WORKBOOK : SCIENCE-1 SCOTT FORESMAN Scott Foresman Science (Diamond Edition)2008 Grade 1 (See Learning in a Whole new light)

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WORKBOOK SCIENCE-1 SCOTT FORESMAN                                        Scott Foresman Science (Diamond Edition)2008 Grade 1                             (See Learning in a Whole new light)

 

 

UNIT: A       LIFE SCIENCE

 

CHAPTER:1 LIVING &NONLIVING

 

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LESSON:1

WHAT ARE LIVING THINGS?

 

BEFORE YOU READ LESSON:

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words alter each sentence that tell what you think.

 

  1. Animals, plants, and people are living things. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. Animals grow and change. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  3. Plants cannot grow and change TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

AFTER YOU READ LESSON

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

  1. Animals, plants, and people are living things. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. Animals grow and change. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  3. Plants cannot grow and change. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

COMPLETE THE SENTENCE

Write the word that completes each sentence.

grow – change – living- move

 

|. Plants and animals are—————————————–things.

  1. Plants and animals ——————————————- bigger.
  2. Animals————————————————–on their own.
  3. Plants —————————————–and become different.

ALIKE AND DIFFERENT

  1. Write the things that tell how plants and animals are alike and different.

 

Can grow- can move- can change

PLANTS ANIMALS

 

 

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LESSON:2

WHAT DO PLANTS NEED?

Before You Read Lesson 2

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

  1. A need is something a living thing must have to live. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. Plants need water and light. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  3. Plants do @t need air. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

After You Read Lesson 2

 

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

  1. A need is something a living thing must have to live. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. Plants need water and light. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  3. Plants do not need air. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

COMPLETE THE SENTENCE

Write the word that completes each sentence

Use each word twice.

grow – living

 

 

  1. An animal is a—————————————————thing.
  2. A plant is a ——————————————————thing.
  3. A plant can—————————————————————–
  4. An animal can———————————————————–

 

DRAW CONCLUSIONS

  1. What are things plants need?

 

 

 

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LESSON:3

WHAT DO ANIMALS NEED?

Before You Read Lesson 3

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

  1. Animals need water. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. Animals do not need space to live. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  3. Animals need shelter, or a safe place. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

After You Read Lesson 3

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

  1. Animals need water. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. Animals do not need space to live.     TRUE /NOT TRUE
  3. Animals need shelter, or a safe place. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

COMPLETE THE SENTENCE

Write the word that completes each sentence.

air – shelter – food – water

 

  1. A bird’s ————————————————- is a nest.
  2. Animals drink ——————————————————
  3. Animals eat———————————————————
  4. Animals use ——————————————————

 

ALIKE AND DIFFERENT

 

  1. Write the things that tell how the needs of plants and animals are alike and different.

needs – air – needs- shelter – needs – the Sun – needs – water

 

PLANTS ANIMALS

 

 

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LESSON:4

 

WHAT ARE NONLIVING THINGS?

Before You Read Lesson 4

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

 

  1. Nonliving things used to be things but aren’t olive now. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. Nonliving things do not grow and change. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  3. A rock is o nonliving thing. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

 

After You Read Lesson 4

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

  1. Nonliving things used to be things but aren’t olive now. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. Nonliving things do not grow and change. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  3. A rock is o nonliving thing. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

 

COMPLETE THE SENTENCE

Write the word that completes each sentence.

Olive – book – grow – air

 

  1. A —————————————————— is a nonliving thing.
  2. Nonliving things cannot ———————————————–
  3. A nonliving thing does not need ————————————
  4. A nonliving thing is not ———————————————–

 

DRAW CONCLUSIONS

 

  1. Look at the picture. Write three things that ore nonliving.

 

 

 

 

 

 

CHAPTER:2   HABITATS

 

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LESSON:1

WHAT IS A FOREST HABITAT?

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BEFORE YOU READ LESSON:1

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words alter each sentence that tell what you think.

