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Body parts

Naming body parts using correct spellings.

Where you can study from:
Pupil book page 2 ‘body parts’.
Internet search engine: Body parts.
Vocabulary: arm, leg, hand, finger, toe, neck, head, body, elbow, knuckle.


Sensory Carousel

Children should be familiar with the 5 senses and their purposes i.e. nose is used for smelling, eyes are used for seeing.
And know the different kinds of tastes i.e. bitter, sweet.

Where you can study from:
Pupil book page 3 ‘The senses’.
Internet search engine – The 5 senses.
Vocabulary: smell, nose, taste, tongue, hear, ear, touch, skin, sight, eyes, sweet, sour, bitter, hard, soft, rough, smooth.


Looking at change.

Recognise that people change as they grow older and change in appearance as time goes on.
Children should be able to list all the things that a person can do at different ages.

Where you can study from:
Worksheet 1A PM2.
Vocabulary: baby, teenager, adult, elderly.


Comparing Adults and Young

How do animals change as they get older? (e.g. puppies sleep a lot and have quick bursts of energy, whereas an older dog tends not to be as energetic).
How animals develop (e.g. butterfly’s go from egg to caterpillar to cocoon to butterfly).

Where you can study from:
Pupil book page 4 ‘A visit to a farm’
Review e-learning video on life-cycles.
Internet search engine - life cycles e.g. woodlouse, cat, bird.
Vocabulary: feed, grow, move, old, adult, baby, young.


Movement classification.

Different ways a human and or animals can move e.g. crawl, run, roll.
Where you can study from:
Worksheet - 1A PM4 movement.
Internet search engine – find images of objects, humans and animals and decide whether they are living or non-living things. Talk about how you know when something is not living.
Vocabulary: living, non-living, move, breathe, eat.


Are the oldest children the tallest?

Just because a child is the oldest it does not mean they are the tallest.

Where you can study from:
Pupil book page 5 ‘How we grow’.
Vocabulary: tall, tallest, taller, shorter, measure, oldest, older, youngest, young, height, age.
Growing plants:


What is a plant?

Labelling parts of the plant i.e. roots, stem, leaves.
What do plants need to live? Water and sunlight.
Recognise that some plants are just weeds.

Where you can study from:
Internet search engine – diagram of plant to label.
Research names of plants from page 7 in pupil book.
Vocabulary: roots, leaves, stem, plant, tree, weed.
Re-read Jack and the bean stalk.



Type of Questions:

•Fill in the blanks - Children will be given sentences where they will need to fill in the blanks with words form the word bank.

•True or False – Children will need to decide whether an answer is true or false.

•Matching – For example the children must match the name of an object with the appropriate image.

•Shorts answer questions – one word answer.

•Multiple choice questions (MCQ) – Children must pick the correct answer from a selection of questions.

Number of each type of question:

5 questions for each section stated above.

Items needed for exam:

Children should have a pencil, Sharpener, ruler and a rubber.

All work should be completed and handed in by January 3rd 2010.
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