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District of Bauan BOLO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Bauan

Activity Worksheet No ___________ The Sun as the Primary Source of Heat and Light Objective: Infer the sun gives off heat and light to the earth. I. Observation: Get objects under the sun and objects under the shade. Get out of the room. Look for some objects under the sun and those under the shade. Touch the object under the sun and compare them with the objects under the shade. Record your observation in a chart like this. What did you touch? How do you feel the objects under the sun? How do you feel the objects under the shade?

II. Questions 1. What are the objects that you touched under the sun? 2. What did you feel when you touched them? 3. Why do you think these objects are hot? 4. What are the objects that you touched under the shade? 5. What did you feel when you touched them? 6. What help your eyes see objects under the sun and under the shade? III. Hypothesis The objects that we touched under the sun are very hot and the objects under the shade are cool. The heat we fell comes from the sun. The light comes from the sun help us see objects under the sun and under the shade.

What does the person in the Philippines experience. self-adhesive tape. What you have to do: 1.) What do you think would happen to the earth if there’s no sun? (People. Place the globe 2 feet away from the flashlight. Stick the cut-out on the globe.) Interpretation of Data .IV. Observe what do people all over the world experience? Guided Questions:  While the other parts are dark. what do we experience? 5. why is it that some part of the earth is lighted?  Why do we experience day and night?  When is it warm or hot. red cut-out of a person. during the day or during the night?  Why is it cool in the morning and then it turns warm at noon and it gets cold again at night?  What helps us see objects around during the day?  Where does this heat and light come from? V. Experiment: What you need: Flashlight (represents the sun). Discussion. 3. Result. Keep on rotating the globe slowly. At the same time. Turn on the flashlight. the energy from the sun also gives heat to the earth. Analysis and Interpretation of Data Where does heat and light on earth come from? (The sun is the primary source of heat and light on earth) When does the sun gives off heat and light to the earth? (Sun brightens the earth at daytime. plants. a day or night? Do you feel the heat effect of the sun early in the morning? Why? 4. Globe. When the sun faces in the other side of the globe. Place it on the Philippines 2. Now turn the globe counter clockwise. and animals would die. Position the globe so that the Philippines faces the flashlight.

Although the sun is far away. What words describe the sun? 4. CASTILLO . What do you feel when the sun is shining very bright? VIII. Why do we feel warm during daytime? 3. The other half that is away from the sun experiences night time which is cold. Which is the primary source of heat and light? 2. Application Draw the sun. Investigate More Draw or cut out a picture of the sun.1 p. VI Conclusion I therefore conclude that the sun is the primary source of heat and light on earth. We see objects clearly at daytime because of the ____________. 205 Prepared by: MERLY Y. The sun does not only keeps the earth warm but also gives light to earth. The part that faces the sun experiences daytime.As the earth turns around. Sources: PELC VII. Show how it gives heat and light. 138-143 Science Spectrum pp. VI. MARTINEZ BELLA M. VII. It is hot and warm. 1. Choose the letter of the correct answer.18 My World of Science and Health (Work text) pp. 5. 177-180 Science and Health Textbook from Grade Three p. Sunlight provides light energy and heat energy. Test Yourself Directions: Read and answer each questions very carefully. its light and heat reach the earth. Write two or three sentences about it. one part is facing the sun and the other half is away from the sun. it also heats the air that surrounds the earth. When the sun heats the earth.

GINA C. MANONGSONG .