 

  1. Animals and plants live in a habitat. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. A habitat gives animals and plants what they needy to live. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  3. A forest has few plants. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

AFTER YOU READ LESSON 1

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

  1. Animals and plants live in a habitat. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. A habitat gives animals and plants what they needy to live. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  3. A forest has few plants. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

COMPLETE THE SENTENCE

Write the word that completes each sentence.

Winter- habitat – summer- forest

 

1 Plants and animals find she in a—————————————-

  1. A   —————————————-is a place with many trees.
  2. Plants and animals get t they need in the————————–.
  3. Many plants do not grow in the —————————————-

 

PICTURE CLUES

  1. Use picture clues to find the forest habitat. Color the

picture of the forest habitat.

 

 

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LESSON:2

What is a wetland habitat?

Before You Read Lesson 2

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

  1. A wetland is a habitat that has lots of water. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. Only plants live in wetlands. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  3. A wetland gets lots of rain in summer. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

After You Read Lesson 2

 

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

  1. A wetland is a habitat that has lots of water. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. Only plants live in wetlands. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  3. A wetland gets lots of rain in summer. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

COMPLETE THE SENTENCE

Write the word that completes each sentence.

Rain – Sun – wetland – frog

 

  1. A habitat covered in water is a —————————————-
  2. There is a lot of   ——————————————- is habitat.
  3. A ————————————————–frog in this habitat.
  4. The———————————– shines in this habitat to help the plants grow.

 

DRAW CONCLUSIONS

 

  1. Circle the animal that lives in a wetland.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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LESSON:3

WHAT IS AN OCEAN HABITAT?

Before You Read Lesson 3

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

  1. An ocean is a habitat that has lots of water. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. An ocean has salt water. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  3. Only animals can live in the ocean. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

After You Read Lesson 3

 

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

  1. An ocean is a habitat that has lots of water. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. An ocean has salt water. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  3. Only animals can live in the ocean. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

COMPLETE THE SENTENCE

Write the word or phrase that completes each sentence.

large –Fish- ocean- salt -water

 

1 The —————————————————is 0 kind of habitat.

  1. This habitat is very———————————————————
  2. There are ————————————- living in this habitat.
  3. The water in this habitat is———————————————–

 

PICTURE CLUES  

  1. Use picture clues to tell two things about an ocean habitat.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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LESSON:4

 

WHAT IS A DESERT HABITAT;

Before You Read Lesson 4

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

  1. A desert is a very wet habitat. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. A cactus is a plant found in the desert. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  3. A desert is usually hot. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

 

After You Read Lesson 4

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

 

  1. A desert is a very wet habitat. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. A cactus is a plant found in the desert. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  3. A desert is usually hot. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

COMPLETE THE SENTENCES

Write the word that complete each sentence.

 

Cactus – camel –hot – desert

 

1-A habitat with little water is a——————————————-

  1. It can be very—————————————— in this habitat.

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  1. A ———————————– is a plan that lives in this habitat,
  2. An animal that lives in is habitat is a————————————-

 

ALIKE AND DIFFERENT    

 

  1. Write the ‘things that tell how a wetland and a desert are alike and different, has plants.

Is hot – gets sunlight – rains a lot – has plants and animals

WETLAND DESERT

 

CHAPTER:3 HOW PLANTS & ANIMALS LIVE

 

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LESSON:1

 

WHAT HELPS ANIMALS LIVE IN THEIR HABITATS?

BEFORE YOU READ LESSON:1

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words alter each sentence that tell what you think.

 

1.Fur helps a mountain goat live in a cold habitat. TRUE /NOT TRUE

  1. Antennae help a crab walk. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. Fins help a clownfish swim in water. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

AFTER YOU READ LESSON 1

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

 

  1. Fur helps a mountain goat live in a cold habitat. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. Antennae help a crab walk. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  3. Fins help a clownfish swim in water. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

COMPLETE THE SENTENCE

Write the word that completes each sentence?

