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THEME : Learning About Living Things

Learning Area: 1. Living Things and Non-living Things

Weeks / Learning Learning Outcomes Suggested Learning Scientific Vocabulary

Date Objectives Activities Skills

1 Pupils should learn : Pupils :

4–8  make a list of things they Pupils walk around the school Observing living things
JANUARY 1.1 to make observation see. compound and list the things that Classifying non-living things
and they see. Communicating grows
use the observation to  group what they see into Making inferences food
2 group things into living living things and non- Pupils group them into living things water
11 – 15 things and non-living living things. and non-living things. breathe
JANUARY things  record the groups in the move
form of a table. produce

3 Pupils should learn :  State the characteristics Pupils give reasons why they say Observing living things
18 – 22 of living things i.e.: something is a living thing e.g it Communicating non-living things
JANUARY 1.1 to make observation - they need food needs food and water, it breathes, it grows
and and water moves, it grows and it can produce food
use the observation to - they breathe young. water
4 group things into living - they can move breathe
25 – 29 things and non-living - they grow move
JANUARY things - they can produce
produce young
26-28 Ujian Bulanan
JANUARI Bil. 1/2010
 recognize humans, Pupils look at the grouping that they
5 animals ands plants as did earlier. Pupils redo their
1–5 living things. grouping based on the
FEBRUARY characteristics of living things.

Pupils watch videos of animals

eating, moving, growing and
producing young.

Learning Area: 2. Ourselves

Weeks / Learning Learning Outcomes Suggested Learning Scientific Vocabulary

Date Objectives Activities Skills

6 Pupils should learn : Pupils :

8 – 12  State that they need to Pupils talk about what will happen if Observing rice
FEBRUARY 2.1 that they need food and eat and drink to stay they do not eat and drink for a few Making Inferences fish
water to stay alive. alive. days. Communicating chicken

15 – 16 CUTI TAHUN BARU CINA  List some of the different Pupils list the food that they eat for Making Inferences rice
FEBRUARY kinds of food that they breakfast or lunch over one week. Communicating fish
eat. Observing chicken
7 2.2 that they need to eat eggs
17 – 19 different kinds of food meat
FEBRUARY to be healthy. vegetables
8  Present the list of food Pupils present the list of food they
22 – 26 they eat in the form of a eat in a week in the form of a
FEBRUARY pictograph and say what pictograph.
this shows e.g. the food
that is eaten most. Pupils talk about what the
pictograph shows e.g, the food that
is eaten the most in one week.

9 2.2 that they need to eat  Recognize that they Pupils talk about the importance of Making Inferences rice
1–5 different kinds of food to need to eat different eating different foods to stay Communicating fish
MARCH be healthy. foods to stay healthy. healthy. Observing chicken
Using space- time eggs
10  State the kinds of food Pupils talk about food that : relationship meat
8 – 12 that : a) gives energy, e.g, rice,
MARCH vegetables
- Give energy b) bread fruits
- Help you grow c) helps you grow, e.g, fish, healthy
- Help you stay chicken
healthy d) helps you stay healthy, e.g,
fruits, vegetables


15 – 19
12 2.3 that we grow and  Describe changes in Pupils look at photographs of Making Inferences taller
22 – 26 change as we grow themselves since birth. themselves since birth to the Communicating crawling
MARCH older. present. Observing walking
• State that they grow in Using space- time running
height, size and weight. Pupils suggest ways in which they relationship jumping
13 have changed since they were talking
29 MARCH- born. size
Pupils talk about how they might weight
29-31 Ujian Bulanan change as they grow older.
MARCH Bil. 2/2010
Pupils compare clothes and shoes
which were worn when they were
younger to the clothes and shoes
14 they wear now.
APRIL Pupils compare fingerprints/
footprints among members of their

