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Week 6 Science Lessons: Forms of Energy (4th Grade)

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I am so excited to get these lesson plans rolling! Each week of your school year can now be stress free because I am going to be sharing my lesson plans with you for free every week!! This will be for elementary science grades 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th since those are the grades I have curriculum for. I don’t want you to miss out on a single free lesson plan, so make sure you sign up right now to get these sent straight to your inbox!!

This week we will continue on our concept standards for 4th grade Science! The physical science standards are what schools typically cover first, but you can check out my elementary science scope and sequence to see which weeks line up with your school’s scope. Here is your stress-free lesson plan for the week.

Standards Covered:

4.6(A)  differentiate among forms of energy, including mechanical, sound, electrical, light, and heat/thermal;

Introductory lesson for 4-PS3 standards.

Guiding Question:

How do we use the forms of energy?

The Lesson:

And now, for all the fun and engaging learning! Click the image to grab your printable lesson plans for the week. Click any image in the post to grab the whole lesson set that’s ready to print and teach.

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To make my life easier, I plan each each week with the same structure. Students like the routine and it helps them know what to expect for each day of the week.

To make my life easier, I plan each each with the same structure. Students like the routine and it helps them know what to expect for each day of the week.

Each day of the week, students will walk in and get to work on their KWL. Each Monday, you will complete the first 2 columns. This will get students thinking about the topic and activate their schema. You will also be able to see some misconceptions they may have. Every other day this week students will add to their “Learned” column to record what they have learned so far. You can also let them add to the “Wonder” column through the week if they have new ideas that pop up.

Word Wall Builder

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Before moving into the lesson, complete column one of the Word Wall Builder Chart. This is a way to get vocabulary on their mind and to help students identify their own misconceptions as they learn more through the week. Word Wall Builder Charts are my favorite way to make your word wall more interactive and useful. I always provide printable versions for students to record their own answers, plus a class version to post in the room through the week. You can see below that I use sticky notes to make my chart paper reusable each week.

Day one: Introduce the word wall (or key terms) for the week. Ask students what they think the words mean and let them know they will find out the real definitions this week! Create a chart on the board to record the word wall activities for the week.

Day two: Complete the second column of the word wall builder as a class. Ask students to give their new definitions of the word wall words based on what they read today.

Day three: Complete the last columns of the word wall builder as a class. Write the actual definitions of the word wall words and a have the students help you illustrate each word.

Have students record the word wall chart for the week into a word wall journal. They can record this on notebook paper, in their science notebook, or you can print the Word Wall Chart handout for them.

Add the key words from your reading to your classroom word wall, however you display your word wall.

A printable copy of a Word Wall Builder Chart is provided on the next page.

*You can use the four key terms, or use other words you would like to cover.

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•Pre-learning: Energy Scavenger Hunt Bingo

•Informational Text with Context Clues and graphic organizer

•Optional: Introduce Project

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•Input: Summary Writing using key terms

•Input: Anchor Chart as a class and in Interactive Science Notebook

•Vocabulary Matching (2 terms)

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•Forms of Energy Investigation Stations

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•Output: Interactive Science Notebook Activity

•Output: Analyzing Data Activity

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•Vocabulary Pages

•Formative Assessment: Claim, Evidence, Reasoning Activity

If you have time left over any day of the week, you can play a couple of my favorite review games that prep students for state testing later on. Science Says and Diagram Draws are a fun way to make science words and science diagrams stick throughout the year. I love to play Science Says anytime we have extra time in class or my students just need a brain break.

You made it! The weekend is near!!

I hope this gives you some good ideas for a whole week of learning. My goal is to provide you with engaging lessons that are ready to go each week so you can spend far less time planning and prepping, and far more time spoiling yourself **because you deserve it!** Enjoy your weekend!!

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Lesson What Is Energy?

Grade Level: 4 (3-5)

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We use energy in all its forms almost every day. Engineers study these forms of energy to help create things that make our lives easier. Currently, engineers are looking for better ways to produce electricity to keep energy affordable and less destructive to the environment. They are also investigating alternative fuel sources for use in vehicles, such as biofuels from algae and hydrogen from water.