 

Antennae – fins – Fur – shell

 

  1. A crab uses ——————————-to feel what is around it.
  2. To swim, a fish needs —————————————————-
  3. A goat’s ——————– helps it stay warm.
  4. A—————————————- keeps a hermit crab sole.

 

PICTURE CLUES

  1. Use picture clues to tell what body ports help the lobster

live in its habitat. Write the body ports in the circles.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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LESSON:2

HOW DO ANIMALS GET FOOD?

 

Before You Read Lesson 2

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

  1. Birds use wings to eat Food. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. Some birds eat seeds, and some birds eat meat. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  3. A lion uses its claws to catch other animals. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

After You Read Lesson 2

 

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

  1. Birds use wings to eat Food. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. Some birds eat seeds, and some birds eat meat. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  3. A lion uses its claws to catch other animals. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

COMPLETE THE SENTENCE

Write the word that completes each sentence.

 

claws – hump – chew – beak

 

  1. A bird uses a—————————————– to eat its food.
  2. When there is no food or water, a camel’s———————————————helps it live.
  3. Some animals use sharp —————————-to catch food.
  4. Many animals use teeth to ————————- by   their food.

 

ALIKE AND DIFFERENT

 

  1. Write about ways that birds and giraffes get and eat food that are alike and different.

 

Use wings – use teeth- use a long neck – use a beak

 

BIRDS GIRAFFES

 

 

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LESSON:3

WHAT CAN HELP PROTECT ANIMALS?

Before You Read Lesson 3

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

  1. Camouflage makes an animal or plant hard to see. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. Crocodiles live in the water. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  3. A kangaroo makes a loud cal when there is danger. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

After You Read Lesson 3

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

 

  1. Camouflage makes an animal or plant hard to see. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. Crocodiles live in the water. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  3. A kangaroo makes a loud cal when there is danger. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

COMPLETE THE SENTENCE

Write the word that completes each sentence.

 

hide – camouflage – ears – tail

 

 

  1. Some plants and animals use ——————————-to make them hard to see.
  2. An animal’s color con help it———————————————-
  3. A deer uses its ———————————– to tell about danger.
  4. Some animals use their —————————- to listen for sounds.

 

PREDICT

 

  1. Predict where the katydid would hide from danger.

Draw a picture of what you predict.

I KNOW I PREDICT

 

 

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LESSON:4

WHAT ARE SOME PARTS OF PLANTS?

 

Before You Read Lesson 4

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

  1. A Flower makes food For a plant. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. stem is a part of a plant. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  3. Leaves have different shapes. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

After You Read Lesson 4

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

  1. A Flower makes food For a plant. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. stem is a part of a plant. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  3. Leaves have different shapes. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

COMPLETE THE SENTENCE

Write the word that completes each sentence.

 

FLOWER – ROOT – LEAF – STEM

 

  1. A plant’s food is made in a————————————————
  2. The —————————————– helps a plant get water.
  3. A ———————————— makes seeds for the plant.
  4. A rose has thorns on its ————————————— to keep it safe.

IMPORTANT DETAILS

 

  1. Look at the picture and write three important details about it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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LESSON:5

WHAT HELPS PROTECT PLANTS?

Before You Read Lesson 5

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

  1. Spines look and feel like sharp pins. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. Stone plants hide their roots, stems, and flowers. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  3. Only animals use camouflage. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

After You Read Lesson 5

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words alter each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

  1. Spines look and feel like sharp pins. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. Stone plants hide their roots, stems, and flowers. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  3. Only animals use camouflage. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

COMPLETE THE SENTENCE

 

Write the word that completes each sentence.

 

STEMS – CAMOUFLAGE – LEAVES – SPINES

 

  1. Plants can have ——————————to them to keep

them safe.

  1. You can only see the —————————— some plants.
  2. Some plants use —————————————to stay safe.
  3. Plants can hide their ———————————–the ground.

 

ALIKE AND DIFFERENT

 

  1. Write one thing about ho e plants are alike and one thing about how they are different.

 

Alike:

 

Different:

 

 

CHAPTER:4 LIFE CYCLES

 

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LESSON:1

HOW DOES A FROG GROW?