Pupils compare records of their

weight and height from birth to the
Learning Area: 3. Animals

Weeks / Learning Learning Outcomes Suggested Learning Scientific Vocabulary

Date Objectives Activities Skills

15 Pupils should learn : Pupils :

12 – 16  State that animals need Pupils bring some pets or pictures Observing food
APRIL 3.1 what animals need to food, water and air to of pets to the classroom. They talk Making Inferences water
live. stay alive. about what the pets need to stay air

16 3.2 the different kinds of  List the foods eaten by Pupils discuss the needs of different Observing plants
19 – 23 food that animals eat. some animals. animals. Communicating grass
APRIL leaves
 State that some Pupils watch videos of animals seeds
animals : eating. They list the names of the animals
17 eat plants animals and the food they eat. meat
26 – 30 eat other animals
APRIL - eat plants and other Pupils visit a zoo at feeding time to
animals observe what animals eat.

18 3.3 that animals grow. Pupils are given a set of pictures of Observing calf
3–7  State that animals grow animals from baby to adult. chick
May in size and weight. Using space-time duckling
 State that animals Pupils arrange them in order from relationship kitten
change as they grow. baby to adult.
19  Identify baby animals
10 – 14 May that look like their Pupils match pictures of animals to
parents. their babies.

 Identify baby animals Pupils listen to stories accompanied

20 that do not look like their by pictures about animals changing
17 – 21 May parents. as they grow, e.g, The Ugly
 Describe in what ways
the baby animals are Pupils keep tadpoles to observe the
different from their changes from tadpoles to frogs.
Pupils record the changes from
tadpoles to frogs..

Pupils visit a butterfly farm to

observe the different stages of
growth of a butterfly from egg to


4 June


7 – 18 June
Learning Area: 4. Plants

Weeks / Learning Learning Outcomes Suggested Learning Scientific Vocabulary

Date Objectives Activities Skills

25 Pupils should learn : Pupils : Pupils grow plants from seeds, e.g, Making Inferences Taller
21 – 25  Measure a specific beans. They water the plants using Communicating Bigger
June 4.1 that plants need the volume of water. different volumes of water. Observing More
correct amount of water for Measuring and using
healthy growth.  Observe and measure Pupils observe plants growing and numbers
26 the growing plants. measure them.
28 June – 2
July Pupils record the height and the
 Record the observation
in a chart. number of leaves of the growing

27 4.2 that flowering plants  State that plants need Pupils compare the plants getting Observing Fruit
4–9 produce seeds which grow water to grow but to the correct amount of water to that Measuring and using Seeds
July into new plants. much water may kill of getting too much water. numbers
them. Communicating
Pupils observe a plant bearing Observing
 Recognize that flowering fruits,
28 plants produce seeds e.g, balsam plant. They cut open
12 – 16 which can grow into new the fruits to look at the seeds.
July plants.
Match seeds to plants, e.g, balsam,
 Identify seeds and the papaya, rubber, tomato
29 plants.
19 – 23
30 Ujian Bulanan
26 – 30 July Bil.3/2010

THEME : Learning About The World Around Us

Learning Area: 1. Long or Short

Weeks / Learning Learning Outcomes Suggested Learning Scientific Vocabulary

Date Objectives Activities Skills

31 Pupils should learn : Pupils : Pupils look at two objects to Observing taller
2– 6  State which object is compare their lengths or heights. Measuring and using longer
August 1.1 to observe and longer or taller numbers shorter
compare lengths. Communicating straw
Pupils look at pictures of objects to string
compare their lengths or heights.

Pupils compare their heights by

standing next to each other.

Pupils suggest ways to measure the

length or height of an object.
32 Pupils should learn:  Describe ways to Pupils measure length or height Observing taller
9 – 13 measure length. using non-standard tools e.g, using Measuring and using longer
August 1.2 to measure length using  Measure the length of an a straw, a piece of string etc. numbers shorter
non-standard tools. object using a non- Communicating straw
standard tool. string
33  Record the length or Pupils record the length or height of
16 – 20 an object in non-standard
height of an object in
August measurement e.g, two straws long.
measurement in a table.
Pupils compare their heights by
using non-standard measurement.

