This book is organized into four units-Life, Physical, Earth, and Human Body sciences.
Topics broadly covered in this book are life science, earth science, physical science motion, work, and machines.
General science textbook.
This book deals with lessons on Cells and Inheriting Traits.
This book covers science in three units: life science, earth science and physical science.
Science textbook for 2nd graders in Tennessee.
The Texas edition of this science text book for Grade 2 contains unit lessons on Watering Earth Planets, Clues from the past, Changes all around, Watch it move, Rocky Homes, Human Body: Heart and Lungs, and also Your Text Book at a Glance, National Geographic invitation to Science, Be a Scientist and Texas Topics.
Scientists study books and articles to find out facts. They also ask questions. They always try to test their ideas for themselves.
Scientists are curious about the world around them. This curiosity causes them to ask questions about things they don't understand. Sometimes they question the explanations accepted by others.
The branch of science that deals with "what's up there" is astronomy. Astronomy is the study of the universe. The universe is everything that exists--Earth and all the things in space. The contents of space include the planets, stars, and galaxies.
This book covers everything about matter and energy e.g. their properties, what affects them etc.
This Unit C textbook contains lessons on Rocks and Minerals; and Air, Water, and Energy.
This Unit F on Physical Science--Motion and Energy-- contains Newton's Laws of Motion, Sound Energy and Light Energy.
Science text: Ohio Edition, Grade 4
An introductory science text.
The text contains lessons on: Life Science: Living things need Energy, Living things and their Environment. Earth Science: Rocks and Minerals, Slow changes on Earth, Fast changes on Earth and Physical Science: Electricity, Magnetism.
Begin each topic with an Explore question. Then try an Explore Activity Read the Science Magazines. National Geographic World of Science is the first magazine in each unit. Answer fun questions about real-world facts Have fun solving Problems and Puzzles. Write in the Science Journal about what you learn Build your skills with Skill Builders. Use the Handbook for help.
Topics broadly covered in these book include: plants, animals, habitats, weather, earth, space, matter, forces, motion and energy.
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