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PRIMARY

Natural Science TEACHER’S RESOURCE BOOK

PRIMARY

Natural Science TEACHER’S RESOURCE BOOK

TEACHER’S RESOURCE BOOK Natural Science 1 is a collective work, conceived, designed and created by the Primary Education department at Santillana, under the supervision of Antonio Brandi Fernández. WRITER Carmen Gutiérrez MANAGING EDITOR Sheila Tourle PROJECT EDITOR Geona Edwards EDITOR Vassilia Katte PROOFREADING Sheila Klaiber ILLUSTRATIONS Antonio Aragüez, Juan Carlos Carmona, Marimar Ferrero, Eduardo Fuentes, Pablo Hidalgo

PRIMARY

Natural Science

Contents Nombre

Fecha

Introduction...........................................................................................................III

Worksheets Reinforcement......................................................................................................... 6 Extension.............................................................................................................. 22 Assessment........................................................................................................... 38 Investigate!............................................................................................................ 54 Science songs....................................................................................................... 62

Answer keys........................................................................................................ 68

Introduction

The Natural Science 1 Teacher’s Resource Book provides a wide variety of photocopiable worksheets designed to broaden and reinforce the concepts covered in the Natural Science 1 Student’s Book and Teacher’s Book. The worksheets allow a flexible approach in the classroom. Students in the same class can be given different worksheets according to their level: stronger students can expand on the material learnt in class, and students needing more support can use the worksheets to revise when necessary. Weaker students can also work together to complete the tasks with stronger peers. Teachers with more contact hours can make use of the photocopiable materials as and when they need to. They can be used for revision purposes, for extension practice, as progress tests, for assessment or for homework. There are five categories of worksheets: Reinforcement, Extension, Assessment, Investigate! and Science songs. The Answer keys are provided at the back of the book.

Worksheets Reinforcement, Extension and Assessment worksheets

Healthy food

REINFORCEMENT

Name 1

Name

Whic™ µealfi a®æ t™eßæ? Unscramb¬æ an∂ wri†æ.

aab®ekt߃

There are Reinforcement, Extension and Assessment worksheets for each unit. These worksheets are a flexible tool which can be used after the relevant sections of the Student’s Book.

Healthy food

3

Date 2

red

frui† an∂ √±@etab¬efi

blue

dair¥ productfi

green

µea† an∂ fis™

brown

pulßefi an∂ ©e®ea¬

Fin∂ an∂ matc™ t™eßæ foodfi i> t™æ kitc™e>.

Depending on the level of the students, they can complete the worksheets with or without consulting their Student’s Books, in the classroom or at home.

fis™

mil§

b®ea∂

yoghur†

πea® 10

W™e®æ do t™eßæ foodfi coµæ froµ? Wri†æ anima¬ o® plan†.

µea†

carro†

There are eight double page Reinforcement worksheets. They are designed to provide additional support for students in need of further practice.

2

3

Ußæ t™æ colou® §e¥ to classi‡¥ t™eßæ foodfi into groupfi.

hcnl¤

nn®ed^

2

REINFORCEMENT

Date

Natural Science 1

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Animals

EXTENSION

Name 1

There are eight Extension worksheets. They can be used for fast finishers or to further expand on the material covered in class.

Name

—hooßæ a> anima¬ an∂ comp¬e†æ t™æ in∂e≈ car∂.

1

shar§

finfi

swimfi

i> t™æ ai®

mon§e¥

¬egfi

fliefi

o> lan∂

vultu®æ

wingfi

walkfi

i> wa†e®

A

hafi go† I†

2

Animals

4

Date

R�ea∂ an∂ draw.

A”> anima¬ wit™... X sca¬efi wingfi ba®æ ski> ¬egfi X finfi ƒeat™erfi

. 2

oat∂ nsae§ suoripavo

R�ea∂ an∂ wri†æ 1, 2 o® 3.

1. carnivo®æ 2. ™erbivo®æ 3. omnivo®æ I ea† antfi an∂ ot™e® inßectfi.

T™æ animalfi bor> froµ a> [email protected] a®æ cal¬e∂

4

A”> anima¬ wit™... X wingfi sca¬efi fu® ¬egfi X ƒeat™erfi finfi

.

Unscramb¬æ t™æ wordfi an∂ comp¬e†æ.

EXTENSION

Date

I ea† grasfi an∂ wormfi. I ea† sæedfi an∂ nutfi.

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Natural Science 1

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Animals

1

Date

Name

»olou® t™æ [email protected] thingfi. A

2

Animals

4

ASSESSMENT

Name

B

1

C

D

tai¬

Tic§ (✓) t™æ oviparoufi animalfi.

There are eight double page Assessment worksheets per unit. These worksheets can be given to students once the unit has been completed, to evaluate progress or as a revision test.

finfi

eggfi

44

crabfi

fis™

a®æ bor> froµ ha√¶ go† å pro†ec† t™ei® bod¥. Natural Science 1

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—irc¬æ t™æ od∂ onæ ou†.

carnivo®efi

R�ea∂ an∂ comp¬e†æ t™æ sen†en©efi.

1. 2.

IV

Assessment worksheets

4

E

2

s™el¬

™erbivo®efi .

to

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Date

L”a∫±¬ t™æ partfi o£ t™æ fis™.

sca¬efi

3

ASSESSMENT

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Investigate! worksheets The eight Investigate! worksheets provide additional opportunities for students to carry out simple investigative tasks either in the classroom or at home.

Healthy food

INVESTIGATE

Name

3

Date

Do yo€ an∂ you® fr^en∂ ea† ™ealth¥ foodfi? R’ea∂ an∂ wri†æ.

1

yo€

1

Wha† a®æ t™eßæ two animalfi li§æ? R”ea∂ an∂

you® fr^en∂

Wha†´fi you® favouri†æ foo∂? Wha†´fi you® favouri†æ drin§? Wri†æ two favouri†æ fruitfi. Wri†æ two favouri†æ √±@etab¬efi. Draw you® favouri†æ µea¬.

