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
Learning to solve math problems is very crucial in life. Math Monkey can help your child learn the right methods & techniques to solve such problems in school and in later life.read more
Math is the building block of many facets of life. One of the keys to help understand and develop the ability to shine in math is to learn the many tricks and strategies for quickly solving math problems. For children of pre-school and primary school, Math Monkey uses games and interactive play sessions that help them to learn the necessary tricks they need to solve even the most complex math problems. On utilizing these learned tricks whenever they come across day-to-day math problem, they will become confident in their ability to find solutions for them.read more
Math Monkey uses many approaches to help children become better at math including the use of games. These games enable mathematical thinking in children to allow and help develop success in their math activities.read more
Learning multiplication is an important skill to learn, especially for children in pre-school throughout primary school. As your child may not be able to develop her math multiplication skills via the traditional method of simply memorizing multiplication times tables, using games is a great way to help her to quickly learn by introducing and allowing her to practice multiplication while having fun by doing so.read more