Science Olympiad Class 7


Module 1 Nutrition in Plants and Animals
Unit 1 Nutrition in plants and its types  
Unit 2 Autotrophic nutrition in plants  
Unit 3 Experimental investigation  
Unit 4 Synthesis of food other than carbohydrates by plants  
Unit 5 Heterotrophic nutrition  
Unit 6 Heterotrophic nutrition in plants  
Unit 7 Saprotrophs  
Unit 8 Replenishing nutrients in the soil  
Unit 9 Nutrition in amoeba, hydra and frog  
Unit 10 The human digestive system  
Unit 11 Ruminants  
Module 2 Fibre to Fabric
Unit 1 Climate and Clothes  
Unit 2 Natural fibres  
Unit 3 Vegetable fibre  
Unit 4 Animal fibre  
Unit 5 Wool  
Unit 6 Types of wool  
Unit 7 From hair to wool  
Unit 8 Silk  
Unit 9 Life cycle of a silk moth  
Unit 10 Sericulture  
Unit 11 Health conditions of workers in the wool and sericulture industry  
Unit 12 Sorter’s disease  
Unit 13 Respiratory disease  
Unit 14 Scabies and other skin infections  
Module 3 Heat
Unit 1 Heat as a form of energy and its units, joule(J) and calorie (cal)  
Unit 2 Temperature  
Unit 3 Different units of Temperature (°C, °F, K)  
Unit 4 Conversion from one scale to another  
Unit 5 Measuring temperature  
Unit 6 The laboratory thermometer  
Unit 7 The clinical thermometer  
Unit 8 Effects of Heat  
Unit 9 Change in temperature  
Unit 10 Change in size (Expansion and contraction)  
Unit 11 Change in state  
Unit 12 Good conductors and bad conductors of heat and their examples  
Unit 13 Choice of conductors and insulators in day to day life (Pan handles, metal cooking utensils etc.)  
Unit 14 Methods of Heat Transfer  
Unit 15 Conduction  
Unit 16 Convection  
Unit 17 Radiation  
Unit 18 Thermos Flask: (Application of heat transfer)  
Module 4 Acid, Bases and Salts
Unit 1 Acids- types, properties and uses  
Unit 2 Bases- types, properties and uses  
Unit 3 Salts- preparation, properties and uses  
Unit 4 Testing for acids and bases  
Module 5 Physical and Chemical Changes
Unit 1 Chemical change - formation of a new product with new properties  
Unit 2 Differentiating between physical and chemical change  
Unit 3 Classification as physical & chemical change  
Unit 4 Characteristics of chemical reactions  
Unit 5 Evolution of a gas  
Unit 6 Change of colour  
Unit 7 Formation of precipitate  
Unit 8 Change in energy  
Unit 9 Change of state  
Unit 10 Types of chemical reactions  
Unit 11 Combination reaction  
Unit 12 Decomposition reaction  
Unit 13 Single displacement reaction  
Unit 14 Double displacement reaction  
Unit 15 Oxidation and reduction reactions  
Unit 16 Separating a solid from a solution  
Unit 17 By evaporation  
Unit 18 Crystallisation  
Module 6 Weather, Climate and Adaptations of Animals to Climate
Unit 1 Weather  
Unit 2 Elements of weather  
Unit 3 Predicting the weather  
Unit 4 Climate  
Unit 5 Effect of the sun on climate  
Unit 6 Climate and adaptation  
Unit 7 Adaptation of animals  
Unit 8 Adaptations to cold climates  
Unit 9 Adaptation to hot climates-deserts  
Unit 10 Adaptation to hot and wet climates-tropical rainforests  
Module 7 Winds, Storms and Cyclones
Unit 1 Air pressure  
Unit 2 Power of air pressure  
Unit 3 Air exerts pressure in all directions  
Unit 4 High speed wind causes reduced pressure  
Unit 5 Air expands on heating  
Unit 6 Wind currents  
Unit 7 Wind currents due to uneven heating between equator and poles  
Unit 8 Wind currents due to uneven heating of land and water  
Unit 9 Thunderstorms, cyclones and tornadoes  
Unit 10 Cyclone forecasting and warning  
Module 8 Natural Resources and Their Conservation
Unit 1 Our natural resources  
Unit 2 Renewable and non-renewable resources  
Unit 3 Water - a renewable resource  
Unit 4 Shortage of water  
Unit 5 States of water  
Unit 6 Water cycle  
Unit 7 Groundwater  
Unit 8 Water conservation  
Unit 9 Forest wealth  
Unit 10 Prevent floods and maintain the water table  
Unit 11 Prevent soil erosion  
Unit 12 Supply oxygen  
Unit 13 Absorb carbon dioxide  
Unit 14 Cool the air and increase rainfall  
Unit 15 Provide food and shelter for wildlife  
Unit 16 Forests products  
Unit 17 Plants also depend on animals  
Unit 18 Producers, consumers and decomposers  
Unit 19 Food chain  
Unit 20 Balance in nature  
Unit 21 Forest conservation  
Unit 22 Wastewater and sewage  
Unit 23 Importance of drainage and sanitation  
Unit 24 The sewage system  
Unit 25 Sewage treatment  
Unit 26 Wastewater treatment plant  
Unit 27 Better housekeeping practices  
Unit 28 Alternate methods for sewage disposal  
Module 9 Respiration in Organism
Unit 1 Respiration in plants  
Unit 2 Root respiration  
Unit 3 Respiration in animals  