2

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Other animals

SCIENCE SONGS

Name 1

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Science songs worksheets

5

Date

L”is†e> to t™æ [email protected] an∂ circ¬æ.

There are five Science songs worksheets to complement the songs recorded on the Class Audio CD. The songs can be used with these worksheets or played as background music while students work in class.

1. I li√¶ i> t™æ ßeå. Wha† aµ I? å ∫±a®/å dolphi> 2. W™e®æ dø±fi t™æ ∫±a® li√¶? i> å fo®es†/o> å farµ 3. W™e®æ dø±fi t™æ chic§e> li√¶? i> t™æ ßeå/o> å farµ

4. T™æ jung¬æ ifi m¥ hoµæ. Wha† aµ I? å [email protected]®/å dolphi> 66

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Answer keys

Answer keys

1

They are provided at the back of this Teacher’s Resource Book.

YOUR BODY

page 6 1. Match. Then, trace. pictures, top to bottom: hand head arm foot hair leg page 7 1. Match the senses to the parts of the body. pictures, top to bottom: smell taste hear see touch 2. Read and trace. (Students trace the words.) 2

BEING HEALTHY

page 8 1. What do you use to clean yourself? Look and trace. (Ss trace the words.) 2. Circle the healthy words. clean, exercise, sleep, shower, wash. page 9 1. Draw the paths from the children to the healthy habits. Boy: brushing his teeth and sleeping.

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REINFORCEMENT

Girl: doing exercise and washing her hands. 2. What can you do to have healthy teeth? Tick (✓). (Ss tick the dentist, the toothpaste and toothbrush, the fruits, and the glass of milk.) 3

HEALTHY FOOD

page 10 1. Which meals are these? Unscramble and write. clockwise, from top left: breakfast, lunch, dinner. 2. Find and match these foods in the kitchen. (See picture page 10.) page 11 1. Use the colour key to classify these foods into groups. red → fruit and vegetables: salad and banana. blue → dairy products: butter and cheese. green → meat and fish: chicken and tuna fish. brown → pulses and cereal: bread, beans and lentils. 2. Where do these foods come from? Write animal or plant. meat: animal. tomato: plant. fish: animal. melon: plant.

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V

Your body Name 1

REINFORCEMENT

1

Date

M”atc™. T™e>, tra©æ.

arµ foo† ¬[email protected] han∂ ™ea∂ hai® 6

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Your body Name 1

REINFORCEMENT

1

Date

M”atc™ t™æ senßefi to t™æ partfi o£ t™æ bod¥.

ßææ ™ea® touc™ sµel¬ tas†æ

2

R�ea∂ an∂ tra©æ.

1. I ca> ßææ di‡£e®en† colourfi an∂ di‡£e®en† shaπefi wit™ m¥ e¥efi . 2. I ca> touc™ har∂ thingfi an∂ so‡† thingfi wit™ m¥ handfi . 3. I ca> tas†æ s‰¶e†, salt¥ an∂ sou® thingfi wit™ m¥ tong¤æ . Photocopiable material © 2014 Santillana Educación, S.L. / Richmond Publishing

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7

Being healthy

REINFORCEMENT

Name 1

2

Date

Wha† do yo€ ußæ to c¬ea> yourße¬ƒ? L”oo§ an∂ tra©æ.

soaπ å brus™ an∂ shampoo toothpas†æ an∂ å toothbrus™ å [email protected]æ 2

—irc¬æ t™æ ™ealth¥ wordfi.

c¬ea>e≈ercißedirtys¬æepsho∑±rwas™ 8

Natural Science 1

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Being healthy Name

REINFORCEMENT

Date

1

Dra∑ t™æ pathfi froµ t™æ child®e> to t™æ ™ealth¥ habitfi.

2

Wha† ca> yo€ do to ha√¶ ™ealth¥ †æet™? Tic§ (✓).

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2

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Healthy food

REINFORCEMENT

Name 1

3

Date

Whic™ µealfi a®æ t™eßæ? Unscramb¬æ an∂ wri†æ.

aab®ekt߃

hcnl¤

nn®ed^

2

Fin∂ an∂ matc™ t™eßæ foodfi i> t™æ kitc™e>.

fis™ b®ea∂ carro† πea® 10

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Healthy food Name 1

2

REINFORCEMENT

3

Date

Ußæ t™æ colou® §e¥ to classi‡¥ t™eßæ foodfi into groupfi. red

frui† an∂ √±@etab¬efi

blue

dair¥ productfi

green

µea† an∂ fis™

brown

pulßefi an∂ ©e®ea¬

W™e®æ do t™eßæ foodfi coµæ froµ? Wri†æ anima¬ o® plan†.

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Animals

REINFORCEMENT

Name 1

Date

H”ow do t™eßæ animalfi mo√¶? M”atc™ an∂ wri†æ.

I† swimfi.

2

4

I† walkfi.

I† fl^efi.

L”oo§ a† t™æ animalfi. T™e>, ®ea∂ an∂ circ¬æ.

A [email protected]® hafi go† fu®/å s™el¬/ ƒeat™erfi/sca¬efi. A sna§æ walkfi/swimfi/ slit™erfi/fl^efi. A snai¬ hafi go† fu®/å s™el¬/ ƒeat™erfi/sca¬efi. 12

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Animals

REINFORCEMENT

Name 1

4

Date

A”®æ t™eßæ animalfi oviparoufi o® viviparoufi? —irc¬æ. blue





oviparoufi

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red





viviparoufi

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Other animals Name 1

REINFORCEMENT

5

Date

W™e®æ do t™eßæ animalfi li√¶? R�ea∂ an∂ wri†æ 1, 2, 3 o® 4.

1. 2. 3. 4.

14

I† I† I† I†

liñfi liñfi liñfi liñfi

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i> å fo®es†. o> å farµ. i> t™æ seå. i> å ∂eßer†.

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Other animals

REINFORCEMENT

Name 1

5

Date

R�ea∂ an∂ wri†æ wil∂ o® doµesti©.

