Written on 2:17 AM by bcps_maths
Khariul uses some coins to form a triangle. Each of the 3 corners of the triangle has a coin. There are 5 coins on each side of the triangle. How many coins does he use to from the triangle?
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Written on 5:11 AM by bcps_maths
Hi, all.
You can access the Revision Quiz @ Beacon Primary School Portal. You will need to log in with your birth certificate's number . The password is the default password that you use during Tablet PC lesson.
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Written on 11:22 PM by bcps_maths
The sum of the two facing page numbers of a storybook that Ryan is reading is 35.
What are the two facing page numbers that he is reading?
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Written on 9:24 AM by bcps_maths
Hi, pupils.
Hope you have enjoyed playing with the Tangram this week.
Here are some of the Web Resources on the Tangram that you may wish to try out:
(1) PBS KidsSagwa: Games: Tangrams
(2) TANGRAM  The Oldest Chinese Puzzle
Have fun with Tangram.
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Shape

Written on 9:15 AM by bcps_maths
Hi, pupils.
You can try out the following Web Resources on Time:
(1) Stop the Clock
(2) The Right Time
(3) Clock Program
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time

Written on 1:41 AM by bcps_maths
Hi, pupils.
Here are some of the Web Resources that you can practice your addition and subtraction skills.
(1) Leon Maths Movie Activity  iknowthat.com
You have to try to help Leon, the secret agent to complete his mission this time with your addition and subraction skills.
Choose Addition > 1 Digit (5+2)
Choose Subtraction > 1 Digit
(2) Leon Maths Dojo  iknowthat.com
Help Leon to improve his Dojo Skills. You have to complete as many questions on addition or subtraction with 1 minute.
Choose Addition > 1 Digit (5+2)
Choose Subtraction > 1 Digit
(3) The Little Animals Activity Centre  BBC
You can play the interactive addition and subtraction games with Count Hoot (the owl).
(4) Count on me  NGfL / GCaD Cymru
Try out some word problems. Choose Main session part 2
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Written on 1:28 AM by bcps_maths
Hi, pupils.
Here are some more Web Resources on numbers that you may wish to try:
(1) Number Track  Cricketweb
You have to arrange the numbers in the number track.
(2) Hang out the shirts on the washing line  Cricketweb
You have to hang the shirts in the correct order.
(3) Interactive Counting Backwards dot to dot  Apple4theteacher.com
This is dot to dot interactive game to reinforce counting backwards from 20. Join the dots together to complete the picutre.
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Number

Written on 1:17 AM by bcps_maths
Hi, pupils.
Please remember that :
(1) "Write your answers in numbers" means you write your answers in "1 , 2 , 3 ..."
(2) "Write you answers in words" means you write your answers in "one , two , three ..." .
Do try out the following Web Resources when you match the words with the numbers.
(1) Numbers English  Cricket Web
(2) Two Digit Numbers EnglishCricket Web
(3)Printable Number Words Word Search Game  Apple4theteacher.com
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Number

Written on 12:15 AM by bcps_maths
Hi, pupils.
Rememeber , in a number bond, the parts cannot be larger than the whole.
Number bonds can be wrtten in different ways as shown below:
An online number bond exercise is created by Ambleside Primary School. You can set any number you want. Have fun practicing number bond.
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Number

Written on 12:05 AM by bcps_maths
Hi, pupils.
It is time to pick on your thinking cap and figure out how to find out which is the counterfeit coin.
You are supposed to find the counterfeit(fake) coin in the given number of weighings. The fake coin can be lighter or heavier.
Do try out the Coin Problem  NLVM.
Have fun using your brain.
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Mass

Written on 9:58 PM by bcps_maths
Hi, pupils.
You can program ("ask") this special turtle to draw the shape you want. The turtle will only understand the following commands:
(1) FD 100 (Forward 100 steps)
(2) RT 90 (Right Turn so that you can form a square or triangle)
You can program the Turtle @ Maths and Programming  Maths Playground.
Have fun programming the turtle to form the shape you want.
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Written on 9:49 PM by bcps_maths
Hi, pupils.
Do try out the following online resources on shapes.
(1) Teletubbies and Shape BBC
Guess the shape drawn by the teletubby.
(2) Shape Literacy Center Education Network
You will need to answer questions on shapes.
(3) Interactive : Pattern Generator  Shodar Education Foundation
Look at the pattern and guess the next shape.
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Written on 9:43 PM by bcps_maths
Hi, pupils.
Here are some Web Resources that you can practice your numeracy skills.
(1) Numbers Literacy Center Education Network
Answer questions from numbers 0 to 10.
(2) Mucky  ICT Games
The Mucky monsters have not washed their hands after visiting the washroom. You have to decide who has more or less bugs.
(3) Leon Maths Movie Activity  iknowthat.com
You have to try to help Leon, the secret agent to complete his mission with your numeracy skills.
Choose the topic Counting > Counting to 12. You may wish try out the other sub topics under counting (like skip counting).
(4) Leon Maths Dojo  iknowthat.com
It is our favourite agent, Leon again. Help him to practice his Dojo skills. You have to complete as many questions as you can in 1 minute. This exercise will train you on your speed and accuracy.
Choose the topic Counting > Counting to 12. You may wish try out the other sub topics under counting (like skip counting).
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Written on 9:31 PM by bcps_maths
Hi, pupils.
Here are some Web resources on picture graph. Do try them out.
(1) I am Special  Beacon Learning Center
Do not be mistaken. This is not Beacon Primary School. :)
(2) Maths : Handling Data  BBC
The picture graph is not as simple as you think. It is time to crack your brains.
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Picture Graph

Written on 9:26 PM by bcps_maths
A picture tells a thousand stories. Hence, a picture graph do tells us a lot of "stories" too by helping us to count and organise the information.
This is an example of a picture graph. This graph tells us about 1/4 pupils' favourite animals.
From the picture graph, we know
(1) 2 pupils like orang utan.
(2) 7 pupils like penguin.
(3) Most pupils like Komodo Dragon.
(4) Least pupils like orang utan.
(5) 3 more pupils like giraffe than orang utan.
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Picture Graph

Written on 8:59 PM by bcps_maths
Here are some online suduko games that you can try out:
(1) Suduko for Kids
(2) Free Online games  Online Suduko Puzzle (We are now using symbols instead of the numbers. The same rules still apply.)
Do brush up on your suduko skill. We will have a suduko competition soon.
Enjoy.
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