S.A.M will help you prepare for the Math competition

This program is  designed for students with advance level of knowledge and skills in Math and would like to prepare for a math competition.   For inquiries, click this or call the nearest branch.
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ACE Class will focus on difficult Math topics.

Is your child good in math but have difficulty in just ONE topic? Or is he preparing for exams and need just a little help on word problems? Or maybe you would like him to get more practice before his exams and quizzes? ACE Class is S.A.M Singapore Math's newest program aims to focus on difficult Math topics to help your child improve on his Math scores.   Click h...
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EXAM week is Coming! Help your Child score higher in Math Test

Exam week is coming! You’ve noticed that your child is having difficulty in comprehending math concepts and constantly gets just passing grades or worse! Very poor scores from his assessment book practices, short quizzes or seatworks. So, you must be wondering why does your child keep coming home with results of such poor scores in Math? If you haven’t figured it out by ...
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Is Your Child Ready for Tomorrow’s World?

With Singapore Math gaining fast popularity in Philippines due to recent shift in education requirement- K-12, many bigger schools and those in the major cities are quickly adopting the world’s best math program into their system. But why?   Difference between Traditional Math and Singapore Math   Traditional Math overemphasize on memorization, repetition, (or...
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What Summer Program? Take it from a Pinay blogger

Take it from this Pinay blogger as she suggest few ideas on how to keep your child active this summer by helping you pick out engaging programs. RUBY CABERTE. Blogger Since 2007, Social Media Enthusiast, Virtual Assistant, WordPress Fan, Educator, Homeschooler, Continuous Learner, and Super Mom of Three.    She shared her insights about Singapore Math, wherein this cur...
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Exposing Your Kids to Math Concepts in the Real World will Increase their IQ Level

By: Gail Perez   Studies have shown that early exposure to math and applying it in the real world increases child’s IQ level. Children may begin to understand the concept of numbers as early as three (3)years of age, even if they may not be able to write or recite numbers yet, says Lau Chin Loong, Co-founder of Seriously Addictive Mathematics (S.A.M.). SAM is a Singa...
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S.A.M. will Prepare your Kids for Real World Problems

Do you remember when we used to spend hours memorizing addition & multiplication tables while repeatedly answering pages and pages of worksheets? If you were lucky, then your memory would have improved and you were able to answer those math tests quickly with time to spare.   But now that we’re in the real world, and the Excel is a tap away, while a calculato...
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Investing in Filipino Children’s MATH Education

Written by: Sam Christopher Lim SVP for Marketing and Strategy, Francorp Philippines Most Filipinos tend to hate math, even claiming it's not one of their favorite subjects in school. And who can blame them; after all, schools teach math through drills and memorization, methods which are neither effective nor enjoyable for young learners. Perhaps the Philipp...
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Make it Count

Learning mathematics is more than just the computation of numbers. We are no longer impressed by the ability to calculate numbers quickly or mentally. Calculators could do that quite well, and Singaporean students are allowed to use them at Primary 5 and 6. Instead, children in schools today are being taught to understand mathematical concepts and problem solving strategies...
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Common Ideological Mistakes When Learning Math

Nowadays, calculations (computational math) can easily be done on our smartphones. The emphasis has now shifted to higher order thinking skills, which bodes very well for Singapore Math. It is now considered a mistake to emphasize merely memorizing formulas, and using drill and practice to hone calculation skills, without first understanding the root concepts. In contrast, S...
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