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Leave it for 20 minutes. : Experimenting : A cup of flour.1.Activity Code Learning Area Learning Objective Learning Outcomes Method Apparatus : 5/1/1/1.1Understanding that microorganism is a living thing.1/3 : 1. Steps 1.1. 4.2 State that microorganism breathes. 1 teaspoon of sugar. Record your observation. 1. 3. : 1.1 State that yeast is an example of microorganism. 2 .3 State that microorganism grows.1. 1. Cover the mixture with a damp cloth. ½ cup of warm water. Microorganism : 1. Mix all the ingredients. 2. 1 teaspoon of dried yeast.
C2. Discussion : (a) The picture below shows a dough. Draw the size of the dough after 20 minute to support your observation. Conclusion ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ (SPS1-C1. (b) Why does the dough rise? __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ 3.C3) 3 . Observation : ______________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ 2.C4) (SPS1-C1.C3) (SMS1C1.C2.1.C3.C2.
2/1&7 : 2.2. 2.1 State various ways plants disperse their seeds and fruits. 3. Record your observation. shorea Method Apparatus Steps 1. lady’s finger. rambutan and shorea. rambutan. lady’s finger. : 2. Identify ways of dispersal of each fruit or seed given. : Discussion : Coconut. Okra 4 .7 Relate characteristics of seeds and fruits to the ways they are dispersed. Study the characteristics of the coconut. 2. Survival of the species : 2.Activity Code Learning Area Learning Objective Learning Outcomes : 5/1/2/2.2 Understanding that different plants have their own ways to ensure the survival of their species.2.
Coconut (SPS4-C1. Discussion : (a) Give an example of fruit or seed that has the same way of dispersal as i) Shorea ii) Coconut iii) Rambutan iv) Coconut 3.C2) 2. Shorea Characteristics Ways of dispersal 2.1. Lady’s finger 4.C3) (SMS3-C1.C3) : _________________________ : _________________________ : _________________________ : _________________________ (SPS4-C3) 5 . Observation : Type of fruit or seed 1. Conclusion : _________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ (SPS4-C4) (SMS2-C1. Rambutan 3.
2. 3.2 Understanding a series circuit and a parallel circuit. 2. 5.Activity Code Learning Area Learning Objective Learning Outcomes Method Apparatus : 5/3/2/2. two bulb. Turn on the switch and observe the brightness of the bulb. Make a complete circuit to form a series circuit as shown in the electric circuit diagram below. 6 . Record your observation. Turn on the switch and observe the brightness of the bulb. : Experimenting : A battery.6 Compare the brightness of the bulbs in a series and a paralleled circuit. Change the series circuit to parallel circuit. Electricity : 2. 4. The picture below shows a parallel circuit. wires and switch Steps 1.2/6 : 2. : 2.
C2. Observation : Type of circuit Series Parallel Brightness of bulb 2. Discussion : (a) What to change : _________________________________ (b) What to observe : _________________________________ (c) State a reason why the bulb in series circuit is dimmer.C2.C3. ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ 3.C4) (SMS1C1.C3. Conclusion : ____________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________ (SPS6CI.C4) 7 .1.
5 : 3. Switch on the torch and look at the shadow on the white screen.1. 3.5 Design a fair test to find out what factors cause the shape of a shadow to change by deciding what to keep the same. 4.what to change and what to observe.Activity Code Learning Area Learning Objective Learning Outcomes Method Apparatus : 5/2/3/3. what to change and what to observe. Steps 1. Light : 3.1 Understanding that light travels in a straight line. Observe the size of the shadow and record. 8 . Move the wooden block nearer to the light. 3. 5. Move the wooden block further away from the light. : Experimenting : Torch. Place the wooden block between the torch and the white screen. Record the size of the shadow.1. 2.1/4.4 Design a fair test to find out what cause the size of a shadow to change by deciding what to keep the same. : 3. white screen and wooden block.
C3.C3.C4) ii What to observe : _________________________ (b) State a relationship between what to change and what to Observe.C4) (SPS7-C1. __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ 9 .1.C2.C2.C4) (SMS2-C2. Using torch light.C2. Discussion : (a) State i.C5.C3. draw the size of the shadow that you have observe.C4. C3.C4) (SMS3C1. wooden block and white screen.C2.C4) (SMS5-C2.C6) (SMS1C1. What to change : _________________________ (SPS5C1. (a) Distance of wooden block from the light source 50 cm 100 cm Size of shadow (b) What can you observe? __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ 2.
