A Shopping Math Play with PICA&PUKKA
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A Shopping Math Play with PICA&PUKKA

Japanese sensitive math spirit
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Last updated 11/2016
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Includes:
  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • 2 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • You can acquire basics of arithmetic power.
  • You can discovery which a number vividly live in all your life.
  • You can discovery which mathematics is for your happy life.
  • You will want to go to the journey to make a new finding of a numeric secret.
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Requirements
  • Please have a little curiosity toward Japanese math spirit.
Description

HI, my name is MAYUMI UENO.

I am math performer in Japan.

Have you ever used Japanese good? How is it?

It is just fit and useful,isn't it? why?

Because we Japanese treasure our various kind of senseitions.

For example, we are aware of a size,a length,a qulity and a quantity by our sense of hands.

Japanese carpenters have their own standard wood sticks.

They copy a length of a house column by them.

Is there a measuring ruler of industrial standard in Japan?

Yes, there is.  But an occurs in case of by treating number.

Then as for Japanese children's play shopping in this course,

a price of good is expressed by feltballs.

They used feltballs for toy money.

In this course the way that a Japanese meets numbers is introduced through plays of a little girl and her younger sister.

PICA chan is 3 years old and likes play numbers.

PUKKA chan is 5 years old and dosen't like numbers and is 2 years older sister of PICA.

And she isn't good at joining with others.

They go to a fruit shop,a sweets shop and a cake shop to accept the world of numbers

 through play shopping and play house in their own way.

Even if you take this course,your mathematics mark will not rise up, and will not pass the examination.

But there is only one thing which you come to be able to do with this course.

It is discovery which a number vividly live in all your life,and which mathematics is for your happy life.

If you notice it ,you will want to go to the journey to make a new finding of a numeric secret.

Thank you!!!

Who is the target audience?
  • English speaker(it is around 7 years old from 4 years old)
  • The adult who doesn't understand an arithmetic.
  • The person who is interested in sensible Japanese math
  • The person who teaches children.
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Curriculum For This Course
25 Lectures
01:48:18
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At fruit shop
6 Lectures 31:06


the caluculation up to ten
05:18

PUKKA's fruit shopping
06:11

PUKKA's tropical crown
02:27

you can download the file of the waokuseet and set a favorite price and practice .

If you copy a warksheet,you can practice being repeated again and again.

Let's enjoy a shopping play.

Preview 05:10

How many feltballs do you have to pay with a grape ,an apple,a pineapple and a watermelon?

How many feltballs do you have to pay ?
3 questions
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At sweets shop
5 Lectures 21:29


PICA teaches a half
01:41

PUKKA's play house
01:37

exercise2
08:21

How many felt balls do you have to pay at sweets shop?
3 questions
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At cake shop
14 Lectures 55:43

one-half
02:53

one-third
02:43

one-fourth
02:22

one-sixth
02:39

exercise3
05:26

How many felt balls do you have to pay at cake shop?
3 questions

PUKKA's play house2
04:38

Helping at cake shop
06:53

cake puzzle
05:00

exercise4
04:12

Let's make a circle.
3 questions

candle of the birthday1
04:15

candle of the birthday2
04:33

exercise5
03:41

How many big candles and small ones are needed?
3 questions

Completion!!!
01:11
About the Instructor
上野(Ueno) 真弓(Mayumi)
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算数・数学講師(math teacher)

The math performer who tells numerical fun to children. I wonder that my son  entered Tokyo University without studying and inspect a way of his numerical understanding from his childhood period. I devise felt ball arithmetic to visualize it and hold the shopping play event with ten felt balls in each place to have you get close to a number from childhood. I make Udemy course to widen it all over the world. A daughter named MAHO UENO is in charge of all the illustrations.


子どもたちに数の面白さを伝える算数パフォーマー。大学卒業後、家庭教師専門会社に入って高校数学を担当する。お気に入りの同僚に質問するために大して好きでもない数学を独学。同僚と結婚して二児をもうける。長男が勉強せずに東大に進学したことを不思議に思い、幼少期からの数の理解の仕方を検証。それを可視化するためにフェルトボール算数を考案。全国各地でフェルトボール算数講座を行う。その活動を認められ理数検定研究所より生涯学習奨励賞を受賞する。より多くの人にフェルトボール算数を拡げるべくUdemyにてコースを作成する。
コース中のイラストはすべて長女(芸術大学生)が担当。