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Singapore Math Introduction |
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Unit 4: Multiplication Facts and |
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Mathematical Representations |
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5 - Recognize and model multiplication as a rectangular array or as repeated addition (N-4-E) (N- |
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8 - Recognize, select, connect, and use operations, operational words, and symbols (i.e., +, , x, |
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∏) to solve real-life situations (N-5-E) (N-6-E) (N-9-E) |
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- Add and subtract numbers of 3 digits or less (N-6-E) (N-7-E) |
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- Use objects, pictures, numbers, symbols, and words to represent multiplication and division |
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problem situations (A-1-E) |
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- Use number sentences to represent real-life problems involving multiplication and division (A- |
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1-E) (N-4-E) |
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- Find patterns to complete tables, state the rule governing the shift between successive |
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terms, and continue the pattern (including growing patterns) (P-1-E) (P-2-E) |
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The learners will apply strategies for adding and subtracting numbers. |
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Mathmaticious – video from Teachertube |
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Discuss |
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We will discuss that there are many ways to work word problems. We are going to use a method called Singapore Model Drawing. We will begin with easy problems and move to harder and harder problems. |
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I can draw models to solve math word problems. |
Step Model |
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Drawing run |
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1) When I went to sleep, |
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there were 15 monkeys |
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Talk” section |
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swinging from a tree. |
Kate read 2 books. She |
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When I woke up, there were only 7. How many more monkeys were there when I went to sleep? |
also read 3 magazines. How many books and magazines did she read altogether? |
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2) Alicia had $6 more |
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than Bobby. If Bobby |
Work in pairs – |
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had $10, how much did |
Bobby had $4 less than altogether? |
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they have altogether? |
Alan, if Alan has $12, |
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how much do they have |
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LU has 3 plates of |
In Pairs – |
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cupcakes. There are 4 |
Sarah caught 18 |
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cupcakes on each plate. How many cupcakes does Lu have altogether? |
ants and put them equally into 3 bottles. She gave one bottle to her little brother who wanted to have an ant farm. How many ants does Sarah have now? |
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Discuss the importance of reading the problem. |
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Ask – How is this like the RICE you have been doing? |
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How is it different? |
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Sarah caught 18 ants and put them equally into 3 bottles. She gave one bottle to her
little brother who wanted to have an ant farm. How many ants does Sarah have
now?
Primary 1 Math: Maths is Fun: Maths Problem 2
When Priscilla and Dushila passed their Singapore math test, their mother gave them
some color pencils. Priscilla, who was older than Dushila, got twice as many color
pencils as Dushila. If their mother gave them 15 color pencils altogether, how many
color pencils did Priscilla get?
Homeschool Math: Free Printable Math Worksheets: Problem 3
Kombo the caveman yawned. He entered a huge cave to sleep for
the night but ran out immediately. There were some dangerous
animals in there. There were thrice as many lions as tigers. If you
want to know, there were 6 more lions than tigers. So how many
dreadful lions were in the cave?
Primary 1 Math: Maths is Fun: Maths Problem 4
James, John and Gary wanted to go fishing. So they dug up some worms in their
garden. John and Gary dug up the same number of worms. James, who had stronger
arms, dug up 4 times as many worms as Gary. If James collected 16 worms, how
many worms did they dig up altogether?
Homeschool Math: Free Printable Math Worksheets: Problem 5
When I went to school, my Singapore math teacher was battling
with some monsters because they hadn't completed their math
worksheets. Thrice as many centaurs as trolls were tearing out
my dear teacher's hair. 3 more zombies than trolls were chewing on her toes. If
there were 6 zombies, how many centaurs were assaulting my math teacher?
Primary 1 Math: Maths is Fun: Maths Problem 6
Arvin and Balvin traipsed into the forest to collect some snails. They planned to make
some mushy porridge for supper. Arvin caught 26 juicy snails and gleefully stashed
them in his pants pocket. However, he forgot about them when he was tired and sat
down on a boulder. Guess what happened! 6 of the slimy snails were squashed,
messing up Arvin's pants. Arvin wiped the mess carefully with his Singapore math
worksheets. But he was not saddened by losing some snails because he still had
twice as many snails as Balvin. How many snails did the boys bring back home?
Homeschool Math: Free Printable Math Worksheets: Problem 7
Sam, Blam and Dram were ringmasters who wanted some
gorillas for their circus. So they went gorilla hunting in Africa.
Sam caught thrice as many gorillas as Blam, who had only
one eye. Blam caught 7 fewer gorillas than Dram. Dram
caught 12 gorillas. Who caught the most number of gorillas?
Primary 1 Math: Maths is Fun: Maths Problem 8
Dolly was given a shiny pebble by her mother for passing her Singapore math quiz.
