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2. C2 SMS 1 / C1.Activity Code Learning Area Learning Objective Learning Outcomes Method Apparatus Materials : 3/1/1.4 Explain similarities and differences between animals based on table : Field study : Magnifying glass. Table 1 External features Animals SPS 1 / C1. C3. Observe the picture of the animals given.1 Identify external features of animals 1. CD Courseware Steps 1.1/1 : 1. Record the external features of the animals in table given.1. List out the external features of each animal. model of animals : Pictures of animals. C2. 3.1 To observe and recognize external features of animals : 1.1/4 3/1/1. C2 SMS 2 / C1. Animals : 1.1. C2 hair fur feathers scales Two legs Four legs horns tail wings beak claws fins 2 . C4 SMS 5 / C1.

C3 SMS 2 / C1. C4 SMS 5 / C1. 5. tail and horn fur. tail and claws GROUP C feathers. C2.4. Record your observations. Classify the animals according to the groups. four legs. C2 . two legs and beak GROUP D fin. State the similarities and differences among the animals. C2. tail and no legs 3 SPS 2 / C1. C3. 5. GROUP A GROUP B four legs.

Record your observations. C3.1. CD Courseware Learning Area Learning Objective Learning Outcomes Method Apparatus Materials Steps 1. pictures of plants.1/4 : 1.Activity Code : 3/1/1. C2 External features ( Put a √ in the column ) Surface of leaves Name of plant Colour of leaves long irregular oval yellow red green Dull and rough Shiny and smooth Non-flowering flowering Soft stem Woody stem 4 Shapes of leaves SMS 2 / C1.1. 2. List out the external features of each plant. Observe the picture of the plants around your school. Plants : 1.1/1 3/1/1. C2 .1 Identify external features of plants 1. C4 SMS 5 / C1.4 Explain similarities and differences between plants based on the table : Field study : Magnifying glass : Real plants. 3. C2.1 To observe and recognize external features of plants : 1. SPS 1 / C1.

5. C3 . shorter higher highest 5 SPS 1 / C3 SMS 3 / C1.4. Choose any three of the plants above. Draw the plants from the shorter to the highest according to the sequence. C2.

Predict which spoon will be attracted by a magnet 3. iron nail. Record your observation in the table below. cotton hand kerchief. one cent coin. steel thumb-tack. steel spoon. rubber band. You are given four types of spoon 2. copper wire and aluminum foil Step 1 1. plastic spoon and aluminum spoon. glass marble. plastic bottle. Use all the apparatus to find out whether your prediction are correct 4. Repeat the above fair test above using different objects given as in the table Material Attracted by a magnet Not attracted by a magnet Plastic bottle Rubber band Glass marble Steel thumb-tack SPS 1/C1/C2 SMS 1/C1/C2/C3/ C4 SMS 5/CI/C2 Iron nail Cotton handkerchief One cent coin Paper Copper wire Aluminum foil 6 . paper. wooden spoon.3 / 2 : Magnets : That magnets attract some materials : Record their findings in a table : Fair test ( Experiment ) : Magnets.Activity Code Learning Area Learning Objective Learning Outcomes Method Apparatus : 3 / 2 / 1. Material Attracted Not attracted by by a magnet a magnet SPS 1/C1/C2 SMS 1/C1/C2/C3/ C4 SMS 5/C1/C2 Step 2 1. Tick the correct answer.

4 / 1 : Magnet : Magnets have different strengths : Compare the strength of the different magnet : Experimenting : Bar magnet. U-shaped magnet . 2. Which magnet can attract the most paper clips ? _______________________________________________________ 3. Place a paper clip at the end of the bar magnet. Repeat step 1 to 5 with different type of magnet. 3. Continue doing this until the magnet cannot hold paper clips anymore. 7. Arrange the magnet from the strongest magnet to the weakest magnet according to the sequence ? _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ 7 SPS 1 / C3 SMS 1 / C1/ C2 / C3 / C4 SMS 5 / C1 / C2 . ring magnet. Which magnet can attract the least paper clips ? _______________________________________________________ 2. horseshoe magnet and paper clips Steps 1 1. cylindrical magnet. answer the questions below : 1.Activity Code Learning Area Learning Objective Learning Outcomes Method Apparatus : 3 / 2 / 1. circular magnet. Hold a bar magnet firmly. 6. 5. Place another paper clip at the end of the first paper clip 4. Record your findings in the table below Type of magnet Number of paper clips Bar magnet Cylindrical magnet Circular magnet Ring magnet U-shaped magnet Horseshoe magnet Based on your findings. Count the number of paper clips that the bar magnet can hold.

Repeat the experiment by changing the number of bulb and using a single batteries. 7. Circuit Bright Dim Dimmer 1 Bulb 2 Bulbs 3 Bulbs 8. Design a circuit that makes the bulb dimmer. 6. C2. 2 pieces of wires. 2. 2 batteries ii.C2. Method : Fair test Apparatus : 3 batteries. a bulb. Design a circuit that makes the bulb light up brighter. Record your observation in the table. C2 1 Battery SPS 2 / C1. C4 SMS 3 / C1.Activity Code : 3 / 2 / 2. Arrange the brightness of the bulb from the brightest to the dimmest according to the sequence. 3. 3 batteries 4. Draw your circuit in the space provided . Steps : 1.C2 3 Batteries 5. Record your observation in a table. _____________________________________________________ 8 .C2 SMS 5 / C1. by using : i. a bulb holder . Repeat the step 1. Circuit With Bright Brighter Brightest SPS 1 / C1. C3 2 Batteries SMS 1 / C1.1 / 2&6 Learning Area : Electricity Learning Objective: How to make a bulb in a circuit brighter or dimmer Learning Outcome : a. Connect each wire to the battery and the bulb holder. b. Record your observation in the table below.

Draw your circuit in the space provided 9. State your conclusion from your observations by changing i. number of batteries ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ii. number of bulbs ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ 9 .8.

2 pieces of wire. wooden ruler. C4 SMS 3 / C1. SPS 1 / C1. nail. Material Bulb Light Up ( Conductor ) Bulb Does Not Light Up ( Non– Conductor ) Paper Clip 10 . a bulb holder. metal spoon. C3 SMS 1 / C1. eraser key.2 That some materials conduct electricity :Build a circuit to test which material conduct electricity Method :Experimenting Apparatus : 2 batteries. 10 cent coin (Note : Teacher can use other material that’s are suitable) Steps 1. plastic glass. a bulb. C2 SPS 2 / C1. Then connect at the end of the wires with paper clip. Material : rubber band. thumb tack. plastic ruler. aluminum can . Record your observation in the table below. plastic spoon. pencil lead. Build a complete circuit by using apparatus provided given. straw. 2.C2 SMS 5 / C1.C2 3. Repeat step 2 using other materials that list up in the table.C2. handkerchief . 4. 5.Activity Code Learning Area Learning Objective Learning Outcomes : 3 / 2 / 2. Draw the circuit in the space provided.2 / 2 :Electricity :2. C2.

conductor __________________________________________________ 5.2. non– conductor __________________________________________________________ 11 . State your conclusion based on your finding below by defining what is 5.1.Material Bulb Light Up (Conductor) Bulb Does Not Light Up (Non– Conductor/Insulator) 5.