 

BEFORE YOU READ LESSON:1

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words alter each sentence that tell what you think.

 

  1. A frog begins as a tadpole. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. A tadpole grows front and back legs. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  3. A tadpole changes into , a young frog TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

AFTER YOU READ LESSON 1

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

  1. A frog begins as a tadpole. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. A tadpole grows front and back legs. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  3. A tadpole changes into , a young frog TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

COMPLETE THE SENTENCE

 

Write the word or phrase that completes each sentence.

 

Hatches – life – cycle – grow – tadpole

 

  1. A frog ———————————————–from an egg.
  2. A baby Frog is called ——————————————–
  3. Frogs can———————————————————-
  4. The———————————-of frog shows how it changes.

 

PUT THINGS IN ORDERLY

 

  1. Draw the ports of a frog’s life cycle that are missing.

 

 

 

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LESSON:2

HOW DOES A BUTTERFLY GROW?

Before You Read Lesson 2

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

  1. A butterfly begins as an egg. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. A pupa is a caterpillar. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  3. A butterfly flies out of the pupa. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

 

After You Read Lesson 2

 

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

  1. A butterfly begins as an egg. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. A pupa is a caterpillar. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  3. A butterfly flies out of the pupa. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

COMPLETE THE SENTENCE

 

Write the word that completes each sentence.

 

pupa egg larva fl changes

 

  1. First, a butterfly is an
  2. When it hatches, a butterfly is a———————– or caterpillar.
  3. When a butterfly is in a covering, it is a———————————
  4. Inside the covering but terfly———————————————-

 

ALIKE AND DIFFERENCE

 

  1. Write how a butterfly and a caterpillar are alike and different.

 

has wings – has antennae –   has a long body

 

 

BUTTERFLY CATERPILLER

 

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LESSON:3

 

HOW DO ANIMALS GROW AND CHANGE?

 

Before You Read Lesson 3

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

  1. Young animals change shape as they grow. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. Young animals change size. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  3. Young animals will look the same as their parents. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

After You Read Lesson 3

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

 

  1. Young animals change shape as they grow. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. Young animals change size. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  3. Young animals will look the same as their parents. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

COMPLETE THE SENTENCE

 

Write the word that completes each sentence.

 

change – parents – kitten – size

 

  1. Young animals —————————————- as they grow.
  2. A baby animal is not the same ————– as an adult animal.
  3. Some young animals will look like their ——————————-
  4. A young cat is called a——————————————————

 

PREDICT

 

  1. Predict and draw what the puppy will look like when it grows up.
I KNOW I PREDICT

 

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LESSON:4

HOW DOES A DAISY GROW?

 

Before You Read Lesson 4

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

1.A seedling covers and protects a seed. TRUE /NOT TRUE

  1. A seedling grows from a seed. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. Flowers make seeds. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

After You Read Lesson 4

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

1.A seedling covers and protects a seed. TRUE /NOT TRUE

  1. A seedling grows from a seed. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. Flowers make seeds. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

COMPLETE THE SENTENCE

Write the word or phrase that completes each sentence.

 

grow – seedling – roots- seed – coat

 

  1. A plant will ———————————- from a seed.
  2. A seed has a —————————–that keep e seed safe
  3. When a plant is young it is called——————————–
  4. A seedling has———————– and a stem .

 

PUT THINGS IN ORDER

 

  1. Put the life cycle of a plant in the right order. Write “first,” “next,” or “last” under pictures.

 

 

 

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LESSON:5

HOW DO TREES GROW?

Before You Read Lesson 5

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

1.A tree grows from a seed. TRUE /NOT TRUE

  1. Pinecones make seeds. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. Cherry trees have cherries before they have flower. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

After You Read Lesson 5

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words alter each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

1.A tree grows from a seed. TRUE /NOT TRUE

  1. Pinecones make seeds. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. Cherry trees have cherries before they have flower. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

COMPLETE THE SENTENCE

Write the word that completes each sentence.

