PRIMARY SCIENCE SYLLABUS:    Diversity  |  CYCLES  |  Systems  |  Interactions  |  Energy
This is my attempt to match the 2008 Primary Science syllabus of the Ministry of Education, Singapore with online resources
... internal links (+ similar and/or complementary resources) are in the left column and external links on the right.
Show an understanding that different organisms have different life cycles.
  • Plants - Grown from SEEDS | BULBS

  • Plant life cycles (NGfL KS2)
    Life cycles & food webs (NGfL KS2, ppt & doc resources)

  • G1 - Life Cycle of a Bean Plant
  • G3 - Flowering Plants & Conifers
  • G5 - Fern Life Cycle (reproduction by spores)

    Plants-In-Motion (time-lapsed QT movies)

    BrainPOP Movies at Glencoe Online
  • Seed Plants (gymnosperm vs angiosperm)
  • Plant Growth
  • Metamorphosis

    Butterfly & Moth Life Cycle
    Chicken Embryology
    Stages of Life (FOSSweb) - abalone, lady bug, brine shrimp, butterfly, coconut, fern, mosquito & snake

  • Show an understanding that living things reproduce to ensure continuity of their kind and that many characteristics of an organism are passed on from parents to offspring. BBC KS3 - Inherited & environmental causes of variation
    Recognise the processes in the sexual reproduction of flowering plants.
  • pollination
  • fertilisation (seed production)
  • germination
  • Life cycle of a flowering plant
  • BBC KS2 - Activity | Revision
  • NGfL KS2 - Activities (including "Parts of a flower")

    What is Pollination? (Lesson Plan)
    Parts of a flower + Pollination process
  • Recognise the process of fertilisation in the sexual reproduction of humans. BrainPOP Movie at Glencoe Online - Fertilization & Birth

    BBC KS3
  • Male reproductive system
  • Female reproductive system
  • Fertilisation & development of the foetus
  • Recognise the similarity in terms of fertilisation in the sexual reproduction of flowering plants and humans. Harcourt G5 - What all flowers have in common (with photos)

    NGfL KS2 - Plant reproduction
  • Role of male & female parts of flower in pollination
  • How pollination takes place + seed dispersal

    Sexual reproduction in plants

    State that matter is anything that has mass and occupies space. Properties of Matter (Song)
    DIFFERENTIATE between the three states of matter (solid, liquid, gas) in terms of shape and volume. Gases, liquids & solids (BBC KS2) - Activity | Revision
    Houghton Mifflin G5 - Change State Examples
    Classify materials (NGfL KS3)
    Recognise that water can exist in three interchangeable states of matter. Harcourt G4 - Effect of Heat on Water
    3 states of water - Info Sheet | Activity Sheet
    Show an understanding of how water changes from one state to another.
  • Melting (solid to liquid)
  • EVAPORATION / BOILING (liquid to gas)
  • Condensation (gas to liquid)
  • Freezing (liquid to solid)
  • Changing State
  • BBC KS2 - Activity | Revision
  • BBC KS3 - Revision | Activity | Printable
  • Show an understanding of the terms melting point of ice (or freezing point of water) and boiling point of water. BBC KS3 - Melting & boiling points
    Recognise the importance of the WATER CYCLE. Water Goes Around (Activity)
    Recognise the importance of water to life processes. Life Processes & Water (Lesson Plan)
    Describe the impact of water pollution on Earth’s water resources. Water Pollution for Kids
    Pollution in Your Water (Teacher's Guide)
    Harcourt G5 - Groundwater Pollution
    Show an understanding of the roles of evaporation and condensation in the water cycle. Harcourt G4 - Evaporation & Condensation
    Water Cycle (Learning Object)
    Resources compiled in July 2008 by Alan S.L. Wong
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