AWARD-WINNING mathematical word problems with different solution strategies. Interactive image maps on various human body systems with definitions. Multiple-choice questions (with instant feedback) on states of matter, food chains and the human body. Reading and comprehension exercises based on 'Matilda' and 'Danny, Champion of the World' by Roald Dahl. A great homeschooling resource that is suitable for children in Primary 4-6.
These interactive assessment worksheets required Internet Explorer 4.0 or Netscape 3.0 (or higher) to work properly and are best viewed with a screen area of 800 x 600 pixels. Users with Windows 2000 may be unable to access the worksheets. This problem could be due to the security patches for Windows 2000.
We will begin a journey into the multiplication tables to discover the reasons why you do NOT need to memorize a lot of facts. You will see that there are only about 13 facts that you may want to memorize.
The contents in many of these worksheets go slightly beyond the Primary 4 Science Syllabus of the Ministry of Education, Singapore. The worksheets provide additional information about the topics learnt in school. Children who are keen to learn more will find them interesting.
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The image maps are diagrams of the various body systems. The words on the
image maps are hotspots ... click on them and definitions will appear in an iframe (instead of a pop-up) :-
Take a look at the image maps before attempting the multiple-choice questions (MCQ).
The interactive crossword puzzles require Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 or later. Click on any of the word blanks in the puzzle to view clues and type to enter a word.