Singapore Math Model
Hi Aaron here!
Over the past few years, hundreds of parents have sent in enquiries about the Singaporean Math Model Technique.
I find myself explaining and teaching them the concept over and over again.
In short, it is very tiring and impossible for me to reach out to all the parents personally.
This is concept is however, very important especially when it comes to helping kids to understand the Math questions which eventually leads to better scores in examinations.
So I took a one year journey in coming up with the Ultimate Guide to answer and clarify your doubts about the Singaporean Math Model.
More importantly you will be able to master it and guide your child through the concept of the Singaporean Math Model.
Here’s the thing:
100% of primary schools in Singapore uses the Singaporean Math Model Approach.
This is why it is so important for a child to master the methodology to be able to do well in school.
In a typical classroom, the ratio of students to teachers is about 30 kids to 1 teacher and the attention given to each and every student by a teacher would be much lesser as compared to a one kid to one parent ratio.
With the undivided attention being given to kids when at home, parents would make the best teachers.
This ultimate guide will ensure that after 3 days, you will master the Singapore Math Model Concept and be able to teach and help your child with their understanding.
Just to provide with you with a brief background, this methodology was created by a Singaporean teacher called Mr Hector Chee. This method was soon taught in all schools because of its practicality.
This concept is however new to many parents who were exposed to algebraic concepts previously.
As a result they were unable to help their children develop the necessary model techniques to cope with the different math problem sums.
Today, I’m going to tell you what you can do about it. Because I have developed a new and great solution.
I believe I have embarked on one of the most helpful projects in my entire life and that is to help parents and kids cope with the subject Mathematics.
If you want to be able to teach your kid Math…
If you want to able to answer your child’s Math questions…
If you want your kids to be able to solve Math problems easily…
If you want to see your kids enjoying and doing well in Math…
You have to stay with me or simply click here.
For starters, I have just finished this Ultimate Singaporean Math Model Guide which I think will be the perfect guide for any parent to understand fully the methodology.
My new guide is called “9 Secrets to Master the Singaporean Math Model” and it is available for free now!
In this guide, I will be explaining to you the 9 main concepts in Singaporean Math Model. With these 9 fundamental concepts, I guarantee you will be able to help your child.
I will also be showing you how the Math Model Approach can be applied to the different topics in Math. This will be especially helpful as it goes in line with the Singapore Mathematics curriculum.
Find your child uninterested in Math?
Here are a few possible reasons:
#1: Your child isn’t doing well in school for the Math subject.
This is a vicious cycle that happens for most students. When a child doesn’t understand the math problems they simply are not able to solve it and because of that they will not do well in school. Hence, they are not interested in the Math subject.
I have the solution that will help you get your child out of this cycle and help him find new love for Math.
#2: Your child is a visual learner.
Math problems are usually presented in word forms especially during homework given and examinations. This is a problem for most visual learners as they are unable to process the questions in their head which they would subsequently cause them to find Mathematics boring.
#3: Incomplete Instructions given to your child.
As mentioned earlier, with an average student to teacher ratio of 30 kids to 1 teacher. Your child may just not be given enough attention when it comes to helping them understand Mathematics concept.
Most of the time, children are not given complete instructions especially in a classroom setting and because of social stigma and isolation most kids would not ask questions to clarify their doubts because they don’t want to look dumb in front of their classmates while some kids just simple don’t know what they don’t know.
Hence, giving out full clear instructions is the responsibility of the person teaching.
#4: Child is exposed to drill over-kill.
“We just do the same questions over and over again”
The reason why kids these days find Math boring is because most schools and tuition centres give these children pages and pages of homework. Instead of helping the kids to understand a particular Math concept, they believe that drilling the kids with similar questions and committing it to memory is the most effective way of getting a child to memorise how to do this type of questions.
However, with my ultimate guide you will be able to master the 9 main concepts of Singapore Math Model and teach your kids how to apply it to the different Math problems. Once your kids understands the concept, excessive drilling of the same Math questions are unnecessary.
If your child falls into one of these categories, click here.
Give your child a head start?
In all honesty, being involved in the education sector for almost 10 years the Singaporean Math Model might seem irrelevant and unnecessary for children in the lower primary.
I would totally agree with that.
However, it is never too early to give your child a head-start. This will give your child a boost in confidence at a younger age when solving Mathematics problems.
When this skill is mastered, it will help them to a great extent at the upper primary levels where problem sums become more and challenging.
For parents with kids in the lower primary, it is an perfect time to start cultivating this concept in your children and getting them interested in Mathematics at a younger age.
For parents with kids already in the upper primary or are going to upper primary, it is never too late. Most of the parents that have used my ultimate guide have returned back with positive feedback, majority of which have seen their child making improvements in Mathematics.
This is very heartening as helping children to develop an interest in Math is one of the main motivations why I decided to spend so much time in developing this guide.
By the way I forgot to mention this…
This ultimate guide that I’ve painstakingly came up with is not available at any bookstores or schools. However, you can get your hands on a copy of it instantly on this page.
Simply let me know if you are interested and I’ll send you!
The ultimate guide is not the only thing that will help peak your child’s interest in math. Find out more here.
Here’s what I want you to do…
Check out my guide.
Then start helping your child.
I’m confident that you’ll find this package extremely helpful.
Your child will start to enjoy Mathematics… be more motivated… start to do well in school.