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The Science Vocabulary Pack
The Science Vocabulary Pack
The Science Vocabulary Pack
The Science Vocabulary Pack
The Science Vocabulary Pack
The Science Vocabulary Pack
The Science Vocabulary Pack
The Science Vocabulary Pack
The Science Vocabulary Pack
The Science Vocabulary Pack
The Science Vocabulary Pack
The Science Vocabulary Pack
The Science Vocabulary Pack
The Science Vocabulary Pack
The Science Vocabulary Pack
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The Science Vocabulary Pack

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The Science Vocabulary Pack contains everything that you need to help children in your class remember the meaning of hundreds of Science words. …

The Science Vocabulary Pack contains everything that you need to help children in your class remember the meaning of hundreds of Science words.

With a child-friendly eBook, printable vocabulary labels, crosswords and wordsearches, it is an amazing resource for teachers! Download this pack now from http://teachr.co/sciencevocabularypack

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  1. © www.teachingpacks.co.uk By Mark and Helen Warnerwww.teachingpacks.co.ukelectricity magnetic gas shadow deciduous nectar prey gravityopaque mixture dissolve brain bacteria
  2. Scientists use lots of different types of equipment during their investigations. Here are some examples: © www.teachingpacks.co.uk Scientific Equipment A force meter measures forces. Safety glasses protect the eyes during an experiment. A microscope lets us see small objects in closer detail. Thermometers measure temperature. A telescope lets us see objects that are far away. Bunsen burners are used to heat materials. Test tubes hold different materials. Stopwatches measure how long things take. Images: © ThinkStock
  3. © www.teachingpacks.co.uk Movement Reproduction Sensitivity Nutrition Excretion Animals and plants get rid of their waste. Respiration Plants and animals make energy using oxygen (from the air) and glucose (a kind of sugar). Growth Life Processes Animals and plants are living organisms. They all do these life processes. Animals move from one place to another. Leaves and flowers turn towards light. Animals have babies (e.g. puppies and kittens). Plants have seeds which grow into new plants. Animals eat plants or other animals. Green plants make their own food using sunlight. All living things grow. Living things are sensitive to their environment. Bats have a very good sense of hearing. A Venus Flytrap can detect movement on its inner surfaces. Animals excrete waste in their urine, sweat and breath. Plants produce oxygen during photosynthesis. Images: © ThinkStock
  4. Skeletons are made up of bones and joints (where the bones meet). Skeletons protect and support the body. They help the body to move too. © www.teachingpacks.co.uk Skeletons A dog’s skeleton. A dolphin’s skeleton. Some animals, like insects, crabs and lobsters have an exoskeleton. This means that their skeleton is on the outside of their body! Skull (protects the brain) Snails, earthworms, jellyfish, tapeworms, squids and some other animals have no bones at all! Ribs (protect the heart and lungs) Pelvis Collar Bone Shoulder Blade Thigh Bone Knee Cap Shin Bone Foot Bones Hand Bones Spine Images: © ThinkStock
  5. © www.teachingpacks.co.uk Germination Germination is when seeds start to grow. A seed needs water, oxygen (from the air) and warmth to grow. The seed cracks and a small root grows down into the soil. A tiny shoot starts to grow up. The root and root hairs grow. The shoot grows up towards the light. Green leaves start to grow so that the plant can start to make its own food. Do seeds need light to germinate? No. Seeds have their own store of food. They use this to grow until their leaves have developed. Images: © ThinkStock
  6. © www.teachingpacks.co.uk Materials There are lots of different types of materials and they all have different properties. They can be... How would you describe these materials?Images: © ThinkStock
  7. © www.teachingpacks.co.uk Soil Soil is usually made from four things: (Humus is dead and rotting material from plants and animals) We use soil to grow plants for food. It is also full of worms, insects and microbes that help to break down dead plants and animals. There are different types of soils. Here are a few: Sandy Soil • Pale coloured. • Has lots of small air gaps. • Usually feels dry because water drains through it quickly. Clay Soil • Orange or blue-ish sticky soil. • Few air gaps. • Water does not drain through it easily, so puddles collect on top. Chalky Soil • Light brown soil. • Water drains through it quickly. Peat • Dark and crumbly. • Does not contain any rock. • Made from old decayed plants. Images: © ThinkStock
  8. © www.teachingpacks.co.uk These are NOT light sources. Can you explain why? Images: © ThinkStock Light Light sources give out light. Here are some examples:
  9. Circuits Electricity can only flow if there is a complete circuit. It travels from a power source (like a battery or cell), flowing around the circuit, through the components, then back to the power source. © www.teachingpacks.co.uk Complete Circuit The components (cell, wires and bulb) are all connected without any gaps, so the bulb lights. Broken Circuit There is a gap in the circuit. The electricity cannot flow all the way round, so the bulb does not light up. Images: © ThinkStock Did you know that cells have positive (+) and negative (-) ends? The wires in a complete circuit have to be connected to both ends.
  10. © www.teachingpacks.co.uk Magnets Magnets and magnetic materials create pulling and pushing forces on each other when they are close. They attract or repel each other. Images: © ThinkStock North Pole South PoleN S Magnets have north and south poles. NS N S NS N S SN NS NS SN Different poles attract Two magnets with different poles pointing towards one another will pull towards (or attract) each other. Same poles repel Two magnets with the same poles pointing towards one another will push away from (or repel) each other.
  11. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Across 5. A device that creates electric light. 8. If there is no component in the circuit, there will be a... 11. A source of electricity that is used in objects that can move around. 12. If there is a _____ in the circuit, it won't work. 14. This is used to join components in a circuit. 15. Electricity can be... Down 1. This material is used inside wires. 2. Something that lets electricity pass through it. 3. Something that does not let electricity pass through it. 4. The path followed by an electric current. 6. If you add more cells to a circuit a bulb will be... 7. The force of an electric current. 9. Things that go into a circuit. 10. A machine that causes motion. 13. An electrical device that makes a buzzing sound! www.teachingpacks.co.uk Images: © ThinkStock© Electricity
  12. m 1 c 2 e o t n i 3 a d c 4 n b 5 u l b 6 u i s r c r u i t c l v 7 g o u a o s 8 h o r t c i r c 9 u i t l m 10 t t o o t o e m r b 11 a t t e r y g 12 a p b 13 g o o u w 14 i r e r n z e z d 15 a n g e r o u s t r Across 5. A device that creates electric light. [bulb] 8. If there is no component in the circuit, there will be a... [shortcircuit] 11. A source of electricity that is used in objects that can move around. [battery] 12. If there is a _____ in the circuit, it won't work. [gap] 14. This is used to join components in a circuit. [wire] 15. Electricity can be... [dangerous] Down 1. This material is used inside wires. [metal] 2. Something that lets electricity pass through it. [conductor] 3. Something that does not let electricity pass through it. [insulator] 4. The path followed by an electric current. [circuit] 6. If you add more cells to a circuit a bulb will be... [brighter] 7. The force of an electric current. [voltage] 9. Things that go into a circuit. [component] 10. A machine that causes motion. [motor] 13. An electrical device that makes a buzzing sound! [buzzer] www.teachingpacks.co.uk Images: © ThinkStock© Electricity
  13. t h s w a t e r r e s i s t a n c e r u z v j v v g n n m a q h h y a t z f r i c t i o n y t d r e i r q d n c e t j j v m l q c u n m g f c e k f i x v c t r i n z k y h u g l r f x w x c o n t a c t p s r h q h r q c v o m z u g r l l r q y d e s w f l j l z u t x e t j o p k p b a l a n c e d f o r c e s w r s t k a c h r m p b j b h u m o q k v c u w z l x p t o e n w t f b a o l y n j u a y p j n r a i l t z o v l i d e i o y g s o j q a i e i t n e w t o n s g r a v i t y o r r n i o g t x l r z a t u k n g q m h o h d x a p n c e e t b x t o g n e b n g p h l j i y t t l b w j l e q t e v w p g v j x x e r t m h b t h q e z c e b n s o i l a h e o n f c h i r d f o r c e m e t e r n o v z c l t c b i g r j f a q q v q m w d z c n s v s r u z x u t v k l g i t e t e k u p a r a c h u t e n t g l o a r n w j u h j m l e t a n g h t p p y q h l h p s e i a m z j l s t r e a m l i n e d f z q x e t p w h s f c f m f c j y h m v n g h e u u m h o p f y o f s z p t v p b w t q i p u s h h t s v f d e d j w l z a i r r e s i s t a n c e a s w u l z u r e e r b e air resistance attract balanced forces contact direction Earth force meter forces friction gravity grip heat magnet magnetic Newtons North Pole opposite parachute pull push repel South Pole streamlined water resistance weight air resistance Earth grip North Pole repel attract force meter heat opposite South Pole balanced forces forces magnet parachute streamlined contact friction magnetic pull water resistance direction gravity Newtons push weight www.teachingpacks.co.uk© Forces and Magnets
  14. absorbent baking bend bendy boil brick burn burning www.teachingpacks.co.uk©
  15. cardboard Celsius Centigrade change of state chemical change compress compression condensation www.teachingpacks.co.uk©
  16. www.teachingpacks.co.uk Thank you for looking at this preview of our Science Vocabulary Pack. The full pack is available to download from http://teachr.co/sciencevocabularypack Helen and Mark

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