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  • 1. Authors Maria Socorro C. Asegurado Raizel O. Dorado Module Adviser For-Ian V. Sandoval Modula Consultant Mr. Ranier Fiscal
  • 2. Group 3
  • 3. Table of contents Acknowledgement…………………………………………………i Preface…………………………………………………………….ii Mission and Vision ...……...……………………………………...iii Goals and Objectives……………………….…………………….iv Foreword…………………………………………………….….….v Chapter 1: MATTER Lesson 1: State of matter………………………………………... 1 Activity 1…………………………………………...... 3 Activity 2……………………………………………... 5 Activity 3…………………………………………....... 6
  • 4. Lesson 2: Changes of matter…………………………………… 7 Activity 4…………………………………………….. 9 Activity 5……………………………………………. 11 Lesson 3: Measurements of matter……...………………….…. 12 Activity 6……………………………………………. 14 Activity 7…………………………………………..... 15 Lesson 4: Different Substances..………..……………………...16 Activity 8…………………………………………….. 19 .Activity 9.……………………………………………..20 Activity 10………………………….……………….....21 Chapter 2: ENERGY Lesson 5: Classification of Energy………………………………22 Activity 11…………………….……………………..24 Activity 12…………………….…………………..…26 Lesson 6: Kinds of Energy……………………………………….27 Activity 13……………………….……….................31 Activity 14…………………………………………...33
  • 5. Chapter 3: MOTION Lesson 7: What is Motion? …………………………………...…35 Activity 15……………………..……………………37 Activity 16………………………..…………………38 Lesson 8: The position of an Object………..…………………..39 Activity 17…………………………..………………41 Activity 18………………………….……………....42 Activity 19 ………………………….……………...44 Lesson 9: Forces that Causes Motion…...……………………..45 Activity 20………………………………………....48 Activity 21………………………………………....49 Activity 22………………………………………....50 Chapter 4: KINDS OF FORCE Lesson 10: Force……………………………………………..….51 Activity 23………………………………………….53 Activity 24………………………………………….54
  • 6. Lesson 11: Action and Reaction of Force….…………………...56 Activity 25…………………………………………...59 Activity 26…………………………………………...60 Lesson 12: Magnet…………………………...……………………61 Activity 27….…………………….…………………...63 Lesson 13: Magnetic and Non-Magnetic…….…………………..64 Activity 28 …. …………………………………..….66 Activity 29………………….………………………....67
  • 7. Acknowledgement We would like to acknowledge with gratitude and indebt ness to those who gave help and assistance is doing this work book in Educational Technology 1. First and foremost to our family for always be there for us, to support our chosen course and for gave us moral support. To all our friends, the happiest and sad moments that we shared inside the classroom. To our teacher in Educational Technology1 Dr. San Agustin, Educational Technology II Mr. For-Ian V. Sandoval, Dean of Collage of Education Lydia Chavez, Assistant Dean Ms. Adelina Monteiro, and to our consultant in this workbook Mr. Rainer R. Fiscal for their unwavering support, to all the BEED 11 Teacher. And most of all to Almighty God for giving us more strength and wisdom to make this workbook possible. To all of you thank you very much. Contents Back Next
  • 8. Preface Dear Pupils , This workbook, Enjoy Learning with Science has been carefully prepared for you .It is divided into for chapters Matter, Energy, Force and Motion. The lesson in this work book contains important ideas suited to Grade Three pupils. You will learn this idea by doing. Try to participate. It will easy for you to understand and remember something when you do it. Most of this activity can be done inside or outside the classroom or even at home. Contents Back Next
  • 9. After the activity and class discussion, remember the new learning you have discovered. It will satisfy your curiosity and will make you more aware of this happening around you. We hope that every lesson in this work book will help each of you become a thinking child. Slowly but surely each of you will be trained to be an independent child who can think logically and solve simple daily problems. Back Next Contents
  • 10. Mission A premier University in CALABARZON, offering academic programs and related services designated to respond to the requirements of the Philippines and the global economy, particularly ASIAN countries. Contents Back Next
  • 11. Vision The University shall primarily provide advanced education, professional, technological and vocational instruction in agriculture, fisheries, forestry, science, engineering industrial technologies, teacher education, medicine law, arts and sciences, information technology and other related fields. It shall undertake research and extension services and provide progressive leadership in its areas of specialization. Contents Back Next
  • 12. Goals of LSPU In pursuit of university mission/ vision, the college of education is committed to develop the full potential of the individuals and equip them with knowledge, skill and attitudes in teacher education allied fields to effectively respond to the increasing demands, challenge and opportunities of changing time for global competitiveness. Contents Back Next
  • 13. Objectives of BEED Produce graduates who can demonstrate and practice the professional and ethical requirements for the Bachelor of Secondary Education such as: 1. Acquire basic and major trainings in Bachelor of Elementary Education focusing on General Education and Pre-school Education. 2. Produce mentors who are knowledgeable and skilled in teaching pre- school learners and elementary grades and with desirable values and attitudes or efficiency and effectiveness. 3. Conduct research and development in teacher education and other related fields. 4. Extend services and other related activities for the advancement of community life Contents Back Next
