For Pre-School Teachers & Parents
Inspire and motivate children who struggle with Maths to gain interest
WHAT IS HANDS-ON CREATIVE MATH?
Basic Math Mastery is a specialized training designed to help teachers and parents to incorporate strategic interactive and creative approach to teaching mathematics to young children. It enhances your skills and knowledge needed to develop their children’s mathematics ability. It includes practical activities that you can use in your classroom.
HANDS-ON CREATIVE MATH
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
This will focus on the introduction of addition and subtraction, place value, concept of fractions and equivalent fractions, 3-D shapes and using pictures to generate word problems. It will involve both the use of physical materials such a multilink cubes, a fraction kit, base 10 blocks and the number line.
This will focus on greater than and less than, introducing and practice with addition and subtraction involving 2 digit numbers, addition and subtraction of fractions, using tangrams and money. The activities with some of the materials in session 1 together with the tangram.
This will focus on introducing the concepts of multiplication and division, solving missing addends problems, how to remember basic facts, picture graphs, time and solving word problems. The activities will use some of the materials from the previous sessions.
HEAR WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS HAVE TO SAY
Dr Lionel Pereira
Doctorate in Mathematics Education
MEET YOUR TRAINER
Lionel has spent 11 years working at the National Institute of Education with a focus on primary mathematics education. Since returning to Canada he has been coming back to Singapore on a regular basis to conduct workshops. In addition to working in Singapore he has experience in other Asian countries such as the Philippines, China & Vietnam.
In light of his experience and knowledge of Singapore, and early childhood education is a key to the future of your children, he has developed a series of workshops designed for teachers and parents so they can help their children both learn mathematical concepts and have fun with mathematics. Having a sound foundation and liking mathematics is a key to the successful long-term performance of children.