Force, Energy, Magnets and Electricity

Pri 6

Course Intro

  • Four important topics are discussed here.
  • Discover the fascinating world of forces, energy, magnets, and electricity.
  • A great way to cover significant portions of your Science PSLE preparation.

Course Description

Embark on a thrilling journey into the realms of forces, energy, magnets, and electricity. This course provides a comprehensive exploration of these fundamental concepts, offering a hands-on learning experience. Through engaging activities, students will gain a deep understanding of the various types of forces, energy forms, magnetism, and electrical systems. From understanding the effects of forces to exploring the wonders of electricity, this course empowers students to become confident.

Who is this Course for?

  • This course is designed for students who have a keen interest in science and want to delve into the captivating domains of forces, energy, magnets, and electricity.
  • It is suitable for students in primary 6 levels preparing themselves for the upcoming PSLE preparation who are eager to enhance their scientific knowledge and develop a strong foundation in these essential concepts.
  • It is ideal for students who want to gain a better understanding of the basic physical concepts around them.
  • The course is designed to be interactive and engaging with active discussions.

What you will Learn?

  • What is Force
  • Effects of Forces
  • Types of Force
    * Gravitational Force
    * Elastic Spring Force
    * Frictional Force
    * Magnetic Force
    * Centripetal Force
    * Resistance Force
  • Energy – What is Energy; Its Forms and Uses
  • Sources of Energy – Primary and Secondary
  • Types Of Energy
    * Kinetic Energy
    * Potential Energy
  • Forms Of Energy
    * Heat Energy
    * Light Energy
    * Electrical Energy
    * Sound Energy
  • Conversion of Energy – Potential Energy To Kinetic Energy
  • Light – Its Sources and Properties
  • Shadow – Formation of Shadow; Change in shape and size of Shadow
  • Heat – Its sources and Properties; Effects and Conductors of Heat
  • Temperature
  • Measuring Temperature
  • Difference Between Heat And Temperature?
  • Magnets – their shapes and properties
  • Magnetic and Non-Magnetic Materials
  • Methods of making Magnet –
    * Making Temporary Magnets
    * Stroking Method
    * Electrical Method
  • Testing The Strength Of Magnets
  • Demagnetising Magnet
  • Uses of Magnets
  • Electrical Systems and its Components
  • Electrical Circuits – Open and Closed
  • Types Of Circuits –
    * Series Circuit
    * Parallel Circuit
    * Comparison between series and parallel circuits
  • What Makes A Bulb Brighter? and Factors affecting the same
  • Electrical Conductors And Insulators
  • Conserving Electricity

Key Takeaways

  • Develop a solid understanding of forces, energy, magnets, and electricity.
  • Acquire practical skills through engaging in experiments and activities.
  • Enhance problem-solving abilities and critical thinking skills.
  • Cultivate a scientific mindset and curiosity about the natural world.
  • Gain the confidence to explore further scientific concepts.

Why Learn from doerdo Tuition Course?

  • Experienced Teachers: Benefit from highly skilled and experienced ex-MOE educators who provide expert guidance.
  • Performance Visibility: Parents can track their child’s progress and performance.
  • After-Class Support: Receive personalized assistance and clarification for better comprehension.
  • A.I. Based Tests and Homework: Engage in interactive assessments and AI-generated homework assignments for comprehensive learning.
  • Small Group Environment: Learn in a supportive and interactive small-group setting.

Course Curriculum

Force – Force refers to the push or pull on an object. Examples include pushing a book or pulling a rope.
Effects of Forces – Effects of forces refer to the resulting actions when forces are applied to objects.
Types of Force – Types of force include gravitational force, elastic spring force, frictional force, magnetic force, centripetal force, and resistance force.
Energy – Energy is the capacity to do work. It exists in various forms and can be used to perform tasks.
Sources of Energy – Sources of energy are categorized as primary (e.g., natural resources) and secondary (e.g., energy derived from primary sources). Examples include solar energy, wind energy, and fossil fuels.
Types of Energy – Types of energy include kinetic energy (energy of motion) and potential energy (stored energy). Examples include a moving car (kinetic energy) and a stretched spring (potential energy).
Forms of Energy – Forms of energy include heat energy, light energy, electrical energy, and sound energy. Each form has distinct properties and can be converted into other forms.
Magnets – Magnets are objects that produce magnetic fields. They have different shapes and properties, such as attracting certain materials like iron and repelling other magnets.
Magnetic and Non-Magnetic Materials – Magnetic materials are attracted to magnets, while non-magnetic materials are not. Examples of magnetic materials include iron, nickel, and cobalt.
Electrical Systems and Components – Electrical systems consist of components like wires, batteries, switches, and bulbs that enable the flow of electricity. They can be open or closed circuits.
Types of Circuits – Types of circuits include series circuits (components connected in a single path) and parallel circuits (components connected in multiple paths).
What Makes a Bulb Brighter? – The brightness of a bulb can be influenced by factors such as the voltage applied, the resistance in the circuit, and the type of bulb used. Factors affecting brightness can be explored through experiments.
Electrical Conductors and Insulators – Electrical conductors allow the flow of electricity, while insulators impede its flow. Examples of conductors include metals, while insulators include rubber and plastic.
Conserving Electricity – Explore the importance of conserving electricity and ways to reduce energy consumption. Learn about sustainable practices, such as turning off lights and appliances when not in use, to conserve electricity and promote environmental sustainability.

Course Type


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Small Group

Group Size



1.5 hrs

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