# Singapore Math

## [Math Printable] New Addition Flashcards

Owlissimo’s re-designed Addition Flashcards Printable is here! Complements Singapore Math CPA approach Montessori colour-coded: the colour of dots closely follow Montessori beads for a blended programme Ideal font: specially-designed font for children’s learning materials Lesson plan ideas: flash the cards in various interesting ways over many months Game ideas: play games after flash card sessions for a fun time with your child When […]

## [Math] Achievement through patterning skills

Research has found that preschoolers’ ability to spot mathematical patterns can predict mathematical achievement at a later age, more than other math and non-math skills. (Rittle-Johnson et. al, 2016) Recently, El (5y11m) enjoys solving math puzzles. We use the same gorgeous Casco books that the older kids have used before. The kids write their solutions in

## [New Workshop] Home Practice Back to Basics (B2B)

Want to learn how to support your child’s learning and give him/her a head start at school and in life? Want to learn tested easy-to-use home practice activities? Want to know how to guide your child effectively even when you have only 15 minutes with him/her? And get support from a group of parents as enthusiastic

## [Math] Fractions with origami

General Presentation Jae wanted to fold an origami fan, so I weaved in a lesson on fractions while doing so: Fold in halves (2 rectangles). Point and say, “This is one half. This is one half. Two halves make one whole.” Fold again to make 4 squares. Point and say, “This is one-fourth.  This is

## A day of reading, math & music

Kept busy the whole day again… – morning: reading and speed reading – lots of new flashcards. 7yo Vee and 4yo Jae wanted to play, so I said, “All right, El, only you are watching flashcards. Let’s go.” Then suddenly all the kids rushed into their favourite seats to watch the cards. These are times

## [Printable] Numbers & Words Card Game (0 to 10,000)

Vee is starting on Singapore Math – My Pals are Here primary 1 books. So far, he’s been learning Math using the Shichida Method (from 1 year old), the Montessori Method (from 4 years old), and through daily experiences. I’m using My Pals are Here to observe how he takes to textbook and workbook-style learning.

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