Year 1 Mathematics: Counting games across Asia
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Year 1 Mathematics: Counting games across Asia
Develop confidence with number sequences to and from 100 by ones from any starting point. Skip count by twos, fives and tens starting from zero (ACMNA012)
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Asia Education Foundation website - resources for the study of Asia and Asian life. For school leaders, teachers and students. Specific sites for China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia and the Philippines.
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Activity 1: Sam-yuk-gu | Asia Education Foundation

Activity 1: Sam-yuk-gu | Asia Education Foundation | Year 1 Mathematics: Counting games across Asia | Scoop.it
This module introduces the Korean number counting game, sam-yuk-gu, to assist students to develop confidence with whole numbers up to 100.
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Otedama Games

Otedama is a traditional Japanese game for girls played with 5 small beanbags (or ojami.) The beanbags were often made by grandmothers with scraps of kimonos. Special otedama songs were used.
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Chopsticks Game

This traditional Japanese game just need two pairs of hands and some strategy (and simple adding) skills! Good fun for getting kids thinking - and every game ends up differently!
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Catching Seven Pieces

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Originally played with small inch-square rice bags, this traditional Chinese game is similar to Jacks and Knucklebones and can be played with either, or even a collection of pebbles."

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Mancala Snails

"Mancala Snails is based on the ancient game of counting and strategy found in South and Southeast Asia as well as other parts of the world. Enjoy single or multiplayer modes."

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The Australian Curriculum v5.2 Mathematics Foundation to Year 10 Curriculum by rows

The Australian Curriculum v5.2 Mathematics Foundation to Year 10 Curriculum by rows | Year 1 Mathematics: Counting games across Asia | Scoop.it

"using the popular Korean counting game (sam-yuk-gu) for skip counting"
"developing fluency with forwards and backwards counting in meaningful contexts such as circle games"

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Congklak, A Traditional Game of Indonesia

Congklak, A Traditional Game of Indonesia | Year 1 Mathematics: Counting games across Asia | Scoop.it
A history and introduction to congklak, a traditional children's game in Indonesia. Played throughout the archipelago in various forms, this game was brought to Indonesia by Arab and Indian traders and has become widely popular.
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UNESCO: Traditional Children's Games in South-East Asia

UNESCO: Traditional Children's Games in South-East Asia | Year 1 Mathematics: Counting games across Asia | Scoop.it

"This is a down-loadable CD of traditional online games from Southeast Asia. It has teachers notes to support each game."

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Pachisi

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Pachisi is a very ancient Indian game for 4 people playing in 2 pairs, also known as "Twenty Five".
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Moon Cake

This traditional Chinese playground game reinforces addition skills. It is good to play with a class of kids, divided into teams, and can be adapted to suit different ages.
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