The origin of Science started long way back when cavemen wondered what rubbing two stones together would do. Since then Science has evolved based on man's curiosity and enthusiasm. Now the single subject has many branches and subbranches which has invaded every branches of modern life. In fact everything have something or other to do with the application of science. Hence it is necessary to develop a strong foundation in this subject.
Have you ever wondered how life originated? How you grow? What our earth consists of? How light travels and many more. Science offers answer to various questions that we ask out of our curiosity.
In the case of young learners, we donât have to teach them how to wonder, discover, and explore as they do it naturally. For them, science is just an extension of their everyday world. Besides, Science is just as important as learning other subjects like Mathematics and History, because learning the basics of science will enable you to explore the unexplored. Moreover, Students who excel in science are likely to develop critical thinking and better understanding of other subjects.
|Chapter 1||:Crop Production and Management|
|Chapter 2||:Microorganisms: Friend and Foe|
|Chapter 3||:Synthetic Fibres and Plastics|
|Chapter 4||:Materials : Metals and Non-Metals|
|Chapter 5||:Coal and Petroleum|
|Chapter 6||:Combustion and Flame|
|Chapter 7||:Conservation of Plants and Animals|
|Chapter 8||:Cell Structure and Functions/td>|
|Chapter 9||:Reproduction in Animals|
|Chapter 10||:Reaching the Age of Adolescence|
|Chapter 11||:Force and Pressure|
|Chapter 14||:Chemical Effects of Electric Current|
|Chapter 15||:Some Natural Phenomena|
|Chapter 17||:Stars and the Solar System|
|Chapter 18||:Pollution of Air and Water|