plastic container (5 quarts; one to share)
  • Cylinder vases or graduated cylinders (two to share)
  • Sunflower seeds in the shell (five seeds per student in one or two cups to share)
  • Gummy worms (20 to share)
  • Styrofoam cubes (various sizes ranging from 1-inch cube to 3-inch cubes; 20 to share)
Grade 1, Module 4

Materials

  • Googly eyes (optional; variety of sizes in the Create Lab)
  • Feathers (optional; variety of sizes in the Create Lab)
  • Simulated eggs (small stones or other weights; variety per workstation)

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