Happiness and Pride – A mother shares feedback on SAM Singapore Math

Mommy Zarina, like most parents, has a child who has difficulty in Math. According to news, Math is normally considered as the most difficult subject in the Philippine’s Basic Education Curriculum. But no matter how common the difficulty is, it is still heart breaking to see a child struggling with school. More so for a mother to see her child grow more unmotivated and more fru...
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Franchising for the Future Generation : An Interview with Teacher Yen

  Franchising – the word and the endeavour strike hesitation and even fear in some people. Maybe because of the capital it requires or the hard work it demands. After all, something great never comes easy. Franchising is not just about buying a brand. It is about matching one with your lifestyle and your passion. This brand will be known beside your name and your communit...
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Learning Math is Fun : A Testimonial

A mother’s feedback is worth a thousand comments. A testimonial from a mother can be relied upon, as you are sure that it is good for the whole family as well. Here are the details of Liezel Chavez’ testimonial from S.A.M Singapore Math – Tarlac City Branch about her beautiful daughter – Izarra Bernice’ experience with S.A.M Singapore Math. Was she enrolled in other enric...
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Franchising for the Future Generation : An Interview with Teacher Yen

Franchising – the word and the endeavour strike hesitation and even fear in some people. Maybe because of the capital it requires or the hard work it demands. After all, something great never comes easy. Franchising is not just about buying a brand. It is about matching one with your lifestyle and your passion. This brand will be know beside your name and your community so it i...
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5 Life Skills every Parent should teach their Kids

All parents want and pray for all the best for their child. Our children are our primary inspiration for working long hours and saving up for the future. We are aware of the latest toys and gadgets and if budget permits, we are willing to buy them for our kids. But as a line from The Little Prince, a children’s book for adults, says “What is essential is invisible to the eye”. ...
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What is the secret to being good at math?

Aha! You struggled with it when you were still in school, right? That is why you stumbled upon this post so that you can learn the secret and pass it on to your children. Turns out, being good at Math is a life skill and not only does it help with chores and errands, it teaches critical thinking and independent learning as well. So, why some kids perform well in Math while som...
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4 Easy Ways to Help your Child Stop Cramming

It is known that cramming for an exam always leads to disastrous results. More often than not, your children will stress on memorizing and reading all information under pointers for review the night before. And as a parent, you too will inevitably stay up late to help your child memorize. For sure, during this review session, you will touch up on why your child loves to cram a...
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Prepare your child for their Math Exams – Effectively!

Math is taught in the Western / traditional way in the Philippines for the longest time. This approach is very abstract which makes it hard to understand and learn. Singapore Math on the other hand uses the CPA (Concrete – Pictorial – Abstract) Approach which has proven time and again that it is the most effective in creating Math-Positive children. Through these tips with the...
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How to create a Math-Positive Learning Environment for your Child

Math is all around us, yes. How then can you, as a parent, reinforce Math learning everyday without forcing too hard on your children? We want our child to appreciate math as part of everyday life and create a learning environment to make sure a learning opportunity is not missed and consequently creating independent learners. Here are the items to check to make sure you are cr...
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The CPA Approach Explained

Singapore Math is one of the key elements of S.A.M and one of the key learning principles behind Singapore math is the concrete pictorial abstract approach or CPA. Wouldn’t it be great if you know the core approach of the enrichment center you’re enrolling your child in? This quick read will shed some light on what the “amazing” CPA approach is about. The CPA or the concrete-p...
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