Parents, Primary 4 and 5 students, are you prepared for CA2 examination questions? In this article, we discuss about the importance of understanding concepts. Do you find your child memorizing steps to get to a supposed answer to a particular…

## Primary 1 , Primary 2 & Primary 3 math drills have been uploaded and are ready for attempting!

If you feel that workbook practice has not been sufficient for your child and feel the need to supplement that, you should check out the newly added Primary 1, Primary 2 and Primary 3 math drills. These math drills will…

## Now that Primary 4 and 5 exams are over, what next?

So how did you child do for his/her primary 4 exams. Did they do well? When you look at the papers, what are the glaring mistakes? Typically for primary 4 students who are proceeding to primary 5, many students will…

## How to help your child improve in Math heuristics!

Have you ever wondered what type of questions your child may not be able to do? Have you always wanted to get specific practice on certain heuristics that your child may be weak in? Or what about getting just a…

## Feeling stressed before exams? Read this!

Exams are just around the corner. In a wink, PSLE would be here. Both parents and children must be pretty stressed right now. “Has my child studied enough?” “My child is not so good in ‘guess and check’ and questions involving…

## The Importance of Underlining Key Information

Underlining key information is extremely important and it is often overlooked by many students, resulting in unnecessary careless marks lost. Let me give you an example: John and Mary have some marbles. After John’s father gave him some marbles, John’s…

## Mastering Problem Sums – Part 2

This is part 2 of ‘Mastering Problem Sums’. Check out part 1 here. We are back to present more tips on mastering problem sums! To recap on the points in part 1: Tip number 1 – Underline key information, words or…

## Mastering Problem Sums – Part 1

Problem sums are a real thorn in the flesh for most students. Chances are that if you can do paper 2 well, you would be able to do well for an entire mathematics paper. But really, what is the approach…