A ca† ifi å

anima¬.

A ßeahorßæ ifi å

anima¬.

A kangaroo ifi å anima¬. anima¬.

A [email protected] ifi å A Ωebrå ifi å A [email protected] ifi å

anima¬. anima¬.

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Plants

REINFORCEMENT

Name 1

2

6

Date

Wha† do plantfi >æe∂ to li√¶? Tic§ (✓).

soi¬

flo∑±rfi

ai®

sunligh†

wa†e®

sto>efi

L”a∫±¬ t™æ plan†. T™e>, colou®.

¬ea√±fi

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s†eµ

rootfi

fruitfi

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Plants

REINFORCEMENT

Name 1

Date

Tra©æ t™æ wordfi. T™e>, ußæ t™æ firs† ¬et†erfi to comp¬e†æ t™æ ßen†en©æ.

© o ® >

2

6

π æ π π æ ®

o > ^ o >

® ^ © æ

Farµerfi har√±s† t™æ

.

R”ea∂ an∂ comp¬e†æ t™æ ßen†en©efi.

πer‡uµæ

clot™efi

furnitu®æ

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Using materials

REINFORCEMENT

Name 1

Date

What material is it made of? Match.

woo¬ 2

7

µeta¬

plasti©

paπe®

woo∂

What are these materials like? Read and complete.

transpa®en† rigi∂ Wæ ca> ßææ throug™ windowfi ∫±caußæ glasfi ifi

.

®esistan† f¬exib¬æ T™æ chairfi do no† b®ea§ ∫±caußæ woo∂ ifi . ™eav¥ ligh† T™æ houßæ ®esistfi t™æ win∂ ∫±caußæ . sto>efi a®æ 18

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Using materials

REINFORCEMENT

Name 1

7

Date

Which objects are made of materials that come from plants? Colour. A

B

C

F

D

H

I

G

E

K J 2

L

Match the rubbish to the correct recycling bin. E

A

B

PLASTIC METAL

G

PAPER

C

F D GLASS

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Machines

REINFORCEMENT

Name 1

Date

How do these machines work? Use the colour key to circle. red

2

8

electricity

blue

human energy

What kind of machine is it? Tick (✓). simple

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complex

manual

automatic

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Machines Name 1



2

REINFORCEMENT

8

Date

Label the parts of the computer.

moußæ   §eyboar∂   CPU   prin†e®   sc®æe>

What do you use computers for? Complete.

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Your body

EXTENSION

Name 1

1

Date

Ußæ t™æ colou® §e¥ to classi‡¥ t™æ bod¥ partfi.

fo® ™ea∂  green  fo® limbfi  red  fo® trun§  yellow 

foo† 2

c™es†

hai®

elbo∑

e¥efi

Wri†æ t™æ namefi o£ t™æ jointfi.

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Your body

EXTENSION

Name 1

1

Date

L”oo§ an∂ draw t™æ ob∆ectfi.

On the left side

On the right side

of the

of the

2

Wha† ca> yo€ usæ to ßææ bette®? —olou®.

3

Whic™ thingfi a®æ ba∂ fo® you® ™[email protected]? —rosfi (✗).

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Being healthy

EXTENSION

Name 1

Date

Wha† do yo€ do b¥ yourße¬ƒ? L”oo§ an∂ circ¬æ. orange

2

2



b¥ myße¬ƒ

blue



wit™ ™elπ

Wha† §æepfi yo€ ™ealth¥? Tic§ (✓).

[email protected] e≈ercißæ.   S hourfi å da¥.   [email protected] wa†e®.   E”[email protected] s∑¶etfi e√±r¥ da¥. 3

Wha† do yo€ do e√±r¥ da¥ to §æeπ ™ealth¥? —olou®.

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Being healthy

EXTENSION

Name 1

2

Date

Wha† a®æ t™e¥ [email protected] to pro†ec† t™ei® bod^efi? Matc™. T™e>, tra©æ.

k>ææ an∂ elbow padfi sunglasßefi ™elµe† 2

Wri†æ t™æ naµefi oƒ t™æ sportfi.

[email protected]

†ennifi

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footbal¬

bas§etbal¬

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Healthy food

EXTENSION

Name 1

3

Date

R ’ea∂ an∂ circ¬æ.

1. H”ow o‡†e> shoul∂ ‰¶ ea† ? e√±r¥ da¥ / e√±r¥ ∑¶e§ / occasionall¥ 2. H”ow o‡†e> should ∑¶ ea† ? e√±r¥ da¥ / e√±r¥ ∑¶e§ / occasionall¥ ? 3. H”ow o‡†e> should ∑¶ ea† e√±r¥ da¥ / e√±r¥ ∑¶e§ / occasionall¥ 2

—rosfi ou† (✗) t™æ [email protected] foodfi. dairy products

but†e® yoghur†

kiw^

meat and fish

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mil§

pulses and cereal

spag™ett^ chickπeafi [email protected]fi fruit and vegetables

b®ea∂

bananafi ¬ettu©æ

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Healthy food

EXTENSION

Name 1

3

Date

R’ea∂ an∂ comp¬e†æ.

mil§

™ealth¥

c™æeßæ

oliñfi

dair¥

saladfi

—owfi gi√¶ ufi an∂ µea†. Wæ ma§æ an∂ yoghur† froµ cowªfi mil§. T™eßæ a®æ productfi. froµ oli√¶ Wæ @e† t®æefi. Wæ ca> ußæ t™eµ i> . Wæ @et oi¬ froµ oli√±fi, too. Oli√¶ oi¬ ifi √±r¥ . Photocopiable material © 2014 Santillana Educación, S.L. / Richmond Publishing

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Animals

EXTENSION

Name 1

Date

—hooßæ a> anima¬ an∂ comp¬e†æ t™æ in∂e≈ car∂.

shar§

finfi

swimfi

i> t™æ ai®

mon§e¥

¬egfi

fliefi

o> lan∂

vultu®æ

wingfi

walkfi

i> wa†e®

A

hafi go† I†

2

4

. .

