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  • SCIENCE YEARLY PLAN FOR YEAR TWO USEMESTER 1 SUGGESTED LEARNINGWEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES SPS/SMS LEARNING VOCABULARY OBJECTIVES ACTIVITIESTHEME A - LEARNING ABOUT LIVING THINGSLEARNING AREA - 1.0 LIVING THINGS AND NON-LIVING THINGS 1.1.1 Make a list of the things they see. 1-4 1.1 To make 1.1.2 Group into living things and observations and use non-living things. Observing living things these to group things non-living things into living things and Classifying Refer to curriculum grows non-living things. specifications for food 1.1.3 Record the group in the form of Communicating Year 2 Science water a table. breathe Defining operationally move produce 1.1.4 State the characteristics of living things: a It needs water and food b It breathes c It can move d It grows e It can produce young 1
  • SUGGESTED LEARNINGWEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES SPS/SMS LEARNING VOCABULARY OBJECTIVES ACTIVITIES 1.1.4 To recognise humans, animals and plants as living things Observing Refer to curriculum specifications for Classifying Year 2 Science CommunicatingTHEME A - LEARNING ABOUT LIVING THINGSLEARNING AREA - 2.0 OURSELVES 2.1.1 To state they need to eat and5 - 10 2.1. They need food drink to say alive. and water to stay alive. rice 2.2.1 To make a list of the different Observing Refer to curriculum fish foods that they eat. specifications for chicken Communicating Year 2 Science eggs 2.2 They need to eat 2.2.2 To present the list of foods meat different kinds of food they eat in the form of a pictograph Predicting vegetables to be healthy. and say what this shows e.g. the fruits food that is eaten most. Interpreting data healthy 2.2.3 To recognise that they need to eat different food to stay healthy. 2
  • SUGGESTED LEARNINGWEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES SPS/SMS LEARNING VOCABULARY OBJECTIVES ACTIVITIES 2.2.4 To state the kinds of food that vegetables a) give energy Classifying fruits b) help you grow healthy c) help you stay healthy Refer to curriculum specifications for Observing Year 2 Science 2.3 We grow and 2.3.1 Describe changes in taller change as we grow themselves since birth. crawling older Communicating walking running 2.3.2 State that they grow in height, Using space- time jumping size and weight. relationship talking size height weightTHEME A - LEARNING ABOUT LIVING THINGSLEARNING AREA – 3.0 ANIMALS SUGGESTED LEARNINGWEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES SPS/SMS LEARNING VOCABULARY OBJECTIVES ACTIVITIES11 - 14 3.1 What animals need 3.1.1 To state that animals need Observing food to live food, water and air to stay alive. Communicating water air 3
  • SUGGESTED LEARNINGWEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES SPS/SMS LEARNING VOCABULARY OBJECTIVES ACTIVITIES 3.2 The different foods 3.2.1 To list foods eaten by some plants that animals eat. animals. Refer to curriculum grass 3.2.2 To state that some animals Observing specifications for leaves Year 2 Science seeds a) eat plants animals b) eat other animals meat c) eat plants and other animals Classifying 3.3 Animals grow 3.3.1 To state that animals grow in size and weight. calf 3.3.2 To state that animals change Communicating chick as they grow duckling kittenTHEME A - LEARNING ABOUT LIVING THINGSLEARNING AREA – 4.0 PLANTS15 - 19 4.1 Plants need the 4.1.1 To measure a specific volume Observing taller right amount of water of water bigger for healthy growth Controlling variables more 4.1.2 To observe and measure a growing plant. Measuring and using numbers 4
  • SUGGESTED LEARNINGWEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES SPS/SMS LEARNING VOCABULARY OBJECTIVES ACTIVITIES 4.1.3 To record the observations in a chart. Observing Refer to curriculum 4.1.4 To state that plants need water Interpreting data specifications for to grow but too much water may kill Year 2 Science them Controlling variables Measuring and using numbers 4.2 Flowering plants 4.2.1 To recognise that flowering Observing produce seeds which plants produce seeds which can Refer to curriculum fruit grow into new plants. grow into new plants. Classifying specifications for seeds Year 2 Science Making inferences 4.2.2 Identify seeds and the plants. SMS - Handling specimens carefully 5
