Wednesday, 7 December 2011

Science Worksheet (Push And Pull)

Fill in the blanks:

       (      shape         twist         stretch         direction         speed         push        )

1.  (                             ) is a combination of a push and a pull.

2.  Pushing and pulling can change the (                            ) of movement.

3.  You need to (                              ) to close a drawer.

4.  To (                               ) up is to move faster.

5.  Pushing and pulling can change the (                                ) of objects.

6.  A rubber band becomes longer when you (                             ) it.

Music Video for Push And Pull

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UNIT 8 PUSH AND PULL

(1)  We push and pull to do many things. Example, play basketball, weeding, push trolley, play kites, sawing, scrubbing floor.











(2)  Pushing and pulling can
       (a)  change the shape of objects.
       (b)  make things speed up.
       (c)  make things slow down.
       (d)  make things change direction.


(3)  How things move depends on their sizes and how hard we push or pull them.
   


   



    
(a)  The harder we push and pull, the further the things moves.



    



  
  (b)  If we push or pull equally hard, the smaller thing will move further.
   


   



    
(c)  We should do the tests fairly.

Sunday, 4 December 2011

Science Worksheet (Mixing Things)













                   crayons                                                                                                    milk

             







                                                          curry powder


instant coffee powder                                        

                                                                                                                     






                                                               
                                                                                                                             paper clips                     
rock sugar                                                                                                                                                                                    
                                                                        










pepper                                                                                                             sugar                                                                                                                                                        









red beans                                         


                                                                                                               salt

Group the things shown above into things that dissolve and do not dissolve in water.

List them as shown below:

(1)  Things that dissolve in water : (                                       ) (                                        )
          (                                       ) (                                         ) (                                            )


(2) Things that do not dissolve in water : (                                    ) (                                       )
          (                                          ) (                                           ) (                                             )



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UNIT 7 MIXING THINGS

(1)  Some materials can dissolve in water. They will disappear in water. Example: sugar, salt, instant coffee powder and milk.


 










 (2)  When a material dissolves in water, we get a solution.

(3)  Some materilas cannot dissolve in water. These materials do not dissapear in water. Example: sand, coin, key and leaf.           
                                                                                                                    

                         









(4)  You can check whether something dissolves in water by
        (a)  tasting the mixture
        (b)  filtering the mixture

Saturday, 3 December 2011

Science Worksheet (The Magic Of Batteries)

Fill in the blanks:

      (       battery            positive terminal                torch                table              car      
            
         wire                 toy car                 bulb              negative terminal              book        )

1.  Name two things that use batteries. (                            ) (                                )

2.  Name two things that do not use batteries. (                           ) (                          )

3.  The two terminals of the battery are (                                                  )
     and (                                               ).

4.  We must using (                             ) , (                           ) and (                            )
     to make a complete circuit.


5.  This car battery is uses for (                            ).

Video for How To Make A Complete Circuit

Science Year 2: How To Make A Complete Circuit - YouTube

www.youtube.com/watch?v=P--6242jJf43 Dec 2007 - 22 sec - Uploaded by nichoontay
A video teaching children about Science, the world around us, batteries, plants etc.

Video for The Magic Of Batteries



Science Year 2: The Magic of Batteries - YouTube

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A video teaching childrean about Science, the world around us, plants, etc.

UNIT 6 THE MAGIC OF BATTERIES

(1)  These are batteries.











(2)  There are many things that use batteries. For example, alarm clock, CD player, calculator, torch and toy car.











 (3)  Things that use batteries have a battery holder.

(4)  Batteries must be inserted correctly for things to work.

(5)  To make a circuit, you must connect battery, wire and bulb. If the bulb lights up, it is a complete circuit.

Thursday, 1 December 2011

Science Worksheet (Long or Short)

(A)  Fill in the blanks:

               (          taller               string               erasers               longer        )

1.  A coconut tree is (                          ) than a papaya tree.

2.  A pencil is (                         ) than a paper clip.

3.  I can use a (                          ) to measure my height.

4.  Paper clips and (                        ) can be used for measuring the length of a book.

(B)

                                     
                                                                                                   
 

Look at the picture above. Which animal has

(a)  a short tail but long ears?

(b)  long legs and a long neck?

(c)  a long tail?

(d)  a long nose?

(C)
                                                                                                       

  
                                    
Look at the school bus and the car above.

(a)  Which one is taller?

(b)  Which one is shorter?

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UNIT 5 LONG OR SHORT

(1) Some objects are long, some are short.

(2) Some objects are tall, some are short.

(3) We compare the lengths of objects to find out which is longer or shorter.

(4) We compare the heights of objects to find out which is taller or shorter.



(5) We use non-standard tools like a piece of long string, hair pins, straws, pencils, erasers or paper clips to measure the lengths or heights of objects.

Monday, 28 November 2011

Image For The Part Of The Plant

Science Worksheet (Plants)

Fill in the blanks:

           (         flowers           taller            seeds            water             leaves       )

1.  Plants need the right amount of (                            ).

2.  As a plant grows, it becomes (                       ), bigger and has more (                     ).

3.  Most of the fruits develop from (                           ).

4.  Fruits contain (                         ) which can grow into new plants.

Music Video for Plants

Science Year 2 - YouTube

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Science Year 2: Plants - YouTube

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UNIT 4 PLANTS

(1) Plants need the right amount of water for healthy growth.

(2) When a plant grows, it becomes taller, bigger and has more leaves.

(3) Flowering plants produce seeds which can grow into new plants.

(4) Different plants produce different kinds of seeds.

Friday, 25 November 2011

Image For Animals Life Cycle

Life Cycle of Butterfly








       


Life Cycle of Mosquito












Life Cycle of Human

  











Life Cycle of Frog

                      

Science Worksheet (Animals)

Fill in the blanks:

(    size           water         weight         calf           food           plants    )

1.  Animals need (                    ). Without it, animals will die of hunger.

2.  Animals need (                    ). Without it, animals will die of thirst.

3.  Zebras are animals that eat (                         ).

4.  When animals grow, they increase in (                    ) and (                      ).

5.  A baby cow is called a (                      ).

Video for Animal Life Cycles

Animal Life Cycles - YouTube

www.youtube.com/watch?v=xmsTccmRMh426 Nov 2007 - 3 min - Uploaded by SurelyTempo
The life cycles of a butterfly, chicken, frog and mosquito.

Video for Animals

Science Year 2: Animals - YouTube

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A video teaching children about Science, the world around us and animals.