Unscramb¬æ t™æ wordfi an∂ comp¬e†æ.

oat∂ nsae§ suoripavo A”nimalfi bor> froµ a> [email protected] a®æ . 28

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Animals Name 1

EXTENSION

4

Date

R�ea∂ an∂ draw.

A”> anima¬ wit™... X   wingfi   sca¬efi   fu®   ¬egfi X   ƒeat™erfi   finfi A”> anima¬ wit™... X   sca¬efi   wingfi   ba®æ ski>   ¬egfi X   finfi   ƒeat™erfi 2

R�ea∂ an∂ wri†æ 1, 2 o® 3.

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Other animals

EXTENSION

Name 1

Date

L”oo§ a† t™æ pictu®efi an∂ comp¬e†æ t™æ ßen†en©efi.

T™eßæ animalfi a®æ

w 2

5

T™eßæ animalfi a®æ .



.

—rosfi t™æ od∂ anima¬ ou†.

®epti¬efi mammalfi fis™ birdfi amphibianfi 30

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Other animals

EXTENSION

Name 1

2

5

Date

Fin∂ an∂ circ¬æ si≈ animalfi. T™e>, wri†æ. w z

o

t

e

c

x

b

h

i

q

b

e

a

r

v

a

n

t

e

a

t

e

r

l

c

s

h

e

e

p

v

e

x m h

o

r

s

e

R�ea∂ an∂ ans∑±®. DOLPHINS

T ™e¥ li√¶ i> t™æ seå. • T™e¥ a®æ bor> froµ t™ei® mot™e®´fi womb. •

T ™e¥ ha√¶ go† finfi. • T™e¥ ea† fis™, squi∂ an∂ octopußefi. •

W™e®æ do t™e¥ li√¶?

How do t™e¥ mo√¶?

A”®æ t™e¥ oviparoufi o® viviparoufi?

Wha† do t™e¥ ea†?

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Plants

EXTENSION

Name 1

6

Date

Ußæ t™æ wordfi to comp¬e†æ t™æ †ex†.

rootfi flo∑±rfi fruitfi

trun§ ßæedfi ¬ea√±fi

A”pp¬æ t®æefi ha√¶ go† å har∂, thic§ to absorb wa†e® froµ t™æ an∂ [email protected] grow o> t™æ branc™efi. A”pp¬æ soi¬. i> t™æ [email protected] an∂ t®æefi ha√¶ go† i> t™æ sumµe®. insi∂æ. T™æ fruitfi ha√¶ go† 2

Whic™ par† do ∑¶ ea†? Wri†æ ¬ea√±fi, rootfi, s†emfi o® fruitfi. lettuce

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tomatoes

carrots

celery

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Plants Name 1

EXTENSION

6

Date

Wha† ifi i†? —omp¬e†æ t™æ †extfi. T™e>, draw.

∂eßertfi t®ææ dr¥ cactufi fo®estfi ∑±† I† growfi i> pla©efi li§æ . I† gi√±fi ufi woo∂ to ma§æ furnitu®æ. I† ifi . å I† >æedfi litt¬æ wa†e® to li√¶. I† growfi i> pla©efi li§æ . I† hafi go† spi>efi. I† ifi å .

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Using materials

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2

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Date

Find and circle eight materials. Then, write.

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Look and write 1, 2 or 3.

1. I† ifi fragi¬æ an∂ smoot™. I† ifi ma∂æ o£ glasfi. 2. I† ifi so‡† an∂ ligh†. I† ifi ma∂æ o£ woo¬. 3. I† ifi ®esistan† an∂ rigi∂. I† ifi ma∂æ o£ woo∂.

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Date

Write T (true) or F (false). 1. Cotton comes from animals. 2. Plastic and glass are made from other materials. 3. Leather comes from animals. 4. We use leather to make shoes and belts. 5. Glass is resistant. It does not break easily. 6. We cannot fold paper easily. It is rigid.

2

What materials are these objects made of? Write.

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Date

What are these machines used for? Match. communicating

carrying things

2

8

cleaning the house

cooking

taking photos

listening to music

Read and write the machines.

stapler

television

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Name 1

Date

Find and circle six machines. Then, classify them. s

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It works with electricity.

2

8

It works with human energy.

It works with petrol.

What do you use these machines for? Match, then colour. A

B

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ASSESSMENT

Name 1

2

1 5

Date

Wha† par† oƒ t™æ fa©æ ifi [email protected]? Draw. T™e>, tra©æ.

tong¤æ

e¥efi

noßæ

earfi

L”a∫±¬ t™æ jointfi.

ank¾

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wris†





elbo∑





k>ææ

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ASSESSMENT

Name 1

Date

Whic™ ßenßefi a®æ t™e¥ [email protected]? M”atc™. T™e>, tra©æ. A

B

ßææ 2

1

C

tas†æ

sµel¬

H”ow do t™e¥ tas†æ? R�ea∂ an∂ matc™.

s∑¶e†

salt¥

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ASSESSMENT

Name

Date

1

Tic§ (✓) t™æ ™ealth¥ habitfi.

2

Wha† a®æ t™e¥ [email protected]? M”atc™.

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ASSESSMENT

Date

1

Ho∑ do you brus™ you® †æet™? Wri†æ 1, 2, 3 an∂ 4.

2

R’ea∂. T™e>, circ¬æ Tr€æ o® Falßæ.

1. Sæ ou†.

2

Tic§ (✓) t™æ foodfi yo€ shoul∂ ea† e√±ry da¥.

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ASSESSMENT

Name 1

Date

»olou® t™æ [email protected] thingfi. A

2

B

C

D

E

L”a∫±¬ t™æ partfi o£ t™æ fis™.

sca¬efi

3

4

tai¬

finfi

R�ea∂ an∂ comp¬e†æ t™æ sen†en©efi.

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fis™

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Tic§ (✓) t™æ oviparoufi animalfi.

