Kingdom Animalia: Phylum Mollusca

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Living Things: Animal Tracks

Haris paling suka ni. Identify animal tracks. Read:   Animal tracks: Preschool and kindergarten science activities  Watch: Curious George on Animal Tracks Games: Track Quiz for Beginners  Tracking Game More links: Usborne Quicklinks to lots of animal tracks related Animal Track Final at Animal Network

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Sorting & Classifying Organisms

Week 2 of Science Day 1 I printed our own 3-part cards of all sorts of animals. *Tiada bukti gambar* Minta Haris susun gambar-gambar yang tiada nama, dan lepas tu minta dia letak nama yang dia tahu di bawah gambar-gambar tadi. Mana yang dia tak […]

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Living & Non-Living Things

Mula dengan cerita tentang benda hidup dan bukan hidup. Tengok keliling dalam rumah dan tanya yang mana he thinks living and non-living. Since the only living things around us, is us, it was pretty easy, lol. Told him that we need to eat, drink dan […]

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Living and Non-Living (Lesson Plan)

Science Week 1 Day 1 1. Take a walk outside. Explain there’re living and non-living things around us. Pick things up along the way. 2. Living things need food, water and air and they reproduce. They move (trees and alike move when growing) 3. Jotted […]

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Fire Safety

  DAY 1 What is Fire and What Makes Fire? Need: 3 candles, match, playdoh, spray bottle with water, 1 metal tray, 1 mason jar. What is fire? Api ialah proses oksidasi pantas menghasil-kan cahaya, haba, asap, dan hasil tindak balas kimia seperti karbon dioksida dan air. Related Video: Upin Api […]

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Experiment with Egg

Since I have a hard-boiled egg in the refrigerator, I thought that maybe we should try doing the bouncing ball experiment. While we’re at it, why not try the Naked Egg experiment! Then, we tested the strength of the shell by trying to squeeze the […]

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