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1 key science 2 PRIMARY mixed-ability worksheets

2 Author Cristina Quincy Editorial coordination Covadonga Zubia Illustration Jesús Aguado Cover and interior design Diana López Layout sergioperez.es Editorial director Janet Wilson-Smith It is prohibited, except under prevision by law, the distribution of, or alteration of this material without authorization. Infringement of the rights of distribution of this work will constitute a crime against intellectual property (articles 270 and following of the Penal Code).

3 Contents Unit 1 Reinforcement...4 Unit 1 Extension...5 Unit 2 Reinforcement...6 Unit 2 Extension...7 Unit 3 Reinforcement...8 Unit 3 Extension...9 Unit 4 Reinforcement...10 Unit 4 Extension...11 Unit 5 Reinforcement...12 Unit 5 Extension...13 Unit 6 Reinforcement...14 Unit 6 Extension...15 Unit 7 Reinforcement...16 Unit 7 Extension...17 Unit 8 Reinforcement...18 Unit 8 Extension...19 Unit 9 Reinforcement...20 Unit 9 Extension...21 Unit 10 Reinforcement...22 Unit 10 Extension...23 Unit 11 Reinforcement...24 Unit 11 Extension...25 Unit 12 Reinforcement...26 Unit 12 Extension...27

4 Unit 1 reinforcement Name: 1. Look at the pictures. Then complete the sentence. before after Strech and you play sport. 2. What is your favourite sport? Write. My favourite sport i. 3. Tick the habits that keep you healthy. Take a shower. Watch TV after school. Play sports and exercise. 4

5 Unit 1 extension 1. Match the equipment. knee pad helmet goggle elbow pad swim cap shin pad 2. Write two team sports and two individual sports Team sports Individual sports 5

6 Unit 2 reinforcement 1. Look at the picture, complete and match. el shoulder k head wrist l arm ankle 2. What joints and muscle are they using? Write. 3. Read and complete. The body. i all the bone in your 6

7 Unit 2 extension 1. Match the words and write sentences about the senses. taste perfume nose hear a red shirt eyes see music tongue smell a sweet apple hand touch a soft cat ears I can taste I can I can I can nose. I can.... with my music with my a red shirt with my with my a soft cat with my 7

8 Unit 3 reinforcement 1. Match. respiratory system digestive system circulatory system 2. Read and write under the correct column. stomach blood lungs teeth heart nose 3. Read and complete the sentence. The heart i an. 8

9 Unit 3 extension 1. Write the names of the following parts of the digestive system m 2 t 3 4 i 2. When is your heartbeat fast? Complete the sentence. My heartbeat i fast running. 9

10 Unit 4 reinforcement 1. Read the questions. Write the relatives. Who are your mum s parents? My grandma and. Who is your uncle s son? My. Who is your dad s sister? My. 2. Number the festivities in the correct order. New Year s Eve Christmas Eve Three Kings Day Christmas Day New Year s Day Which is your favourite festivity? 10

11 Unit 4 extension Name: 1. Match to make sentences and write. My cousin s mum My dad s brother My mum s dad is my uncle. is my aunt. is my grandad. 2. When is Three Kings Day? 3. Write the things you do to help at home. 11

12 Unit 5 reinforcement 1. Match the words to the animals. bird viviparou mammal oviparou 2. Complete the sentences. animal have an internal skeleton. animal don t have an internal skeleton. 3. What do they eat? Classify the vertebrate animals. elephant seagull duck monkey fox hen herbivorous carnivorous omnivorous bird mammal 12

13 Unit 5 extension 1. Complete the sentences. Penguin can and. Duck can and. Ostriche can but they can t. 2. Look at the pictures and draw scales on the correct animals. 3. Complete the text about insects. Insect are animal because they are born from egg. They have leg and antennae. Some insect have. 13

14 Unit 6 reinforcement 1. Read the text and complete the crossword. Some plants have (1) and they give (2). Inside the fruits there are (3). When the seeds fall to the ground a new (4) grows. 1 F P F S 2. Look at the pictures and write the part of the plant we can eat. 14

