Cambridge Science Primary

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Cambridge Science Primary

VBest Cambridge Science Primary program offers classes for children between the ages of 3 to 13 years old.
Our program assists students in staying ahead of their peers in primary school.

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Course Details

Suitable for 4 years old kids.

  1. Phonics Song ( Animals & Body Parts )
  2. Flash Card Learning ( Animals & Body Parts)
  3. Learning Animals
  4. Exploring Body Parts
  5. Exploring Fruits & Vegetables
  6. Learning Weather Words
  7. Energy ( Sun & shade, hot & cold, heat, light & sound, people power vs fuel power )
  8. Forces And Movements ( Pushes & Pulls )
  9. Environment Resources
  10. Science Games ( Matching Games & Cardline Animals)

Suitable for 5 years old kids.

  1. Phonics Song ( Food, Fruits & Vegetables)
  2. Flash Card Learning (Food, Fruits & Vegetables)
  3. Exploring Type Of Animals ( Mammals,  Amphibians, Birds, Fish, Reptiles, Minibeasts)
  4. Exploring Body Parts & Five Senses
  5. Exploring Food, Fruits & Vegetables ( Natural Food Chain & The Importance Of Plants As Energy)
  6. Types Of Weather
  7. Energy and Change ( Motion, Electricity )
  8. The Materials World ( Metals, Plastics & Matter )
  9. Resources ( Renewable & Non-renewable )
  10. Science Games ( Into The Forest )

Suitable for 6 years old kids.

  1. Phonics Song ( Planets)
  2. Flash Card Learning (Plantes)
  3. Exploring Acids And Alkalis
  4. Exploring Gravity
  5. Exploring Weather And Seasons
  6. Exploring Energy and Change ( Different Forms Of Energy, Electricity And Circuits )
  7. Exploring Cells And Human Reproduction
  8. Pollution
  9. Moon Phases
  10. Science Games (Xtronaut:)

Chapter 1 Animals

1.1 Structure of Common Animals
1.2 Common Animals
1.3 Asking and Answering Simple Questions

Chapter 2 Environment

2.1 Changes in the Four Seasons

Chapter 3 Grouping

3.1 Identifying and Classifying

Chapter 4 Human Body

4.1 Basic Parts of the Human Body 1
4.2 Basic Parts of the Human Body 2

Chapter 5 Materials

5.1 Everyday Materials
5.2 Physical Properties of Everyday Materials
5.3 Objects and Materials
5.4 Comparing Everyday Materials

Chapter 6 Plants

6.1 Basic Structure Plants and Trees
6.2 Common Plants and Trees

Chapter 7 Safety
7.1 Common Animals

Chapter 1 Animals

1.1 Offspring Through to Adults
1.2 Basic Survival Needs

Chapter 2 Habitats

2.1 Habitats and Micro-habitats
2.2 Habitat Needs
2.3 Animals Food and Food Chains

Chapter 3 Health 

3.1 Basic Survival Needs
3.2 Importance of Exercise, Food and Hygiene

Chapter 4 Human Body

4.1 Importance of Exercise, Food and Hygiene

Chapter 5 Living Things

5.1 Things Living, Dead or Never Alive 1
5.2 Things Living, Dead or Never Alive 2

Chapter 6 Materials

6.1 Suitability for Purpose 1
6.1 Suitability for Purpose 2
6.3 Altering Shapes of Some Solids Objects

Chapter 7 Plants

7.1 Water, Light and Temperature for Growth
7.2 Seeds, Bulbs and Maturing Plants

Chapter 1 Push and Pulling

1.1 Push and Pulling

Chapter 2 Forces

2.1 Movement on Different Surfaces
2.2 Forces and Magnet
2.3 Which Force Do I Use?

Chapter 3 Human Body

3.1 Skeletons and Muscles 1
3.2 Skeletons and Muscles 2
3.3 Skeletons and Muscles 3

Chapter 4 Light

4.1 Changed in Shadows
4.2 Shadows
4.3 Light and Dark

Chapter 5 Magnets

5.1 Materials: Magnetic or Not?
5.2 Magnets Attract or Repel
5.3 Predicting Magnetism

Chapter 6 Nutrition

6.1 Nutrition
6.2 Animals, including Humans

Chapter 7 Plants 

7.1 Life Cycle of Flowering Plants
7.2 Requirements for Life and Growth
7.3 Transporting Water in Plants
7.4 Functions of Parts of Flowering Plants

