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 1 The nervous and urinary systems
Unit 2 Caring for ourselves and others
Unit 3 Cell growth and division
Unit 4 Plant parts
Unit 5 Asexual reproduction in plants
Unit 6 The human reproductive system
Unit 7 Heredity
Unit 8 Relationship among living things
Unit 9 Man and the environment
Unit 10 Monsoons and typhoons
Unit 11 Changes in materials
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