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  • Basic Needs Of HumanfoodshelterairwaterTo protect from

    1.1 Understanding that humans have basic needs

  • Basic Needs Of AnimalsfoodShelterairwaterTo protect from

    1.2 Understanding that animals have basic needsTypes :

  • Plants Have Basic NeedsairSun lightwaterWith :

    Without :

    1.3 Understanding that plants have basic needs

  • 2.1 Analysing life processes that humans undergoAnalysing Life Processes ThatHuman Undergo

    take in air give out airNose/Mouth Wind-pipe LungsA process to produceTheir young or offspring Number of chest movement In a period of timeOrgans - Sight - Smell - Taste - Sound - Touch

    ( Carbon dioxide+ water vapour ) ( urine + mineral salt ) ( Sweat + mineral salt )FaecesPurpose :

  • 2.2 Being aware that certain behaviour can disturb life processesBehaviour That Can DisturbLife Processes



    How to avoid

  • 2.3 Analysing the life processes that animals undergoAnimals Life ProcessesbreathexcretereproduceLay EggsGive BirthOrgans

    Monkey bird whale

    fish prawn


    frog earthworm


    defecateTo get rid of waste productfrom their bodies

  • 2.4 Life processes plants undergoplants respond to stimuli.water, sunlight, touch, gravity.

    why plants need to reproduceto ensure the survival of the species.

    various ways plants reproducethroughseeds, spores, suckers, stem cutting, leaves, underground stem.

    what will happen to the world if plants do not reproduce.

    no food supply.

    plants reproduce.

    Seeds balsam, corn, durianSpores fern, mushroomSuckers banana, pineappleStem cutting hibiscus, rose, tapiocaLeaves bryophyllum, begoniaStem potato, onion, ginger and lily

    the part of plant that responds to touch.

    the part of plant that responds to sunlight.


    the part of plant that responds to gravity.


    the part of plant that responds to water


    Science Year 4INVESTIGATING LIVING THINGS2. Living Things Undergo Life Processes

  • Special characteristics of animals that protect them from danger.special behaviour of animals that protect them from danger. The special characteristics and behaviour of animals help to protect them from danger.3.1 animals have specific characteristics and behaviour to protect themselvesThick and hard skinTo prevent their enemies from injuringHard shellSnails and tortoise retract their headAnd legs into the shell when the areAttacked by enemiesHard scalesPangolins and crocodiles have hard scales To protect their bodies from injuriesSpinesRaise the sharp spines when the enemies Advance towards themHorns Use their horn to attack enemies.Sharp clawsTo protect themselves and their Young from the enemies- lion ,cat,Bears, and eagle.Spray black inkDark surrounding helps the animal not to been seen by enemies e.g: octopus, squidPoisonous sting or fangsCan hurt and kill enemies-e.g..: scorpion, centipede snake , bee.CamouflageHas body colour or patterns that that are Similar to the surroundingPretend to deadTo trick their enemies e.g.: beetle

  • 3.2/3.3 Animals have specific characteristics and behaviour to protect themselves from extreme weather and survivehow specific characteristics and behavior of animals help to protect them from very hot or cold weather.specific characteristics and behavior of animals that protect them from very hot and cold weather.Hot weatherCold weatherWrinkled SkinElephant ,hippopotamuses and buffaloes lose body heat through wrinkled skinsWallowingElephant, hippopotamuses and buffaloes keep their body cool by wallowing in mud holesHumpsCamels store food and water in the formOf fats in the humps on their back.Thick FurPolar bears have thick fur to prevent the body From losing heat to cold surroundings.Fat Layers Under The SkinsPenguins, seals, and whales have fat layers under their skin to keep their bodies warmSmall EarsSeals and Walruses have small ears to prevent Heat loss from their bodies.HibernatePolar bears hibernates during extreme cold Weather

  • 3.4 Plants havespecific characteristics to protectthemselves from enemyThe specific characteristics of plants that protect them from enemies How the specificcharacteristics of plants help to protect them from enemies.characteristics that protect plants.Have thorns poisonous Have fine hairs Produces latex Close leaflets when touch

  • 3.5 Plants have specific characteristics to protect themselves from dry region and strong windstrong winddry regionEg : cactus


