Blog Posts by Math Monkey
Of all the subjects that kids have an aversion to at school, mathematics is on the top of the list. Surveys have revealed that the brain of a child is more receptive to innovative and new ways of teaching rather than the traditional, rigid way that schools typically teach today.
The guiding philosophy at Math Monkey is that students learn math better if we change the teaching format. Hence at Math Monkey, learning is fun. Here, math is taught to pre-school and primary school students through fun and interactive games, using Vedic Math as a base. The results are spectacular – children develop an interest in mathematics and become proficient in solving complex mathematical problems, mentally.
Thus, in this blog, we at Math Monkey want to share how your child can improve her mathematics skill. So read on to discover the latest in learning, and teaching, math to kids. And for your child to be the best she can be in math, contact us about enrolling her in one of our classes.
Specially created for the coming school holidays, let your child experience fun learning as she Plays, Thinks & Learns at our mid-year math holiday camp at our East Coast or Novena Knowledge Centers.read more
Math Monkey is the best way for your child to learn math in Singapore, which includes logic, play, and critical thinking to sharpen her math skills through simple and flexible activity-based models.read more
When you want your child to be enthusiastic in math , enroll them in Math Monkey today. Our programmes offer unique math learning activities to all kids aged from 4 to 12 years old.read more
At Math Monkey, we have interactive and fun mathematics enrichment programmes for children in Singapore. These programmes complement regular school lessons and tuition classes, and are taught by our specialized and experienced teachers that will lead to significant improvement of your child in the mathematics subject within a period of time.read more
Math Monkey integrates fun and play into our regular classes as well as our holiday camps for preschoolers and primary school children from the age of 5 to 10 years old to enjoy mathematics.read more