Why do we create this?
We have compiled the books together which are recommended for Primary 4 to help your child reinforce the concepts learnt from their previous levels and also to provide substantial guidance & strategies to learn problem sums concepts at a manageable pace.
So what does these books do?
As problem sums comes in all forms & gets more difficult with each year, students might struggle to solve problem sums if they are not equipped with the required skills & strategies.
Hence, these books highlight on the Concepts-Processes-Skills (CPS) method, and it has shown & proven to help students solve problem sums easily & independently.
As most assessment books just provide you and your child the solutions (without explaining much), 8 to 9 out of 10 parents we spoke to found it hard to explain to their children.
‘No matter how I tried. My boy didn’t understand what I’m saying. It’s frustrating’.
As a result, both the parent and the child experienced stress.
From our years of experience of coaching students as well as parents, learning concepts and having a proper system to solve problem sums have been proven to be more effective.
Our Problem Sums Guide books contains the 12 types of concepts that your child needs to know by P6 and they provide a very clear step-by-step approach to solve the questions and it makes learning & understanding easier.
There is also a Problem Sums Guide book for Pri 4 exclusively, which covers the 17 Types of Problem Sums which they have to master & to prepare students for PSLE.
Fret not, parents! We also have something for you to help you in coaching your child.
Our A*Star Maths & Little Black Book would come in handy as it shares many useful & important aspects on how to coach effectively & deal with child’s frustration as well as to identify & tackle common careless mistakes respectively.
You & your child are able to identify concepts at a glance. How?
Our Problem Sums Formula sheets & Layout poster is a compliation & summary of the types of problem sums: their concepts & methods. They work hand-in-hand with the Problem Sums Guide books and are also beneficial during revision.