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Mathematics

You may want to check out the following resources for your child to learn Mathematics.

 

Level: Primary 1

 

No.

Topic(s) (Sub-topics) / Skill(s)

Internet Resource(s) / URL(s)

Type of Resource(s)

Synopsis / Notes

1.

Mass

Pupils are able to measure and compare masses of two objects in non-standard units.

From Kidport

Online quiz

Quiz that tests pupils' understanding of mass.

 


 Level: Primary 2

 

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Topic(s) (Sub-topics) / Skill(s)

Internet Resource(s) / URL(s)

Type of Resource(s)

Synopsis / Notes

1.

Fractions

Pupils are able to interpret fraction as part of a whole

From Vectorkids

Online game

Pupils learn to relate the concept of fraction to a fraction disc.

2.

From Usu.edu

Java applet

Pupils learn fractions through pictorial representation.

3.

From Edumall

Java applet

Using the applet "Fraction Bars", pupils compare the unit fractions pictorially and hence order them according to the size.

4.

From Rice.edu

 

From USU.edu

 

From Usu.edu

Lesson

Java applet

Using applets, pupils learn to write the visual representation of parts of a whole in fraction and vice-versa. Through the numerous examples generated, pupils apply and reinforce the concept of fraction using the self-check feature.

 

 


 Level: Primary 3

 

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Topic(s) (Sub-topics) / Skill(s)

Internet Resource(s) / URL(s)

Type of Resource(s)

Synopsis / Notes

1

Length

Pupils are able to:

(i) measure length in compound units.

(ii) convert length in km and m to m only, and vice versa.

(iii) convert length m to m and cm to cm only, and vice versa

From Edumall

Lesson

Interactive spreadsheet

Using spreadsheet, pupils generate numerous examples to observe the conversion of lengths. Pupils apply and reinforce the concept of conversion by attempting a self-check activity.

 


 Level: Primary 4

 

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Topic(s) (Sub-topics) / Skill(s)

Internet Resource(s) / URL(s)

Type of Resource(s)

Synopsis / Notes

1.

Pupils are able to

(i) recognize the notation and place values.

(ii) identify the values of the digits in a decimal

From Uwaterloo.ca

Online game

Pupils are to write decimals numerically and in words.

2.

Decimals

Pupils are able to

compare and order decimals

From Uwaterloo.ca

Pupils are to compare and arrange decimals in the correct order.

3.

Decimals

Pupils are able to compare and order decimals

From Themathgames

Online game

Pupils to compare decimals.

 


 Level: Primary 5

 

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Topic(s) (Sub-topics) / Skill(s)

Internet Resource(s) / URL(s)

Type of Resource(s)

Synopsis / Notes

1.

Decimals

Pupils are able to multiply decimals by tens, hundreds and thousands.

From Skoool

Online game

Pupils practise multiplying and dividing numbers using powers of 10.

2.

From Edumall

Lesson

Interactive spreadsheet

Using spreadsheet, pupils observe in a table the shift in decimal places when a decimal (up to 3 decimal places) is multiplied or divided by 10, 100 and 1000, enabling them to observe a pattern and explain the shift in the decimal places. Pupils then apply and reinforce this concept by attempting a self-check activity.

 

 


 Level: Primary 6

 

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Topic(s) (Sub-topics) / Skill(s)

Internet Resource(s) / URL(s)

Type of Resource(s)

Synopsis / Notes

1.

Area and Perimeter of Composite Figures

Pupils are able to find the area and perimeter of a figure made up of different shapes

From Pbskids

Pupils learn that figures of the same perimeter can have different areas.

2.

From Nctm

Pupils use the applet to determine how the length of the base and the height of a figure can be used to determine its area.

3.

From Shodor

Pupils use the applet to test his or her skill at calculating the area and perimeter of a given figure.

 

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