After this lesson, students should be able to:

  • Define energy and identify the different types that exist.
  • Define potential and kinetic energy.
  • Relate specific energy types to different engineering projects.
  • Describe the role of engineering in finding and testing various energy sources for electricity production.

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You cannot always see energy, touch it or hold it in your hand, but energy is everywhere.

Energy is the ability to do work, to make things happen and to cause changes. Energy cannot be made or destroyed; it can only be changed into different forms. Can you name a form of energy? (Examples: Light, heat, electricity, sound.) From where do you think we get electricity? (Possible answers: Power plant, the outlet in the wall, food.) Can you think of an example in which energy is changed from one form to another? How about a light bulb? We turn it on by plugging it into the wall. What happens when you leave a light bulb on for a while? It gets hot! Well, that is an example of electrical energy changing into heat energy from the vibration of the filament, as well as producing light!

Now, let's think about a gas-fueled electricity plant. A power plant produces electricity by changing the chemical energy in fuel into electrical energy . First, gas is burned within the plant, converting its chemical energy into heat. Next, the heat turns water into steam, which moves a turbine motor or generator. Finally, the generator produces electricity.

This steam-based technology was first discovered in the early 1700s when engineers began to figure out ways to use the energy in steam released by boiling water. They developed engines that converted steam energy into mechanical energy for use in farm and factory machinery, and later for trains and cars. Historians often cite the development of the steam engine as the start of a period in modern history called the industrial revolution.

We classify energy in two ways. First is potential energy , which is the amount of energy something has stored inside it. Anything can have potential energy. A battery has potential energy stored by a difference in ionic concentration; even you have potential energy, as you sit in your chair. How much potential energy you have depends on a few things, including how high up you are and how big you are. Next is kinetic energy. Kinetic energy is the energy of an object in motion. Anything that is moving has kinetic energy. Mechanical objects, such as a clock or a person on a skateboard, have kinetic energy, but so do light, sound, wind and water. Can you see examples of energy around the classroom? Well, today we are going to find some of these examples and learn about how engineers work with different types of energy.

Write the following phrases on the board and discuss with the class.

What is energy?

  • The ability to do work or cause change.
  • Work is the application of a force through a distance. (Ask students for examples, such as moving a box across the room, sweeping, etc.)

Force can put matter into motion or stop it if it is already moving.

Motion is a change in position of an object with time.

  • To do work, energy is needed.

From where does energy come?

  • Natural energy sources: food, water, plants, trees, gravity, sun, fossil fuels, uranium, plutonium
  • Ways that humans have harnessed or converted natural energy sources: hydroelectric dams, coal/oil power plants, nuclear power plants, wind turbines, solar panels, etc.

What are different types of energy? (See the Vocabulary/Definitions section.)

  • Kinetic energy: electrical, light, thermal, solar, sound, wind, hydro
  • Potential energy: chemical, mechanical, nuclear, gravitational

How do we use energy?

  • To break down and digest food (in our bodies)
  • To heat houses and other buildings
  • To illuminate lights
  • To power televisions, phones, games, cars
  • To run computers and appliances

Lesson Background and Concepts for Teachers

Energy takes many forms. Thermal energy (or heat) boils water, keeps us warm and drives engines. Chemical energy fuels automobiles and airplanes. Electrical energy drives many small machines and keeps lights glowing. Almost every form of energy can be converted into other forms. But whatever form it is in, energy is essentially the capacity for making something happen or, as engineers and scientists say, "doing work."

A graphic illustrates how plants turn the sun's light energy into chemical energy. When the plants die they are compressed into fossil fuels such as coal and oil, which are burned in power plants to create electricity.

Nearly all our energy comes to us ultimately from the sun (see Figure 1). We get some energy directly via passive solar lighting and heating, or solar power cells. However, most energy comes indirectly via burning fossil fuels (coal, oil and gas), which received their energy from fossilized plants and other organisms. The plants and organisms originally obtained their energy directly from the sun by a process called photosynthesis. Some of these sources of energy are renewable and others nonrenewable or limited in their available quantity.

