What You Get

Self-Paced Learning
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Learning about Science

  1. Asking Questions
  2. Scientists Observe
  3. Scientists Record
  4. Scientists sort Things out
  5. Scientists make Guesses
  6. Scientists carry out Experiments
  7. Scientists make Conclusions
  8. How do we find out about Things?
  9. Scientists Communicate
  10. Things Scientists Use
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Measuring Things

  1. Types of Measurements in Science
  2. Using Instruments to measure Things
  3. Measuring Length
  4. Scales
  5. Measuring Mass
  6. Measuring Time
  7. The Pendulum
  8. Special Jobs require Special Instruments
  9. Measuring Volume
  10. Measuring the Degree of Hotness
  11. Your Body Temperature
  12. Units used in Science
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States of Matter

  1. What is matter made of?
  2. Theories
  3. Particles in Solids, Liquids and Gases
  4. Change Of State
  5. Evaporation
  6. Melting Point and Boiling Point
  7. Other Effects of Heat on Substances (Matter)
  8. Compressibility
  9. Pressure
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Air

  1. Is there Anything There?
  2. Is there Air In the Soil?
  3. Is Air present in Water?
  4. Properties of Air
  5. Air and Burning
  6. What is air Made up of?
  7. The Importance of Air to Living Things
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FamIly Health

  1. The Meaning of Personal Health
  2. Levels of Health
  3. Ways of Maintaining good Heatth
  4. Exercise
  5. Effect of Exercise on Health
  6. Personal Cleanliness
  7. Cleanliness of your Hair
  8. Cleanliness of your Skin
  9. Cleanliness of your Teeth
  10. Cleanliness of Hands and Nails
  11. Cleanliness of your Clothes
  12. Advantages of observing Personal leanliness
  13. Disadvantages of not observing Personal Cleanliness
  14. Food and Health
  15. Typesof Food
  16. A balanced Diet
  17. Classifying Foods
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Energy and Materials for Communities

  1. Communities
  2. Energy for Communities
  3. Food Chains and Food Webs
  4. Materials for the Community
  5. Carbon dioxid+ (Carbon IV Oxide)
  6. Water
  7. Water Cycle
  8. Oxygen
  9. Nitrogen Compounds
  10. Photosynthesis
  11. Respiration
  12. Two Related Cycles in Nature
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Balanced EnvIronments

  1. Introduction
  2. Tropical Rain Forest Communities
  3. Tropical Savanna CommunitIes
  4. Pyramids of Numbers
  5. Energy Pyramids
  6. Balance in Nature
  7. Our disappearing Wildlife
  8. Wildlife Game Reserves
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Effect of Human ActivitIes on the Environment

  1. Introduction
  2. Farming
  3. Construction of roads and houses
  4. Use of Transportation
  5. Construction of Industries
  6. Disposal of Refuse, Sewage, Industrial Effluent and Waste
  7. Characteristics of a healthy Environment
  8. Making the Environment Clean
  9. Disposal of Refuse in the Home
  10. Disposal of Sewage
  11. Air Pollution
  12. Effects of Air Pollution
  13. Prevention of Air PolEution
  14. Prevention of Accidents
  15. Water Supply and Water Pollution
  16. Environmental Sanitation
  17. What Causes Organic matter to break down?
  18. Refuse Disposal
  19. Making a Compost Pit
  20. Sewage
  21. Safe Pit Latrines
  22. Other Methods for the disposal of Human Waste
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Disease Vectors

  1. Introduction
  2. The Mosquito
  3. Life Cycle of the Mosquito
  4. Control of the Mosquito
  5. The Housefly
  6. Life Cycle of the Housefly
  7. Control of the Housefly
  8. The Tsetse Fly
  9. Life Cycle of the Tsetse Fly
  10. Control of the Tsetse Fly
  11. Blackfliesand Bugs
  12. Life Cycle of the Aphid
  13. Control of Aphids
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PreventIng Disease

  1. Water - related Diseases
  2. Purification of Water
  3. Getting Pure Water from a Solution
  4. Distilling a Mixture of Liquids
  5. Applications of Fractional Distillation
  6. Spring Water
  7. Uses of Water
  8. Immunisation
  9. Meningitis
  10. STIs
  11. HIV-AIDS
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Living Things

  1. Observing Living Things
  2. Characteristics of Living Things
  3. Movement
  4. Feeding
  5. Respiring
  6. Growth .
  7. Responding to the Environment
  8. Reproduction
  9. Excreting Waste
  10. Characteristics of Living Things
  11. Differences Between Plants and Animals
  12. The Building Blocks of Plants and Animals
  13. Other differences between Plants and Animals
  14. Variety In Plants and Animals
  15. Single-celled Organisms
  16. Many-celled Organisms
  17. Sorting out Organisms
  18. Grouping of Organisms
  19. Classifying Animals
  20. AnimaIs with or without Backbones
  21. Classifying Plants
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Non-lIving Things

  1. Examples of non-living Things
  2. Characteristics of Metals and Non-metals
  3. Properties of Non-metals
  4. Uses of Metals and Non-metals
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The Earth In Space

  1. Night and Day
  2. The Seasons
  3. The Atmosphere
  4. Winds
  5. The Moon
  6. Shadows
  7. Eclipses
  8. Observing the Moon
  9. The Stars
  10. The Sun
  11. The Solar System
  12. Asteroids
  13. Comets and Meteors
  14. Space Shuttle
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Man In Space

  1. Introduction
  2. Gravitational Pull and Gravity
  3. Gravitational Pull and Weight
  4. Weightlessnss
  5. Space Travel
  6. The Satellite
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Energy

  1. What is Energy?
  2. Sources of Energy
  3. Forms of Energy
  4. Transfer of Energy
  5. Conduction
  6. Convection
  7. Radiation
  8. Renewable and Non-renewable Energy
  9. Advantages and disadvantages of renewable and Non-renewable Energy
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Energy Conversions

  1. Changing Potential Energy to Kinetic Energy
  2. Changing Energy from one Form to another
  3. Chemical Energy to Electrical Energy
  4. Heat Energy to Electrical Energy
  5. Heat Energy to Light Energy
  6. Mechanical Energy to Electrical to Heat Energy
  7. Electrical Energy to Mechanical to Sound Energy
  8. Appliances: Application of Energy Conversion
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Forces

  1. Feeling Forces
  2. Types of Forces
  3. Balanced and unbalanced Forces
  4. Friction
  5. Friction In Use
  6. Gravitational Forces
  7. Magnetic Forces
  8. Electrical Forces
  9. Unit of Force
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