 

pinecones flowers Fruit ~ seeds

‘|. Trees grow from ———————————————————-

  1. A pine tree’s seeds grow in——————————————–
  2. A tree1can have———————————————————-
  3. Cherry trees have——————————————————–

 

PREDICT

 

  1. Predict and draw what will happen to the Flowers on the tree.
I know I predict

 

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LESSON:6

HOW DO PLANTS GROW AND CHANGE?

Before You Read Lesson 6

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

1.Young plants change as they grow. TRUE /NOT TRUE

  1. Tulips have different color patterns. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. An oak seedling and an oak tree both have big leaves. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

After You Read Lesson 6

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words alter each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

1.Young plants change as they grow. TRUE /NOT TRUE

  1. Tulips have different color patterns. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. An oak seedling and an oak tree both have big leaves. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

COMPLETE THE SENTENCE

 

Write the word that completes each sentence.

 

Stem – colors – grow – petals

 

  1. Flowers can be many different ————————————
  2. A rose’s —————————– look different than a tulip’s
  3. When an ran oak tree is a seedling, it has a thin ———————
  4. An oak tree will —————————   into a big tree.

 

ALIKE AND DIFFERENT

 

  1. Write one way the flowers are alike and one way they are different.

 

 

CHAPTER:5 FOOD CHAINS

 

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LESSON:1

HOW DO PLANTS AND ANIMALS GET FOOD?

 

BEFORE YOU READ LESSON:

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words alter each sentence that tell what you think.

 

  1. Green plants can make their own food. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. All animals eat plants. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  3. Some animals eat other animals. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

AFTER YOU READ LESSON

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

  1. Green plants can make their own food. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  2. All animals eat plants. TRUE /NOT TRUE
  3. Some animals eat other animals. TRUE /NOT TRUE

 

COMPLETE THE SENTENCE

 

Write the word that completes each sentence.

Use each word twice.

 

Oxygen – food

  1. Animals eat different kinds of———————————————
  2. A plant makes its own——————————————————.
  3. Animals use——————————-to help them live.
  4. Green leaves give off——————————when they make food.

 

DRAW CONCLUSIONS

 

  1. Write what the bird is going to do with the worm.

 

 

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LESSON:2

HOW DO LIVING THINGS GET FOOD IN A RAIN FOREST?

Before You Read Lesson 2

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

1.Plants are food for insects. TRUE / NOT TRUE

  1. Insects are food for other animals. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  2. Plants are not part of any food chain. TRUE / NOT TRUE

 

After You Read Lesson 2

 

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

1.Plants are food for insects. TRUE / NOT TRUE

  1. Insects are food for other animals. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  2. Plants are not part of any food chain. TRUE / NOT TRUE

 

COMPLETE THE SENTENCE

 

Write the word or phrase that completes each sentence,

Food chain grow food rain forest.

 

  1. A bird eating a worm is part of a ————————————–
  2. A ———————————————————- is a habitat.
  3. The plants in the habitat make —————————————–
  4. Many plants —————————————– in this habitat.

 

PREDICT

 

  1. Predict and color the plant or animal that the giraffe will eat.
GIRAFFE LIVING THINGS

 

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LESSON:3

HOW DO LIVING THINGS GET FOOD IN A MARSH?

Before You Read Lesson 3

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

  1. A food chain does not begin with plants. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  2. Animals are Food for other animals. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  3. A marsh is a wetland habitat. TRUE / NOT TRUE

 

After You Read Lesson 3

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

  1. A food chain does not begin with plants. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  2. Animals are Food for other animals. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  3. A marsh is a wetland habitat. TRUE / NOT TRUE

 

COMPLETE THE SENTENCE

Write the word or phrase that completes each sentence.

 

Eat- food chain- marsh- sunlight

 

  1. A —————————————– is Q wetland habitat.
  2. This habitat has————————————————
  3. Some animals ———————————— plants and animals.
  4. Plants use —————————————- to make food.