  • 14. Foreword This Teacher’s Instructional Presentation Hand-out entitled “ Enjoy Learning With Science ” is part of the requirements in Educational Technology 2 under the revised curriculum for Bachelor in Secondary Education based on CHED Memorandum Order (CMO)-30, Series of 2004. Educational Technology 2 is a three (3)-unit course designed to introduce both traditional and innovative technologies to facilitate and foster meaningful and effective learning where students are expected to demonstrate a sound understanding of the nature, application and production of the various types of educational technologies. The students are provided with guidance and assistance of selected faculty members of the College through the selection, production and utilization of appropriate technology tools in developing technology-based teacher support materials. Through the role and functions of computers especially the Internet, the student researchers and the advisers are able to design and develop various types of alternative delivery systems. These kind of activities offer a remarkable learning experience for the education students as future mentors especially in the preparation of instructional materials. Contents Back Next
  • 15. The output of the group’s effort may serve as an educational research of the institution in providing effective and quality education. The lessons and evaluations presented in this module may also function as a supplementary reference for secondary teachers and students. FOR-IAN V. SANDOVAL Computer Instructor / Adviser Educational Technology 2 LYDIA R. CHAVEZ Dean College of Education Contents Back Next
  • 16. Chapter 1 Matter All the things around that surround us are compose of matter. From the food that we eat. The liquid that we drunk and even the air that we breathe is compose of matter. The clothes that we wear are also composing of matter.
      • At the end of the chapter the student should be able to know all about matter.
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  • 17. Lesson 1 States of Matter Matter has three states; these are solids, liquids and gas. How they are different or same to each other?
    • Objectives
    • To identify the three states of matter.
    • To appreciate the three state of matter.
    • To draw the three state of matter.
    Contents Back Next Gas is the third state of matter. Is something we can feel but not seen. It has no definite volume and no definite shape. Gas Things that flow definite volume but has no definite shape. They can put in jars, bottles, glasses, cups, cans, containers and the like. Liquid differ in color, taste and smell. Liquid Keep their own shape; it has definite volume, it also can be similar or different in color, size or shape Solid
  • 18. Contents Back Next
  • 19. Remember this kid!!! Matter is anything that occupies space and has mass Solid it has definite volume and has definite shape Liquid has definite volume but no definite shape Gas has no definite volume and no definite shape. Did you understand the lesson clearly? Now let`s proceed to the exercises. You can do it! Contents Back Next
  • 20. Name______________________ Score____ Section_____________________ Date ____ Identify the physical state (solid, liquid, or gas) of each of the following items at room temperature. _______4.Vinegar _______1. Water Drops ________2. Ballons ________5.Pencil ________3.notebook ________6.Water Activity 1 Contents Back Next
  • 21. ___________7.Bag ________9.Table __________8. Softdrinks ________10.Orange juice ________________________ Parent’s signature Contents Back Next
  • 22. Name______________________ Score____ Section_____________________ Date ____ True or False. Write T if the statement is True and F if the statement is False. ________1. Matter has three states. ________2. Matter does not occupy space and has no mass. ________3. Sold has definite volume and has definite shape. ________4. Gas is something we can feel but cannot be seen. ________5. Liquid is one of the three states of matter. ________6. There has a fixed shape in solid. ________7. Liquid does not have a fixed shape . ________8. Matter is made up of tiny particles. ________9. The word Matter comes from a Greek word. ________10. Gas has no definite volume and no definite shape _______________________ Parent’s Signature Contents Back Next Activity 2
  • 23. Name______________________ Score____ Section_____________________ Date ____ Answer the following questions and write your answer on the space provided before the number. __________1. Is anything that occupies space and has mass? __________2.It is made of tiny particles? __________3.It is a state of matter that has a definite volume and definite shape. __________4. It is also a state of matter that has no definite volume and no definite shape? ___________5.It has a definite volume but no definite shape. ___________6.It something we can feel but not seen? ___________7.It A state of matter that can put in jars,bottles,cups and container? ___________8.It is another state of matter that has there own shape? ___________9.It cames from the latin word materia which means that anything occupies space and has mass. ___________10.It is a state of matter that collaide easily __________________________ Parent’s signature Contents Back Next Activity 3
  • 24.
