Group 6 Science | Sreeja


Life on earth

  • Living and nonliving things - Able to differentiate them.
  • Characteristics of living things - Understand the different characteristics such as growth, response to stimulus, adaptation, reproduction etc.

Animal Life

  • Habitats of animals - Understand what a habitat is and identify different habitats.
  • Animals’ bodies have different kinds of covering - Identifying different body coverings of different animals and discuss about the advantages of them.
  • Adaptation (recap) - Understand and discuss the different adaptations of animals in different habitats.
  • Classification of animals - Classify animals into their different feeding habits.
  • Animals breathe (both in the micro and macro world)- Understand briefly, the different breathing organs in different animals such as lungs, gills, cell membrane, skin etc
  • Animal movement (micro and macro world) - Understand briefly, the different locomotory organs such as legs, wings, fins, body scales,cilia etc


  • Model of cells
  • Basic structure
  • Organelles and functions


Measurement of length, area, volume

  • Real life measurements
  • Estimation, approximation
  • Measurement of mass, time (measurement, introduction of units)
  • Measurement of Temperature

Introducing chemistry lab

  • The chemistry laboratory - Understanding the working of a chemistry lab such as familiarisation with apparatus, safety measures, importance of conducting experiments etc.


Changes in the world around us

  • Understand causes and effects of changes
  • Able to classify changes
  • Material changes- Types of changes: Physical and chemical changes, Reversible and irreversible changes
  • Identify characteristics of physical and chemical changes
  • Understand the energy transfers involved in changes and identifying them. ( Eg; cooking, burning, growing etc)

Light and shadows

  • Pinhole camera
  • Eclipses
  • Stars, constellations, galaxies: Light from them


Our Body

  • Overview of skeletal system, respiratory, circulatory, nervous systems
  • Understanding their functions based on simple working model
  • Understanding their relative positions in our body
  • Digestive system
  • Excretory system
  • Food and its components (nutrients and its functions, Recap/ Recall by conducting quiz)

October, November and December

Solids, liquids and gases

  • Classifying different objects into solids, liquids and gases
  • Change of states using simple activities
  • States of water - Understand the interchangeability of states of water.
  • The water cycle - Understand and appreciate the importance of water cycle.

Rocks, minerals and fossil fuels

  • Collecting different rock samples and naming them. Identifying their physical features.
  • Identifying different types of stone buildings.
  • Try identifying useful minerals such as gemstones and ores in different rocks
  • Types of rocks - Understand the formation different types of rocks and their characteristics.
  • Weathering of rocks - Identifying and understand different agents and factors causing erosion
  • Fossil fuels - Understand the formation of petroleum, coal and natural gas
  • Renewable and non -renewable sources of energy - Able to identify renewable and non-renewable sources of energy


Natural phenomena

  • Tidal waves
  • Volcanoes
  • Earthquakes
  • Tsunamis

Safety and first aid

  • Safety at home
  • Safety from fire
  • First aid (for burns, for fractures, for snakebite)


Simple machines

Work is done when a force is used to move something - Understand energy is the ability to do work.

Force, work and energy: How they are connected with one another.

  • Understand and appreciate the uses of machines
  • Understand the working of simple machines, identify them in day to day life and able to classify them into respective categories.


Our environment (Project based learning, Introducing PPT presentation working with seniors and learning.)

  • Air pollution
  • Water pollution
  • Land pollution
  • Noise pollution
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