INVESTIGATING THE LIVING THINGS YEAR 4

Air, food water, shelter

Air, food water, shelter

Humans

Animals

LIVING THINGS HAVE BASIC NEEDS

Plants

Air, water, sunlight

1.1 Understanding

that humans have basic needs

Help to grow and stay healthy Food HUMAN BASIC NEEDS Shelter Air Water

To protect themselves from danger, sun and rain

To breathe

BASIC NEEDS OF HUMANS

FOOD

WATER

SHELTER

AIR

-GIVES ENERGY -TO GROW -STAY HEALTY -GIVE HEAT

-CONTROL

BODY TEMPERATURE -CARRY NUTRIENTS -HELP DIGEST FOOD -REMOVE WASTE PRODUCTS URINE & SWEAT

-PROTECT FROM DANGER,SUN AND RAIN - LIVE SAFELY

-BREATHE -STAY ALIVE -OXYGEN .#PRODUCE ENERGY FROM THE FOOD

-VEGETABLES -CHICKEN -FISH -FRUITS

-JUICES -MILK -COLD WATER -WARM WTER

-BUNGLOW -TERRACE HOUSE -CONDOMINIUM -APARTMENT

-OXYGEN

1.2 Understanding Water

that animals have basic needs
Air Basic Needs Food

ANIMAL BASIC NEEDS Reasons Grow, Stay healthy, Stay alive, Breath, Shelter Nest, Cave, Den, Burrow, Stable, Under the rock

1.3 Understanding

that plants have basic needs

Water PLANTS BASIC NEEDS

Sunlight

Air

Carbon Dioxide

Oxygen

INVESTIGATING LIVING THINGS

Living things have basic needs

Living things undergo life processes

Animals and plants protect themselves

Understanding humans have basic needs

Analysing life processes that humans undergo Plants have specific characteristics to protect themselves from dry region Animals have specific characteristics & behavior to protect themselves from danger

Understanding animals have basic needs

Analysing life processes that animals undergo

Understanding plants have basic needs

Being aware that certain behaviour can disturb life processes Animals have specific characteristics & behavior to protect themselves from extreme weather

Animals have specific characteristics & behavior to enable them to survive

Understanding the life processes that plants undergo

Plants have specific characteristics to protect themselves from enemies

POND -Weed - Tadpole - Fish - Beaver

- Grass - Grasshopper - Frog - Snake -Eagle - Caterpillar

Field

Sc. Garden
Leaf Caterpillar Grasshopper Bird Frog

Under Flower Pot -Lichen - Worm - Hen

INVESTIGATING FORCE AND ENERGY YEAR 4

•Different ways to measure length, using the correct technique • compare, •State, • standard units, • calculate.

• mixing • reasons • conclude

vocabulary Lenght Standard Units

•Measurement •Length •Height •Circumference •Volume •solid

Area MEASUREMENT

INVESTIGATING FORCE AND ENERGY

Volume Of Solid

•compare, •State, • standard units, • calculate.

Volume Of Liquid
• different ways • standard units • measuring tools • correct technique • record

Time Mass
• state tools • standard unts • correct technique • record • different ways, • processes, • standard units, • tools • record

INVESTIGATING MATERIALS YEAR 4

MATERIALS
MAN MADE

NATURALS

WOOD METAL RUBBER COTTON

PLASTIC NYLON

LIMITED AND NEED TO BE CONVERSE

NATURAL MATERIALS

WOOD

METAL

ROCK

RUBBER

 COMES FROM TREES

 FLOAT ON WATER

 EG:FURNITURE AND PAPER

 70 TYPES OF METALS

 HARD ,STRONG ,SHINY
AND SOME FLEXIBLE

 EG: COPPER,ALLUMINIUM, IRON,GOLD AND SILVER

 SOIL ORIGINATES FROM ROCKS

WHEN THE ROCKS ARE BROKEN

 EG: VASE AND BRICK

 FROM THE LATEX OF

THE RUBBER TREE

 SOFT AND WEAK

 GOOD INSULATOR OF HEAT

 EG : ERASER,SOLES OF SHOES

TYPES OF OBJECT

wood

plastic

rubber

metal

glass

•Wood chair •Wood table •Plywood

•Plastic bag •Books cover •Mineral bottle

•Pencil eraser •Rubber band •ball

•spoon •key •Spectacle’s frame •Car’s body

•spectacle •Glass cup •mirror

glasses
material
metal Hard Strong glass

propertie s

transparent

Reason: Use a metal and a glass to make a pair of glasses because a metal is hard and strong when a glass properties is transparent.

PLASTIC
Made from crude oil Some flexible and some are not. Examples : telephones toy rain coats

GLASS

Derived from sand. Examples:window Plate and cup

•Nail •Needle •Iron Key •Nail •Needle •Iron Key •Plastic •Cork •wood

Conduct heat

OBJECTS
w lo to Al ht s lig pas gh u ro th

•Sponge •Clothes •Tissue

Ab w so at rb er

Fl o w at at on er

C el on ec d tr uc ic t ity

•Rubber band •Plastic ruler

Can be stretched

•Mineral bottle •Glass •Windows pane

Materials
Nature Animals Paint Grease Oil Non-rusty Plants Minerals Rusty Metal Non-Metal Glass

Man Made Plastics Synthetic

Conduct Electricity

Conduct Heat

Float

Absorb Water

Stretched

Light to Pass Through

Transparent

Translucent

Opaque

INVESTIGATING THE EARTH AND THE UNIVERSE YEAR 4

Sun , 9 planet, natural satellites, comets, asteroids and meteoroids constituent

SIZE OF THE SUN RELATIVE TO THE EARTH AND MOON

Moon : Earth : Sun 1 : 4 : 400 THE DISTANCE OF THE EARTH’S RELATIVE TO THE SUN AND THE MOON

ratio

SOLAR SYSTEM Earth Planet revolve around the sun MERCURY VENUS EARTH MARS JUPITER SATURN URANUS NEPTUNE PLUTO

APPRECIATING THE PERFECT PLACEMENT OF THE EARTH IN THE SOLAR SYSTEM

INVESTIGATING THE IMPORTANT OF TECHNOLOGY YEAR 4

LIMITATION TO HUMAN’S ABILITIES

save time save energy fast comfortable

cost expensive need professional skill high technology bring pollution

Advantages and disadvantages Identify the type Development of Technology to see fine object Unable to speak loud Walk for long distance Solve problem to encounter life transportation construction agriculture communication

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