2

—irc¬æ t™æ od∂ onæ ou†.

ASSESSMENT

4

Date

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ASSESSMENT

Name 1

5

Date

W™e®æ do t™eßæ animalfi li√¶? Unscramb¬æ t™æ wordfi an∂ wri†æ. T™e>, matc™.

elahw tnahπe¬æ ®etsma™ råeb supotco hs^fyl¬æj

∑ æ ™ 2

I> wa†e® O> lan∂

∫ o ∆

Wha† foo∂ coµefi froµ t™eßæ animalfi? M”atc™.

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ASSESSMENT

Name 1

Date

Descri∫¶ t™eßæ animalfi. Wri†æ Yefi, i† ifi. o® No, i† is>´†.

1. I† 2. I† 3. I† 4. I† 2

5

ifi ifi ifi ifi

viviparoufi. oviparoufi. å carnivo®æ. å bir∂.

—lass^f¥ t™æ animalfi.

trou†

crocodi¾

sna§æ

salaman∂e® fis™

[email protected] amphibianfi

shar§ ®epti¬efi

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ASSESSMENT

Name 1

6

Date

Unscramb¬æ t™æ ¬et†erfi an∂ la∫±¬ t™æ plan†.

stroo mtßæ sevåe¬ s®ewo¬ƒ stiu®ƒ 2

Wha† do plantfi >ee∂? —irc¬æ, t™e> wri†æ t™æ wordfi.

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ASSESSMENT

Name

6

Date

1

H”ow do plantfi grow? L”oo§ an∂ wri†æ 1, 2 an∂ 3.

2

Classi‡y the plants.

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ASSESSMENT

Name 1

Date

What are these objects made of? Match.

plasti©

2

7

glasfi

woo∂

pape®

Where do these materials come from? Write from animals, from plants, or from nature.

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leather

cotton

gold

marble

wool

wood

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ASSESSMENT

7

Date

Read and circle the correct word. Glass is resistant / fragile.

Metal is hard / soft.

Cardboard is heavy / light.

Wood is flexible / rigid. 2

Which bin does it go in? Match.

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Machines Name 1

ASSESSMENT

8

Date

How do these machines work? Write petrol, electricity or human energy.

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How do these machines help us? Write 1, 2, 3 and 4. 1. brush your teeth

3. cut paper

2. travel

4. tell the time

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ASSESSMENT

Name 1



8

Date

Read and complete.

sc®æe>     moußæ     §eyboar∂     CPU

T™æ o>-o‡£ switc™ o£ å compu†e® . ifi o> t™æ

2

Read and circle. Computers are automatic / manual machines. They are simple / complex machines.

3

What do we use computers for? Complete.

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INVESTIGATE

Name 1

1

Date

H”ow a®æ t™æ µem∫±rfi o£ you® famil¥ t™æ saµæ o® di‡£e®en†? Fin∂ ou† an∂ tic§ (✓).

µæ

mot™e®

fat™e®

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INVESTIGATE

Name 1

2 6

Date

H”afi you® famil¥ go† ™ealth¥ habitfi? Fin∂ ou† an∂ comp¬e†æ. naµæ

naµæ

Do yo¤ e≈ercißæ e√±r¥ da¥? Do yo¤ ha√¶ å sho∑±® e√±r¥ da¥? Do yo¤ s¬æeπ a† ¬eas† 8 hourfi? Do yo¤ ea† frui† an∂ √±@etab¬efi e√±r¥ da¥? H”ow man¥ glasßefi o£ wa†e® do yo¤ drin§ e√±r¥ da¥? Photocopiable material © 2014 Santillana Educación, S.L. / Richmond Publishing

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Healthy food Name 1

INVESTIGATE

3

Date

Do yo€ an∂ you® fr^en∂ ea† ™ealth¥ foodfi? R’ea∂ an∂ wri†æ. yo€

you® fr^en∂

Wha†´fi you® favouri†æ foo∂? Wha†´fi you® favouri†æ drin§? Wri†æ two favouri†æ fruitfi. Wri†æ two favouri†æ √±@etab¬efi. 2

Draw you® favouri†æ µea¬.

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Animals Name 1

INVESTIGATE

4

Date

Wha† a®æ t™eßæ two animalfi li§æ? R”ea∂ an∂ matc™.

I† ifi bor> froµ itfi mot™e®´fi wom∫.

I† fl^efi.

I† walkfi. I† ifi bor> froµ a> [email protected]

I† hafi go† ƒeat™erfi.

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INVESTIGATE

Name 1

5

Date

—hooßæ o>æ o£ t™eßæ animalfi. T™e>, comp¬e†æ t™æ tab¬æ.

Wha† anima¬ ifi i†? Ifi i† i> [email protected]® o£ extinctio>? W™e®æ dø±fi i† li√¶? Ifi i† å mamma¬, å bir∂ o® å fis™? Ifi i† viviparoufi o® oviparoufi? Wha† doefi i† ea†? H”afi i† go† finfi, wingfi o® fu®? 58

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INVESTIGATE

Name 1

6

Date

Do yo€ ußæ t™eßæ plan† productfi a† hoµæ? —irc¬æ, t™e> comp¬e†æ t™æ tab¬æ. A”d∂ soµæ mo®æ examp¬efi.

foo∂

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INVESTIGATE

6 7

Date

What are the properties of these objects? Find out and complete.

bottle

pencil

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Machines

INVESTIGATE

Name 1

8

Date

How do you use computers? Ask your classmates and write the number of children. Then, complete the sentence.

I use computers to listen to music.

I use computers to play games.

I use computers to do my homework.

I use computers to talk to my friends.

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SCIENCE SONGS

1

Date

Wha† dø±fi t™æ [email protected] sa¥? Tic§ (✓) o® crosfi (✗).

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

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SCIENCE SONGS

Name 1

2

Date

Whic™ wordfi a®æ [email protected]? L”is†e> an∂ comp¬e†æ.

