Helpful Websites for Primary School Education

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Re: Helpful Websites for Primary School Education

Postby AdaptiveLearning.sg » Mon Jun 02, 2014 11:36 pm

Hello parents! My team developed a game for practising Math questions and I'm currently looking for feedback/comments on how to improve it:

http://www.zoomiland.com

The system uses an adaptive learning/testing methodology, which means your child gets questions based on his/her individual abilities. So far, feedback from our beta testing with about 100 students has been good and we are now looking for more feedback from students as well as parents.

We currently have questions for Lower Primary Whole Numbers, though more topics will be added over the next few weeks.

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Re: Helpful Websites for Primary School Education

Postby stpngks » Thu Oct 02, 2014 10:26 pm

Another group of helpful websites are those providing interactive tests:

http://www.oldschool.com.sg/ This website is currently not accessible.
Free partial-length interactive tests only. 3 subjects

http://www.sgtestpaper.com/
Free full-length interactive tests for P4, P6 - based on past year papers - 4 subjects. In addition it offers free test paper downloads for all levels, 4 subjects.

Psleonline com
P6 3 subjects online test free signup. Selected tests only.

diy972 com
P6 online test. one 2011 test only.

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Re: Helpful Websites for Primary School Education

Postby sembgal » Sun Dec 28, 2014 12:02 am

http://xuele.moe.edu.sg/xuele/slot/u107/index.html

Chinese e-resources for primary and secondary students.

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Re: Helpful Websites for Primary School Education

Postby MellyJelly » Mon May 11, 2015 1:10 am

https://www.facebook.com/betterdifferen ... 48/?type=1

Thought that this might help for parents looking for homework helpers for their little ones!

~FREE MENTORING PROGRAMME~

This is a Programme that is specially catered to Primary 1 to 4 children from low income families.

The mentoring session will be held once a week in the West side of Singapore, with each session lasting an hour. It will be 3 students to 1 tutor. The tutors are mostly undergraduates. There is no charge involved at all for this programme. The tutors will help the students with their schoolwork, with no extra assessments.

To find out your eligibility or to indicate your interest for this programme, simply PM us on Facebook. Alternatively, you may email us at maddiesmaddies@live.com

(In your PM/email, please do indicate your child's education level)

https://www.facebook.com/betterdifferen ... 48/?type=1

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Re: Helpful Websites for Primary School Education

Postby PrepMyClass » Tue May 26, 2015 6:04 pm

If you are a teacher looking for inspiration in planning lessons or to learn about new advancements in lesson planning, you can check this site out: http://www.prepmyclass.wordpress.com

Hope this helps!

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Re: Helpful Websites for Primary School Education

Postby mceducation1 » Mon Aug 10, 2015 3:34 pm

Hi all,

Just came across a blogspot from Australia that has a collection of 50 websites that help make learning Science interesting. Check it out! :boogie:

http://seekoutlearning.blogspot.com.au/2014/03/50-websites-that-help-make-learning.html#.VchRO_mqqko

cheers,
^Tabitha – Science & Education Specialist
For Marshall Cavendish Education

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Re: Helpful Websites for Primary School Education

Postby S_Mummy » Tue Aug 11, 2015 9:31 am

:thankyou:
It's a very helpful link.

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Re: Helpful Websites for Primary School Education

Postby ahmei » Wed Sep 02, 2015 6:28 pm

Hi anyone knows any website that teaches kids on the family tree in Chinese? Like your mother mother is called wai po but your father mother is called nai nai, that sort of stuff. Thanks!

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Re: Helpful Websites for Primary School Education

Postby mceducation1 » Wed Sep 02, 2015 8:09 pm

ahmei wrote:Hi anyone knows any website that teaches kids on the family tree in Chinese? Like your mother mother is called wai po but your father mother is called nai nai, that sort of stuff. Thanks!


Hi ahmei,

Are you referring to family chart like this:

Image

[ Taken from : http://www.ipc.me/qin-qi-guan-xi-tu.html ]

cheers,
Tabitha

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Re: Helpful Websites for Primary School Education

Postby ahmei » Wed Sep 02, 2015 8:44 pm

Thank you! Yes something like this but in the Singapore context. Like Zhu fu Zhu mu seems more the formal way of addressing as compared to ye ye Nai Nai.

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