  • SEMESTER 2 SUGGESTED LEARNINGWEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES SPS/SMS LEARNING VOCABULARY OBJECTIVES ACTIVITIESTHEME B - LEARNING ABOUT THE WORLD AROUND USLEARNING AREA - 1.0 LONG OR SHORT 1.1 To observe and 1.1.1 State which object is longer or20-22 compare lengths taller Observing taller longer 1.2.1 Describe ways to measure shorter length Communicating straw Refer to curriculum string specifications for 1.2 To measure length 1.22 Measure the length of an Year 2 Science using non-standard object using a non-standard tool. Measuring and using tools numbers 1.2.3 Record the length or height of an object in non- standard measurement in a table 6
  • THEME B – LEARNING ABOUT THE WORLD AROUND USLEARNING AREA : 2.0 THE MAGIC OF BATTERIES SUGGESTED LEARNING VOCABULARYWEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES SPS/SMS LEARNING OBJECTIVES ACTIVITIES Refer to curriculum batteries23-30 2.1 Pupils should learn 2.1.1 To identify things that use Observing specifications for toys about things that use batteries. Year 2 Science. radio batteries. Classifying torchlight 2.1.2 To list things that use batteries. Communicating 2.2 Pupils should learn 2.2.1 To be able to use batteries how to use a battery. correctly Making inferences 2.2.2 To recognise that batteries need to be inserted correctly for Defining operationally them to function. 2.2.3 To describe how to insert a SMS – Use and handle battery correctly. apparatus correctly. 2.3 Pupils should learn 2.3.1. To describe different ways in how to make a which the batteries,,wire and bulb complete circuit. can be connected. 2.3.2 Are able to make a complete circuit using a battery, wire and bulb. (Are able to draw their working circuit and explain their drawing.) 7
  • THEME B – LEARNING ABOUT THE WORLD AROUND USLEARNING AREA – 3.0 MIXING THINGS 3.1 Some materials 3.1.1 Are able to recognise that Observing Refer to the water can dissolve in some materials can dissolve Classifying curriculum salt water and some in water. Predicting specification for sugar cannot Communicating Year 2 Science coffee pepper curry powder dissolve 3.1.2 to record their observations SMS –Use and handle Refer to the in a table science apparatus and curriculum substances. specifications for SMS – Clean science Year 2 Science apparatus SMS – Store science apparatusTHEME B – LEARNING ABOUT THE WORLD AROUND USLEARNING AREA – 4.0 PUSH AND PULL 31-35 4.1 Pushing and 4.1.1 Describe what they did to Observing pulling can change the shape of Classifying changes the shape materials of objects Making Inferences Refer to the push 4.2 Pushing or pulling 4.2.1 Describe what they did to Predicting curriculum pull can make things make things speed up, slow Experimenting specifications for twist speed up, slow down or change direction. Communicating Year 2 Science stretch down or change squeeze direction faster slower direction 8
  • SUGGESTED LEARNINGWEEK LEARNING OUTCOMES SPS/SMS LEARNING VOCABULARY OBJECTIVES ACTIVITIES 4.3.1 Predict which toy car will 4.3 To make travel the furthest predictions and to 4.3.2 Measure distances in Experimenting Refer to the push test them appropriate units curriculum pull 4.3.3 Suggest and give reasons specifications for twist whether a comparison was Year 2 Science stretch fair or not squeeze faster slower direction 9
  • SCIENCTIFIC ATTITUDES AND NOBLE VALUESHaving an interest and curiosity towards the environment.Being honest and accurate in recording and validating data.Being diligent and preservingBeing responsible about the safety of oneself, others, and theenvironmentRealising that science is a means to understanding natureAppreciating and practicing clean and healthy living.Appreciating the balance of natureBeing respectful and well-manneredAppreciating the contributing of science and technologyBeing thankful to GodHaving critical and analytical thinkingBeing flexible and open-mindedBeing kind-hearted and caringBeing objectiveBeing systematicBeing cooperativeBeing fair and justDaring to tryThinking rationallyBeing confident and independent 10