    • OBJECTIVES
    • To know the changes of matter.
    • To express the changes of matter.
    • To illustrates the changes of matter.
    Lesson 2 Changes of Matter Matter can change from one state to another. Like solid become liquid and liquids became solid. There are two changes of Matter the Physical Change and Chemical Change. Physical Change it is change in appearance, shape or form of matterbut the composition or the content of matter is still the same. One example is melting of ice. The content of this matter is still no changes. Contents Back Next
  • 25. Chemical Change is a change not only in the size appearance,and shape but also in their content and properties. One of the example is burning of wood when the wood is burned it lost their physical appearance and a new characteristic formed – because the wood became ashes and the properties and content of the matter change. Remember this kid!!! Physical change is changes in appearance, shape, or form but not in composition Chemical change is change in appearance shape,form and also in composition Did you understand the lesson clearly? Now let`s proceed to thes exercises. You can do it! Contents Back Next
  • 26. Name______________________ Score____ Section_____________________ Date ____ Classify each of the following as a physical or chemical change. 1 .Melting of ice 5. burning of paper 2. Burning of wood 6. salt turning to water 3. Melting of sugar 7. Cooking of foods 4. Boiling of water Contents Back Next Activity 4
  • 27. 8. Mothball 9. Lighting of candle. 10.Rusting of Iron Metal . _________________ Parent’s signature Contents Back Next
  • 28. Name______________________ Score____ Section_____________________ Date ____ List down all the things that you can see inside the classroom and classify each if what changes occur ons them. 1._________________ 11.___________________ 2._________________ 12.___________________ 3._________________ 13.___________________ 4._________________ 14.___________________ 5._________________ 15.___________________ 6._________________ 16.___________________ 7._________________ 17.____________________ 8._________________ 18.___________________ 9._________________ 19.___________________ 10.________________ 20.___________________ ______________ Parent’s signature Contents Back Next Activity 5
  • 29.
    • OBJECTIVES
    • To knows to measures matter.
    • To expresses the measurement of matter.
    • To use the measurement of matter.
    Lesson 3 Measurement of Matter An instrument for measuring weight or mass is called a weighing scale or often, simply a scale. A spring scale measure force but not mass, a balance compares masses, but require a gravitational field to operate. The most accurate instrument for measuring weight or mass is the digital scale, but it also requires a gravitational field, and would not work in free fall. Measuring Mass: To measure a mass we need a balanced; this kind of device helps us to measure mass. Mass is the amount of matter in a body. The relationship between gram and kilogram is expressed as: Contents Back Next
  • 30. Balance use to measure mass. 1,000 grams (g)= 1 kilogram (kg ) How to measure Volume: Volume is the amount of space that an object occupies An instrument use to measure volume is a graduated cylinder To measure the small volume of liquid you can use medicine dropper or teaspoon. Is use? Liter (L) and milliliter (mL.) are the common units of volume The relationship between Liter and milliliter is shown as: 1,000 mL = 1L 5 mL. = 1 teaspoon 1 mL = 20 drops Contents Back Next
  • 31. Remember this kid!!! Mass is the amount of matter in a body. Volume is the amount of space that the object occupies. Did you understand the lesson clearly? Now let`s proceed to the exercises. You can do it! Contents Back Next
  • 32. Name______________________ Score____ Section_____________________ Date ____ Convert the following units to the desired units. 1.1,000 ml =________________ L 2.1 ml =________________drops 3.1,000 grams =________________Kg 4.5ml =________________teaspoon 5.1,500 grams =________________Kg 6.2,500 ml =________________L 7.10 ml =________________teaspoon 8.5 ml =_________________drops 9.2,000grams =__________________Kg 10.5ml =_________________drops ________________ Parent’s Signature Contents Back Next Activity 6
  • 33. Name______________________ Score____ Section_____________________ Date ____ Write the correct answer on the blank. ________1.The device use to measure mass? ________2.It is a unit for measuring weight? ________3. It is the most accurate instrument for measuring weight? ________4. It is the amount of Matter in a body? ________5. It is the amount of space that an object occupies? ________6.It is a one instrument use to measure volume? ________7. The device use to measure the volume of solid.? ________8. It is the Physical Property of Matter. ________9.The device use to measure the small amount of liquid? ________10.What is the accurate instrument use for measuring weight or mass? ______________________ Parent’s signature Contents Back Next Activity 7
  • 34.