™ealth¥

sho∑±® toothpas†æ

si†

brus™

s¬æeπ

H”a√¶ å ! Was™ you® fa©æ! ! B´† yo¤ slouc™! Ge† e≈ercißæ, @e† o‡ƒ tha† couc™! you® hai®! Was™ you® handfi an∂ habitfi an∂ bod¥ ca®æ. Goo∂ foo∂ an∂ wa†e®, t™e> pla¥ wit™ fr^endfi! w™e> t™æ da¥ endfi. L”otfi o£

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3

SCIENCE SONGS

Date

Wha† thingfi dø±fi t™æ [email protected] tal§ abou†? L”is†e> an∂ circlæ.

c™æeßæ

b®ea∂

√±@etab¬efi

cow

souπ

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¬ea√±fi

nutfi

[email protected]

fruitfi

w™ea†

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Animals Name 1

SCIENCE SONGS

4

Date

Wha† li>æ hafi t™æ ans∑±®? L”is†e> to t™æ [email protected] T™e>, ®ea∂ an∂ wri†æ t™æ num∫±® o£ t™æ li>æ.

å. H”ow do animalfi mo√¶? li>æ b. H”ow a®æ animalfi bor>? li>æ ©. Wha† co√±rfi animalfi´ bod^efi? li>æ 1. T™e¥ slit™e®, t™e¥ swiµ, t™e¥ fl¥! 2. T™e¥´®æ bor> froµ eggfi an∂ bor> ali√¶! 3. T™e¥´®æ ®epti¬efi, birdfi an∂ mammalfi. 4. T™e¥´®æ animalfi, animalfi, animalfi! 5. Feat™erfi, fu®, s™ellfi o® scalefi. 6. —o√±®e∂ froµ toπ to tailfi. 7. T™e¥´®æ ®epti¬efi, birdfi an∂ mammalfi. 8. T™e¥´®æ animalfi, animalfi, animalfi!

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SCIENCE SONGS

Name 1

5

Date

L”is†e> to t™æ [email protected] an∂ circ¬æ.

1. I li√¶ i> t™æ ßeå. Wha† aµ I? å ∫±a®/å dolphi> 2. W™e®æ dø±fi t™æ ∫±a® li√¶? i> å fo®es†/o> å farµ 3. W™e®æ dø±fi t™æ chic§e> li√¶? i> t™æ ßeå/o> å farµ

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REINFORCEMENT

Girl: doing exercise and washing her hands.

YOUR BODY

page 6

2. What can you do to have healthy teeth? Tick (✓). (Ss tick the dentist, the toothpaste and toothbrush, the fruits, and the glass of milk.)

1. Match. Then, trace. pictures, top to bottom: hand head arm foot hair leg

page 10

page 7

1. Which meals are these? Unscramble

1. Match the senses to the parts of the body. pictures, top to bottom: smell taste hear see touch 2. Read and trace. (Students trace the words.) 2

BEING HEALTHY

page 8 1. What do you use to clean yourself? Look and trace. (Ss trace the words.) 2. Circle the healthy words. clean, exercise, sleep, shower, wash. page 9 1. Draw the paths from the children to the healthy habits. Boy: brushing his teeth and sleeping.

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HEALTHY FOOD and write. clockwise, from top left: breakfast, lunch, dinner.

2. Find and match these foods in the kitchen. (See picture page 10.) page 11 1. Use the colour key to classify these foods into groups. red → fruit and vegetables: salad and banana. blue → dairy products: butter and cheese. green → meat and fish: chicken and tuna fish. brown → pulses and cereal: bread, beans and lentils. 2. Where do these foods come from? Write animal or plant. meat: animal. tomato: plant. fish: animal. melon: plant.

REINFORCEMENT EXTENSION

4

A zebra is a wild animal. A dog is a domestic animal.

ANIMALS

page 12 1. How do these animals move? Match and write. eagle: It flies. dolphin: It swims. cow: It walks. 2. Look at the animals. Then, read and circle. A tiger has got fur. A snake slithers. A snail has got a shell.

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PLANTS

page 16 1. What do plants need to live? Tick (✓). (Ss tick the words soil, air, sunlight and water.) 2. Look and label the plant. Then, colour. clockwise, from top left: fruits, leaves, stem, roots.

page 13

page 17

1. Are these animals oviparous or viviparous? Circle. blue → oviparous: snake, duck, swan

1. Write the words. Then, use the first letters to complete the sentence. clockwise, from top left: corn, pepper, onion, rice. The farmers harvest the crop.

and crocodile. red → viviparous: hedgehog, cow, cat and sheep. 5

OTHER ANIMALS

page 14 1. Where do these animals live? Read and write 1, 2, 3 and 4. 1. It lives in a forest: squirrel and owl. 2. It lives on a farm: chicken and sheep. 3. It lives in the sea: dolphin and crab. 4. It lives in a desert: scorpion and camel. page 15 1. Read and write wild or domestic. A cat is a domestic animal. A seahorse is a wild animal. A kangaroo is a wild animal. A pig is a domestic animal.

2. Read and complete the sentences. 1. We use plants, such as cotton, to make clothes. 2. We use plants, such as jasmine, to make perfume. 3. We use wood to make furniture. 7

USING MATERIALS

page 18 1. What material is it made of? Match. pan: metal. notebook: paper. jumper: wool. furniture: wood. bucket: plastic.

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2. What are these materials like? Read and complete. We can see through windows because glass is transparent. The chairs do not break because wood is resistant. The house resists the wind because stones are heavy. page 19 1. Which objects are made of materials that come from plants? Colour. A. bedside table; B. jumper; C. magazine; D. scarf; F. book; H. wardrobe; K. beanie hat; L. notebook. 2. Match the rubbish to the correct recycling bin. Bin for plastic and metal: C, E and G. Bin for paper: B and D. Bin for glass: A and F. 8

MACHINES

page 20 1. How do these machines work? Use the colour key to circle. red → electricity: radio, electric fan and drill. blue → human energy: orange squeezer, scissors and bicycle. 2. What kind of machine is it? Tick (✓). scissors: simple and manual. aeroplane: complex and automatic. sand clock: simple and manual. digital clock: complex and automatic.

