Science Guide Books

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Re: Science Guide Books

Post by mystique_j » Mon Nov 12, 2018 11:44 am

Hi.. I'm planning to guide my son myself in his science next year. He will be in P3. Any recommended resources that I can use to guide him at home or any advice at all? Thank you!

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Re: Science Guide Books

Post by bestwishes » Mon Nov 12, 2018 3:20 pm

mystique_j wrote:Hi.. I'm planning to guide my son myself in his science next year. He will be in P3. Any recommended resources that I can use to guide him at home or any advice at all? Thank you!

EPH Janet's Science Worksheets, Challenging science and/or Challenging Exam papers etc

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Re: Science Guide Books

Post by lee_yl » Mon Nov 12, 2018 4:19 pm

mystique_j wrote:Hi.. I'm planning to guide my son myself in his science next year. He will be in P3. Any recommended resources that I can use to guide him at home or any advice at all? Thank you!
You can start by using the PSLE Ultimate Science guide book to coach him topic by topic. Then let him attempt the Ultimate Science Workbook on the topic learnt. Then see how it goes.

Alternatively, Science Companion (5 books in a box set) is also a good way to start for beginners.

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Re: Science Guide Books

Post by Champion » Tue Nov 13, 2018 9:10 am

lee_yl wrote:
mystique_j wrote:Hi.. I'm planning to guide my son myself in his science next year. He will be in P3. Any recommended resources that I can use to guide him at home or any advice at all? Thank you!
You can start by using the PSLE Ultimate Science guide book to coach him topic by topic. Then let him attempt the Ultimate Science Workbook on the topic learnt. Then see how it goes.

Alternatively, Science Companion (5 books in a box set) is also a good way to start for beginners.
PSLE Ultimate Science guide book

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Ultimate Science Workbook


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Science Companion (5 books in a box set)

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Re: Science Guide Books

Post by mystique_j » Tue Nov 13, 2018 2:18 pm

Thanks all! Appreciate it!


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Re: Science Guide Books

Post by bestwishes » Sun Nov 18, 2018 1:12 pm

bestwishes wrote:
mystique_j wrote:Hi.. I'm planning to guide my son myself in his science next year. He will be in P3. Any recommended resources that I can use to guide him at home or any advice at all? Thank you!
EPH Janet's Science Worksheets, Challenging science and/or Challenging Exam papers etc

For self-study at home, may use the guided practice. The image below is for UB, there shd be another one for LB (Pri3&4).

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Re: Science Guide Books

Post by purpleangel » Fri Feb 22, 2019 3:34 pm

bestwishes wrote:
bestwishes wrote:
mystique_j wrote:Hi.. I'm planning to guide my son myself in his science next year. He will be in P3. Any recommended resources that I can use to guide him at home or any advice at all? Thank you!
EPH Janet's Science Worksheets, Challenging science and/or Challenging Exam papers etc

For self-study at home, may use the guided practice. The image below is for UB, there shd be another one for LB (Pri3&4).

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Hi,
I saw these books by Janet Sim, may i check whether anyone is using it n has any reviews on it?

There are so many types n i m not sure which to get for my girl in p5 this yr. Thanks in advance!

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Re: Science Guide Books

Post by Mama_ambitious » Mon Feb 25, 2019 3:09 pm

Hello!

Also we would like to ask which one is most challenging, if the child is going for enrichment already. Time is limited for P6 students.

So would like to know what is worth the time for revision purposes? Heard that the guided practice is basic and the worksheets is advanced.. Is that true?

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Re: Science Guide Books

Post by mum2b » Sun Mar 10, 2019 8:47 pm

Science books to let go, pls pm if anyone keen. Thks

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Re: Science Guide Books

Post by mum2b » Sun Mar 10, 2019 8:49 pm

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