Chapter 8 Rocks

8.1 Different Type of Rocks
8.2 Soils

Chapter 1 Circuits 

1.1 Simple Circuit
1.2 Conductors and Insulators
1.3 Lamps and Circuit
1.4 Switches

Chapter 2 Electricity 

2.1 Common Electrical Appliance 1
2.2 Common Electrical Appliance 2

Chapter 3 Environment

3.1 Environment Change and Danger

Chapter 4 Food Chains 

4.1 Animals, including Humans 1
4.2 Animals, including Humans 2

Chapter 5 Grouping

5.1 Living Things and Their Habitats 1
5.2 Living Things and Their Habitats 2

Chapter 6 Habitats

6.1 Classification and Environment 1
6.2 Classification and Environment 2

Chapter 7 Human Body

7.1 Basic Parts of Human Digestive System 1
7.2 Basic Parts of Human Digestive System 2

Chapter 8 Safety

8.1 Common Electrical Appliance

Chapter 9 Sound

9.1 How Sounds Travel
9.2 Pitch and Objects
9.3 Sounds and Vibration

Chapter 10 States Of Matter

10.1 Heating and Cooling
10.2 Solids, Liquids and Gases

Chapter 11 Teeth

11.1 Animals, including Humans 1
11.2 Animals, including Humans 2

Chapter 12 Water

12.1 Water Cycle: Evaporation and Condensation 1
12.2 Water Cycle: Evaporation and Condensation 2

Chapter 1 Changes in Materials

1.1 Non-reversible Changes
1.2 Reversible Changes

Chapter 2 Dissolving 

2.1 Dissolving in Solution 1
2.2 Dissolving in Solution 2

Chapter 3 Forces 

3.1 Resistance and Friction
3.2 Gravity
3.3 Reporting and Presenting Findings

Chapter 4 Gravity

4.1 Forces 1
4.2 Forces 2

Chapter 5 Living Things 

5.1 Life Cycles
5.2 Reproduction: Plants and Animals 1
5.2 Reproduction: Plants and Animals 2
5.3 Reproduction: Plants and Animals 3

Chapter 6 Materials 

6.1 Comparing and Grouping Properties of Materials
6.2 Testing Everyday Materials

Chapter 7 Mixtures 

7.1 Separating Mixtures 1
7.2 Separating Mixtures 2

Chapter 8 Solar System

8.1 Our Sun as a Star, Other Starts and Galaxies
8.2 Sun, Earth and Moon
8.3 Movement of Earth and the Planets
8.4 Earth's Rotation: Day and Night
8.5 Movement of the Moon

Chapter 1 Circuit 

1.1 Changing Wires Changing Circuits
1.2 A Torch and How it Works
1.3 Circuits Basics 1
1.4 Circuits Basics 2
1.5 Circuits Diagrams 1
1.6 Circuits Diagrams 2
1.7 Electrical Vocabulary Check-up
1.8 Investigating Materials Which Conduct Electricity
1.9 Wires and Components

Chapter 2 Classification

2.1 Animal Ears
2.2 Characteristics of Living Things
2.3 Keys
2.4 Differences Between Us

Chapter 3 Human Body  

3.1 Skeleton and Circulation 1
3.2 Skeleton and Circulation 2
3.3 Skeleton and Circulation 3

Chapter 4 Light

4.1 Light and Shadows 1
4.2 Light and Shadows 2
4.3 Reflection 1
4.4 Reflection 2

Chapter 5 Living Things 

5.1 How are Plants Adapted to Suit Their Environment?
5.2 Microbes and Cells
5.3 Food Chains

Things To Know | Frequently Asked Questions FAQs

How Long is the Duration for Each Lesson?

Each lesson will take from 60 minutes to 120 minutes depending on the subject and level.

How I know which class is suitable for my child?

We will provide assessment exam to test on their level before deciding which class they should attend.

Is this a private lesson?

Yes. It will be a 1 to 1 lesson. We can focus more on teaching each child.

What age group of children is suitable to attend VBest primary lesson?

We offers classes for children between the ages of 3 to 13 years old.

Will there be notes provided?

Yes, we will provide workbooks and notes for our students.

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