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.
Identify the different parts of plants and state their functions.
  • leaf
  • stem
  • root
  • Parts of plant
  • McGraw-Hill G1 (Strawberry Plant)
  • Harcourt G2 (misnamed as "Parts of a flower")
  • NGfL KS2 (with Microsoft Word worksheets)

    Plant Detective
  • Identify the parts of the plant transport system and describe their functions. Sugar Transport in Plants
    A plantís vascular system (FOSSweb)
    How Materials Move Through a Plant - Part 1 | Part 2
    Identify the organ systems in human (digestive, respiratory, circulatory, skeletal and muscular).
    Identify the organs in the HUMAN DIGESTIVE SYSTEM and describe their functions. Circulatory and digestive system (NGfL KS3, Quiz)
    Recognise that air is a mixture of gases such as nitrogen, carbon dioxide, oxygen and water vapour. Air (ppt with experiments)
    Identify the organs of the HUMAN RESPIRATORY and CIRCULATORY SYSTEMS and describe their functions. BrainPOP Movie at Glencoe Online - Circulatory System Circulation & Respiration (McGraw-Hill G4/5)
    Recognise the integration of the different systems (digestive, respiratory and circulatory) in carrying out life processes. Human Physiology (especially pages 1-6)
    Show an understanding that a cell is a basic unit of life.
    Identify the different parts of a typical plant cell and animal cell and relate the parts to the functions.
    cell wall, cell membrane, cytoplasm, nucleus & chloroplasts
  • parts of animal cell:
    cell membrane, cytoplasm, nucleus
  • BrainPOP Movie at Glencoe Online - Animal Cell Structures
    Harcourt G5 - Comparing Plant & Animal Cells
    BBC KS3 - Animal cells & plant cells
    Recognise that an electric circuit consisting of an energy source (battery) and other circuit components (wire, bulb, switch) forms an electrical system. FAQs about electricity

    Blobz Guide to Electric Circuits
    (1) What makes circuits work? (2) Conductors & insulators (3) All about switches (4) Changing circuits (5) Circuit diagrams

    Harcourt G2 - Electric Circuit
    Harcourt G3 - How a Battery Works
    McGraw-Hill G4 - How a Generator Works
    BBC KS3 - Electric current & circuits
    BBC Schools - Annie's Circuit Builder (Game)
    Show an understanding that a current can only flow through a closed circuit. Engineering Interact
  • Simple Circuits
  • Building Circuits
  • Circuit Experiments
    Note: Click the green"Next" button ONLY when it is flashing

    McGraw-Hill G4/5 - Parallel Circuit
    Houghton Mifflin G5 - Kinds of Circuits
  • Identify electrical conductors and insulators. Circuits and conductors (BBC KS2) - Activity | Revision Conductors & Insulators | Activity
    Who Can Resist? (Game)
    Recognise that good conductors of electricity are generally good conductors of heat.
    Resources compiled in July 2008 by Alan S.L. Wong
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