1/3 : 4.Activity Code Learning Area Learning Objective Learning Outcomes Method Apparatus : 5/2/4/4. bunsen burner.C2.C3) 1. 2. Read the temperature every two minutes and record the result in the table below. 3.1 Understanding that temperature is an indicator of degree of hotness : 4. Heat the water in the beaker. Turn off the Bunsen burner and read the temperature every two minutes while the water cools. Place a thermometer in the water. beaker.C3.C3) 10 . Record the result in the table below. Pour 250ml of water into a beaker. Make sure the end of the thermometer does not touch the bottom of the beaker.1. 5. Heat : 4. Discussion : (a) State … i) what is kept the same : _______________________ ii) what is changed : _______________________ iii) what is observed : _______________________ 2.C2.3 Measure temperature using the correct technique. 4. The result : Time (minute) 0 Water temperature (◦C) Water being heated 2 4 6 8 Water left to cool 10 12 14 (SPS3C1.C4) (SMS4C1.C2. Steps : 1. The conclusion : (a) When water being heated : ___________________________ (b) When water is cooled : ___________________________ (SPS6-C3) (SPS3-C4) (SMS1C1. : Experiment : 250 ml of water. thermometer.
Observe the materials given. 3. Identify which object are solids. liquid or gas : 1.1/3 : 1. cooking oil. Steps : 1. Classify these objects into solid. Paper 6.1 Understanding that matter exist in the form of solid. Put a tick ( √ ) in the correct column to show the state of matter. State of Matter : 1.1 Classify objects and materials into three states of matter. __________ or _________. State of matter Object / Material 1. Deflated balloon 3. stone. 2. Milk Solid Liquid Gas The result : Matter (SPS2-C1.1. (SPS4-C3) 11 . Inflated balloon 2. : Field Study : Inflated balloon. deflated balloon. liquids and gases.Activity Code Learning Area Learning Objective Learning Outcomes Method Apparatus : 5/3/4/4. Cooking Oil 5. which are liquids and which are gases. milk and paper. 4.C3) Gas Solid Liquid (SMS2-C2. Stone 4.C2.C4) Conclusion : Matter exists in the form of ____________.
(SPS5C1.3. (b) Ask a friend to switch on a torch and shine it on the ball.C3. The result : Draw the shape of the ball from the beginning until the end of your Observation. : Field Study.3/3 : The Earth. The Moon And The Sun.3 Understanding The Phases Of The Moon. : 2. Simulation activity: (a) Hold a ball high up.C3) 1 Conclusion : The phases of the Moon are caused by __________________________ __________________________________________________________ 2 3 4 5 6 12 .Activity Code Learning Area Learning Objective Learning Outcomes Method Apparatus Steps : 1. (c) Draw your findings of the shape ball every time the ball that you hold goes around another friend. : 5/4/2. : Ball and Torch.C4) (SMS3-C1. : 2.C2.3 Describe The Phases Of The Moon .
scissors and newspaper Steps : 1. Use masking tape to hold two cups together and four cups together. The stability of an object depends on its ___________________ and ___________________________. Continue fanning until one of them falls.2/4 : Strength And Stability.C2. 5. 1. 3. : Understanding The Strength And Stability Of A Structure : Explain how height affects stability. 4.Activity Code Learning Area Learning Objective Learning Outcomes Method Apparatus : 5/5/1. masking tapes. What is the relationship between the height and the stability of the structure ? _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ Conclusion. Place the two structures near each other on a table.C4) (SMS4-C2) (SMS5-C1) 13 . 2.C3. Which structure falls first ? _____________________________________________. : Experimenting. Observation. : 6 plastic cups. Use newspapers to fan the structures. 2. What to : (a) change : ____________________________________ (b) measure : ___________________________________ 3. (SPS6C1. Record your observation .
Cut an orange. C3. C2) 3. orange.1 Identify acidic. 2. Type of substances a) Orange b) Cooking oil c) Sugar solution d) Coffee e) Bitter gourd juice f) Tamarind juice Observation Taste (SPS 4(C1. sugar solution. 4.1 Understanding the properties of acidic. bitter gourd juice. Then taste all the substances . Then use blue litmus paper and observe colour change.) Observation. 2. tamarind juice Steps : 1. Repeat the above activity using other substances. Acid and Alkali. C4) (SMS4-C1. 2. 3. alkaline or neutral substances based on your observation Substances Acidic Neutral Alkaline SPS 2 (C 1. Record your finding in the table below. alkaline and neutral substances using litmus paper. : 2. : Blue litmus paper. Coffee. Record your observation .2 Identify the taste of acidic and alkaline food.1. Put a litmus paper on the cut of the surface of the orange and observe the colour changed. cooking oil. red litmus paper. Conclusion: ______________________________________________________ 14 . : 2.1/1& 2 : 2.1.Activity Code Learning Area Learning Objective Learning Outcomes Method Apparatus : 5/3/2/2. : Experimenting.C2) (SMS5-C1. Complete the substances acidic. alkaline and neutral substances. C2.
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