Friday, December 9, 2011

Song about science


MOTION SONG




VIBRATION SCIENCE SONG





WEATHER SONG





THE FOOD SONG





THE PLANETS SONG



Poem about science

                                Butterfly Life Cycle

There was an egg,

On a tree,
Teeny, tiny egg you see...
leaf and caterpillar egg
Teeny, tiny, insect egg,
Hatched a tiny,
Thing with legs...
caterpillar
And that tiny,
Furry mound,
Took a tiny,
Look around,
What's that furry,
Crawling thing?
Here's the answer,
Here I sing...
Caterpillar,
From the egg,
Eating leaves,
Gets well-fed...
Caterpillar,
Eats a heap,
Finds a quiet place to sleep...
Larva covered,
Covered soon,
In a really, cool cocoon...
cocoon

Inside changes,
Did occur,
Metamorphosis?Yes sir!
And it waited,
Wait and wait,
Turns to something really great...
One day I see,
With my eye,
This beautiful,
Butterfly!
butterfly

LIfe cycle of a butterfly: During its lifetime, a butterfly goes through a complete metamorphosis. It starts as an egg which hatches into the larval form- the caterpillar. The caterpillar eats and grows until it has enough energy to move into its pupal stage- often making a chrysalis or cocoon. Inside the cocoon, the caterpillar goes through its metamorphosis and eventually emerges as a butterfly. The butterfly mates and lays new eggs to start the life cycle over again.





Caterpillar
caterpillar
There was a giant caterpillar,
More than ten-feet long,
tape measure
Chomped whole trees,
Instead of leaves,
It really was real wrong...
Yes that creeping caterpillar,
Loved the month of June,
Wrapped itself,
With a tent,
tent
And made a huge cocoon!
When it hatched,
I can’t believe,
What emerged was this,
An airplane sized,
airplane
Butterfly,
From the chrysalis!

Caterpillar:Caterpillars are the larval forms of butterflies that hatch from, you guessed it, butterfly eggs. Caterpillars go through a metamorphosis inside a cocoon or chrysalis (The poem is actually inaccurate in that it uses both cocoon and chrysalis to describe the butterfly's place of metamorphosis- but it's done for art's sake). A cocoon is a silk case usually made by the larva of moths and other insects, while a chrysalis is the hard skin of a caterpillar in which it will morph into a butterfly.





Tadpole


Tadpole, tadpole,
Super sad pole,
tadpole
Had no legs to hop...
Didn't look like cousin Jim,
Or even mom or pop!
Tadpole, tadpole,
Super sad pole,
Not like mom or dad,
frog frog mom
After eyeballs,
Only tail,
Made her really sad!
Tadpole, tadpole,
Super sad pole,
Had no lungs for air,
Had to use,
Gills to breathe,
It really wasn't fair!
tadpole with legs
Tadpole, tadpole,
Super glad pole,
Sat there on a log,
In the water,
A reflection,
She'd become a frog!
frog
Tadpole: Tadpoles (or pollywogs) are the larval forms of amphibians- commonly frogs and toads. After tadpoles hatch from their eggs they live strictly in the water and breathe with gills, but as time passes they undergo a metamorphosis and grow legs, arms, and develop lungs for respiration.

Push And Pull


Push And Pull




Push








Pull





Mixing Things

Things that dissolves in water

sugar

instant coffee

salt

rock sugar

sweet

milk powder

sweet


Things that do not dissolves in water

sand

pepper

coffee powder

curry powder

flour



                        Experiment:   Sugar dissolves in water  

The Magic Of Batteries

Batteries



Things that using batteries



          torchlight    


        camera


             radio


              watch



              clock

Lengths


High

                                               
                                                       Low



Long




Short

Sunday, November 27, 2011

Plants

                                          
                                  The seed

Plant need water



Life cycle of bean



Seed to plant






Songs



Ourselves

                        Humans basic needs







Animals

                     Animals and their youngs


Life cycle of butterfly



Life cycle of mosquito



Living things and non-living things

      Living things and non-living things