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Lesson 1 – Human Body : The Food We Eat
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Lesson 3 – Human body : The Digestive and Excretory systems
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Lesson 4 : Plants in the Surroundings and Environment
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Lesson 6 : Adaptation in Animals
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Lesson 8 : Materials and Solutions
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Lesson 10 : Measurement
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Lesson 11 : Push and Pull
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Lesson 12 : Friction as a Force
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Class 4 – EVS
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    6. What is mimicry? Give an example of an animal showing mimicry.

    A. The appearance of an animal that enables it to look like something else is called mimicry. eg: Stick insect looks like a stick.

    7. Define camouflage.

    A. The natural characteristic of an animal that helps it to blend in with its surroundings is called camouflage. eg: change of colour of chameleons body.

    8. List three adaptations that are seen in carnivorous animals. 

    A.1. They have sharp tearing teeth.

       2. They have sharp claws on their feet.

       3. They have sharp curved beaks.

    9. Give two adaptations seen in herbivorous birds.

    A. 1. They have strong beaks. (parrot)

         2. They have long , thin beaks. (sunbird)

    10. Give three steps that you can follow to protect the animals around you.

    A. 1. We have to stop cutting trees around us as it is the natural habitat of many animals.

        2. We should not make the forest dirty by throwing away things around.

        3. We should not buy items that are made from animal skin, hair or other parts of animals.

    11. Name two animals that have flippers.

    A. Penguin, turtle

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    A. 1. d      2. c      3. b        4. c

    B. 1. polar bear       2. frog          3. crow      4. crow     5. fish

    C. 1. winter sleep and hibernation

         2. migration and seasonal movement of animals

         3. light and hollow bones and aerial

         4. carnivore and flesh eating animals.