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Learn to calculate with metres, kilogrammes and litres. This module contains extensive, randomly regenerated practice materials for formatting and converting metric measures, as well as adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing. The main question sets are followed by some short quizzes about the metric system facts and five...
Learn to calculate with metres, kilogrammes and litres. This module contains extensive, randomly regenerated practice materials for formatting and converting metric measures, as well as adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing. The main question sets are followed by some short quizzes about the metric system facts and five games. The level is suitable for about age 9-12. Multiplying is restricted to linear multiplication. Areas are not yet touched on. The randomized tasks are carefully ordered in difficulty level. Each task has a timer attached to help practice concentration skills. Multiple attempts are allowed before a question is marked as wrong, and colourful and varying picture icons mark the number of 'lives' left. Numerous rewards offer long-term goals. A tracking system measures progress by accuracy, score and time spent. The module revises and slighly extends 'the metric system I'. Questions of the same difficulty level as the previous module are mixed with slightly more challenging questions. Each level is slightly longer. The quizzes at the end have been re-arranged but largely revise the same material. There are three extra games, one of which offers a fun preview of fractions. Date: 16/11/2007. Size: 166 questions / 11 activities. Qedoc Auto-rating: 475.