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1 Read and identify the biomes.


(a) This biome has hot summers and cold winters. There is between 750 and
1,500 mm of rain each year. Some typical flora includes deciduous trees,
shrubs and mosses. Animals that live here include deer, squirrels and foxes.

biome.

(b) This biome has very cold winters and cool summers. There is between 150
and 250 mm of rain each year. Lichen, moss and some grasses can grow here
and some typical fauna includes migratory birds and Arctic foxes.

biome.

2 Match to make true sentences about ecosystems.


(a) A biome is

the organisms in one area that belong to


the same species.

(b) An ecosystem is

a large area where plants and animals


live together.

(c) A population is

the interaction between all the living and


non-living things in an area.

(d) A community is when different populations interact with


each other.

3 Write about the organisms that make up the food chain.


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Wheat is a producer. Producers make their own


food. Plants are producers.

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4 Answer the question about reproduction.


What is the difference between sexual and asexual reproduction in animals?

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5 Match to make true sentences about asexual reproduction.
(a) Sponges reproduce by

splitting.

(b) Some starfish reproduce by

budding.

6 Complete the sentences and write Male reproductive system or


Female reproductive system.

fallopian tubes connect the ovaries to the uterus.


Female reproductive system

(a) The

(b) The vulva covers the


(c) The

produce sex cells called sperm.


(d) The

is a tube in the penis.

7 Order the sentences about fertilisation and pregnancy.


(a) The foetus grows and develops.
(b) An ovum and a sperm join together to form a zygote.

(c) An amniotic sac develops around the embryo.


(d) The baby is ready to be born.
(e) The zygote becomes an embryo.
(f ) The placenta forms.
(g) The zygote travels through the fallopian tube to the uterus.

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8 Complete the texts about bones.


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These are

short

bones.

They are found in our

They provide

These are the

They are

bones.

They protect

This is the

It is a

bone.

It is used for

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9 Answer the question.
What do we call the tissues that connect muscles to bones?

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10 Identify the states of matter.
a

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11 Look and answer the questions about heat conduction.

(a) How is the heat transferred?


The heat is transferred by conduction.

(b) Which is the hottest part of the pan, a or b ?


(c) Why?
(d) Which is the coolest part of the pan, a or b ?
(e) Why?

12 Circle the correct definition.


Refraction is
(a) when light hits an object and some of it is reflected.
(b) when light hits an opaque object and a shadow forms on the
other side.
(c) when light travelling through a transparent substance bends
because it hits another transparent substance with a
different density.

13 Read these sentences about light and circle true or false.


(a) When light passes through translucent materials,
the rays are dispersed.

True / False

(b) Light cant pass through opaque materials.

True / False

(c) The image that you see through a transparent object


is not very clear.

True / False

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