The application contains information that the student should acquire at primary school. They concern the landscape, climate, health care and the fundamentals of physics.
Knowledge is divided into thematic sections.
The application consists of 3 parts: a database, flashcards and tests. The test (after each subsection) consists of 6 questions.
For each chapter and chapters, you can see the result in both the outage and test sections.
Me and my surroundings.
Nature can be explored using the following senses: eyesight, hearing, touch, taste and smell, as well as such equipment as a map, compass, camera, magnifying glass, microscope and binoculars.
Orientation in the field.
For centuries people have been trying to make travelling easier and create tools to help people in their sense of direction. Explanations.
Observations, natural experiments and modeling.
The state of substance depends on the distance and attraction between the substance particles.
The nearest area.
We are constantly surrounded by numerous landscape elements, which can be divided into natural and anthropogenic.
Organ systems that build the human body include: bone, respiratory, digestive, blood, reproductive systems.
Health and health care.
Certain species of animals, plants, fungi, bacteria and viruses negatively affect the human health.
Human and the environment.
Man produces waste and sewage, and uses detergents. These factors negatively affect the state of the environment. In order for our impact on the environment to be less harmful, it is necessary to separate waste, to treat waste water, to reduce the use of detergents. Environmentally friendly planting, afforestation and management of heaps and excavations are also beneficial.
Landscapes in Europe.
In the natural landscape we can distinguish the landscape of mountains, highlands, lowlands, lagoons and coastal areas. Anthropogenic landscape is a landscape created from the natural landscape as a result of human activity.
Lands and oceans.
There are 7 CONTINENTS on Earth: Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Australia, Antarctica, Europe and 5 OCEANS: the Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Arctic and the Southern Ocean.
Landscapes of the world.
In the world’s landscape we can differentiate the landscape of damp equatorial forest, savannah, hot desert, steppe, taiga, tundra and ice desert. In each of them there are different climatic conditions, which is due to the different organisms living there.
Properties of substances.
Substance properties depend on the type of particles that build it, on their arrangement and attraction. Bodies differ in color, odor, taste, state of concentration, resistance to other substances.
Electrical and magnetic phenomena in nature.
In nature, there are electrical and magnetic phenomena. Body electrification is a phenomenon that occurs during friction. The body may electrify positively or negatively.
Transformation of the substance.
Substances undergo transformations. Examples of substance transformations are: melting, solidification, dissolving, evaporation, condensation. Substances change under the following conditions: temperature, air movement, type of substance, surface size, mixing.
Movement and forces in nature.
In nature we observe many types of movement. It depends on the track that the body moves on, acceleration or its absence, and acceleration changes.
Earth in the Universe.
Earth is one of the planets of the Solar System. The location of planets depending on their distance from the Sun is as follows: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. According to the theory of Nicolaus Copernicus the Sun is in the center of the solar system, not the Earth, as previously thought.
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