    • OBJECTIVES
    • To identifies the different substances
    • To appreciates the different substances
    • To use the different substances in our daily living
    Different Substances Lesson 4 There are many substances. We can classify substances into two; the useful substances and harmful substances. Useful substances : There are so many substances that are useful to us. Even in our home there have so many substances that are useful like: vinegar, cooking oil, sugar, salt and these are examples of substances that arres use in cooking. Contents Back Next
  • 35. Other example of substance . Shampoo Floor Wax Detergent Rubbing Alcohol Bath soap Contents Back Next
  • 36. Harmful Substances: If we have useful substances there are harmful substances or poisonous substances; that harm to animals even to us as a human being. Like: Polluted water Contents Back Next
  • 37. Remember this kid!!! Useful substance help us in our daily living and it has no bad effects on us Harmful substance is not good for our health and can destroyed environment Did you understand the lesson clearly? Now let`s proceed to the exercises You can do it! Contents Back Next
  • 38. Name______________________ Score____ Section_____________________ Date ____
    • Classify each of the following as Useful substance or Harmful substance
      • 1.Smoke from vehicles = __________________
      • 2.Vinegar =__________________
      • 3.Cooking oil =__________________
      • 4.Burning paper =__________________
      • 5.Smoke from factory =__________________
      • 6.Alcohol =__________________
      • 7.Soy sauce =___________________
      • 8..Insecticide =___________________
    • 9. Spray net =___________________
    • 10. xonrox =________ ________
    _______________ Parent’s signature Contents Back Next Activity 8
  • 39. Name______________________ Score____ Section_____________________ Date ____ Write some useful and harmful substances that you can see in your home.ss Harmful Substance Useful Substance 1. ____________________ 1._____________________ 2.____________________ 2.____________________ 3.____________________ 3.____________________ 4.____________________ 4.____________________ 5.____________________ 5.____________________ 6.____________________ 6.____________________ 7.____________________ 7.____________________ 8.____________________ 8.____________________ 9.____________________ 9.____________________ 10.___________________ 10.___________________ _______________________ Parent’s Signature Contents Back Next Activity 9
  • 40. Name______________________ Score___ Section_____________________ Date ____ Answer the following question and write your answer on the blank after the question 1. It is made up of tiny particles? ________________________________________ 2. It has own shape and it has definite volume? ________________________________________ 3. Has definite volume but no definite shape? ________________________________________ 4. Is something we can feel but not seen? ________________________________________ 5. It is change in appearance shape or form of matter but the composition or the content of matter is still the same? _______________________________________________ ________________________ Parent’s Signature Contents Back Next Activity 10
  • 41. Energy Can you imagine our life without the different kind if energy? Do you know how energy help us to make our daily living become easy? Chapter 2
      • At the end of the chapter the student should be able to identify the different kinds of energy.
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  • 42.
    • OBJECTIVES
    • To defines Energy.
    • To appreciates Energy.
    • To use the Energy.
    Classification of Energy Lesson 5 There are two kinds of energy and these are; Potential Energy is stored energy This energy is energy rest One example of this is; ball on the floor. Kinetic Energy is the energy of motion This energy is energy in motion one example; the swimmer dives. Contents Back Next
  • 43. Remember this kid!!! Potential energy is energy at rest Kinetic energy is energy in motion. Did you understand the lesson clearly? Now let`s proceed to the exercises. You can do it! Contents Back Next
  • 44. Name______________________ Score____ Section_____________________ Date ____ Classify each of the following as Potential or Kinetic Energy 1. Ball in hand 2. Running 3. Driving a bicycle 4 . riding a horse 5.Car at park Contents Back Next Activity 11
  • 45. 6. Dancing 7. Holding book 8.walking 9.writing 10. jumping Contents Back Next
  • 46. Name______________________ Score____ Section_____________________ Date ____ List down at least 10 examples of Potential Energy and Kinetic Energy that you can observe in your surrounding. 1.__________________________________________ 2.__________________________________________ 3.__________________________________________ 4.__________________________________________ 5.__________________________________________ 6.__________________________________________ 7.__________________________________________ 8.__________________________________________ 9.__________________________________________ 10._________________________________________ _____________________ Parent’s Signature Contents Back Next Activity 12
  • 47.
    • OBJECTIVES
    • To define the different kinds of Energy.