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Today we started learning about energy and engineering. Can you define and describe the word "energy?" What types of energy can you see, feel or hear? (Possible answers: Heat, light, sound, movement.) Why would an engineer care about energy? (Answer: Engineers develop products that use energy. Engineers help develop ways to store energy for our use.)

Assign students the  Energy Vocabulary Quiz to gauge their mastery in understanding the uses of energy in their surroundings and the fundamental types of energy.

biomass energy: An energy resource derived from organic matter. Many people use biomass energy to heat their homes; they burn wood. Many agricultural crops are also biomass. For instance, corn can be fermented to produce ethanol that is burned as a liquid fuel. Wood is a renewable energy source as long as cut trees are replaced immediately.

chemical energy: The energy stored on the chemical bonds of molecules that it released during a chemical reaction. Chemical energy holds molecules together and keeps them from moving apart. For example, a car engine uses chemical energy stored in gasoline, and moving people use chemical energy from food.

electrical energy: Electrical energy exists when charged particles attract or repel each other. Television sets, computers and refrigerators use electrical energy.

energy: The ability to do work.

kinetic energy: The energy of motion. For example, a spinning top, a falling object and a rolling ball all have kinetic energy. The motion, if resisted by a force, does work. Wind and water both have kinetic energy.

light energy: Visible light energy, such as from a light bulb or fireflies or stars, is just one form of electromagnetic energy. Others forms include infrared and ultraviolet light.

mechanical energy: Mechanical energy is energy that can be used to do work. It is the sum of an object's kinetic and potential energy.

nonrenewable energy: Energy from sources that are used faster than they can be created. Sources include oil (petroleum), natural gas, coal and uranium (nuclear).

nuclear energy: Nuclear energy is the energy found inside the nucleus of atoms and can only be released when atoms are split. Some power companies that supply homes, schools and buildings with electricity use nuclear energy to generate electricity.

potential energy: Potential energy is the energy stored by an object as a result of its position. A roller coaster at the top of a hill has potential energy.

renewable energy: Energy that is made from sources that can be regenerated. Sources include solar, wind, geothermal, biomass, ocean and hydro (water).

sound energy: Audible energy that is released when you talk, play musical instruments or slam a door.

thermal energy: Heat energy produced when the molecules of a substance vibrate. The more heat a substance has, the more rapid the vibration of its molecules. Heat energy flows from places of higher temperature to places of lower temperature.

Pre-Lesson Assessment

Discussion: Ask students the following questions:

  • What is energy? (Possible answers: The ability to do work or cause change and the capacity for vigorous activity. Work is the application of a force through a distance [ask for examples]. Force can put matter into motion or stop it if it is already moving. Motion is a change in position of an object with time. To do work, energy is needed.)
  • From where does energy come? (Answers: Power plants, people, food, light, windmills, turbines, fires, etc.)
  • What are different types of energy? (Answers: Chemical, thermal, mechanical, potential, kinetic, solar, sound, nuclear, etc. [see the Vocabulary / Definitions section].)
  • How do we use energy? (Possible answers: Our bodies use energy to break down and digest food. We use energy to heat houses and buildings, to turn on lights, to power televisions, radios, cars, computers, appliances, etc. Sound energy is used in communication and to find fish in the ocean!)

Post-Introduction Assessment

Take-Home Definitions: Ask students to ask several members of their families for definitions of a specific energy form, and then look up the definition in the dictionary. Have them write down comparisons of these definitions and a reason why each might be different. Share these explanations with the class.

Lesson Summary Assessment

Energy Identifier: Bring to class examples or images of the following objects. Have students identify the type of energy that is related to each item and the energy transfer that occurs. You could set up stations around the room or turn it into a game in which the students earn points for each type of energy correctly identified.

  • Fan (Answer: Uses electrical energy; produces kinetic energy.)
  • Battery (Answer: Stores chemical energy.)
  • Banana (Answer: A source of chemical energy.)
  • Flashlight (Answer: Uses chemical energy; produces light energy.)
  • Radio (Answer: Uses electrical energy; produces sound energy.)
  • Guitar (Answer: Uses chemical energy from a person [energy from the food they eat]; produces sound energy.)
  • Candle (Answer: Uses chemical energy; produces light and thermal energy.)
  • Waterfall (Answer: The water has potential energy at the top of the falls and kinetic energy at the bottom of the falls.)

