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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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