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1. Wear your proper uniform. 2. Open your cameras and unmute microphones when speaking and reciting. 3.You can also use the chat box if you have questions. 4. Prepare a ball pen and paper. 5. Stay on your sit until the class is done.

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“If you’re happy and you know it clap your hands (2x)   If you’re happy and you know it and you really want to show it   If you’re happy and you know it clap your hands.

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Instruction: These are humans, animals and plants basic needs. Fill in the boxes to complete each statement. The first letter clue is in each number. 1. Humans take in everyday. 2. are important to animals to protect them from heat, cold and rain. 3. Fishes need to live in. 4. Plants need to make food in their leaves. 5. Human breaths in fresh air called

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Answers:

1. food 2. Shelters 3. water 4. sunlight 5. oxygen

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Basic needs of humans, Animals and plants

Food

water

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Shelter

Watering the plants

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The Clumsy Penguin

Once there was a penguin named Freddy. Freddy was a very clumsy penguin. Everywhere he waddled, he caused troubled. One day, Freddy waddled over to the fishing hole, the other penguins picked up fish and tossed them into their mouths. Freddy picked up a fish but when he tossed the fish, it landed on its head.

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“Freddy you are such a clumsy penguin”, the other penguin said. Freddy covered his head and waddled back home. The next day, all of the penguins were swimming in the swimming hole. Freddy jumped into the water to join them, he jumped so high then he missed the swimming hole and bumped his head on the ice.

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“Freddy you are such a clumsy penguin”, the other penguin said. Freddy put his hands on his head and waddled back home. On the next day, all the penguins were sitting on the eggs to keep them warm. Freddy waddled over to a pile of eggs and sat down on it. Then Freddy jumped up and yelled. “Ouch! Freddy not sat on a pile of egg. He had sat on a pile of sharp rocks. “Freddy you are such a clumsy penguin”, the other penguins said. Freddy rubbed his backside and waddled home.

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The next day, the penguins decided to have a dance party. They waddled. They twisted. They bopped to the music. Freddy waddled over to join to the dance party. As he waddled slide to the left and slide to the right. He hopped on one foot as he tried to control his balance.

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motion

is the act of moving. everything moves, fast or slow. Example: The automobiles that carry passengers from the place of pick up to the destination possess  motion .

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force

A force is either a push or a pull. When a force pushes an object forward it could make the object faster, or move in a new direction. And a force that pulls can make an object move slower or make it stop completely. Example:

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SIR ISAAC newton

- was the scientist who observed the motion and created the “Three Laws of Motion.”

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Three Laws of motion

- First Law of Motion: Every movement or change of movement is the result of a force.

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Three Laws of motion

Second Law of motion: The speed and direction of an object is determined by the force.

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Three Laws of motion

Third Law of Motion: Every action there is a reaction.

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Instruction: Check (  ) the picture that shows motion indicators. If not, cross out (×) the picture.   1. 4. 2. 5. 3.

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Answers: 1. 2.× 3. 4.× 5.

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Groupings Activity   Instruction: I will group you into two groups. The first group are the boys and the second group are the girls. Each group will give 3 objects that are indicators of motion. I will give you 10 minutes to finish your work.

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Group work guidelines:   1. Name your group. 2. Work silently. 3. Cooperate with your group mates. Rubrics Points   Focus on topic (Content) - 5 Cooperation - 5 Timeliness - 5   Total = 15

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Is moving important in our life?

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Instruction: Write TRUE if the statement is correct and FALSE if the statement is wrong.   1. Motion is the act of moving. 2. A force is either a push or a pull. 3. Sir Isaac Newton was the scientist who created the three laws of motion. 4. When a force pushes an object forward it could make the object slower or move in a new direction. 5. A force that pulls can make an object move faster or make it stop completely.

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Answers: 1.TRUE 2.TRUE 3.TRUE 4.FALSE 5.FALSE

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Assignment   1.Cut 3 pieces of pictures that shows motion. 2.Study our next topic about the Sources and Uses of Light, Sound, Heat and Electricity.