Irfan: Good morning, everyone. Today is my Show & Tell. I have a simple game, but I'll show you first. This is how you play.
Irfan: Now we will play the game. I will choose Kou and Olivia.
Do you want to play the first game or the second one?
Irfan: The first? Okay. Who wants to start?
You have to remember the points and add them.
Now we will stop.
If it is like a circle, rectangle. Then you do the same like this.
Do you want to do this one?
Charlie: Yes, so you also have to do the correct colour, right?
Irfan: Yes. Okay. Now Charlie. Any questions?
Charlie: Good morning, everyone!
Today I will show you how to play Yahtzee, using Math.
This is the scorecard. These are the dice.
Step 1: Player 1 rolls the 5 dice.
Step 2: Decide which dice to keep. Keep means don't roll again.
Step 3: Roll the dice that you don't want to keep.
Step 4: Keep the numbers that match.
Step 5: Roll the dice 1 more time after you rolled it two times. Each player gets 3 rolls.
Step 6: Look at the scorecard and decide how to add your points.
Step 7: If you get all 5 dice to show the same number, that is called Yahtzee!
Yuuki: Good afternoon. Today I am going to show you a little game. We use hands to play. The game is called chopsticks. Now I'll show you a video.
Yuuki: Each player, both hands, start from 1.
Players touch other hand, then touch hand to add 1.
So the touched hand becomes 2.
If your hand becomes 5, the hand can not be used anymore.
If you use only a hand, you can share to the other hand.
So, 4 can be 2 and 2. 3 can be 2 and 1. 2 can be 1 and 1. One you cannot share.
1) 3-6 persons. Deal out an entire deck of cards.
2) Arrange your hand in order of suit and numerical order.
A whole run will look like this: A-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10-J-Q-K.
3) Start each round with the seven of diamonds.
4) Organize the layouts on the table. Take turns putting one card down at a time.
5) You can just say "pass". You may pass when you don't have any cards that are playable. Up to 3 times.
6) Continue playing until someone runs out of cards.
Hyuga: Okay, Ben and Kou.
Ben: Can I look at the cards?
Yuuki: If you have a 7, you put it there.
Kou: I can put this here.
Yuuki: Do you have?
Ben: I don't have one.
Yuuki: I can help. I know.
Ray: The person who gets rid of all of their cards first wins.
Maria: Today I'm going to show you a game called "How many things are in my house".There's going to be 2 teams. Team A is Andy's team and Team B is Ben's team.
1. In my house, I have 10 times 3 towels. How many towels do I have?
2. In my house, I have 17 minus 7 family photos. How many family photos do I have?
3. In my house I have 15 plus 12 fridge magnets. How many fridge magnets do I have?
4. In my house, I have 3 times 3 baby bottles. How many baby bottles do I have?
5. In my house, I have 13 minus 5 plastic cups. How many plastic cups do I have?
6. In my house, I have 4 plus 7 chairs. How many chairs do I have?
7. In my house, I have two times 8 lights. How many lights do I have?
Maria: That's right. I have a small treat for you.
Today we invited our families to our Poetry Cafe. We each selected 2-3 of our favourite poems to read at the cafe.
Charlie: Good morning, everyone. Today I will show you how to play Yahtzee, using this. This is Yahtzee. This is the score card, which everyone will have later. This is the score card. These are the dice. There are five dice, like this.
Step 1: Player 1 rolls all the five dice.
Step 2: Decide which dice you want to keep. Keep means do not roll again.
Step 3: Roll the dice that you don’t want to keep.
Step 4: Keep the numbers that match.
Step 5: Roll the dice one more time. After you roll it two times. Each player gets 3 rolls.
Step 6: Look at the score card and decide how to add your points.
Step 7: If you get all five dice showing the same number, that is called a Yahtzee.
That is why this game is called Yahtzee.
Now we are going to play. Can everyone sit in a circle and I will choose two people to play. I will choose 1 girl and 1 boy.
Amelia, can you sit here?
Yuuki, can you sit next to Kevin?
Ben, can you move that way a little bit? Ben and Andy, not too close. Hyuga, sit here. Andy, sit here. And now I will choose 1 girl and 1 boy. Raise up your hand if you want to play.
I’m going to pick Justin to play. And now I’m going to choose 1 girl. I’m going to choose Olivia.
Ben: But it’s not fair, because people always choose the same people.
Charlie: Okay, so Justin and Amelia.
Charlie: Justin, stand up. No? You don't want to do it? Okay, I will choose someone else.
Amelia: Kevin is putting up his hand.
Charlie: I’m going to choose Andy.
Ben: That’s another person that has been chosen before, for the throwing into the egg carton.
Charlie: So each person gets 1 pencil.
Amelia: Do we need to put our names on them?
Charlie: And can each person get a clipboard?
Amelia: And sit down in the middle of the circle/
Charlie: Yes, sit down.
Yuuki: I have an idea. Why don’t you sit here?
Charlie: So this is the scorecard. But write your name small because there is only a little space.
Roll the dice, but only put it on game 1, because this is game 1.
Ben, have you seen it?
Okay, so I’ll give the two players the dice and everyone needs to roll the dice in this and then pour it on the carpet. If you want to keep your sixes, you keep your sixes. But you put back the ones you don’t want to keep.
So when you play it two times, you only get three turns. And then you have to add up your points.
Ben: Wait, what is the game called again?
Charlie: Okay, who wants to go first? Why don’t you rock, paper, scissors to see who goes first. Okay, then Andy goes first. Okay, Andy, you shake it like this. Then you need to see the number you want to keep.
You keep your ones and put it here.
Yuuki: So they can do it one more time?
Charlie: Yes, they get three rolls.
So Andy, roll again. Now you need to roll this again.
Charlie: Okay, now we need to add. If you want to keep this, you need only 1.
But you don’t do it on yours, only Andy’s.
You chose the ones so you have to add the ones. So four ones you put four on the ones.
On Monday we had a visit from Natalia and Farizia in Grade 3. They told us that this Friday will be a Free Dress Day and asked us to bring a non-perishable food donation for the Singapore Food Bank.
We have been enjoying presenting our personal timelines. There are many similarities between them, which is something we will look further at later this week when we create our bar graphs.
We have also determined who all of the baby photos of are now. Due to our careful observations of the baby's eye colour, hair colour, complexion and expression, we were able to guess many of the photos correctly. Can you guess who they are?