Oct 17

In a New York Times article, Sol Garfunkel, the executive director of the Consortium for Mathematics and Its Applications, and David Mumford, an emeritus professor of mathematics at Brown, emphasize the importance of real world problem solving over abstract calculation skills.

In math, what we need is “quantitative literacy,” the ability to make quantitative connections whenever life requires (as when we are confronted with conflicting medical test results but need to decide whether to undergo a further procedure) and “mathematical modeling,” the ability to move practically between everyday problems and mathematical formulations (as when we decide whether it is better to buy or lease a new car).

The Mathemagis program helps your child develop such problem-solving skills by emphasizing word problems and providing real-world context.

Oct 16


Come and see the beauty of Singapore Math!

You are invited to our Open House:

  •  Unit 529, Elizabeth Hall, Katipunan Ave, Quezon City
  •  October 7 to 24, from 10am to 6pm

Call us at 387-6602, 0932-843-5551, or 0932-843-5550 to schedule a free assessment for your child.

Visit us now to enjoy discounts on our opening promo!

Bring your kids and let them have fun with Singapore Math!

Inspirational work spaces and manipulatives accelerate student learning of Singapore Math in Mathemagis Katipunan, Quezon City.

Oct 16


Based on internet sources, here’s a short list of schools that have adopted this innovative program: