Mar 13

Teachers, parents and students are welcome to attend a talk on how to learn and teach Math effectively based on current researches on how the brain works.

Wouldn’t it be great if all teachers develop their students’ mind for numbers?

Register for free now! March 19, 3pm at Mathemagis SM Center Pasig (G/F Health Hub), Frontera Verde, C5

Mar 13

Feb 25

Swim in the beach, play at the water park, go camping, trips to theme parks and museums—there’s an unending list of fun summer activities that kids look forward to. It’s no secret that as parents, it’s hard to sneak in daily educational activities that will keep them learning while on vacation.  The guilty pleasures that kids anticipate during summer makes them snub books and worksheets. Summer slide, a term that KQEd News describes as the “summer learning loss”, refers to the skills that students gained during the school year that melt away with the heat.

Summer slide occurs with all subjects. However, according to research, an average of 1.8 months of maths skills are lost by kids during summer break. Summer slide on maths is very steep compared to other subjects like reading. As what Linda Gojak, President of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) said, reading can be a part of a kid’s daily life, while maths can’t be used by kids that much during summer, unlike adults who compare prices when shopping and compute for everyday expenses. If math skills are not practiced during summer, you lose math knowledge. Since children have a wonderful picture of a happy and carefree summer, their focus is on fun and not on books. Researchers strongly suggest that kids undergo a math summer program not only to help them keep their math skills, but also to nurture their confidence in math.

Prevent maths summer slide with Mathemagis Singapore Maths Summer Programs, for 4 year-olds up to grade 6 students.

  • Singapore Math Primary (for Grades 1 to 6). Strengthens understanding of concepts, strategic thinking and problem solving in increasing complexity through a comprehensive program for advancement and remedial learning
  • Visual Thinking Math (for 7 to 14 years old). Equips children to conquer complex word problems with the bar model technique in an intensive module
  • Best Start to Be Smart (for 4 to 6 years old). Develops basic math concepts and enhances analytical skills for the primary grades

Register online here and get a 10% discount when you enroll on or before Feb 29.


Feb 11

Enrol now to enjoy discounts.


Oct 31

Aug 12

Round up your circle of friends!  Mathemagis students and their BFFs get a 5% discount on one month enrollment.  Refer your friends to get more discounts.

Aug 9

Mathemagis offers a complete Singapore Math learning program — Distinction package — to cater to students’ different needs.

With Singapore Math Distinction package, students learn with –

  1. Hands-on Materials
    Manipulatives allow students to better understand math concepts and provides concrete experiences.
  2. Worksheets
    Students work on highly visual worksheets for better understanding and retention.
  3. Online Access
    Students will be given access to KooBits, Singapore’s top online Maths portal, where kids can practice and hone their math skills anytime, anywhere with an internet connection.
What are you waiting for?  Give your child the distinction he/she deserves and gear up for Singapore Math success this school year!
Aug 7

Learn the best strategies to teach bar-models to your kids across grade levels with Mathemagis’ Parent seminar series.

Enhancing Understanding (Grades 4 to 6)
Parents of students from grades 4 to 6 will learn bar-modeling strategies applied to word problems as an alternative to algebra.
August 14 (Friday) 9-11am

Building Block foundation (Grades 1 to 3)
Parents will learn the basics of bar-models as applied to various topics across grades 1 to 3.
August 28 (Friday) 9-11am

Workshops to be held at Mathemagis Active Fun Center, BGC, Taguig City.

Mathemagis Parents and a guest can attend for free. P1,000 registration fee for non-Mathemagis parents.

Please call Teacher Gelle at 0917.816.5809 / 964.6550

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