 

PREDICT

 

  1. Predict and write what will happen between the animals.

 

 

 

UNIT:B EARTH SCIENE

CHAPTER:6 LAND, WATER & AIR

 

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LESSON:1

WHAT MAKES UP EARTH?

 

BEFORE YOU READ LESSON:

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words alter each sentence that tell what you think.

 

1.Earth has more land than water. TRUE / NOT TRUE

  1. A plain is flat land. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  2. A cliff is steep land. TRUE / NOT TRUE

 

AFTER YOU READ LESSON

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

1.Earth has more land than water. TRUE / NOT TRUE

  1. A plain is flat land. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  2. A cliff is steep land. TRUE / NOT TRUE

 

COMPLETE THE SENTENCE

 

Write the word that completes each sentence.

 

Land – plain – cliff –   lake

 

‘I. Part of earth is made of ———————————————

  1. A—————————————–is filled with water.
  2. A ———————————— is part of Earth that is flat.
  3. A ———————————– is land that is very steep.

 

ALIKE AND DIFFERENT

 

  1. Write how a river and a lake are alike and different
RIVER LAKE

 

 

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LESSON:2

WHAT ARE ROCKS AND SOIL?

Before You Read Lesson 2

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

  1. Tiny pieces of broken rock ore called sand. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  2. Sand feels sticky and soft. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  3. Humus helps plants grow. TRUE / NOT TRUE

 

After You Read Lesson 2

 

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

  1. Tiny pieces of broken rock ore called sand. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  2. Sand feels sticky and soft. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  3. Humus helps plants grow. TRUE / NOT TRUE

 

COMPLETE THE SENTENCE

 

Write the word or phrase that completes each sentence.

 

Sand – natural – resource – humus – clay

 

‘|. A ————————is a part of Earth that living things use.

  1. Tiny pieces of rock are called———————————–
  2. Most plants cannot grow in———————————— soil.
  3. Soil may have sand, clay, and ——————————– in it.

 

IMPORTANT DETAILS

 

  1. Write two important details you learned about natural resources.

 

 

 

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LESSON:3

WHAT CHANGES LAND?

Before You Read Lesson 3

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

1.Water and ice cause weathering. TRUE / NOT TRUE

  1. Wind and water con move rocks and soil. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  2. Weathering happens quickly. TRUE / NOT TRUE

 

After You Read Lesson 3

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

 

1.Water and ice cause weathering. TRUE / NOT TRUE

  1. Wind and water con move rocks and soil. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  2. Weathering happens quickly. TRUE / NOT TRUE

 

COMPLETE THE SENTENCE

Write the word that completes each sentence.

erosion -water -weathering – plants

 

  1. Rocks change size and shape during—————————–
  2. Rocks and soil move during ———————————-
  3. Wind and ———————- can cause erosion.
  4. Roots of ———————can help keep soil in place.

 

PREDICT

  1. Predict and draw what will happen to the pile of soil.
I KNOW I PREDICT

 

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LESSON:4

HOW DO LIVING THINGS USE NATURAL RESOURCES?

 

Before You Read Lesson 4

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

  1. Only animals need clean air. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  2. People and animals use water for drinking. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  3. People get food and minerals from land. TRUE / NOT TRUE

 

After You Read Lesson 4

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

  1. Only animals need clean air. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  2. People and animals use water for drinking. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  3. People get food and minerals from land. TRUE / NOT TRUE

 

COMPLETE THE SENTENCE

 

Write the word that completes each sentence mineral air water land.

 

1.A natural resource that we breathe is————————

  1. We use —————————————— to grow food.
  2. People use ——————————————— for drinking.
  3. Gold is a———————————————————–

 

PICTURE CLUES  

  1. Use picture clues to write how water is being used in the pictures.

 

 

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LESSON:5

HOW CAN YOU REDUCE, REUSE; AND RECYCLE?

