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P3 Science – Classification topic

This science revision note aims to help your child

– understand flow charts

– identify the relevant characteristics

– Write out your answers clearly.

This article is suitable for P3 and P4 students

P3 Science – Classification topic

Living and Non-Living Things

This science revision note aims to help your child

– classify living and non-living things (what characteristics to look out for?)

– Identify the relevant characteristics

– proper scientific keywords to explain the concepts clearly.

This article is suitable for P3 and P4 students

Common Mistakes on Forces

In this article,

1) learn the MUST KNOW Sentence structures relating to forces.

2) Spot these mistakes and do not commit them in your open-ended questions.

This article is suitable for P6 students

Understand Forces Diagrams

In this article,

1) visualise how different forces interact with the object.

2) Learn the explanation.

3) Apply the same concept to various examples.

There are 3 questions for your child to try out. 🙂

This article is suitable for P6 students

Energy Conversion
The Basic Answering Technique

Scientific keywords are not enough to secure full marks in science open-ended questions.

Your child needs to adopt the proper scientific phrasing.

This science revision note aims to help your child get the proper answering technique for energy conversion.

This article is suitable for P5 and P6 students

Common Mistakes on Energy

In this article,

1) learn the MUST KNOW Science knowledge relating to energy conversion

2) Understand the conceptual errors

This article is suitable for P6 students

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Challenging question on energy conversion

Find out how examiners test your understanding of energy conversion topic.

What are the clues you should look out for in this question?

What is the correct scientific thinking process?

Read this article to find out.

This article is suitable for P6 students

Energy Conversion
Elastic Potential Energy to Kinetic Energy

This science revision note helps your child

– identify the energy conversion taking place

– Write out the answer using the proper scientific keywords.

– Learn how to combine the frictional force and the energy conversion concepts in this question.

This article is suitable for P6 students.

Water Cycles and Changes in State

Explain Condensation Process

This science revision note aims to help your child explain the condensation process using proper scientific keywords.

This article is suitable for P5 and P6 students

Water Cycle and Changes in State

Which Side does Condensation Take Place?

How are water droplets formed?

Which side of a cooler surface do you see water droplets?

(Apply the science concept of condensation  to answer the questions)

This article is suitable for P5 and P6 students

Matter and its Three states

Calculations

You know the properties of air very well.

Let’s check your understanding on the properties of matter.

This article is suitable for P4, P5 and P6 students.

 

Matter and its Three states

Properties of Gas

This science revision note aims to help your child

– identify the correct setup based on the properties of the air

– proper scientific keywords to explain the concepts clearly.

This article is suitable for P4, P5 and P6 students.

Matter and its Three States

Which Side Does the Ink Drop Move?

This science revision note aims to help your child

– understand what happens to the gases in each container. Which concept must you apply?

– Predict what happens to the ink drop. 

– proper scientific keywords to explain the concepts clearly.

This article is suitable for P4, P5 and P6 students.

Light and Shadow

To score this topic, you have to visualise how the size of the shadow change as you move objects, torches or the screen around.

There is a question inside to check your understanding on this. 🙂

This article is suitable for P4, P5 and P6 students.

Light and Shadow

(Apply the correct rules)

Not all situations use the same set of rules

Which situation is that?

Let your child discover this today

This article is suitable for P4, P5 and P6 students.

Elastic spring graphs

In this article, your child is required to understand the relationship in a line graph.

Your child will also need to compare the different line graphs and determine his or her answer.

There is a twist behind this question. Does your child know the explanation? 🙂

This article is suitable for P5 and P6 students.

How plants transport food and water

How Plants Transport Food and Water

Remember the proper explanation for the plant transport system.

Take note of the common misconceptions.

This article is suitable for P5 and P6 students.

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What happens when we cut the plant tubes

After you’ve understood the proper explanations on plant transport systems,

Let’s explore the main types of exam questions.

Take note of how the answering techniques are used in section B.

This article is suitable for P5 and P6 students.

Reproduction in Plants

Pollination and Fertilisation Concepts

This science revision note aims to guide your child

– understand how flowers are pollinated and fertilised.

– proper scientific keywords to explain the concepts clearly.

This article is suitable for P5 and P6 students.

Reproduction in Plants

Seed Dispersal Diagram

Examiners like to test the concept of seed dispersal.

This revision note includes:
– the must-know characteristics of the fruits or seeds.
– take note of the proper answering techniques for this topic.

This article is suitable for P5 and P6 students.

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Electricity Topic

Series and Parallel Circuits

In P5 and P6, you need to learn how arrangement of bulbs and batteries affect the brightness of the bulb.

This revision notes list all the common situations. Revise them before the exams.

What is the proper answering technique to explain the brightness of the bulb?

Read this article to find out more.

This article is suitable for P5 and P6 students.

Circulatory and Respiratory Systems
Study the Diagram

This science revision note helps your child to

– interpret the diagram representing the circulatory system (your child must identify oxygen-rich or oxygen-poor blood in different parts of the human circulatory system)

– how to write out the answer using the proper scientific keywords.

Read this article to find out more.

This article is suitable for P5 and P6 students.

Circulatory and Respiratory Systems

Comparing Line Graphs

This science revision note helps your child to

– understand the techniques to interpret line graphs and

– how to write out the answer using the proper keywords.

Read this article to find out more.

This article is suitable for P5 and P6 students.

Living Together Topic

Experiment – Types of Soil

On the topic of living together, your child is required to know how organisms are adapted to certain living conditions.

Study this question to understand which soil should you choose for the cactus plant to grow healthily.

This article is suitable for P6 students.

Living Together And

Energy in Food Topics

This science revision note aims to help your child

– understand how floating plants affect the survival of other organisms. Which concepts must you use?

– proper scientific keywords to explain the concepts clearly.

This article is suitable for P6 students.

Adaptations - Plants in a garden

Adaptations Topic

Choosing the Right Concepts

This science revision note aims to help your child

– identify the correct concepts

– proper scientific keywords to explain the concepts clearly.

This article is more suitable for P6 students. Some concepts in this note are relevant for P5 students

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Cells Topic

Explain the function of that cell part 

This science revision note aims to help your child

– identify the relevant cell part

– proper scientific keywords to explain the concepts clearly.

This article is suitable for P5 and P6 students.

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Cells Topic

What Happens When a Cell Part is Removed?

This science revision note aims to help your child

– Understand the difference between the cell wall and cell membrane

– Predict and explain what happens when a cell part is removed.

This article is suitable for P5 and P6 students.

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