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# P1/2 Math Jungle Book for Parents (Volume 1)

\$39.00

In Volume 1 of Math Jungle, we have shared the simple and smart study strategies on how John himself had started teaching her daughter P1 math since she was 5 years old. At the age of 6, she’s already working on P2 Problem Sums.

62 in stock

SKU: JUNGLEV1

## “…She liked this book more than other kinds of “assessment books”…” – Hon Luen, father of P1 child

Here is our 1st volume for – “P1 P2 Math Jungle Activity Book“.

Why do we create this?

When my elder daughter was 5 year old, I started to teach her Primary 1 math. (Many parents told me it’s too early. Or why so kan-chiong/ anxious?)

The truth is young children do learn faster and they love to learn since young. Especially when the lesson is conducted using stories and simple games.

As you know, I also run a school for math-haters. After having coached thousands of children and parents, I realised some children fail or do badly in Primary Math is because of one of these.

1. They dislike Math
2. They don’t know the process skills well
3. Their interest was not developed since young
4. They were given assessment books (since young) and expected to do by themselves
5. They were not taught in a way they would learn best (such as through stories or creative visualisation)

So knowing all these, I started to expose my elder daughter (at age 5) process skills important for solving problem sums in Primary school. I taught her problem sums type and proper easy model-drawing techniques.

I helped her developed the interest to learn Math. I told her stories and use games to engage her and stimulate her thinking. I taught her in a way that is fun and interesting. (With this book you’re getting, it’s going to help you in similar ways too.)

Now at age 6, she’s already solving Problem sums for P2. And she’s enjoying every minute of it. (plus she’s able to do math by herself without me reminding her.)

So what will you find in this book?

You will find the various ways on how I teach my girl Math (since she’s 5) and how I make her love learning Math.

This book is not for everyone.

This book is only for parents who are actively involved in your child’s learning. Meaning you always learn with your child by doing activities together.

This book is not for parents who simply chuck the book to the child, expecting the child to read by himself.

So if you’re like the first group of parents (like me), I welcome you to make good use of this book to help your child enjoy learning Math.

Here are some of the problem sums types and topics in this activity book

1. Part-whole (2 and 3 identities)
2. More than (2 identities)

3. Less than (2 identities)
4. Number Bonds

5. Numbers to 100
6. Picture Graphs

7. Multiplication
8. Division

9. Time