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
Endorsed by Cambridge Assessment International Education.
Caroline Wood has been a Science teacher, Head of Science and tutor and is an examiner for various major UK and international awarding bodies. Peter D. Riley is a full-time author and has written over 200 books for primary and secondary Science.
About this Study Guide Biology Life processes Senses Classifying living things Parts of a flowering plant Plant reproduction Life cycle of flowering plants Plant growth Plant experiments Habitats Food chains Ways humans have affected the environment Caring for the environment Major organs of the body Bones and muscles Food Keeping healthy How much can you remember? Test 1 Chemistry Materials Testing materials Rocks 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? Test 2 Physics Forces Mass, weight, energy and movement Friction and air resistance Magnets The spinning Earth The Earth in its orbit The way we see things Shadows Sound Sound and materials Musical instruments Circuits of electricity Investigating electricity How much can you remember? Test 3 Glossary