• SWMathsploration01
      Our mathematics curriculum is designed to present abstract mathematical theories in a concrete manner
  • SWMathsploration02
      We provide opportunities for children to understand the concepts through activities that are relevant to everyday life
  • SWMathsploration03
      Our classes support our students in acquiring knowledge and confidence and do not only focus on the mechanics of calculations
  • SWMathsploration04
      Our students become active mathematics learners who can reason about and represent mathematical ideas and relationships
  Pour Up the Volume       Numbers Everywhere Museum       How Big is a Foot?  
Measurement and Reference Frames
Explore liquids in different containers. How do you measure the volume of irregular objects?
What’s one–to–one correspondence? Mix ingredients and find out how to represent numbers. It’s manipulation time!
Measurement and Reference Frames
What is a non–standard measure? Find out how long your bed is and how tall you are.
  Week 1-2 (Sep 1 - Sep 13)       Week 3-6 (Sep 15 - Oct 11)       Week 7-9 (Oct 13 - Nov 1)  
  The Shape of Things       Patterns for You and Me       Operator, Operator  
Can you use your body to make shapes? Make shapes using shells and beans. How’s the cookie cutters?
Patterns, Functions and Algebra
Create patterns with body movements. What’s going on in the school bus?
Operations and Computations
Discover many ways to reach a sum and assemble numbers in sequence. What happens inside the function machine?
  Week 10-13 (Nov 3 - Nov 29)       Week 14-16 (Dec 1 - Dec 20)        Week 17-19 (Dec 22 – Jan 10)  
  Colorama Attribute       Measure Sense       Geometric Seduction  
Patterns, Functions and Algebra
Develop your attribute recognition skill and use clues to guess object identities. Let’s sift some seeds.
Measurement and Reference Frames
Investigate the rocker balance to check your predictions. Does the weight change when ice turns to water?
Delve into Tangrams and create animals from Grandfather Tang’s story. Where’s the line of symmetry on your body?
  Week 20–23 (Jan 12 – Feb 7)
      Week 24–26 (Feb 9 – Feb 28)
      Week 27–29 (Mar 2 – Mar 21)
  The Number Family & Its Tricky Teens      Eating Fractions       Taking Math to New Measures  
Operations and Computations
Build boxes using symbols and enhance computation skills playing “Bingo”. We’re having a neighborhood party!
How do you share a chocolate cake equally? Play a fraction game using hopping frogs.
Measurement and Reference Frames
Learn how an inch worm measures things. How far did the car go? It’s beyond all measures.
  Week 30–32 (Mar 23 – Apr 11)
      Week 33–34 (Apr 13 – Apr 25)
      Week 35–37 (Apr 27 – May 16)
  Hold the Load       Math on Graphs
      What’s My Rule?  
Measurement and Reference Frames
Can you perform a balancing act? How do objects affect each load? Let’s throw our weight around.
Data and Chance
Display different ways in which animals move. Let’s create a graph of sums. Viva Venn Diagrams!
Operations and Computations
Who lives over on the farm? Identify function rules using in and out of sequence. Let work with computations.
  Week 38–39 (May 18 – May 30)
      Week 40-42 (Jun 1 – Jun 20)       Week 43–46 (Jun 22 – Jul 18)  
  Measure Up!       Tick Tock Math       Involving Solving  
Measurement and Reference Frames
Test out your dividing skills and split a volume of water equally. How much is the displacement?
Measurement and Reference Frames
Explore an hour glass to explore passage of time. What is a clock face and how is it read?
Geometry, Logic and Numeration
Use coordinate geometry to help Little Bo–Peep find her lost sheep. Find out how much Simple Simon is really paying for the pies.

  Week 47–48 (Jul 20 – Aug 1)       Week 49–50 (Aug 3 – Aug 15)       Week 51–52 (Aug 17 – Aug 29)  
The window to science...and beyond!
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