Matematik Tahun 6-UPSR

Masa dan Waktu - Pengiraan Tempoh Masa Melibatkan Bulan, Tahun dan Tarikh.




Latihan matematik UPSR ini disarankan untuk digunakan oleh murid-murid tahun 6. Semua latihan adalah menggunakan ayat bahasa Inggeris. Laman ini boleh dicetak terus untuk kegunaan ibubapa/guru sebagai latihtubi.




    Find the duration between the two months shown above:
A. 4 months C. 6 months
B. 5 months D. 7 months
  2. The duration from March 2006 to January 2008 is
A. 21 months C. 23 months
B. 22 months D. 24 months
  3. The duration in months from 1st July  2006 to 31st May 2007 is
A. 8 months C. 10 months
B. 9 months D. 11 months
  4. The diagram below shows two calendars.




    Calculate the duration in years and months.
A. 1 year 3 months C. 2 years 4 months
B. 2 years 3 months D. 3 years 4 months
  5. Calculate the duration in months from  July  2010 to March 2011.
A. 6 months C. 9 months
B. 8 months D. 10 months
  6. How many months are there from April till September?
A. 6 months C. 8 months
B. 7 months D. 9 months
  7. The diagram below shows two calendars






Calculate the duration in years and months.

A. 3 yearS 8 months C. 4 years 7 months
B. 3 years 9 months D. 4 years 8 months
  8. The duration from July 2010 to January 2012 is
A. 22 months C. 20 months
B. 21 months D. 19 months
  9. Calculate the duration in years and months from October  2006 to April 2009.
A. 2 year 6 months C. 3 years 6 months
B. 2 years 7 months D. 3 years 7 months
  10. The duration from June 2008 to March 2011 is
A. 29 months C. 33 months
B. 30 months D. 34 months

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Teaching Your Child About Time

If your students can already tell the time in their own language, then they are probably ready to learn how to tell the time in English. With younger children you may need to revise numbers first and introduce the concept of time slowly, starting with the simplest o'clock structure. Begin teaching the time by presenting structures with the Time flashcards. Use the flashcards for lots of oral practice in class. Play games with them for consolidation and recycling in subsequent lessons. For example, stick the picture and word cards randomly on the board and ask children to come out to the board and find a pair.

A nice easy game for beginning the time is the listening game ‘What's the time?' where children have to move the hands of the clock to the correct time. There are three levels of difficulty in the game, progressing from ‘o'clock' to minutes. You could extend this game using a TPR (Total Physical Response) activity. Call out a time and ask the children to move their arms to represent the time. You can do this faster and faster to increase the fun factor or you could play in teams to introduce a competitive element. Read more...




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