Seriously Addictive Mathematics
Reader’s choice Best Maths Program for Children in India award from Kidsstoppress in 2014.
Classes will be held twice a week for Pre-Primary students and once a week for Primary students. Each session will be for 1 hour.
A very warm greetings from Seriously Addictive Maths (S.A.M)! Thanks for your interest in our Math Program.
You may be familiar with the maverick child who can count up to 100, or perform impressive addition and subtraction at a young age. Question is, can they think critically, reason and discern? Can they articulate their solutions? Even ace number theorist Manjul Bhargava, who recently won the Fields Medal in mathematics, says that “Math teaching in India is robotic and it should be made creative”. There is math in everything and Indian children should be exposed to its beauty early.
Seriously Addictive Maths (S.A.M) is a well-structured math program for children above 3.5 to 12 years of age. Our endeavor is to get every child addicted to mathematics at a young age by focusing on conceptual clarity which encourages logical thinking and application skills. The entire program is based on Singapore Maths (World’s #1 Math Program) and is backed by great amount of research which will encourage children to take up the subject and help them learn it in an interesting way.
The S.A.M Approach to Mathematics is an amalgamation of
• The Classroom Experience comprise 60-minute lessons (either weekly or bi-weekly depending on age) during which our Trainers introduce new concepts through colourful worksheets, manipulative tools and games.
• The Worksheet Experience engages students individually every day in their own designated time for study at home
Key highlights of our program:
1. We follow visual learning approach
2. We focus on Concepts
3. Our program is customized for every child
Please check out our website at www.seriouslyaddictivemaths.in to find out more about our program.
Please feel free to make an appointment with us for a free trail class to experience the S.A.M Approach to Mathematics.