Vocabulary Review: Administer the  Energy Vocabulary Quiz to gauge students' understanding of the ways energy is used in their surroundings and the fundamental energy types.

Lesson Extension Activities

Have students research the source of your local utility company's electricity. Is it coal, natural gas, hydro, nuclear, wind or some combination? Many local utility companies provide detailed websites and extensive K-12 outreach programs for schools. A representative may even come to your classroom or lead a field trip.

For students with high reading comprehension, use the  Energy Vocabulary Worksheet to reinforce their understanding of the material.

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Students learn and discuss the advantages and disadvantages of renewable and non-renewable energy sources. They also learn about our nation's electric power grid and what it means for a residential home to be "off the grid."

preview of 'Off the Grid' Lesson

In this lesson, students are introduced to the five types of renewable energy resources by engaging in various activities to help them understand the transformation of energy (solar, water and wind) into electricity. Students explore the different roles engineers who work in renewable energy fields ...

preview of 'Renewable Energy' Lesson

This lesson provides students with an overview of the electric power industry in the United States. Students also become familiar with the environmental impacts associated with a variety of energy sources.

preview of 'Powering the U.S.' Lesson

Students learn how the sun can be used for energy. They learn about passive solar heating, lighting and cooking, and active solar engineering technologies (such as photovoltaic arrays and concentrating mirrors) that generate electricity.

preview of 'Let the Sun Shine!' Lesson

Consumer Energy Center, California Energy Commission. Accessed September 14, 2005. (information on energy efficiency, alternative fuel vehicles, renewable energy) http://www.consumerenergycenter.org/index.html

Energy Kid's Page. Energy Information Administration, U.S. Department of Energy. Accessed September 14, 2005. ( energy facts, fun & games, energy history, classroom activities) http://www.eia.doe.gov/kids/

Energy Quest: Kid's Page. Updated 2004. California Energy Commission. Accessed September 14, 2005. (Fun, interactive website for kids and teachers) http://www.energyquest.ca.gov/index.html

Graham, I., Taylor, B, Farndon, J. and Oxlade, C. Science Encyclopedia , 1999, pp. 78-90.

Science Projects . Updated March 14, 2005. Energy Quest: Kid's Page, California Energy Commission. Accessed September 14, 2005. (science projects and energy activities for K-12 students) http://www.energyquest.ca.gov/projects/index.html

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The contents of this digital library curriculum were developed under grants from the Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE), U.S. Department of Education and National Science Foundation GK-12 (grant no. DGE 0338326). However, these contents do not necessarily represent the policies of the Department of Education or National Science Foundation, and you should not assume endorsement by the federal government.

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Force, Work, and Energy Worksheets Class 4

Force, work, and energy are three fundamental concepts in science that play a crucial role in understanding how the world around us works.

These concepts describe the interactions between objects and the energy required to move them.

Our interactive and comprehensive Force, Work, and Energy Worksheets for Class 4 Students will help them to master the topic in the easiest way.

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Why Understanding Force, Work and Energy is Crucial for Class 4 Students

As a class 4 student, you may wonder why you need to learn about force, work, and energy . After all, these concepts may seem complex and difficult to grasp.

However, understanding these fundamental principles of physics is crucial not only for your academic success but also for your future.

Force, work, and energy are all around us , and a basic understanding of these concepts can help you make sense of the world you live in.

From the simple act of picking up a pencil to the complex mechanics of a rollercoaster, force, work, and energy play a vital role in everything we do.

By learning about these concepts, you can develop a deeper appreciation for the world around you and gain the skills you need to succeed in science and beyond.

So, let’s dive into the exciting world of force, work, and energy and discover its importance in our life.

What is Force, Work, and Energy?

Force, work, and energy are three core concepts in physics.

Force is the push or pull on an object that causes it to move, change its direction, or change its shape. Forces can be exerted by any object on another object, and they can be measured in units called Newtons (N).

