Revise for Cambridge Science Primary Checkpoint: Science Study Guide

By Peter D. Riley
April 2013
Hodder Education
Distributed by Trans-Atlantic Publications
ISBN: 9781444178302
96 pages, Illustrated
$27.50 Paper original


Boost learner confidence ahead of the Cambridge Primary Checkpoint tests with invaluable support and practical, ready-to-use revision activities.

This Study Guide supports revision in preparation for the Cambridge Primary Checkpoint test at the end of Stage 6. It contains revision activities for all the strands of the Cambridge Primary Science curriculum: Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Scientific enquiry. It can be used independently for homework or additional practice, or alongside the Teacher's Guide in the classroom.

·        Includes helpful revision tips, key facts and engaging questions, and fun challenge activities for those working towards high-end scores

·        Boosts learners' confidence prior to taking the Cambridge Primary Checkpoint test with review tests to check progress and a useful glossary of scientific vocabulary

·        The scientific enquiry sections help develop skills in investigating, recording and evaluating evidence

We are working with Cambridge International Examinations to gain endorsement for this series.

Table of Contents: 
Ways to use this book
Tips for revision
Life processes
Classifying living things
Parts of a flowering plant
Plant reproduction
Life cycle of flowering plants
Plant growth
Plant experiments
Food chains
Ways humans have affected the environment
Caring for the environment
Major organs of the body
Bones and muscles
Keeping healthy
How much can you remember? 1
Testing materials
Solids, liquids and gases
Heating and cooling
Evaporation and condensation
Explaining changes of state
Mixing and dissolving
Bar charts and line graphs
Separating mixtures
Reversible and irreversible changes
How much can you remember? 2
Mass, weight, energy and movement
Friction and air resistance
The spinning Earth
The Earth in its orbit
The way we see things
Sound and materials
Musical instruments
Circuits of electricity
Investigating electricity
How much can you remember? 3



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