Feb 16

Make Up or Step Up Summer Camp!

Help you child build Maths skills this summer with MatheMagis Singapore Maths!

We offer Singapore Maths enrichment programs for ages 4 up to 14.

JUMPSTART is for 4 to 6 yrs old . This program develops basic math concepts and enhances analytical skills for the primary grades

BOOST is for Grades 1 to 6. This program strengthens understanding of concepts, strategic thinking and problem solving in increasing complexity

VISUAL THINKING is for 7 to 14 yrs old. This equips children to conquer complex word problems with the bar model technique in an intensive module

Visit our centers for the FREE diagnostic asessment to determine your child’s skill level strengths and challenging topics.

The program fee is P4,500* plus  P500 one-time registration fee. *10% OFF Early bird discount is for enrollments made from today until Feb. 28, 2017 

MWF 1 hr/ session every hour

T TH 1.5 hrs/ session every 1.5 hour

Wave 1:  March 20 – April 7

Wave 2: April 17 – May 5

Wave 3: May 8 – May 26

Wave 4: May 9 – June 16**

Schedule per branch may vary

**Limited slots per session. Call our centers to reserve your slot.

Feb 7

Discover why MATH ROCKS at MatheMagis!

Enroll your child today!

Can you feel that Math Love is in the air?

Enroll your child in any Excellence package and GET 2 FREE sessions from MatheMagis!

Jan 18

Happy New Year to all of you! Hope you started the year right with your New Year’s resolutions as we did ours – starting with studying ahead (vs cramming) and loving and sharing Maths love as we all aim to achieve better grades this year at school!

Nope, resolutions are not meant to be broken :)

This year, we look forward to our growth mindset, continuous learning, and readiness to face challenges! :)

Jan 17
Most schools send only the top 1% of their student population to Math competitions. Apart from the top 1%, Mathemagis believes in training and grooming a greater majority, the next generation of Math competition participants.
Mathemagis is now training International Singapore Maths 2017 competition-ready and competition development teams. If you think your child is ready, or if you’d like your child to be groomed for competition, find out more about the Mathemagis Boost and Boost Plus+ programs. Call your nearest center today.
Dec 20

Join us for a Parent Orientation at Spark Discovery Center on Tues Jan. 10 from 8:00am – 8:30am

Lessons would begin on Fri. Jan. 13

See you there!

Dec 12

Have you noticed how your child spends long hours trying to study especially before a test?
If your answer is yes and yet he/she still flunks at school, then it is probably time to show them how to study well without burning out.
It’s never too early or too late to develop good study habits for your child. Can’t be your child’s constant study buddy? Don’t Worry! Try out a few of these tips before your child’s next exam and she’ll soon have an A-level test-prep skills.

#1 Create a stress-free environment

According to Medina’s book, a stressed brain is not receptive to learning.  Easier said than done but the nagging and fighting over homework is counter-productive and hurts your child learning.  Be calm, plan sessions ahead of time and make sure you have all the materials ready prior to starting review sessions. Make sure your child is not hungry or sleepy as well.

#2 Study ahead of time

Oakley suggested spaced repetition in doing review sessions. Which means that instead of cramming 4 hours the day before the test, it will be better to study 1 hour per day for 4 times the week before the exam. Doing so helps the brain absorb the information and gives the brain time to make the brain connections to cement the learning in long-term memory.
Cramming works but only in the short-time. Children forget what they learned easily and will be challenging for something very structured and hierarchical such as in Math where topics and concepts build on previous learning. For example, you need addition to learn multiplication and you need subtraction for division.
 

#3 Get enough sleep.

During sleep, the brain puts together all the knowledge and information learned essential to retention.  It is also the time when the brain “cleans up the toxins”. So make sure your child doesn’t lose sleep when studying.

#4 Visuals is the key


As per Medina, “Vision trumps all other senses” and creating and explaining very abstract concepts in math with drawings and visuals help children understand and remember. Use of bar-models and other visual strategies will help
 

#5 Take a Break

Frequent breaks are important in refreshing the mind and lessening stress. Oakley suggest 20 minutes of work interspersed with 5 minutes of break time to give the brain a chance to relax.

 

Do you have any questions with regards to how to make your child do better in Math exams?

Call our centres now and see how we can help your child be the best in Math that they can be.

Source:

A Mind for Numbers by By Barbara Oakley
Brain Rules by John Medina
Nov 26

HOLIDAY TREAT 2016! MatheMagis is offering a 10% DISCOUNT for enrollments on or before Dec. 22, 2016.

*Avail of this LIMITED offer upon enrollment of either ONE Monthly or ONE Quarterly package.
*Promo Validity: November 22, 2016 to December 22, 2016
*For use until June 2017
*Promo is valid at Makati and Serendra branches only

To schedule your child’s FREE diagnostic assessment, please call Makati- (02) 556.5109 or Serendra- (02) 833.7374

Nov 25

 

Ready for your Math test?

Not yet?

Enroll in our MatheMagis AC Test Prep Special and review for your upcoming Math exams and quizzes.

Package is open to Gr 1-6 at our Makati branch only

Reserve your slot today! Visit us at
3/F Cedar Executive Bldg. 1006 A. Arnaiz Ave. Makati City
Or call 556 5109 | 0917 816 6129

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