# Singapore Primary Math Tests 6B (Standards Edition)

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 Primary Mathematics Tests is a series of differentiated assessments that provide educators with a systematic way to evaluate student progress and address individual needs. Apart from testing, the problems can also be used for extra practice.Features & Components: Each chapter comprises Test A and Test B. Each unit concludes with Cumulative Tests A and B. Test A consists of free response questions and assesses comprehension of key concepts and problem solving skills. Test B consists of multiple-choice questions and tests the application of analytical skills, thinking skills, and heuristics. Cumulative Tests include questions from earlier units. These tests focus on review, consolidation, and integration. Answers are included in the back of each book. Note: Tests are specific to each Primary Mathematics edition, and are not interchangeable across editions. Soft cover. Perforated pages.
 Take a Look InsideTable of ContentsUnit 7: CirclesChapter 1: Circumference Chapter 2: Area Chapter 3: Composite Figures Units 1-7 Cumulative Test A Units 1-7 Cumulative Test B Unit 8: Volume of Prisms and CylindersChapter 1: Volume of Prisms Chapter 2: Volume of Cylinders Units 1–8 Cumulative Test A Units 1–8 Cumulative Test B Unit 9: AnglesChapter 1 and 2: Adjacent Angles, Vertically Opposite Angles and Angles at a Point Chapter 3: Complementary Angles Chapter 4: Supplementary Angles Chapter 5: Angles and Polygons I Chapter 6: Angles and Polygons II Units 1–9 Cumulative Test A Units 1–9 Cumulative Test B Unit 10: Construction of Triangles and QuadrilateralsChapter 1: Drawing Lines and Angles Chapter 2: Constructing Triangles and Quadrilaterals Units 1– 10 Cumulative Test A Units 1– 10 Cumulative Test B Unit 11: Data HandlingChapter 1: Mean Chapter 2: Population and Sample Chapter 3: Median Chapter 4: Mode Chapter 5: Range Units 1–11 Cumulative Test A Units 1–11 Cumulative Test B Unit 12: ProbabilityChapter 1: Experimental Probability Chapter 2: Theoretical Probability of Simple Events I Chapter 3: Theoretical Probability of Simple Events II Chapter 4: Theoretical Probability of Combined Events I Chapter 5: Theoretical Probability of Combined Events II Units 1– 12 Cumulative Test A Units 1– 12 Cumulative Test B Unit 13: Negative NumbersChapter 1: Additional and Subtraction Chapter 2: Multiplication and Division Chapter 3: Order of Operations Chapter 4: Solving Equations Chapter 5: Graphs of Functions Units 1– 13 Cumulative Test A Units 1– 13 Cumulative Test B Answers All copyrights reserved by Marshall Cavendish International (S) Pte Ltd.
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### Product Description

Primary Mathematics

Primary Mathematics is the original Singapore math curriculum we introduced to the U.S. in 1998. Written by the Singapore Ministry of Education, it was the series in use when Singapore garnered attention for scoring at the top of international math tests.

Primary Mathematics epitomizes the Singapore Math Approach. The curriculum features the CPA (Concrete, Pictorial, Abstract) progression, number bonds, bar modeling, and a strong focus on fact fluency and mental math. The curriculum balances supervised learning and independent practice. This rigorous program encourages active thinking, communication of mathematical ideas, and problem solving. It lays the foundation students need for more advanced mathematics.

Editions

We carry two editions of Primary Mathematics. All maintain the integrity of the Singapore Math Approach while serving diverse needs.

Primary Mathematics U.S. Edition
This edition is almost identical to the original program used in Singapore with additional content on U.S. measurements and currency.

Primary Mathematics Standards Edition
Written to meet the 2006 Mathematics Contents Standards for California Public School issued prior to the Common Core State Standards, this edition includes probability, data analysis, negative numbers, and coordinate graphing.

For more details, refer to the Primary Mathematics Editions Content Comparison.

##### Components

Textbooks present new concepts and learning tasks for students to complete with educator supervision, along with practice and review problems. They are designed to be non-consumable and used alongside workbooks. There are two textbooks (A and B) for each grade corresponding to the two halves of the school year.

Workbooks provide additional practice and independent work to solidify the concepts covered in the textbooks. There are two workbooks (A and B) for each grade corresponding to the two halves of the school year.

Teacher’s Guides help educators understand course material within the larger framework and prepare for lessons with detailed, step-by-step plans.

Home Instructor Guides are designed for homeschool use. They provide suggestions for introducing new concepts concretely and using textbooks effectively. They include additional activities for reinforcement, solutions to textbook and workbook problems, and suggested weekly schedules.

As the educator plays an active role in Singapore math programs, it is highly recommended to use a Teacher’s Guide or Home Instructor Guide.

Test books with differentiated assessments help teachers systematically evaluate student progress.

For more information, refer to the Primary Mathematics Editions Components Comparison. .