    • To value the different type of Energy.
    • To use the different Energy in our daily living
    Lesson 6 Kinds of Energy There are so many forms of energy like; light energy, electrical energy and heat energy. Light Energy Do you imagine how our life without Light is? Our natural Light comes from the Sun and stars. And the artificial Light comes from the human. One of these examples are; candles, electric bulb, firewood, lighter, match and lamps. Do you know how light travels? Contents Back Next
  • 48. You must watch how light focus against the paper. You see a ray of light coming from flashlight Did you know that light travels in a straight line from its source at a speed of 186,000 miles in one second or 300,000 Km/ Electrical Energy Can you imagine life without Electricity? How is life without television, electric fan, radio etc. These are the examples of appliances that we need to make our things work and make our life easy. Electricity > is a stream of electrons moving over a conductor. The wires are made of copper which conduct electricity and make it flow where it is needed. The best conductor is silver it is also expensive. Contents Back Next
  • 49. Insulator > cannot conduct electricity . Wood Clothes plastics Electromagnet. A magnet made from electricity passing through a wire is called an electromagnet. Contents Back Next
  • 50. How important electricity is? Electricity is a lifeline to a modern industry, electricity make our life easier because all of our appliances are operated by electricity. Heat Energy Heat is a form of energy that is necessary to all forms of life on earth. Can you imagine life without heat? All of us need heat energy; one of the sources of heat is firewood. Effects of Heat on Solids Melting is the changing of solid into liquid one of this example is melting of margarine.. How Heat Help Us? Heat can help us to cook food it also help us to make body temperature became normal Contents Back Next
  • 51. Remember this kid!!! The kinds of energy are Light Energy, Heat Energy, and Electrical Energy Did you understand the lesson clearly? Now let`s proceed to the exercises. You can do it! Contents Back Next
  • 52. Name______________________ Score____ Section_____________________ Date ____ Classify each of the following object if what kind of energy are being possesed 1.Using blower 2. Turning on the switch 3. Turning on the T.V 4.star light 5. Cooking food Contents Back Next Activity 13
  • 53. 6. Turning on the radio 7. Light from sunlight 8.Turning of electric fan 9. Charging Cellphone 10. Lightening coil mosquito repellant ____________________________ Parent’s Signature Contents Back Next
  • 54. Name______________________ Score____ Section_____________________ Date ____ Encircle the correct answer 1. It is the flow of electrons through conductors like copper, silver and aluminum. a.heat b.electricity c.light 2. Cannot conduct electricity. a.magnetism b.electricity c.insulators 3. It is the form of energy that is necessary to all forms of life on Earth. a.Heat Energy b.Electrical Energy c.Light Energy Contents Back Next Activity 14
  • 55. 4. It is a stored energy. A .Potential Energy b. Kinetic Energy c. Light Energy 5. It is a kind of energy in motion. a.Kinetic Energy b.Potential Energy c.Light Energy 6. Matter becomes ________ when the molecules move slower. a. cooler b. slower c. faster 7. The changing Solid into Liquid is called ________. a.light energy b. melting c. heat energy Contents Back Next
  • 56. 8. What kind of energy helps us to make our body temperature become normal? a. Light Energy b. Potential Energy c. Heat Energy 9. _________ is a life line to a modern industry, electricity that makes our life easier. a. Electricity b. Electromagnet c. Heat Energy 10. _________ is the best conductor of eneregy and it is also expensive. a. gold b. copper c. silver ______________ Parent’s Signature Contents Back Next
  • 57. Chapter 3 Motion It is change in position of an object. Man, plants and animals can move by themselves only and they are called living things. While non living things need other forces to make them move.
      • At the end of the chapter the student should be able to know all about motion.
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  • 58.
    • Objectives
    • To define what motion is.
    • To express what forces can use to move an object
    • To illustrate living and non living things.