    Long roots to absorb waterSucculent stem can store

    waterThorn can can prevent

    the excessive loss of waterEg: Coconut tree, bamboo tree, mangrove treeHave stems that bend easily Have buttress rootsHave separated leavesNeedle- shaped leaves


  • Volume MEASUREMENT1.1 Length1.2 Area1.5 Mass1.6 Time1.7 Standard units1.3 Solid1.4 Liquid

  • 1.1LengthTerminology- The distance between two points/place/positionWays to measureMeasuring tape CubitArm spanStringRulerStandard ToolsMeasuring tape Ruler UnitmmcmmkmCorrect technique- The eye must be directly above the end of object

  • 1.2 Area- Area is the amount of Space taken up by the surface of an object. Terminology- Using square card with a sides of 1 centimetreStandard unit- Square millimetre (mm2)- Square centimetre (cm2)- Square metre (m2)- Square kilometre (km2)- Using formulaArea = length X width

    1cm 1cmDifferent ways to measure area

    2cm 4cm = 4cm X 2 cm = 8cm23cm 3cm by placing uniform

    objects such as tiles, books and stamps on the surface of the objects

  • VolumeTerminologyThe amount of space thatsomething takes up1.3 Solid1.4 LiquidFormulaLength x width x heightStandard Unitsmm3, cm3, m3ToolsStandard Unitsmeasuringcylinderml, lCorrect techniquea) taking the reading at the lowest part of the meniscus.b) eyes must be at the same level as the lowest part of the meniscus

  • 1.5 Mass

    Terminology- Amount of matter in an object

    ToolsElectronic balanceSimple balanceBeam balanceKitchen scaleBathroom scaleLever balance

    Standard unitmggkg

    Correct technique

  • 1.6 Time

    Terminology- Duration between two event

    Way to measure- Sundial , sand clock , candle clockProcess that repeats uniformly can be used to measure time Swinging pendulum Pulse rate candlewater drippingChanging day and night


    Standard unit- Second , minute , hour- Digital clock , watch , wrist watch , clockOld clockEvents can be used measuring time

  • 1.7 The Importance of Standard Units- for accuracy and consistency- easy to communicate and understanding

  • Investigating Materials

  • 1.1 The properties of materialsInsulatorFloat on waterConduct electricitymetalconduct heatSink in waterLight to pass throughCan be stretch woodstonerubber ring glass carbonplastics metalwood

  • 1.2Applying knowledgeproperties of materials in everyday lifeSuggest ways to keep things hot Covered with insulators Suggest ways to keep things cold hot thing cold thing

    To prevent heat lossprevent fromabsorbing heat

  • 1.3 Uses of materials based on their propertiesList of object and materials that they are made of Reason why particular materials are used to make an object

    cheapeasy to get strengthgood quality


  • naturalmaterialsMan-madematerialswoodmetalrubbercottonplasticssynthetic clothglassState that man-made materials comes from natural materialsreducingreusingrecyclingpublic transportplastic bagbottle

    plasticsglass1.4The importance ofreuse, reduce and recycle of materials

  • RUSTING CAN PREVENTEDDIFFERENT WAYS TO PREVENT OBJECTS FROM RUSTINGCoating with non rusting materials*paint*oil*greaseTHE NECESSARY TOPREVENT RUSTING*Everlasting Live*Save Natural material*Save Cost*Looking good1.6*Conclusion; Rusting can be avoided by preventing iron contact with air and water.



  • 1.1The solar systemList of constituentsList of planetsPlanets move around the SunNine PlanetsNatural satellitesMeteorsCometsAsteroids

    Mercury MyVenus VeryEarth ExcellentMars MotherJupiter JustSaturn ServedUranus UsNeptune NinePluto Pudding


  • 1.2 The relative size and distance between the Earth, the Moon and the SunSize of the Sunrelative to the sizeof the Earth.Size of the Earthrelative to the sizeof the Moon.The relative distance fromthe Earth to the Sun comparedto the relative distance from theEarth to the Moon.

    the Sun1the Earth100

    the Earth1

    the Moon4

    the Sunthe Earththe Moon

    150 000 000 km382 500 km

    1: 400

  • 1.3Appreciating the perfect placementof the planet Earth in theSolar SystemWhy certain planetsare not conducivefor living things.EFFECTThe Ear