15 Unit 6 extension Name: 1. What do plants need to live? Choose the correct answer and write. Air, sunlight and water. / Soil and air. / Sunlight and water. 2. What do people get from the different parts of a plant? Write. root: stem: leaves: fruit: flower: seed: food, medicine, 3. Look and label the strawberry plant

16 Unit 7 reinforcement 1. Unscramble the sentences and write about the Earth. i all the air / The atmosphere / around the Earth. The ground / the Earth. / i all the land on 2. Look and write liquid, solid and gaseous. 3. Where can you find liquid water? Write three more places. lake 16

17 Unit 7 extension 1. Complete the text using the words. living air water soil plant The ground i made of,, and remain of animal and that cover the rock. It i very important for thing. 2. Look at the picture and circle the correct action. Plants need the ground to grow / sleep. Ants need the ground to jump / live. Worms need the ground to eat / sing. 3. Cross out the incorrect words and write the correct sentence. The atmosphere is all the water around the Moon. 17

18 Unit 8 reinforcement 1. Cross out the incorrect words. Then write the correct sentences. The Moon takes 28 days to go round the Sun. The Earth takes 12 months to go round the Moon. 2. Which words go together? Write the correct number. 1 Sun 2 Earth 3 Moon quarter day rotate 3. Write the time of day and number the pictures in order. noon 18

19 Unit 8 extension 1. Draw the phases of the Moon and write their names in the correct order. 2. How many times does the Earth spin in a week? 3. Write the information about the Earth and the Moon. rotates has seasons orbits around the Earth has phases Earth Moon 19

20 Unit 9 reinforcement 1. Write the names of the objects. Then circle the oldest of each. 2. When is your birthday? How old are you? 3. Complete the sentences. There are There are There are There are hours in a day. days in a week. weeks in a month. months in a year. 20

21 Unit 9 extension 1. Look at the timetable. What subject do the children have on Wednesday at 11 o clock? And on Friday at 9 o clock? Colour the squares. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 9:00 Science Maths English P.E. Spanish 10:00 Arts & Crafts Spanish Maths Spanish Maths 11:00 Spanish P.E. Science Arts & Crafts English 2. What does the sundial need to tell the time? 3. What is your favourite invention? 21

22 Unit 10 reinforcement 1. What kind of shops are they? What can you buy there? It s a. You can buy. It s a. You can buy. 2. Complete the sentences. Milk is a raw and cheese is its good. Customers can buy products in a, at the or in a. 3. Match A shop assistant buys products. Trade sells products. A costumer is when people buy and sell products. 22

23 Unit 10 extension 1. What things can you buy at the market or in a supermarket? Write. Market:. Supermarket:. 2. Complete the text. trolley shelves products checkout In a supermarket you can buy. You take them from the, put them in the and go to the to pay. 3. Find the people in trade. Use the code. 1=s 2=h 3=o 4=p 5=a 6=i 7=t 8=n 9=c 10=u 11=m 12=e 13=r S H P A I T A C M R

24 Unit 11 reinforcement 1. What type of communication is it? Write body language or symbol How do you communicate when... with a telephone with the Internet with my hand... you wave Hello to a friend?... talk to your aunt in Paris?... send your sister an ? 3. Number the pictures in the correct order. 24

25 Unit 11 extension Name: 1. Complete the sentences. gives the news on the radio delivers letters writes news in a newspaper A journalist. A postal worker. A radio presenter. 2. How do you get information? Write the names. 3. Find four ways to get information. Use the code. 1=m 2=e 3=i 4=z 5=g 6=s 7=o 8=n 9=r 10=a 11=d 12=w 13=p 14=t M A A I E R A D I N T N W A P

26 Unit 12 reinforcement 1. Read, cross out the incorrect words and write the sentence correctly. When we go on holidays, we don t visit places, we don t meet new people, we don t learn different languages and we don t eat different foods. 2. What do you need if you visit these places? Match. city beach mountain 3. What s your favourite holiday? 26

27 Unit 12 extension 1. Where can the tourists stay? Match. city beach mountain 2. What can you do when you spend your holidays at the beach? Choose the correct activities and write. study swim visit villages make sand castles visit monuments go to the supermarket play at the beach I can 3. Imagine your favourite holiday. What things do you need? Draw them. 27

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