Grade 5 Programs

Grade 5 - Science

This course further explores the classification of organisms. Students dive deeper into the study of cells, the human body, forces in motion, natural disasters, energy, electricity, and astronomy.

What you'll learn

Unit 1 - Learn about the differences between renewable and non-renewable resources, and how to conserve natural resources.

Unit 2 - Learn about the importance of technology and computers in everyday life.

Unit 3 - Learn about the movement of the Earth in our solar system, the difference between comets and asteroids, as well as the moon.

Unit 4 - Learn about the universe, stars, constellations, and the formation of stars.

Unit 5 - Learn about electricity, the flow of electrical charge, and the difference between simple and complex circuits.

Unit 6 - Learn about different forms of energy, including light, sound, and thermal.

Unit 7 - Learn about forces, their impact on motion, simple machines, and the laws of Sir Isaac Newton.

Unit 8 - Learn about physical and chemical changes, the properties of matters, and the importance of technology.

Unit 9 - Learn about the different states of matter, its properties, atoms, and the difference between mixtures and solutions.

Unit 10 - Learn about the six kingdoms of organisms, taxonomy, and the classification of vertebrates and invertebrates.

Unit 11 - Learn about the layers of the Earth, how natural disasters impact the layers of the Earth, as well as minerals and rocks.

Unit 12 - Learn about the movement of air within our atmosphere, severe climate changes, and devices for weather measurement.

Unit 13 - Learn about the difference between salt and freshwater systems, the water cycle, and the formation of clouds.

Unit 14 - Learn about how ecosystems change, the evolution of species, and pollution.

Unit 15 - Learn about the needs of different ecosystems, how organisms interact with one another, and camouflage.

Unit 16 - Learn about photosynthesis, plant reproduction, and leaves.

Unit 17 - Learn about the circulatory, digestive, and respiratory systems, as well as the flow of blood through the human body.

Unit 18 - Learn about what cells are, what makes us human tissues, the difference between animal and plant cells, and how cells work toward.

Class Highlights

  • Thousands of practice problems and worksheets
  • Confidence-building, expert teachers
  • Excellent preparation for school classwork and assessments
  • Teacher-recommended curriculums and workbooks
  • Interactive, all-inclusive online practice platform included for free
  • Support students to gain independence in their education
  • Organism kingdoms
  • Cells, human tissues, and human organs
  • Photosynthesis
  • Evolution
  • Newton’s laws
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Class Starts:


Course Duration:

75 mins

Class Schedule:

Once a week, Mon-Fri



  • Passionate and friendly teachers

  • Engaging classroom activities

  • Confidence boosting practical problem solving

  • School-recommended curriculum and workbooks