This activity book can be used in a school or home setting. It is written for schools, so expect to make some adaptations of you are using it for a home school. Most of the activities require simple household items or items easily obtained in the store. A few require more specialized but inexpensive laboratory equipment, such as beakers, laboratory thermometers, spring balances, and so on, that can be obtained from a school science supply site. Some activities require more expensive equipment or substitutions if doing them at home, such as using the stove or an alcohol lamp rather than a Bunsen burner and a beaker. Answers are in the Teacher's Guide. British English is used.
Unit 14 Materials and their properties
Unit 15 Physical and chemical changes
Unit 16 Separating mixtures
Unit 17 Changes of state
Unit 18 Air and water
Unit 19 Gravitational and frictional forces
Unit 20 Energy conversion
Unit 21 Light and heat
Unit 22 Electric circuits
Unit 23 Sound
Unit 24 Soil
Unit 25 The sky
Unit 26 Movement of planets in the Solar System
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