Cambridge Primary Science Learner's Book 5 with Digital Access (1 Year)
Author/s: Fiona Baxter, Liz Dilley
Format: Print/online bundle
From discovering how plants are pollinated, to learning about gravity, Cambridge Primary Science gets your learners thinking like scientists!
Packed with opportunities to plan experiments, make predictions and gather results, the series helps your learners think and work scientifically.
Each unit ends with a project, like making a model garden, that helps students bring together what they have learnt, and understand how the topics relate to the real world.
With vocabulary boxes, clear diagrams and supporting illustrations, the course makes science accessible for learners with English as a second language.
Gets learners thinking and talking about what they already know with ‘Getting Started’ boxes at the start of each topic
Helps learners think and work scientifically with practical tasks in the ‘Think like a scientist’ feature
Topics throughout the series support the earth and space strand of the curriculum framework
Helps students reflect on what they have learnt with ‘Reflection’ and ‘Look what I can do’ sections at the end of each topic
Answers for all activities can be found in the accompanying teacher’s resource
Downloadable tests, with answers, provide ready-made assessment opportunities
1. Life cycles of flowering plants
3. States and properties of matter
4. The digestive system
5. Forces and magnetism
6. Seasons and adaptations of plants and animals.