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page 21 1. Label the parts of the computer. clockwise, from top left: screen, CPU, printer, mouse, keyboard. 2. What do you use computers for? Complete. Model Answer (M.A.) I use computers for watching videos and listening to music.

EXTENSION EXTENSION

1

YOUR BODY

page 22 1. Use the colour key to classify the body parts. yellow → head: hair and eyes. green → limbs: foot and elbow. red → trunk: chest. 2. Write the names of the joints. clockwise, from top left: elbow, neck, wrist, ankle, knee. page 23 1. Look and draw the objects. (Inside the left box, Ss draw the book.) (Inside the right box, Ss draw the tennis racket.) 2. What can you use to see better? Colour. (Ss colour the glasses, the torch and the desk lamp.) 3. Which things are bad for your hearing? Cross (✗). (Ss cross out the jackhammer and the explosion.) 2

BEING HEALTHY

page 24 1. What do you do by yourself? Look and circle. O.A.

3. What do you do every day to keep healthy? Colour. (Ss colour the girl brushing her teeth.) page 25 1. What are they using to protect their bodies? Match. Then, trace. (Look at page 25. Ss trace the words.) 2. Write the names of the sports. clockwise, from top left: football, tennis, swimming, basketball. 3

HEALTHY FOOD

page 26 1. Read and circle. 1. every day; 2. every day; 3. occasionally. 2. Cross out (✗) the wrong foods. dairy products: kiwi. pulses and cereal: sausages. meat and fish: milk. fruit and vegetables: bread. page 27 1. Read and complete. Cows give us milk and meat. We make cheese and yoghurt from cow’s milk. These are dairy products. We get olives from olive trees. We can use them in salads. We get oil from olives, too. Olive oil is very healthy.

2. What keeps you healthy? Tick (✓). doing exercise, sleeping ten hours a day, drinking water.

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ANIMALS

page 28 1. Choose an animal and complete the index card. M.A.: A shark has got fins. It swims in water. 2. Unscramble the words and complete. toad snake Animals born from an egg are oviparous. page 29 1. Read and draw. O.A. 2. Read and write 1, 2 or 3. wild boar: 3; anteater: 1; squirrel: 2. 5

OTHER ANIMALS

page 30 1. Look at the pictures and complete the sentences. These animals are wild. These animals are domestic. 2. Cross the odd animal out. reptiles: mouse. mammals: ostrich. fish: squirrel. birds: crab. amphibians: crocodile. page 31 1. Find and circle six animals. Then, write. horizontally: bear, anteater, sheep, horse. vertically: whale, cat.

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2. Read and answer. They live in the sea. They are viviparous. They swim. They use their fins. They eat fish, squid and octopuses. 6

PLANTS

page 32 1. Use the words to complete the text. Apple trees have got long roots to absorb water from the soil, and a hard, thick trunk. Leaves grow on the branches. Apple trees have got flowers in the spring and fruits in the summer. The fruits have got seeds inside. 2. Which part do we eat? Write leaves, roots, stems or fruits. lettuce: leaves. tomatoes: fruits. carrots: roots. celery: stems. page 33 1. What is it? Complete the texts. Then, draw. It grows in wet places like forests. It gives us wood to make furniture. It is a tree. It needs little water to live. It grows in dry places like deserts. It has got spines. It is a cactus.

EXTENSION EXTENSION

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USING MATERIALS

2. Read and write the machines. It works with human energy. A stapler.

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It works with petrol. A lorry.

1. Find and circle eight materials. Then, write. horizontally: plastic, cork, paper, metal, leather, wool, cotton. vertically: wood.

It works with electricity. A television.

2. Look and write 1, 2 or 3. 1. glass; 2. glove; 3. bedside table. page 35 1. Write T (true) or F (false). 1. F; 2. T; 3. T; 4. T; 5. F; 6. F. 2. What materials are these objects made of? Write. briefcase: leather. clothes peg: wood. tin box: metal. newspapers: paper. glass bottle: glass. balloons: plastic. 8

page 37 1. Find and circle six machines. Then, classify them. horizontally: microwave, television, stapler, wheelbarrow, aeroplane. vertically: scooter. It works with electricity: microwave and television. It works with petrol: scooter and aeroplane. It works with human energy: wheelbarrow and stapler. 2. What do you use these machines for? Match, then colour. toaster – slice of bread fridge – eggs washing machine – shirt

MACHINES

page 36 1. What are these machines used for? Match. cooker: cooking. vacuum cleaner: cleaning the house. wagon: carrying things. camera: taking photos. MP3 player: listening to music. telephone: communicating.

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YOUR BODY

page 38 1. What part of the face is missing? Draw. Then, trace. (Ss complete the drawings and trace the words.) 2. Label the joints. clockwise, from top left: wrist, elbow, ankle, knee. page 39 1. Which senses are they using? Match. Then, trace. A. smell; B. see; C. taste. 2. How do they taste? Read and match. nuts: salty. cake: sweet. crisps: salty. banana: sweet. lemons: sour. 2

BEING HEALTHY

page 40 1. Tick (✓) the healthy habits. (Ss tick the girl eating a healthy meal, the girl doing exercise, the boy having a shower, and the boy brushing his teeth.) 2. What are they using? Match. The boy is using soap. The girl is using a brush. The mother is using shampoo. The boy is using a toothbrush.

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REINFORCEMENT ASSESSMENT

page 41 1. How do you brush your teeth? Write 1, 2, 3 and 4. clockwise, from top left: 4, 1, 3, 2. 2. Read. Then, circle True or False. 1. true; 2. false; 3. true. 3

HEALTHY FOOD

page 42 1. Look and match. photos left to right: dinner, breakfast, lunch. 2. Where do these foods come from? Circle. green → from plants: orange juice, salad, apple and banana. red → from animals: chicken, milk, sausage, ham and cheese. page 43 1. Circle the odd one out. top row: cupcake; bottom row: lettuce. 2. Tick (✓) the foods you should eat every day. (Ss tick the jug of water, the orange, the cheese, the tomato, the lettuce, the bread, and the milk.) 4

ANIMALS

page 44 1. Colour the living things. (Ss colour the fish, the flower, and the tree.)

