❤I've been used to reserving myself. Only by doing this won't I get hurt when I'm leaving.❤
❤No matter what have happened and whether you are ready or not, every next moment is gonna be a brand new start.❤
❤Whatever you do, remember that you do it for yourself, then you will not complain.❤
❤If you get tired one day, you will see my smile as long as you turn around.❤

Sunday, 30 October 2011

Unit 5 Materials - Lesson 4

Lesson 4 Fantastic Materials

Different types of materials allow different amount of light to pass through.

  •  A transparent material allows light to pass through. 

  • A translucent material allows some light to pass through. 

  • An opaque material does not allow any light to pass through. 

Quick Check :
Do you think it is a good idea to live in a glass house?
Discuss it with your friends. 

Unit 5 Materials - Lesson 3

Lesson 3 Conductors Or Insulators

Materials that conduct electricity are called conductors of electricity. Copper is a metal which conducts electricity. 

You have already learnt about conductors and non-conductors in Year 3. Can you name two conductors and two non-conductors? 

  •  Metals that conduct heat are called heat conductors. An example of a heat conductor is steel. 

  • Materials that do not conduct electricity are called insulators. Plastic materials are insulators of electricity. 

Friday, 28 October 2011

Unit 5 Materials - Lesson 2

Lesson 2 Properties Of Materials

Can I squeeze out water from stones? I need to revise my Year 3 work on materials that absorb water. 
Different materials have different properties. 

  • Objects made of metal conduct heat. They also conduct electricity

  • Objects made of wood float on water. 

Unit 5 Materials - Lesson 1

Lesson 1 Materials Around You

We can group objects around us according to the materials they are made from. Can you group them?

We use different types of materials in our everyday life. Can you name them?

  •  We make bricks, cups, pots and tiles from clay. 

  •  We use leather to make shoes and bags. 

Tuesday, 25 October 2011

Soalan Unit 4

  1.  Calculate the area of the diagram shown

                                    12 cm

  3 cm

            A         9 cm²
            B         12 cm²
            C         34 cm²
            D         36 cm²

  2.  Which of the following statement is true about the mass of an object?

A         Smaller objects have more mass
B         The mass of an object is not related to the size.
C         The mass of an object is not affected by the gravity.
D         The mass of an object is measured in gram or kilogram.

  3.  Which of following pairs are true about the type of measurement and their units?

Cubic meter
Square meter

            A         I and II only                             C         I, II, and IV only
            B         II and III only                           D         I, II, III and IV

Unit 4 Measurements

  • Millimetre, centimetre, metre and kilometre are the standard units for length. 
  • To read the measurement accurately, the eyes must be level with the mark to be read.
  • Square millimetre, square centimetre, square metre and square kolimetre are the standard units for area.
  • The area of a square or rectangle can be calculated by multiplying the length and the width.
  • Cubic millimetre, cubic centimetre, cubic metre are the standard units for volume.
  • The volume of a cube or cuboid can be obtained by multiplying the length, the width and the height.

Saturday, 22 October 2011

Soalan Unit 3

  1. What special characteristic does a pangolin have to protect itself from enemies?

              A         Has a hard shell
              B        Has hard scales
              C        Has sharp claws
              D        Has a bad smell

     2.  What special characteristics do these plants have   
          to protect them from danger?
              A        Fine hair
              B       Thorns
              C        Latex
              D        Hard stem

Thursday, 20 October 2011

Unit 3 Protection - Note

  • Different animals have different special characteristics and behaviours to protect themselves from danger and enemies.
  • Animals that live in very hot regions have special characteristics and behaviours. Animals that live in very cold regions also have their own special characteristics and behaviours.
  • Different plants protect themselves from enemies by having different special characteristics.
  • Some plants produce latex which is bitter and sticky. Some plants have thorns on their stems, leaves and fruits. Some plants have fine hairs which can cause itchiness to humans and animals. Some types of mushrooms and yam plants are poisonous.
  • Cactus plants can live in dry regions because they have thick stems which store water. Their leaves are reduced to fine thorns to prevent excessive loss of water. They have long roots to absorb water from the soil.
  • Plants that live in strong windy areas have strong and flexible stems. 

Monday, 17 October 2011

Unit 3 Protection - Lesson 5

Lesson 5 Adaptation To Nature 

A desert is an example of a dry region.