    Lesson 7 Motion For the plants they ca not move by themselves only, for example when the wind blows the plants sway and there leaves fall to the ground, they move when forces applied to them. Back Contents Next
  • 59. When an object, an animals or a person move or change into position we can say it is in motion. Remember this kid!!! Motion is a change in position of an object. Did you understand the lesson clearly? Now let’s proceed to the exercises. You can do it! Back Contents Next
  • 60. Name______________________ Score____ Section_____________________ Date ____ TRUE OR FALSE. Write T if the statement is correct and F if the statement is wrong. ______1. Leaves from the tree fall to the ground by the winds. ______2. Animals have muscles that enable them to move. ______3. Motion is a change of position of an object. ______4. Non living things need to applied forces to move. ______5. Plants ca not moves by themselves only. ______6. Man can do activities because of their muscles that enable them to move. Back Contents Next Activity 15
  • 61. ______7. Plants can move when there is applied force. ______8. A piece of paper can move without applying force. ______9. An object can move when you applied forces to them ______10. Man and animals can walk, jump, and hop. _______________ Parent’s Signature Back Contents Next
  • 62. Name______________________ Score____ Section_____________________ Date ____ Write your answer on the space provided after the number; state what kind of force can make this object move. 1._______ 2._______ Next Back Contents Activity 16
  • 63. 3._________ 4.________ 5.________ Back Contents Next
  • 64. 6._______ 7._______ 8.______ Back Contents Next
  • 65. 9.__________ 10.__________ _______________ Parent’s Signature Back Contents Next
  • 66. Objectives To define what reference point is. To express what is the reference point of an object. To draw an object using the reference point. The Position of an Object Reference Point- is something that is not moving, it is needed so that we can easily tell where an object is. Lesson 8 Back Contents Next
  • 67. The vase is on the table The book is under the table We can easily identify the position of an object by saying where it is from the table. Back Contents Next
  • 68. We can say that “the vase is on the table” or “the book is under the table. To easily understand the example picture above, we need the table to tell were one thing is. The table is use as a reference point. Remember this kid!!! Reference point is use to tell where an object is. Did you understand the lesson clearly? Now let’s proceed to the exercises. You can do it! Back Contents Next
  • 69. Write your answer on the space provided after the question. 1. What things do you consider when you describe the position of an object? _______________________________________________ Name______________________ Score____ Section_____________________ Date ____ Back Contents Next Activity 17
  • 70. 2. When do you say if an object has moved from its surface? __________________________________________________________ 3. What are the ways in describing the motion? __________________________________________________________ 4. What is a reference point? __________________________________________________________ 5. How can we identify the position of an object? __________________________________________________________ _______________ Parent’s Signature Back Contents Next
  • 71. Tell which objects moved. Write a sentence to prove your answer. Choose your reference point to show motion. 1._____________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ Name______________________ Score____ Section_____________________ Date ____ Back Contents Next Activity 18
  • 72. 2._____________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ 3.__________________________________ ___________________________________ __________________________________ Back Contents Next
  • 73. 4._________________________ __________________________ __________________________ 5._______________________ _________________________ _________________________ _______________ Parent’s Signature Back Contents Next
  • 74. Name______________________ Score____ Section_____________________ Date ____ Write your answer on the space provided after the question. 1. What things do you consider when you describe position of an object? _____________________________________________________ 2.When do you say an object has moved from its surface? ________________________________________________ 3. What are the ways in describing the motion? _____________________________________________________ 4. What is a reference point? _____________________________________________________ 5. How can we identify the position of an object? _______________________________________________ ____________ Parent’s Signature Back Contents Next Activity 19
  • 75. Lesson 9 Forces That Cause Motion What makes the train move? The machine makes the train move. What makes the flag in the flag pole move? When the air blows the flag in the flag pole move. Objectives To know the forces that causes motion. To express what forces can make an object move. To draw things that move by other force. Back Contents Next
  • 76. What makes the leaves fall on the ground? Leaves fall to the ground because of the Gravity. Gravity is a force of the earth on the The earth is also move on its axis and around the sun, it is a continuous motion. We do not feel the movements because there is a force that holds us and the other things on the earth surface. This force is called gravity. Different objects on earth are move with different forces. Back Contents Next
  • 77. Did you understand the lesson clearly? Now let’s proceed to the exercises You can do it! Back Contents Next Remember this kid!!! Gravity is a force of the earth on the body.
  • 78. TRUE OR FALSE. Write T if the statement is correct and F if the statement if wrong. Name______________________ Score____ Section_____________________ Date ____ ______1. Objects move with applied force. _______2. Running water is force. _______3. Riding a bicycle need force. _______4. When you squeeze a balloon you are using force. _______5.You use force when you pull an object. _______6. When you push an object it move towards you. _______7. The rough surface of the floor slows down a moving object. _______8. You speed up the motion of a ball when you catch it. _______9. Carrying a small bag needs great force. _______10. Tiny object move because water carries to other places. Back Contents Next Activity 20
  • 79. Name______________________ Score____ Section_____________________ Date ____ Write what kind of force can make this object move. Write your answer on the space provided. 1 .Nails ________________________ 2. Hair ________________________ 3. Floor polisher__________________ 4. Leaves ______________________ 5. Wind will______________________ 6. Turbines _____________________ 7. Safety pins____________________ 8. Kite _________________________ 9. Ball _________________________ 10. Water wheel__________________ Back Contents Next Activity 21
  • 80. Draw at least five (5) objects move by the following. Name______________________ Score____ Section_____________________ Date ____ WIND Running Water Machine _______________ Parent’s Signature Back Contents Next Activity 22
  • 81. Chapter 4 Force It is a push and pull of an object. It is needed to make things move.
