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# Maths 1 - 7

Primary School Math is one of the first few steps that determine how well students pick up core concepts, before they can move on to more advanced concepts.
One of the main reasons why children find it difficult to follow mathematics is because they are unable to link concepts that are abstract with real objects.
Visualization is important to understand mathematical concepts, instead of just learning by rote.
For example, measuring a real equilateral triangle piece and measuring its sides and showing them to be equal is easier for students to understand than just teaching them that all the sides of an equilateral triangle are equal. Some students struggle with mathematical calculations even though they have a good understanding of concepts.
They make mistakes as a result of misreading signs or numbers, or carrying wrong numbers and so on.
Primary mathematics curriculum has a collective effect, meaning, students should have a sound understanding of it before they can move onto other areas. # CONTENT:

K

Subtraction with graphics
Subtraction without graphics
Subtraction with the spider
Vertical subtraction
Subtraction with decimal values
Subtraction with fractions
Subtraction with negative numbers

M

Multiplication-Tables
Multiplication without graphics
Multiplication with spider
Multiplication with Large numbers
vertical multiplication
Multiplication with fractions
Multiplication with decimal values

Division without graphics
Division with graphics
Division with a spider
Long division
Division with decimal values
Division with fractions
Long division with decimal values

Place values
Patterns and Sequences
number and number
sequences
Shapes and figures
Story Sums
Money
Time

Inequality
Doubling
Symmetry
Halving
Shape Association
Crosswords Puzzles
Metric system
Rounding off
Time Trials

Fractions
Decimal Numbers
Form Recognition
Games
Quick Thinking
Mega Memory
Pairs of Two

Inequalities
Doubling/Halving
Measures