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1 Revision Booklet 1 st Semester 2016_-_2017 Science-Grade 2A Little Scientists Name: 1

2 Table of Contents: unit 1, lesson 1 : How do we use Inquiry skills? pp 3 Unit 1,lesson 2 how do we use science tools pp4 Unit 1 lesson 4 how do scientists think..pp5 Unit 2, lesson 1.. pp6 Unit 3, lesson 1 what are animal needs.pp 7 Unit 3,lesson 2 what are some kinds of animals..pp11 Unit 3, lesson 4 what are some animal life cycles,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,pp16 Unit 3,lesson 5 what are fossils.pp 20 Unit 4, lesson 1 what are plant needs pp22 Unit 4,lesson 2 what are plant parts.pp23 Unit 4,lesson 4 what is plant life cycles pp24 2

3 1. Fill in the blanks using words from the word box below: Observe Compare Measure Infer 1- To find the size or amount of something. 2- To use your five senses to learn about something. 3- To observe how things are alike and different. 4- To use what you know to answer a question. 2. Number the Leaves in order of size from smallest to largest: 3

4 3 Match the name of each tool to its picture: 4. Name the tool you can use for each job : To measure the length of a book The mass of apples To See an insect The volume of juice The temperature 4

5 5. Answer the following questions. 1- Octavio wants to measure the amount of water his dog drinks, what tool should he use? Answer: 2- What objects should you measure with a ruler? Answer: 3- Look at this picture, don is using a scale, what measurement will he find? Answer: 4- Ana wants to measure the weight of some apples, what tools should she use? Answer: 5

6 6. Answer the following questions. 1-You use inquiry skills and science tools to learn. You (Communicate Investigate). 2-You take the first step to do an investigation. You (Draw a conclusions Observe). 3-You make a statement that you can test. You make a (Hypothesis conclusion). 4-You use information you gathered to explain what you learned. You (Draw a conclusions Observe). 5-You write to tell about the results of a test. You (communicate ask a question) 7. Short answers : Write the answer of this question according to the picture below: 1- What science tool this boy using?. 2-What is he doing?. 6

7 8. TRUE or FALSE. Write ( true ) if the statement is true and ( false) if the statement is false : 1- Observe means to use the five senses ( ) 2- Scientists use inquiry skills to answer the questions ( ) 3- Scientists don t repeat the test ( ) 4- Scientists communicate what they learned by writing or drawing ( ) 9. Answer the following questions. 1- What is the design process? Answer:. 2- What is the first step of the design process? Answer: 3- What do engineers do after they plan a solution and choose materials? Answer:. 4- How do engineers use math and science in their work? Answer:. 7

8 10. IDENTIFICATION Write the steps of the design process in the correct sequence: - Communicate Find a problem - Redesign Test and improve - Plan and build 11. True or False. Write true if statement is correct and false if statement is wrong: 1-Human breath by lungs.( ) 2-Survive is a safe place to live.( ) 3-Fish breath by gills.( ) 4-Shelter mean is to stay alive.( ) 5-All living thing breath oxygen.( ) 12. Fill in the blanks using words from the box below: Dens Hives Burrow House 1-Human live in. 2-Bees lives in. 3-Bears lives in. 4-A prairie dog lives in. 13. Answer the following questions below. 8

9 1- What is a basic need of animals? Answer: 2- Look at this picture. What basic need is the giraffe meeting? Answer: 3- What are the basic needs of all animals? Answer: 5- How are the basic needs of plants and animals different? Answer: 5- What helps an animal take in oxygen from water? Answer: 6- What helps an animal take in oxygen from air? Answer: 8- What the animal uses to meet its needs? 9

10 9- Why do animals need shelter? Answer: 10- How is the insect using the leaf in this picture? Answer:. 14. Identification 10

11 Use the venn diagram to show how animal needs and plant needs are alike and different 15. Draw an an animal in its shelter : 16. Identify how the animals reproduce: 11

12 17. Use the word below to label each picture: 18. Draw a fish and label its parts: 12

13 19. Answer the following questions. 1- What is a reptile? Answer:. 2- What group of animals has the most legs? Answer: 3- This table sorts animals into groups. Kind of Animal Amphibian Insect Mammal 3. Into which group would you put newts? Answer: 4- Compare fish and amphibians. How are they alike? 13

14 Answer:. 20. Identify each kind of animals to its body covering : 1- hair or fur : 2- wet skin : 3- scales : 4- feather : 21. Identification : Identify what group of animals they belong. : 14

15 22. True or False. Write true if statement is correct and false if statement is wrong: 1-Many kinds of animals live on Earth.( ) 2-Amphibians lives in land and water.( ) 3-Insects has three body parts and six legs and bones.( ) 4-A penguin is a bird but it can t fly.( ) 23. Identify these parts to what they do: Help most birds to fly. Help fish to swim and balance. Help fish to breath. Help elephant to drink water. 24. Essay : You see an animal : 15

16 How could you know if it is a reptile or amphibian? 25. Identify what group of animal they belong: 26. Fill in the blanks : Use the terms in the box to complete the statements : a- Tadpole b- cycle c- reproduce 16

17 1- To make more living things of the same kind. 2- All the stages of an animal life makes up its life. 3- A young frog that lives in water is 27. Write the life cycle of turtle : A). B). C). 28. Identify each animal to its young: 1- - young polar bear : 2- - tadpole : 3- - larva : 4- young chicken : 29. Identification: Put the stages of Polar bear life cycle in a correct sequence. - adult polar bear - newborn - growing cub - young polar bear 30. Draw the Butterfly life cycle and label each stage: 17

18 34. Identify the different stages of frog life cycle using the pictures below: 35. Name the animal that is extinct: 18

19 Answer: 36. MATCHING TYPE. Draw a line to match the living things to its Fossil. 37. Fill in the blanks using words from the box below: Extinct Dinosaur Fossil 19

20 1-What is left from plants or animals that lived along ago. 2-An animal that lived on Earth millions of year s ago. 3-Meaning of no longer living. 38. True or False.Write true if statement is correct and false if statement is wrong. 1-Fossils help scientists learn about living thing from long ago.( ) 2-Fossils form when plants and animals are buried and mud,clay or sand.( ) 3-The soft body of the Ammonite remained while the hard shelter rotted away. ( ) a 39. Complete the word web to tell about things that plants need: 20

21 40. Fill in the blanks to complete the plant parts 21

22 41. Identify the plant parts and what it does: 22

23 42. Answer the following questions? 1-What are some parts of the flower? a. b. c. 43. Answer the following questions: Draw the stages of the life cycle of a plant 23

24 2-Which plant parts grow first from the seed? 44. Circle the word that makes the sentence correct: 1-Apple blossoms makes (fruit and seed stem and root). 2-The Pine tree seeds grow inside the (fruit cone). 24

25 3-Plant life cycle begin from (seed root). 4-All plants grow with (same different) rate. 25

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Assessment Bank Matter and Energy in Living Things SC.8.L.18.4 1. What is energy? A. anything that takes up space B. anything that has mass C. the ability to conduct current D. the ability to do work 2.