Why is Fraction Difficult for Kids?

After your child has mastered the basic operations in Math, the teacher has now presented a more challenging topic – fractions. Fractions are visually appealing to learn. Remember the classic pizza pie example? The topic is very applicable to everyday life and is therefore a must for your child to have a good and thorough conceptual understanding of it.   The concept...
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S.A.M Singapore Math: An effective complement to Traditional Math

Traditional Math requires memorization, while S.A.M Singapore Math there's No Memorization. After all the fun you and your child had from the past summer vacation, your child is going back to school. The few weeks of excitement will wane once homeworks start coming in and surely, you will hear how dreadful Math is again and again. You will hear “Math is so difficult, I hate ma...
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Give your Child a Headstart for This New School Year

Many are in awe of students who can recite the multiplication table perfectly. But is memorization really the key to giving your child a head start? Although memorization is a useful skill, it will only take your child a few steps ahead. If what he memorized is not asked in a test or during recitation, he probably couldn’t answer anymore. In addition, memorization does not h...
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Kids Become Independent Learners Through Play

Play is a primary way that kids learn to understand and experience the world around us.   If you find your child staring at their Math homework and stuck, they’re probably thinking: How did a straight line, a cross and a curly become a seven? Sounds familiar? Does this happen too at your home? Many children find Math difficult because they do not know where to b...
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Our Collection of Parent’s Testimonials

We are happy to share here what the parents have to say about S.A.M Singapore Math; how we were able to help and improve their child's Math skills; how it changed the way the kids see Math.  
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Testimonial: “S.A.M a Happy Place for Kids to Enrich their Math Skills”

We recently asked a mother to share her insights and experience with S.A.M Singapore Math. S.A.M is a Singapore Math enrichment program for kids ages 4 to 12 years old.  "It's a happy place for kids to enrich their Math Skills" as described by Mommy Amor.     Mommy Amor who is a full time mom to Lyra, a 6-year old student at S.A.M Imus.    ...
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S.A.M Promotes Independent Learning in Children

As children child grows and their independence should develop as well. They should be able to do things for themselves, to express themselves and to explore their world independently. This is what S.A.M Singapore Math promotes "kids  learning independently".   Independent Learning focuses on creation and formation of the various opportunities and experiences necessa...
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Child’s Critical Thinking Process have Impact on their Problem-Solving Skills

The world is rapidly changing, children need to be able to do much more than repeat a list of facts. There's too much information available at the touch of our fingers than we could ever need, read, know and understand. The problem is that not all of that information is accurate and it can be very easy to get sucked into believing something. Our children need to be critical thi...
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Early Enrollee for Summer Program

10% DISCOUNT for EARLY ENROLLEES!   Terms and Conditions: 1 ) Discount of 10% from the tuition fee is applicable if the parent pays for the registration fee and P1,000 which is a part of tuition fee to secure a slot for the summer class.  Payment should be made from Feb 1 until Mar 5 only. 2)  The balance of the tuition fee should be paid at least 1 week before the...
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S.A.M caught my attention

What caught the attention of Teacher Claire and decided to be a SAM Teacher/Trainer? We sat down and interviewed her. Let's get to know Teacher Claire.   She has been teaching Singapore Math for more than 5 years. She used to teach from a private school and now has been teaching at SAM Marikina for 7 months already. 1. What made you decide on teaching at SAM?...
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