Unit 4 Through cell membrane or skin  
Unit 5 Through air holes  
Unit 6 Through gills  
Unit 7 Through lungs  
Unit 8 The respiratory system in humans  
Unit 9 Breathing in  
Unit 10 To the lungs  
Unit 11 In the lungs  
Unit 12 How air enters the lungs  
Unit 13 Cellular respiration  
Unit 14 Types of respiration  
Unit 15 Aerobic respiration  
Unit 16 Anaerobic respiration  
Unit 17 Difference between combustion and cellular respiration  
Unit 18 Difference between breathing and cellular respiration  
Module 10 Transportation in Plants and Animals
Unit 1 Transportation of materials in plants: Vascular system, xylem, phloem, osmosis  
Unit 2 Transportation of water and minerals  
Unit 3 Transportation of food  
Unit 4 Transportation of materials in animals  
Unit 5 Transportation in humans  
Unit 6 Heartbeat and pulse  
Unit 7 Excretion  
Unit 8 Excretion in animals  
Unit 9 Excretion in humans  
Unit 10 Sweating  
Module 11 Reproduction in Plants
Unit 1 Asexual reproduction in plants  
Unit 2 Fragmentation  
Unit 3 Budding  
Unit 4 Spore formation  
Unit 5 Vegetative reproduction in plants  
Unit 6 Artificial methods of vegetative reproduction  
Unit 7 Grafting  
Unit 8 Cutting  
Unit 9 Layering  
Unit 10 Tissue culture  
Unit 11 Advantages of vegetative reproduction  
Unit 12 Sexual reproduction  
Unit 13 Sexual reproduction in plants  
Unit 14 Pollination  
Unit 15 Fertilization  
Unit 16 Seed formation  
Unit 17 Fruit formation  
Unit 18 Dispersal of seeds  
Unit 19 Germination of seeds  
Module 12 Motion and Time
Unit 1 Measurement  
Unit 2 Measurement of time  
Unit 3 Simple pendulum  
Unit 4 Sand clock and sundial  
Unit 5 Motion as a change in position of an object with respect to time  
Unit 6 Types of motion  
Unit 7 Translatory  
Unit 8 Circulatory  
Unit 9 Oscillatory  
Unit 10 Repetitive (Periodic and Non-Periodic)  
Unit 11 Random  
Unit 12 Uniform and non-uniform motion  
Unit 13 Weight  
Unit 14 Concept  
Unit 15 Differences between mass and weight  
Unit 16 Speed  
Unit 17 Distance-time graph for uniform motion  
Module 13 Electric Current and its Effect
Unit 1 Electric current and electric circuits  
Unit 2 Components of an electric current  
Unit 3 Circuit diagram  
Unit 4 Electric current as a flow of charges  
Unit 5 Electric cell as source of electricity  
Unit 6 Resistors as components that oppose the flow of current  
Unit 7 Simple electric circuit - Series and Parallel  
Unit 8 Battery as a collection of cells connected in series  
Unit 9 Good and Bad conductors of electricity  
Unit 10 Potential difference  
Unit 11 Effects of electric current  
Unit 12 Heating and lighting effect  
Unit 13 The electric fuse is based on the heating effect of current  
Unit 14 Magnetic effect  
Unit 15 Solenoid  
Unit 16 The electromagnet  
Unit 17 Uses of electromagnet  
Unit 18 Test for a magnet (by repulsion)  
Module 14 Light
Unit 1 Rectilinear propagation of light  
Unit 2 Reflection of light: Definition and examples  
Unit 3 Terms related to reflection - Normal, plane, point of incidence, angle of incidence, angle of reflection  
Unit 4 Laws of Reflection  
Unit 5 Real and virtual images  
Unit 6 Plane mirror  
Unit 7 Uses  
Unit 8 Ray Diagram (no mention of virtual image)  
Unit 9 Characteristics of the image formed (Lateral Inversion, same size, distance is preserved)  
Unit 10 Spherical mirrors: Concave mirror, Convex mirror  
Unit 11 Principal focus  
Unit 12 Image formed by a spherical mirror  
Unit 13 Uses of spherical mirror  
Unit 14 Differences between images formed by plane, concave and convex mirror  
Unit 15 Speed of light (3 X 108 m/s)  
Unit 16 Primary colours (RGB)  
Unit 17 Formation of secondary colours by colour addition  
Unit 18 Appearance of colour of an object (Based on reflection and absorption)  
Unit 19 Colour subtraction  
Unit 20 Lenses  
Unit 21 Terms related to lenses  
Unit 22 Principal focus and focal length  
Unit 23 Image formed by a lens  
Unit 24 The spectrum  
Unit 25 Rainbow  
Unit 26 Prism  

List Of Science Olympiad Exams For Class 7

  • SOF National Science Olympiad (NSO)
  • CREST Science Olympiad (CSO)
  • Silverzone International Olympiad of Science (IOS)
  • Unified Council- National Level Science Talent Search Examination (NSTSE)
  • Humming Bird Science Olympiad (HSO)
  • EduHeal National Interactive Science (NISO)
  • Indian Talent Olympiad- International Science (ISO)
  • Home Bhabha Centre for Science Education- Science Olympiad
  • Indian School Talent Search Exam (ISTSE)
  • ASSET Science
  • International Assessments for Indian Schools (IAIS) – IAIS Science
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