Before You Read Lesson 5

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

  1. Reduce means to use less. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  2. When you reuse, you use things more than one time. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  3. You cannot recycle a milk carton. TRUE / NOT TRUE

 

After You Read Lesson 5

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words alter each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

  1. Reduce means to use less. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  2. When you reuse, you use things more than one time. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  3. You cannot recycle a milk carton. TRUE / NOT TRUE

 

COMPLETE THE SENTENCE

Write the word that completes each sentence

 

Reduce – resources – recycle – reuse

 

  1. When you use less of something, you ——————————
  2. When you use something again, you——————————–
  3. When you take on old thing and make it new, you——————
  4. It is good to save Earth’s———————————————

 

DRAW CONCLUSIONS

  1. Write what the man in the picture is doing.

 

 

CHAPTER:7     WEATHER

 

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LESSON:1

HOW CAN YOU MEASURE WEATHER?

 

BEFORE YOU READ LESSON:

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words alter each sentence that tell what you think.

 

1.Weather is what the air is like outside. TRUE / NOT TRUE

  1. Weather may be windy or sunny. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  2. A wind vane measures how hot or cold it is. TRUE / NOT TRUE

 

AFTER YOU READ LESSON

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

1.Weather is what the air is like outside. TRUE / NOT TRUE

  1. Weather may be windy or sunny. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  2. A wind vane measures how hot or cold it is. TRUE / NOT TRUE

 

COMPLETE THE SENTENCE

Write the word that completes each sentence.

 

thermometer – sunny – weather – temperature

 

1.A—————-can tell how hot or cold it is outside

  1. Sometimes, the—————————————-   is rainy
  2. Some days are hot and —————————————————–4. A—————————is a number that tells how hot or cold something is.

PICTURE CLUES

 

  1. Use picture clues to tell what the weather is like in the picture.

 

 

 

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LESSON:2

HOW DO CLOUDS FORM?

Before You Read Lesson 2

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

  1. You can see water vapor. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  2. Fluffy clouds mean good weather. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  3. Fog is a cloud near the ground. TRUE / NOT TRUE

 

After You Read Lesson 2

 

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

  1. You can see water vapor. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  2. Fluffy clouds mean good weather. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  3. Fog is a cloud near the ground. TRUE / NOT TRUE

 

COMPLETE THE SENTENCE

Write the word or phrase that completes each sentence

 

Water – vapour – weather – clouds – rain

 

  1. A form of water in the air is called—————————–
  2. Tiny drops of water in the sky form ——————————–
  3. If you look of the sky you con tell what the———————————will be like.
  4. A gray sky means it might ——————————————

 

PREDICT

 

  1. Predict and d?»/ of will happen in the picture.
I know I predict

 

 

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LESSON:3

WHAT ARE SOME KINDS OF WET WEATHER?

Before You Read Lesson 3

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

  1. Many animals look tor shelter when it rains. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  2. Sleet tolls when it is warm. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  3. Snow falls in cold weather. TRUE / NOT TRUE

 

After You Read Lesson 3

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

 

  1. Many animals look tor shelter when it rains. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  2. Sleet tolls when it is warm. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  3. Snow falls in cold weather. TRUE / NOT TRUE

 

COMPLETE THE SENTENCE

Write the word that completes each sentence.

Shelter – snow – sleet – wet

 

  1. A rainy day is———————————————— weather.
  2. Frozen rain is———————————————————-
  3. Qntairny days animals and people want—————————–
  4. Water that freezes high in the air is———————————–

 

ALIKE AND DIFFERENT

 

  1. Write how the kinds of weather below are alike or different.
Rainy Day Sunny Day

 

 

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LESSON:4

WHAT ARE THE FOUR SEASONS?

 

Before You Read Lesson 4

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

  1. Summer comes after spring. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  2. Spring and summer are warm seasons. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  3. Fall comes alter winter. TRUE / NOT TRUE

 

After You Read Lesson 4

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

  1. Summer comes after spring. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  2. Spring and summer are warm seasons. TRUE / NOT TRUE
  3. Fall comes alter winter. TRUE / NOT TRUE

 

COMPLETE THE SENTENCE

 

Write the word that completes each sentence.