  •  Cactus has needle shaped leaves so that less water is lost from plant. 
  • Thick stem to store water. 
  • Long roots, deep into the soil to get water. 

  •  The leaves are divided so that they do not break easily. This tree has a trunk that can sway with the wind. 
  • Coconut trees have strong buttress roots so that they will not be uprooted by strong winds. 

  • Mangrove have strong buttress roots so that they will not be uprooted by strong winds. 

Unit 3 Protection - Lesson 4

Lesson 4 Natural Defense In Plants

Plants have specific characteristics to protect themselves from enemies.

  •  There are fine hairs on the stems of bamboo plants. This can cause itchiness. 

  •  Mimosa plants fold their leaflets when touched. 

Sunday, 16 October 2011

Unit 3 Protection - Lesson 3

Lesson 3 Survival

You have learnt that animals have specific characteristics and behaviours to protect them from enemies and extreme weather. This enable them to survive.

Look at the pictures below. How do the animals protect themselves from their enemies and extreme weather conditions?

  • Armadillos find food at night. When they are attack by their enemies, they curl their bodies into a ball. The hard scales protect them against their enemies. 

  • Arctic foxes are able to survive changes in the weather. Their fur is brown in summer but turns into white in winter. This help them hide from their enemies. 

Saturday, 15 October 2011

Unit 3 Protection - Lesson 2

Lesson 2 Living In Extreme Weather

  • Camels have humps on their backs to store food and water. They can drink as much as 200 litres of water a day. 

  • Rhinoceroses keep their bodies cool by wallowing in mud holes. 

  •  Most desert animals rest during the day to keep away from heat. 

  •  Some desert birds make holes in cactus plants. 

  •  Desert foxes have long ears to lose heat easily. 

Thursday, 13 October 2011

How Animals Defend Themselves

Unit 3 Protection - Lesson 1

  • Malaysia's famous lizard is called "dup-dup" because it makes the sound of "dup-dup" to avoid enemies.
  • Like animals, plants also need to protect themselves from enemies, strong winds and dry regions.

Lesson 1 Protection From Danger

  • Bed bugs are smelly to keep away their enemies. 

  •  Centipedes have venomous stings that can cause pain and death to their enemies. 

Wednesday, 12 October 2011

Soalan Unit 2

           1   Which of the followings are the life processes of humans?
                 I breathing                II reproducing                III sleep              IV respond to stimuli

                A  I and III only
                B  II and III only
                C  I, II and IV only
                D  I, II, III and IV

2   We need to remove (excrete) waste materials from our bodies because the

     waste materials will

    A   make us weak.

    B   make us grow tired easilly.

    C   make us put on weight quickly.

    D   make us become unhealthy

Unit 2 Life Processes

  • Humans take in air with more oxygen when they inhale and let out air with more carbon dioxide when they exhale.
  • Humans use lungs to breathe.
  • Humans excrete sweat and urine.
  • Humans get rid of their faeces through defecation.
  • Humans respond to stimuli to protect themselves from danger or for survival.

Monday, 10 October 2011

Soalan Unit 1


Answer all questions.

Every question is followed by  four answer A, B, C and D.  Choose the correct answer. Then, blacken your answer on the answer sheet provided. The suggested time for this section is 45 minutes. If  you are unable to answer a question, proceed to the next questio

1          What are the basic needs of human beings ?

S    Food
T    Water
U   Shelter
V    Air

A   S and U only
B   T and V only
C   S, U and V only
D   S, T, U and V

Unit 1 Basic Needs

  • The basic needs of humans and animals are foods, water, air and shelter.

Thursday, 6 October 2011

~Kehidupan yang sibuk~

Sibuk membuat tugasan dan menjawap forum. Di samping itu, juga sibuk menyediakan kertas ujian sekolah dan memeriksa buku kerja anak murid. Kehidupan menjadi semakin sibuk dan berasa letih. Saya berusaha membuat dengan terbaik dan berusaha mencuba. Tetapi masa memang tidak mencukupi. Saya mula berasa letih terhadap kehidupan macam ini. 

Sunday, 2 October 2011

How To Add Songs

First, go to design

Then, add a gadget

How To Changed Background

First, Go to design--->Template Designer
Then, Choose background---> click at none---->choose your pic---->upload