Work is done when a force is exerted on an object and the object moves in the direction of the force. Work is essentially the energy required to move an object, and it is measured in units called joules (J).

Energy is the ability to do work. It is present in all objects and can be transferred from one object to another through various processes. Energy is also measured in joules (J).

What force can do?

Forces can be applied by any object on any another object. Force can do many things in the physical world.

  • Force can move the object
  • Force can stop the moving object
  • Force can change the direction of the moving object
  • Force can change the speed of the moving object

What are different type of Forces?

There are various types of forces that can act on objects in the physical world.

Most common types of forces are Gravitational force, Muscular force, Mechanical force, Elastic force, Frictional force and Magnetic force.

What is Gravitational force?

Gravitational force is a natural phenomenon that attracts objects towards one another. The force exerted by the Earth, which attracts all things towards its centre, is known as gravitational force or simply gravity.

To understand this, consider throwing a ball into the air. As you carefully observe its motion, you will notice that the ball gradually slows down, comes to a halt, and eventually fall back on the earth. Why doesn’t it keep going indefinitely? This is due to the gravitational force at play, which pulls everything downwards. This is the force that allows us to remain stable when standing on the Earth’s surface. Without gravity, we would all be floating in the air.

What are Simple Machines?

Simple machines are tools that make work easier by changing the direction or amount of force needed to perform a task.

Various types of simple machines are: Lever, Pulley, Wheel and Axle, Inclined Plane, Wedge and Screw.

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What is Energy and its sources?

Energy is the ability to do work. It is present in all objects and can be transferred from one object to another through various processes.

There are many different types of energy, including kinetic energy, potential energy, and thermal energy.

Some sources of energy are Sun, Wind, Water, Fuels and Atom.

What are different forms of energy Class 4?

Different for of energy can be categorised into Electrical Energy, Chemical Energy, Mechanical Energy, Thermal Energy, Nuclear Energy, and Sound Energy.

Different forms of energy Class 4

Force, Work, and Energy Question Bank for Class 4

A. Fill in the blanks. 1. A ________ is a wedge, while a ________ is a lever. 2. ________ use the force of fast flowing water to generate electricity. 3. A________ is made from a wheel and a rope. 4. ________ energy is generated with the help of windmill. 5. A moving body slows down or stops due to its ________ force.

B. Write one word answer. 1. Energy released by splitting of atom. 2. Our main source of energy, it gives us heat and light energy. 3. He was an Indian scientist known for his work on Indian Nuclear Programme. 4. Scientific name of human being. 5. He built the first electricity power plant. C. State true or false. 1. Machine makes our work easier. 2. A slide is an example of a pulley. 3. Non-living things need energy to do work. 4. Force applied by our muscles is called magnetic force. 5. The electricity generated by water is called hydroelectricity.

Basic Question and answer for Force, work and energy

Q1. What are the 6 forms of energy? Ans. Six forms of energy are Electrical Energy, Chemical Energy, Mechanical Energy, Thermal Energy, Nuclear Energy, and Sound Energy.

Q2. What are the 6 main types of forces? Ans. Six main types of forces are Gravitational force, Muscular force, Mechanical force, Elastic force, Frictional force and Magnetic force.

Q3. What is the simple definition of work? Ans. Work is said to be done when an object moves by applying force.

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The toy oven shown uses a lightbulb to bake small cakes. What types of energy does the toy oven use to bake the cakes?

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Electrical and heat

Heat and mechanical

Mechanical and electrical

  • 2. Multiple Choice 2 minutes 1 pt The ultimate source of energy is: The sky The sun Plants Movement
  • 3. Multiple Choice 2 minutes 1 pt Which form of energy is produced when a guitar string vibrates? Sound energy Electrical energy Chemical energy Light energy
  • 4. Multiple Choice 2 minutes 1 pt Which form of energy is produced when a lamp is switched on? Sound energy Electrical energy Chemical energy Light energy

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  • 6. Multiple Choice 2 minutes 1 pt Does a skier standing at the top of a mountain have more or less energy than a skier standing at the bottom? more less
  • 7. Multiple Choice 2 minutes 1 pt A ball rolling down the hill is an example of ___ energy. Kinetic Potential

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  1. Free Printable Energy Worksheets for 4th Grade

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  2. Week 6 Science Lessons: Forms of Energy (4th Grade)

    4.6 (A) differentiate among forms of energy, including mechanical, sound, electrical, light, and heat/thermal; NGSS Introductory lesson for 4-PS3 standards. Guiding Question: How do we use the forms of energy? The Lesson: And now, for all the fun and engaging learning! Click the image to grab your printable lesson plans for the week.