 

Spring – fall – summer – season

  1. It rains an lot in the——————————————
  2. It is very hot in the————————————————-
  3. Leaves change color in the————————————
  4. Winter is——————————,or a time of year.

 

DRAW CONCLUSIONS  

 

  1. Write what seasons are shown pictures below.

Write spring, summer, winter , fall,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

UNIT:C PHYSICAL SCIENCE

CHAPTER:8 OBSERVING MATTER

 

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LESSON:1

 

 

BEFORE YOU READ LESSON:

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words alter each sentence that tell what you think.

 

 

AFTER YOU READ LESSON

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

 

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Before You Read Lesson 2

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

After You Read Lesson 2

 

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

 

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LESSON:3

 

Before You Read Lesson 3

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

 

After You Read Lesson 3

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

 

 

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LESSON:4

 

 

Before You Read Lesson 4

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

 

After You Read Lesson 4

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

 

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LESSON:5

 

Before You Read Lesson 5

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

 

After You Read Lesson 5

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words alter each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

CHAPTER:9 MOVEMENT & SOUND

 

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LESSON:1

 

 

BEFORE YOU READ LESSON:

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words alter each sentence that tell what you think.

 

 

AFTER YOU READ LESSON

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

 

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LESSON:2

 

Before You Read Lesson 2

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

After You Read Lesson 2

 

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

 

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LESSON:3

 

Before You Read Lesson 3

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

 

After You Read Lesson 3

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

 

 

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LESSON:4

 

 

Before You Read Lesson 4

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

 

After You Read Lesson 4

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

 

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LESSON:5

 

Before You Read Lesson 5

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

 

After You Read Lesson 5

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words alter each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

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LESSON:6

 

Before You Read Lesson 6

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

 

After You Read Lesson 6

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words alter each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

 

CHAPTER:10 LEARNING ABOUT ENERGY

 

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LESSON:1

 

 

BEFORE YOU READ LESSON:

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words alter each sentence that tell what you think.

 

 

AFTER YOU READ LESSON

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

 

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LESSON:2

 

Before You Read Lesson 2

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

After You Read Lesson 2

 

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

 

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LESSON:3

 

Before You Read Lesson 3

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

 

After You Read Lesson 3

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

 

 

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LESSON:4

 

 

Before You Read Lesson 4

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

 

After You Read Lesson 4

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

 

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LESSON:5

 

Before You Read Lesson 5

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

 

After You Read Lesson 5

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words alter each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

UNIT:D SPACE & TEECHNOLOGY

CHAPTER:11 DAY AND NIGHT SKY

 

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LESSON:1

 

 

BEFORE YOU READ LESSON:

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words alter each sentence that tell what you think.

 

 

AFTER YOU READ LESSON

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

 

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LESSON:2

 

Before You Read Lesson 2

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

After You Read Lesson 2

 

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

 

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LESSON:3

 

Before You Read Lesson 3

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

 

After You Read Lesson 3

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

 

 

CHAPTER:12   SCIENCE IN OUR WORLD  

 

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LESSON:1

 

 

BEFORE YOU READ LESSON:

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words alter each sentence that tell what you think.

 

 

AFTER YOU READ LESSON

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

 

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LESSON:2

 

Before You Read Lesson 2

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

After You Read Lesson 2

 

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

 

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LESSON:3

 

Before You Read Lesson 3

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

 

After You Read Lesson 3

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

 

 

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LESSON:4

 

 

Before You Read Lesson 4

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

 

After You Read Lesson 4

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

 

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LESSON:5

 

Before You Read Lesson 5

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

 

After You Read Lesson 5

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words alter each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

 

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Before You Read Lesson 6

Read each sentence. Do you think it is true? Do you think it is not true? Circle the word or words after each sentence that tell what you think.

 

 

After You Read Lesson 6

Read each sentence again. Circle the word or words alter each sentence that tell what you think now. Did you change any answers? Put an X by each answer that you changed.

 

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