Learning Area: 2. The Magic of Batteries

Weeks / Learning Learning Outcomes Suggested Learning Scientific Vocabulary

Date Objectives Activities Skills

34 Pupils should learn : Pupils :

23 – 27  Identify things that use Pupils discuss in groups and make Observing batteries
August 2.1 about things that use batteries. a list of things that use batteries. Communicating toys
batteries. radio
 List things that use Pupils are given pictures / video torchlight
batteries. and are asked to identify the things
in the pictures that use batteries.
35 2.2 How to use a battery  Are able to use a battery Pupils are given a battery and are Observing batteries
30 Aug – correctly. asked to insert the battery into an Communicating toys
3 Sept.  Recognize that a battery alarm clock or a toy. Making inferences radio
needs to be inserted Pupils observe the change to the torchlight
correctly for it to alarm clock or toy when the battery function
function. is inserted. alarm clock
 Describe how to insert a Pupils observe what happens if the
battery correctly. battery is reversed.


6 – 10 Sept.

37 2.3 how to make a  Are able to draw their Pupils draw possible ways of Observing batteries
13 – 17 complete circuit. working circuit and connecting a battery, wire and a Communicating toys
Sept explain their drawing. bulb to make the bulb light up. Making inferences radio
 Are able to make a Pupils test their drawing by building circuit
38 complete circuit using a their circuit. light up
20 – 24 battery, wire and a bulb.
Sept. Pupils draw and explain what they
did to make the bulb light up.

39 Ujian Bulanan
27 Sept- Bil.4/2010
Learning Area: 3. Mixing Things

Weeks / Learning Learning Outcomes Suggested Learning Scientific Vocabulary

Date Objectives Activities Skills

Pupils should learn : Pupils : Pupils are given materials such as Observing water
40  Are able to recognize sugar, salt, coffee, flour, pepper and Classifying salt
4-8 October 3.1 that some materials can that some materials can sand. Communicating sugar
dissolve in water and some dissolve in water. Making inferences coffee
cannot. Predicting pepper
 Record their observation Pupils are asked to add a glass of Experimenting curry powder
in a table. water to each of the materials and dissolve
stir It.

Pupils are asked to observe and

state their observation.

Pupils check their observation by:

a) tasting the solutions
b) filtering the solutions.
Learning Area: 4. Push and Pull

Weeks / Learning Learning Outcomes Suggested Learning Scientific Vocabulary

Date Objectives Activities Skills

41 Pupils should learn : Pupils : Pupils are given a variety of Observing push
11-15  Describe what they did materials ,e.g, plasticine, sponge, Experimenting pull
October 4.1 that pushing and pulling to change the shape of dough. Communicating twist
can change the shape of materials. stretch
objects. Pupils are asked to change the squeeze
shape of the materials and describe faster
the action they used to do so, e.g. slower
pull, twist, stretch. direction
Pupils say whether each action is a
push or a pull e.g, stretching is a
pull, squeezing is a push.

42 4.2 that pushing and pulling  Describe what they did Pupils are given a toy car or a ball Experimenting push
18-22 can make things speed up, to make things speed and asked to make it move faster, Communicating pull
October slow down or change up, slow down or change slower or change direction, e.g, the Measuring and using twist
direction. direction. car moves faster when I push it numbers stretch
harder. Prediction squeeze
Making Inferences faster

43 4.3 to make prediction and  Predict which toy car will Pupils are given toy cars of different Experimenting push
25-29 to test them. travel the furthest. sizes and are asked to predict Communicating pull
October which car will travel the furthest. Measuring and using twist
 Measure distance in numbers stretch
appropriate units. Pupils test their predictions by Prediction squeeze
making the toy cars move and faster
measuring the distance traveled by slower
 Suggest and give each car in standard or non- direction
reasons whether the standard measurement.
comparison is fair.
Pupils discuss whether their
comparison is fair ,e.g, I pushed the
big toy car harder so the
comparison is not fair.



46 Revised all the topic that students had learned in the curriculum specification Science Year Two
15-19 Nov

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