      • At the end of the chapter the student should be identified can make an object move.
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  • 82. Lesso10 Force Force is a push or pull of an object. It is needed to make things move. Observe the picture below. The girl pushes the cart The boy pulls the cart Objectives To define what force is. To express the push and pull of an object. To illustrate the difference between push and pull. Back Contents Next
  • 83. Both the girl and the boy use the force to make things move. Did you understand the lesson clearly? Now let’s proceed to the exercises. You can do it! Back Contents Next Remember this kid!!! The push and pull that make things move is called force.
  • 84. Write your answer on the space provided after the question. 1. Do you exert force when you catch and throw the ball? _____________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ 2. When you catch a ball, what is it like pushing or pulling? _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ 3. What happen to the ball when you hit it with a ball? _______________________________________________________ 4. Does the table change its position when you push it? ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ 5. What can force do? ______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ Name______________________ Score____ Section_____________________ Date ____ _______________ Parent’s Signature Back Contents Next Activity 23
  • 85. Identify the following situations as push or pull. Put (/) if it is push and cross (x) if it is pull. 1.______ 2.______ 3.______ 4._____ 5.______ Name______________________ Score____ Section_____________________ Date ____ Back Contents Next Activity 24
  • 86. 6.____ 7._____ 8._____ 9._____ _______________ Parent’s Signature Back Contents Next 10._____
  • 87. Objectives To define action and reaction forces . To express the balanced and unbalance forces. To draw an object using balanced and unbalanced forces. Lesson 11 Action and Reaction Forces Action is when you push an object. Reaction is when an object pushes back on you with an equal and opposite force. See the picture above. The boy throws the ball on the wall (action), the wall pushes back with an equal and opposite force (reaction). Back Contents Next
  • 88. Balanced Forces Look at the picture. The weight of the flower vase is exerting a downward force on the table. The table is exerting an upward force on the book. The flower vase does not move. The two forces acting on the flower vase is balanced. When forces acting in an object are balanced there is no movement. Unbalanced Forces Look at the picture. The more people exert greater force than a single one. They can pull a rope towards them. These two forces are unbalanced. When unbalanced forces act in an object, the objects move towards the direction of the greater force. Back Contents Next
  • 89. Did you understand the lesson clearly? Now let’s proceed to the exercises. You can do it! Back Contents Next Remember this kid!!! For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
  • 90. Write your answer to complete the sentence on the space provided. 1. In order for a team to win in a tug-of-war, it should exert _________ 2. Balance forces put the objects acting on them ________ 3. An object moves to the direction of the__________ 4. Unbalance forces acting on an object make it__________ 5. Two opposing but equal forces act upon an object. The objects will ________ 6. The weight of the book is exerting a ________ on the table. 7. The table is exerting __________ on the book. 8. When forces acting in an object are balanced there is no ________ 9. The forces acting on the book is __________ 10. The more people exert greater force than a _________ Name______________________ Score____ Section_____________________ Date ____ _______________ Parent’s Signature Back Next Contents Activity 25
  • 91. Put (/) whether the forces acting on each object are Balanced and cross (x) if Unbalanced. 1.________ 2.________ Name______________________ Score____ Section_____________________ Date ____ 3.________ Back Next Contents Activity 26
  • 92. 4.________ 5.________ _______________ Parent’s Signature Back Next Contents
  • 93. Objectives To define Magnetic Force. To express what magnet is. To illustrate the different kinds of magnet. Lesson 12 Magnetic Forces Another force that acts at a distance is called Magnetic Force. A magnetic field exist around a magnet, this field is the space with an invisible. The earth is a big magnet because of this every thing on its surface does not fall in the outer surface. Back Next Contents
  • 94. Magnet It is said to be a piece of hard iron that attracts materials made of steel such us pins, needles, thumbtacks and jewelries. It has two poles, the North and the South. Magnetism Is the ability of an object to attract other material U-shaped Magnet Horse shoe Magnet Ring Magnet Bar magnet They are named according to their shaped. The usual shaped of the magnet are u-shaped and horse shoe shaped magnet because there is an increased magnetic strength in that shape. Back Next Contents
