Mathematical Thinking Classes

Stretch your child with challenging non-routine and higher order questions, ignite her/his interests in Math Olympiads and puzzles

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Arithmetic Concepts Covered

Numerical Fluency and Whole Numbers

- Addition and Subtraction to 10,000 

- Numbers 0 to 10,000

- Number patterns with irregular differences, like fibonnaci sequences

- Multiplication and division of 6,7,8,9 tables

- Understanding place values, ordering numbers


- Equivalent fractions

- Pictorial representation of fractions

- Addition and subtraction of fractions of the same denominator

- Comparing and ordering fractions


- Forming different amounts with cents and dollar denominations 

- Converting cents to dollars and dollars to cents

- Decimal notation of money

- Solving word problems involving money

- Financial Literacy - Wants, Needs, Savings, Spending


- Telling time in minutes and hours 

- Before and After concepts of time


- Measuring mass, time, and length through non-standard units 

- Understanding standard units in mass, time and length

- Conversion of units (Kg and g, L and mL, m and cm)


- Recognizing 2D and 3D shapes

- Symmetry

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Mathematical Thinking Concepts Covered

Data Analysis and Intepretation

- Collecting and sorting data through pictographs

- Constructing pictographs

Problem-Solving Skills

- Observing and recognizing patterns 

- Logical reasoning and deduction through fun puzzles

- Heuristic skills: Model Drawing, Listing, Guess and Check, Supposition, Restating the Problem


Visual-Spatial Skills

- Using different shapes to form other composite shapes 

- Hands-on manipulatives like tangrams, tetris blocks, 3D puzzles


Social and Character Development Goals

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Focus and Observation

- Training focus and observation through puzzles, hands-on activities and problem-solving

Communication Skills

- Asking why and asking questions when uncertain

- Teamwork through interaction and activities with classmates

- Role-playing activities and learning empathy from characters in stories

Learning Attitudes

- Curious and eager to learn 

- Trying new activities and not being afraid to make mistakes 

- Conscientiousness in work through checking

- Responsibility in completing work

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