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Science notebook

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Science notebook

  1. 1. 1 CEIP BENITO PÉREZ GALDÓS file:///C:/Documents%20and%20Settings/Usuario/Escritorio/libros%20lim%20mery/merysuarez_plantas.html Name: --------------------------------------------- date: ----------------------------- PLANTS – PRIMARY CLIL 2010/2011 1. WRITE THE PART OF A PLANT AND COLOUR. http://www.naturegrid.org.uk/plant/foodplant1.html#top http://www.naturegrid.org.uk/plant/needs1.html# READ AND REMEMBER Many plants have flowers and give fruit, like apple trees and banana trees Some plants have flowers but don´t give fruit, like ferns. Plants grow from seeds . The seeds are in the fruit. In the ground, the seeds open and small stalk, leaves and root begin to grow. The plant grows bigger and produces a lot of leaves.
  2. 2. 2 2. COLOUR THE SEEDS. COMPLETE The ………………… are in the ……………………… of the plant 3. WRITE THE NAME OF THE PART OF THE PLANT INDICATED BY THE ARROWS. http://www.naturegrid.org.uk/plant/parts.html#top A tree
  3. 3. 4. LOOK AND NUMBER. 3 http://www.greenwing.org/newgreenwing/activities/Copy%20of%20plant_grow/seed _grow.htm 5. LOOK AND MATCH (colouring) SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN WINTER
  4. 4. 4 6. WEATHER SONG http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Ja4j4ltnRw What´s the weather is sunny? It`s foggy What`s the weather is rainy? All together that`s the weather are All together that`s the weather are Sun, rain, wind, storm Sun, rain, wind, storm Hot, cold, cool, warm Hot, cold, cool, warm What`s the weather? What`s the weather? It`s snowing It`s cloudy What`s the weather? What`s the weather? It`s blowing It`s windy All together that`s the weather are All together that`s the weather are In the summer it`s hot In the summer it`s hot In the winter it`s snow In the winter it`s snow In the spring that`s a flower In the spring that`s a flower In the autumn that`s a shower In the autumn that`s a shower All together that`s the weather What`s the weather? All together that`s the weather It`s frosty All together that`s the weather are What`s the weather?
  5. 5. Write The Rhyming Words 5 Bee Three Tree Key
  6. 6. 7. HOW TO MAKE A LEMONADE 6  Begin your project by teaching the children how to make a basic lemonade.  Divide the children into groups of two or three.  Make sure each group has a pitcher, measuring cup, knife, and a cutting board.  Instruct the children on how to properly handle the knife.  Each group needs one lemon for each cup of water that they will be placing in their pitcher. It is best if you have them make enough for their group so if there are three group members, three lemons will be needed.  Have the children add as many cups of water as there are group members. Then cut up the same amount of lemons. The lemons must have the seeds removed first. Then the lemons can be squeezed over the pitchers so that the lemon juice enters the pitcher.  Finally, the children need to add sugar to sweeten up the lemonade. Have the children measure out 1/4 of cup of sugar for each group member and add it to the pitcher. Mix well and pour in to individual glasses.  Optional: Give each child a drink umbrella to place in their cup.
  7. 7. 8. LEMON TREE SONG (tercer ciclo de Primaria) 7 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yt-VHlyV5KQ room - afternoon do – you car – far why- sky see- tree down- around power – shower head- bed COMPLETE I´m sitting here in a boring -------------------- It`s just another rainy Sunday ------------------- I`m waisting my time I got nothing to ---------- I`m hanging around I`m waiting for ------- But nothing ever happens And I wonder I´m driving around in my -------------- I´m driving to fast I`m driving to -------------- I like to chance my point of view I feel so lonely I`m waintin for you But nothing ever happens And I wonder I wonder how I wonder ------------ Yesterday you told me about the blue blue ------------ And all that I can ------------
  8. 8. It`s just a yellow lemon ------------ 8 I`m turning my head up and ------------------ And turning turning turning turning turning ------------------ And all that I can see It´s just a yellow lemon tree DA DARADA DA DI RA DA… DA DARADA DA DI RA DA… DA DIRA DI DA I`m sitting here I miss the ------------- I`d like go out taking a ----------------- But there`s a heavy cloudy inside my --------------- I feel so tired put myself into ------------------ But nothing ever happens And I wonder Isolation is not good for me Isolation I don`t want to sit on a lemon tree I`m stepping around in a desert of jo Baby anyhow I`ll get another toy And everything will happen And you`ll wonder I wonder how I wonder why Yesterday you told me about the blue blue sky And all that I can see
  9. 9. Is just a yellow lemon tree 9 I`m turning my head up and down And turning turning turning turning turning around And all that I can see Is just a yellow lemon tree And I wonder I wonder I wonder how I wonder why Yesterday you told me about the blue blue sky And all that I can see And all that I can see And all that I can see Is just a yellow lemon tree
  10. 10. 9. LISTENING How make lemonade 10 http://www.howcast.com/videos/143192-How-To-Make-Lemonade There’s nothing like a glass of ice cold lemonade on a hot day. VOCABULARY You Will Need 10 lemons = ………………….. A fork= ……………………… A manual juicer= …………….. Water= ………………………. Sugar= ……………………. A strainer or cheesecloth= ……………………………. Lemon zester= …………………. Lemon peles= ……………………….. Step 1: Prepare the lemons Wash the lemons, prick their skins with a fork, and microwave them on high for about 30 seconds. This will loosen the juice. Step 2: Soften them up To further soften them, roll each lemon on a hard surface, like a cutting board, with the palm of your hand. Step 3: Squeeze the juice Cut the lemons crosswise in half and twist them on the juicer to release the juice.
  11. 11. Step 4: Remove the pits 11 Remove any seeds from the juice. If you prefer your lemonade without pulp, strain the juice through a strainer or cheesecloth. Step 5: Boil water Heat half a cup of water on the stove. When it reaches a boil, add one and a half cups of sugar, lower the heat, and stir until the sugar is fully dissolved. Step 6: Add fresh lemon juice Remove the syrup from the heat and add your freshly squeezed lemon juice. Add a tablespoon of grated lemon zest for an extra kick. Step 7: Mix with cold water Add four and a half cups of cold water to the lemon and sugar syrup. Mix thoroughly. Step 8: Chill the lemonade Chill the lemonade, or serve it immediately in glasses of ice with a twist of lemon. DID YOU KNOW? LEMONADE WAS INVENTED BY THE EGIPTIANS OVER 1500 YEARS AGO
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