ASSESSMENT EXTENSION

2. Label the parts of the fish. clockwise: fins, scales, tail. 3. Read and complete the sentences. 1. Fish are born from eggs. 2. Tortoises have got a shell to protect their body. page 45 1. Tick (✓) the oviparous animals. (Ss tick the fish, the ostrich, and the duck.) 2. Circle the odd one out. carnivores: cow. herbivores: crocodile. omnivores: horse. 5

OTHER ANIMALS

page 46 1. Where do these animals live? Unscramble the words and write. Then, match. on the left: whale, elephant, hamster. on the right: bear, jellyfish, octopus. They live in water: whale, octopus and jellyfish. They live on land: elephant, hamster and bear. 2. What food comes from these animals? Match. sheep: meat and cheese. cow: meat and cheese. chicken: eggs.

page 47 1. Describe these animals. Write Yes, it is. or No, it isn’t. eagle: No, it isn’t. Yes, it is. Yes, it is. Yes, it is. lynx: Yes, it is. No, it isn’t. Yes, it is. No, it isn’t. 2. Classify the animals. fish: trout, shark. amphibians: frog, salamander. reptiles: crocodile, snake. 6

PLANTS

page 48 1. Unscramble the letters and label the plant. on the left, top to bottom: fruits, leaves, roots. on the right, top to bottom: flowers, stem. 2. What do plants need? Circle, then write the words. horizontally: water, soil, sunlight. vertically: air. page 49 1. How do plants grow? Look and write 1, 2 and 3. 2, 1, 3. 2. Classify the plants. wild plants: dandelions, lavender, daisies. crops: wheat, sunflowers, broccoli.

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USING MATERIALS

REINFORCEMENT ASSESSMENT

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page 52

1. What are these objects made of? Match. book: paper. wardrobe: wood. vase: glass. bag: plastic.

1. How do these machines work? Write petrol, electricity or human energy. 1. The girl is using a vacuum cleaner. It works with electricity.

2. Where do these materials come from? Write from animals, from plants, or from nature. leather: from animals. cotton: from plants. gold: from nature. marble: from nature. wool: from animals. wood: from plants. page 51 1. Read and circle the correct word. Glass is fragile. Metal is hard. Cardboard is light. Wood is rigid. 2. Which bin does it go in? Match. paper: magazines, newspapers and envelopes. glass: glass bottle and jar. plastic: plastic bottle, carton of milk and cans.

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2. The man is using a saw. It works with human energy. 3. The woman is using a scooter. It works with petrol. 2. How do these machines help us? Write 1, 2, 3 and 4. scissors: 3. cut paper. car: 2. travel. toothbrush: 1. brush your teeth. watch: 4. tell the time. page 53 1. Read and complete. The on-off switch of a computer is on the CPU. 2. Read and circle. Computers are automatic machines. They are complex machines. 3. What do we use computers for? Complete. M.A. 1. We use computers for writing. 2. We use computers for playing games. 3. We use computers for watching a video.

INVESTIGATE EXTENSION

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OTHER ANIMALS

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1. How are the members of your family the same or different? Find out and tick (✓). O.A.

1. Choose one of these animals. Then, complete the table. M.A.

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BEING HEALTHY

page 55 1. Has your family got healthy habits? Find out and complete. O.A. 3

HEALTHY FOOD

page 56 1. Do you and your best friend eat healthy? Read and write. O.A. 2. Draw your favourite meal. O.A. 4

ANIMALS

page 57 1. What are these two animals like? Read and match. bird: It is born from an egg. It has got feathers. It has got wings. It flies. giraffe: It is born from its mother’s womb. It has got fur. It has got four legs. It walks.

What animal is it?

It is a blue whale.

Is it in danger of extinction?

Yes, it is.

Where does it live?

It lives in the sea.

Is it a mammal, a bird or a fish?

It is a mammal.

Is it viviparous or oviparous?

It is viviparous.

What does it eat?

It eats krill.

Has it got fins, wings or fur?

It has got fins.

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page 59 1. Do you use these plant products at home? Circle, then complete the table. Add some more examples. M.A. food: fruits, cereals, pear, pineapple, orange. clothes: T-shirt, socks. furniture: table, chair, desk. other: book, perfume, paper, newspaper.

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REINFORCEMENT INVESTIGATE

USING MATERIALS

page 60 1. What are the properties of these objects? Find out and complete. bottle

pencil

What is it made of?

plastic

wood

Where does the material come from?

other materials

plants

yes

no

flexible

rigid

Does it float?

yes

yes

Can you recycle it?

yes

no

Is it transparent? Is it rigid or flexible?

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MACHINES

page 61 1. How do you use computers? Ask your classmates and write the number of children. Then, complete the sentence. O.A.

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SCIENCE EXTENSION SONGS

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1. What does the song say? Tick (✓) or cross (✗). 1. ✓. 2.✓. 3.✗. 4.✓. 5.✗. 6.✗

1. What line has the answer? Listen to the song. Then, read and write the number of the line. a. line: 1. b. line: 2. c. line: 5.

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BEING HEALTHY

page 63 1. Which words are missing? Listen and complete. Have a shower! Wash your face! Brush your teeth and use toothpaste! Sit up straight, don’t you slouch! Get exercise, get off that couch! Wash your hands and brush your hair! Healthy habits and body care. Good food and water, then play with friends! Lots of sleep when the day ends. 3

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OTHER ANIMALS

page 66 1. Listen to the song and circle. 1. dolphin. 2. forest. 3. farm. 4. tiger.

HEALTHY FOOD

page 64 1. What things does the song talk about? Listen and circle. (Ss circle the fruits, the vegetables, the leaves, the pig, the cow and the wheat.)

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