[🎒If your child is scoring this grade, you should do this.]


In this post, I’m going to share with you some of the tips and tricks I shared with my P6s.
*These tips can be applied to any pri level as long as you teach your kids.

Here are some math strategies you can use at home to help your child if…


💕If he is scoring 0-30 marks, do work more on topical knowledge and paper 1 or section A.


💕If he is already scoring 31-60 marks, do work on securing more marks for short answer questions in paper 1 and build up his understanding of concepts.

Here are more resources in learning problem sums concepts more easily.


💕If he is already scoring 61-80, do work on filling up the gaps of topical knowledge (also known as misconceptions) and work on hard to tougher problem sums. Also work on speed and up his checking skills to minimise loss in marks.


💕If he is already scoring between 81-100, work on his checking skills, strengthen his mental power and help him build a positive mindset by coaching him how to bounce back fast whenever he hit a wall. And speed up his checking skills such that he can instantly spot his mistakes and correct them under a minute.


Did you realise as your child’s mark goes higher, the skills he needs to go to the next level is leaning more towards mindset?
Some parents I spoke to have the method reversed. They keep on piling their kids with more and more questions.

Their children are struggling with math.


Parents are struggling to juggle with work, house chores and AT THE SAME TIME trying to control their cool while teaching.😂


As a result both you and your child get more stressed.


Very little or no time is spent on building the mental power (also known as resilience or grit)

Having said this, complacency is one of the main reasons why some fall fast once they get good results, especially within weeks or months.


Hope this post helps you in fine-tuning the way you can coach your kids.❤️🤓😊😉


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