Japan’s National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (Miraikan) in Tokyo waterfront releases an educational video “How to count combinations”. The story at the beginning seems relaxed, however, as @iwiwi introduced as “crazy”, it goes too much and may frighten kids if you do not use better math. The video comes with English subtexts. Enjoy.
A Japanese startup Kayac released mixi [J] application “Unko Enzan [J]” for educational purpose. This is an arithmetic learning application for the primary-school pupils. However, it has funny characteristic. Poos are featured on all problems. “Unko Enzan” means “Poo Arithmetic” in Japanese. Can you solve this problem? “If a coiled poo has a diameter of… Continue reading Let’s Study Arithmetic With Poo!