  3. PDF Energy Exists in Many Forms

    1. The Ability of a body to do work is known as a) Willingness b) Energy c) Power d) Efficiency 2. The Substance that transforms one form of energy into another is called a) Transformer b) Transmitter c) Transducer d) None of the above 3.

  4. PDF Grade 4 Science

    Grade 4 Science Week of November 23 - November 27 Unit 3 What is Energy? Bill Nye - Energy What is energy? When we use that word in our everyday talk, we might say "I don't have a lot of energy right now" if we're tired, or maybe we would say "our dog is so energetic right now" if it's running around a lot.

  5. Forms of energy activity for 4th

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  7. Ministry of Education Primary Engagement Programme Grade Four Worksheet

    GRADE FOUR WORKSHEET-TERM 3 SUBJECT: SCIENCE WEEK 1: LESSON 1 TOPIC: ENERGY-ENERGY, FORMS OF ENERGY AND ITS USES Name: _____ Date: _____ FACTS / TIPS: DEFINITION: Energy is the ability to do work; another word for energy is power. Energy makes things move. It makes machines work.

  8. What Is Energy?

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  9. Energy interactive exercise for Grade 4

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  13. 4th Grade Motion and Energy (Mechanics) Worksheets

    4th Grade Motion and Energy (Mechanics) Worksheets (17) results found Sort by: Most-Popular x Motion and Energy (Mechanics) x 4th Grade x Worksheets WORKSHEETS Science and Language Arts: Forces at Work Students explore how forces (such as gravity and inertia) act on machines. Subjects: Force and Motion Machines Language Arts and Writing Download

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  15. Kinetic and Potential Energy Worksheets

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  16. PDF Science: Grade 4-energy

    GRADE 4-ENERGY Electrifying Energy TEKS 4 (6) Force, motion, and energy. The student knows that energy exists in many forms and can be observed in cycles, patterns, and systems. The student is expected to differentiate among forms of energy, including mechanical, sound, electrical, light, and heat/thermal.

  17. PDF GRADE 4 NST TERM 3 WEEK ONE Energy and Energy transfer

    GRADE 4 NST TERM 3 WEEK ONE Energy and Energy transfer Do not answer the following questions. Consider them as you go through the work. What do we need energy for? Where does energy come from? Energy for life Scientists say energy is the ability to do work. We need to understand what this means.

  18. Energy for Life (teacher made)

    Grade 4 Energy and Change Energy and Energy Transfer How can I use this Energy for Life activity? This activity focuses on the theme 'Energy for Life', which is covered in Grade 4. Energy for Life is one of the main themes in Natural Science that Grade 4's will be introduced to this year.

  19. Force, Work, and Energy Worksheets Class 4 PDF with answers

    Force, work, and energy are three fundamental concepts in science that play a crucial role in understanding how the world around us works.. These concepts describe the interactions between objects and the energy required to move them. Our interactive and comprehensive Force, Work, and Energy Worksheets for Class 4 Students will help them to master the topic in the easiest way.

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  21. Mr Collinson's Grade 4 Science

    Lesson 4. Light Travels in a Straight Line. With a basic understanding of how light and sound work, it was time to start experimenting. Today we looked at one of the properties of light: Light travels in a straight line . Our experiment involved shining light through a series of pieces of paper with holes in them.

  22. Grade 4 Forms of Energy

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  23. Grade 4

    In this Grade 4 Natural Sciences video lesson we will be teaching you about Energy.We've sourced highly-qualified and experienced South African teachers for ...