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Welcome to MathsExCEL, where our specialty is to develop primary school students using 3 easy step-by-step strategy of understanding of Model Drawing and Problem-Solving Heuristics questions. We take great pride in improving upon your child’s Math Language in new and creative ways.


★ WIN TO HIS MATH SUCCESS FOR PRIMARY 1 – 5 ★ 

INTENSIVE 10 WEEKS, 10 LESSONS COMPLETE REVIEW & EXAM PREPARATORY PROGRAMME

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Exam fever has come, and you know you as parents, have to prepare adequately your child, but you may still be anxious when the time comes to actually your child to take the exam!

With a balanced mix of MOE curriculum review and math problem solving, MathsExCEL 10 Weeks Review and Exam Programme for the Primary Level 1 – 5 exam is just the thing to get your child exam-ready.

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A Highly-visual, helps your child to see Maths – literally! The ability to visualize a problem goes a long way to solving it.
Solve common and challenging problems fast with highly-efficient model techniques!
10 FULL weeks of REVISION AND REVIEWS  more

Start Date: 25 August 2016

10 sessions x 2 hours per lesson [ Total 20 hours ]

Maths Excel – Making Maths Easy
734 North Bridge Road #02-02 Singapore 198702 | Map
Near Sultan Mosque (5 mins away from Bugis MRT)


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3-Days Review and Exam WorkshopEXAM - Copy

 

This late-season review program combines a review of key concepts in every topic area, demonstration problems, and extensive practice with hands-on problem solving to get you exam-ready. The MathsExCEL exam requires your child to answer questions quickly and accurately for 7.5 hours (for Pr. 1 – 4) and 9 hours (for Pr. 5 & 6), and this program is designed to give your child the skills to effectively perform on exam day. more


Parent-Child Workhop: Helping your Child with Homework

2016 September 8, Thursday @ MathsExCEL Educational Centre
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Go through the steps for problem solving together.

Step 1: UNDERSTAND the problem

Help your child understand the problem by getting him to read aloud one sentence at a time. Ask your child to explain his understanding of the sentence read in his own words. Once your child understands the sentence, move on to the next sentence.

Step 2: PLAN What To Do

After understanding the problem, prompt your child to think of how to solve the problem. Give your child time to explore different methods to solving the problem. Encourage him to talk about what he is thinking. Challenge your child to find alternative ways to solving the problem.

Ask Leading Questions such as…

        • “What should you do next?”
        • “Will your method work?”

Step 3: DO It

Advise your child to write proper mathematical sentences to show the process of solving the problem. Develop the habit of showing all working clearly as method marks will be awarded in the examinations.

Your child should read the question again and answer according to what is asked for. Reading the question and writing the final answer statement is a checking mechanism to ensure the correct answer is given. (eg. Giving the answer in the unit required)

Step 4: CHECK the Solution

Ask your child to check his answer. Ask leading questions such as…

        • “How did you get this answer?”
        • “Is your answer reasonable?”
        • “How do you know that your answer is correct?”
        • “Did you use another method to check if your answer is correct?”

Going through the steps for problem solving, will help your child to become an independent thinker and problem solver. more


More Updates!

NEW SLOTS

  • P1 – P5 INTENSIVE Math. See Latest Schedule 2016
  • Every Thursday, Slot 1: 3pm – 5pm
  • Every Thursday, Slot 2: 5pm – 7pm
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2- May - August Schedule