Units of Inquiry

Who We Are

Celebrations, traditions and culture reflect beliefs and values and connect people as humans.

Lines of Inquiry

  • Beliefs, values, culture celebrations and traditions
  • How beliefs and values inspire culture, celebrations and traditions
  • Understanding and appreciating different values and beliefs

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Where We Are In Time & Place

Learning about history helps people understand the relationship between the past and the present.

Lines of Inquiry

  • Our personal and family histories
  • Relationship between the past and the present
  • How we learn about the past

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How The World Works

Materials behave and interact in certain ways, which determine how people use them.

Lines of Inquiry

  • Playing with materials help to understand their properties
  • How materials are used
  • Creating with materials

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How We Express Ourselves

Signs, symbols and images help humans represent ideas and make sense of the world.

Lines of Inquiry

  • How signs, symbols and images are used
  • How signs, symbols and images are connected to meaning
  • How we communicate

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Sharing The Planet

Living things interact and depend on each other for survival.

Lines of Inquiry

  • Characteristics of living things
  • The needs of living things
  • Our responsibility for the well-being of living things

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