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[幼數K2K3] 分享幾個數學遊戲: 新包剪揼 啤牌數字火車 點筷子 (訓練排大小, 簡單加減數, 估計對手)

數學同語文一樣, 由細多接觸好重要, 我同呀仔經常會係生活中計數, 好似分提子呀, 排隊呀, 睇鐘呀咁。啱啱我仔幼稚園搵家長帶活動, 我就整理左啲數學遊戲, 在此分享給大家。

遊戲0-熱身 (5褔臨門) [全體, 無需道具] i) 大人叫 “2" (或舉 2 手指, 或指去數字 ”2” 或含數字意思圖案 (譬如時鐘既數字),
ii) 同學在坐位舉起 3 隻手指 (唔出聲), 使其加總為 5 ;
iii) 玩多幾個數, 最後叫 5, 睇下幾多人舉拳頭, 問其原因.

示範「拼 5」的分割 (1,4; 2,3, etc) [道具:雞蛋盒] 大人用 5 乒乓球, 試下拼 5 的不同分割 (1,4; 2,3, 5,0, etc)
(道具: 一橫可排 5個的展示長膠盒, 例如雞蛋盒)

遊戲1- 點筷子(Chop-sticks) [無需道具, 2-4人] 訓練基礎加數 呢個遊戲係小學界極多人玩, 幼稚園都可以玩, 不過最好先玩熟基礎版本先

[基礎版本]  i) 每人兩手各伸出 1隻食指 (狀似筷子), 輪流以手指掂另一人的手[或自己的手 (變化1)],


ii)「被點手」要多伸出「點人手」的手指數 (如上圖);
iii) 例如: 以 2 指 點向 1 指, 則被點方要開多 2隻手指 (即共開 3隻手指);
iv) 當一手伸出等於或多於 5 隻手指, 則該手爆炸, 需收在背後 [變化2 可以重分];
v) 誰留至最後尚有手者勝.

玩至熟練時,可加入以下規則,使遊戲更豐富:
[變化1] 「分手」    在你回合時, 你可自己的兩手互掂,將兩手的手指數重分配 (如 1,3 >>> 2,2)
   [注: 每手最少要有剩 1 隻手指]

[變化2] 「復活」 (先決條件:「分手」)    已爆的手都可做 分手, 使其復活

[變化3] 「正爆」    手指數剛好 5 才會爆;
   若多於 5, 則淨番多出的手指數 
例: 以 2指 點向 4指, 加總為 6, 則被點方要開番 1隻手指 (6 - 5 = 1); 

玩時可自訂要加邊種變化

遊戲2-「包剪揼揼揼」 (Low-Sham-Bow) [無需道具, 3-10人] 訓練去預測其他人的行為 我同佢地玩時, 我話呢個係勁過包剪揼既遊戲 🤣🤣🤣
[基礎版本]  i) 每人出一隻手, 伸出 1 至 5 隻手指 (1,2,3,4,…

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原文:lifehacker

Boost Your Chances of Getting a Promotion by Making Friends at Work

You may not consider your workplace a source of great, lifelong friends, but it turns out that making a few could increase your chances of being given more responsibility and a bigger paycheck. CNN Money found that workers who help others, organize social activities, and make an effort to become friends with their coworkers have a 40% high chance of getting a promotion. They point to one organization that started essentially enforcing a friendliness policy, and that yielded positive results:
To increase social support, Ochsner Health System, a large Louisiana health care provider that Achor works with, implemented an approach called the "10/5 Way." After educating 11,000 employees about the importance of offering support to each other, Ochsner asked employees to make eye contact and smile whenever they walk within 10 feet of another person in the hospital. If they pass within 5 feet, they say hello. Since then, Ochsner has seen a 5% increase in patients' likelihood to recommend the organization, greater unique patient visits, and a significant improvement in overall patient satisfaction.
It looks like in research and in practice, making friends is good for both you and and your company. Not only that, as we mentioned earlier today, isolation can stop the idea generation and creative teamwork in the office as well. While you definitely need to take your alone time and don't want to be social to the point of no productivity, don't rule out the importance of making friends. It could mean the difference between a going nowhere and getting a promotion.

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