She was delighted by it and decided to collect pebbles from her garden every day
and store them in a bottle. On the 1st day, she put in 1 pebble. On each successive
day after that, she put in twice as many pebbles as the previous day. How many
pebbles did she put in on the 4th day?
Homeschool Math: Free Printable Math Worksheets: Problem 9
Jenny, Mandy and Sandy were learning how to play baseball?
Altogether, they hit 35 balls yesterday. Jenny hit twice as many
balls as Mandy. If Sandy hit 11 balls, how many balls did Jenny
hit?
Primary 1 Math: Maths is Fun: Maths Problem 10
There were 7 acrobatic monsters performing in a circus. Some monsters had 2 legs
and some even had 3. If there were 18 hairy legs running around in the circus ring
altogether, how many three-legged monsters were there?
Homeschool Math: Free Printable Math Worksheets: Problem 11
I went to the zoo yesterday. When I came back home, I was
surprised to see 6 elephants crammed in the back seat of my
car. There were twice as many hippos as elephants there too.
To make matters worse, there were thrice as many giraffes
as elephants. How many animals were there altogether, and
how am I going to feed all them all?
Primary 1 Math: Maths is Fun: Maths Problem 12
I couldn't sleep last night because there were eerie noises coming from my closet.
When I opened the closet door, there were 3 horrible monsters singing a lullaby. I
fled to my mommy's room in terror but not before counting the total number of
glowing eyes the monsters had. The red monster had twice as many eyes as the
green monster. The blue monster had thrice as many eyes as the green monster. If
the blue monster had 21 eyes, how many eyes did the red monster have?
Homeschool Math: Free Printable Math Worksheets: Problem 13
Woo and Loo were hungry after spending the whole day doing their
Singapore math homework. Woo and Loo ate 24 lizard stomach pies for
dinner. Since Woo was ravenous, he ate 5 times as many lizard stomach
pies as Loo. How many yummy pies did Woo eat?
Primary 1 Math: Maths is Fun: Maths Problem 14
Shannon ate twice as many prickly durians as Karen and thrice as many durians as
Darren. If Shannon ate 18 durians, how many durians did they eat altogether?
Homeschool Math: Free Printable Math Worksheets: Problem 15
Zeppel and Krappel are crazy guitarists. They burn their guitars
during concerts. Last week, they burned 27 guitars altogether.
If Zappel burned twice as many guitars as Krappel, how many
guitars did Zappel burn?
Primary 1 Math: Maths is Fun: Maths Problem 16
Nancy the witch wanted to make a magic potion to help her ace her Singapore math
test. First she boiled some water in a huge cauldron. Then she threw in 15 gopher
eyes into her cauldron. Next she added 11 fewer dog tails than gopher eyes to the
boiling water. Finally she flung twice as many toad warts as dog tails into the lovely
potion. How many animal body parts are in the magic potion? By the way, she got an
"A" for her test.
Homeschool Math: Free Printable Math Worksheets: Problem 17
You have to read this Singapore math question carefully. Harry
and Barry were heroes. One day they were riding on their
motorbikes when a gang of thugs descended on them from a
helicopter. Between them, they killed 24 thugs. Harry shot
thrice as many thugs as Barry. How many more thugs than
Barry did Harry shoot?
Primary 1 Math: Maths is Fun: Maths Problem 18
I have more than 20 but less than 29 pimples on my ugly face. I can divide them
equally by 4 or 6. How many pus-filled pimples do I have?
Homeschool Math: Free Printable Math Worksheets: Problem 19
Haagen Horse, Daagen Horse and Maagen Horse were
kidnapped by some curious aliens. The aliens gave them lots
of Singapore math worksheets to test their intelligence.
Haagen Horse failed 6 times. Daagen Horse failed 3 more
times than Haagen Horse. Maagen Horse failed twice as
many times as Daagen Horse. How many times did Maagen
Horse fail? We don't need to tell you that the aliens were
terribly disappointed in equine intelligence. They are planning
to test cows next.
Primary 1 Math: Maths is Fun: Maths Problem 20
Last year, a Singapore math teacher went crazy because all his students failed their
math test. He threw off his clothes and ran into the jungle. There he caught 18
piranhas and swallowed them whole. Then he captured 14 fewer orangutans than
piranhas and proceeded to roast them alive. Finally in a fit of madness, he trapped
twice as many leeches as orangutans and stuck them onto his bald head to suck his
blood. He died on the spot. How many creatures did the mad math teacher catch?
Primary 1 Singapore Maths Problems:
Worksheet 12 - Answers
Q1 - 12, Q2 - 10, Q3 - 9, Q4 - 24, Q5 - 9
Q6 - 30, Q7 - Sam, Q8 - 8, Q9 - 16, Q10 - 4
Q11 - 36, Q12 - 14, Q13 - 20, Q14 - 33, Q15 - 18
Q16 - 27, Q17 - 12, Q18 - 24, Q19 - 18, Q20 – 30