  • 95. Did you understand the lesson clearly? Now let’s proceed to the exercises. You can do it! Back Next Contents Remember this kid!!! For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
  • 96. Choose the correct answer to complete from the list words below. Write the answer on the blank. North South Bar Magnet Horse shoe Magnet Magnet U-shaped Magnet Ring Magnet Magnetic Field Magnetic Forces Magnetism Shape 1. A _______________is a piece of iron that attracts other materials. 2. Poles of a magnets are_________ and 3._________ 3. The ____________ are stronger of the poles of the magnet. Name______________________ Score____ Section_____________________ Date ____ Back Next Contents Activity 27
  • 97. 4.The ____________ are stronger of the poles of the magnet. 5. The ability of a magnet to attract other is______________. 6.The kinds of magnet are________ 7. __________ and 8._________. 9. Magnets are made according to their _______________. 10. A ________ exist around a magnet, this field is the space invisible _______________ Parent’s Signature Back Next Contents
  • 98. Objectives To know magnetic and non magnetic materials . To express what object can pulled or not pulled by the magnet. To illustrate the object that is magnetic and non magnetic Materials. Lesson 13 Magnetic and Non-Magnetic Materials Some objects can be attracted or pick up by a magnet. These objects are made from iron and steel. They are called magnetic materials. Back Next Contents
  • 99. Some objects ca not be attracted by a magnet, this objects are not made from iron and steel. They are called non magnetic materials. Did you understand the lesson clearly? Now let’s proceed to the exercises. You can do it! Back Next Contents Remember this kid!!! For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
  • 100. Classify each of the following as magnetic or non magnetic materials. Write M if he material is magnetic and NM if the material is non-magnetic. ____1.gold ring ____6.tin can ____2.cloth ____7.key ____3.rubber bands ____8. iron filings ____4. paper clips ____9.umbrella ____5. glass ____10.marbles _______________ Parent’s Signature Name______________________ Score____ Section_____________________ Date ____ Back Next Contents Activity 28
  • 101. List down the materials that are pulled and not pulled by the magnet. _________________________ ________________________ _________________________ _________________________ _________________________ ________________________ _________________________ _________________________ ________________________ _________________________ _______________ Parent’s Signature Name______________________ Score____ Section_____________________ Date ____ Back Next Contents Activity 29
  • 102. Student Researchers/Authors Back Next Contents
  • 103. Name: Maria Socorro C. Asegurado Address: Brgy. Tala Rizal, Laguna Birthday: June 23, 1987 Educational Background Elementary Rizal Elementary School Rizal, Laguna 1999-2000 Secondary Rizal National High School Rizal, Laguna 2003-2004 Tertiary Laguna State Polytechnic University NSC Bachelor of Elementary Education BEED II Back Next Contents
  • 104. Name: Raizel O. Dorado Address: Brgy.Taytay Nagcarlan, Laguna Birthday: August 28, 1987 Educational Background Elementary Taytay-Malaya Elementary School 1999-2000 Secondary Rizal Standard Academy Nagcarlan, Laguna 2003-2004 Tertiary Laguna State Polytechnic University NSC Bachelor of Elementary Education BEED 1 Back Next Contents
  • 105. Co- Authors/ Editors Next Back Contents
  • 106. Next Back Contents Name: For- Ian V. Sandoval Address: 40 V. Brgy. Wawa J.Rizal Street Siniloan, Laguna Birthday: April 5,1979 Civil Status: Married Nationality: Filipino Educational Background Post Graduates: Laguna States Polytechnic University Course: Master of Arts in Educational Management Tertiary: Far Eastern University-east Asia College Course: Bachelor of Science in Mathematics Major in Computer Science
  • 107. Name: Ranier R . Fiscal Address: Brgy. Talangka Sta. Maria, Laguna Birthday: June 10, 1983 Civil Status: Single Nationality: Filipino Educational Background Post Graduates: Laguna States Polytechnic University Course: Master of Arts in teaching Major in Social Science Tertiary: University of Rizal Next Back Contents
  • 108. References Science and Health Learning Experiences Authors Eufrociana A. Dela Cruz Rosita Brabaanye Science and Health Textbook for Grade Five Authors Margarits Limardo Carmelita C.Coronel Felipe O.Saclamitao Science and Health Textbook for Grade Five Authors Carmelita C.Coronel Science and Health For A Changing Environment Authors Norma M. Arabia Back Next Contents

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