Mighty Math - Discussion

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Mighty Math - Discussion

Postby wan2bdad » Sat Aug 27, 2011 2:23 pm

Anyone try Mighty Math classes?
they have centres in Punggol.. any feedback from parents?

Do they accept 3 years old kid?

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Re: Mighty Math

Postby wan2bdad » Sat Aug 27, 2011 2:35 pm

This is their blog.. anyone know their exact address? Want to take a peek..

http://mightymathsg.blogspot.com/

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Re: Mighty Math

Postby chasingjelly » Mon Aug 29, 2011 10:54 am

It is run by the same people who used to do Enopi.

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Re: Mighty Math

Postby wan2bdad » Mon Aug 29, 2011 11:24 am

Oh, no wonder I saw a Enopi stick near the door of their centre..was abt to call Enopi to check out their program too..

Was at their Punggol centre for a diagnostic assessement yesterday... they have very colourful worksheets..also use many different tools for hands-on exercises for Math concepts.. very very interesting..and small class student-teacher ratio...

hmm still undecided..since the seniors here have compared so many programs...

Would want to check out MPM too..

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Re: Mighty Math

Postby wan2bdad » Wed Aug 31, 2011 5:26 pm

Hmm.. after viewing the different math programs.. i think i will sign my DS up for mighty math... more hands-on tools and Spore syllabus.. any feedback.. plse plse...

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Re: Mighty Math

Postby wan2bdad » Tue Sep 13, 2011 1:40 pm

My kid is with Mighty Math @ Punggol. Let me know if you need his name for referrer as they are offering a waiver of the registration fee ($30) ... and my DS also gets a $30 discount ... : )

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Re: Mighty Math

Postby SP Mummy » Tue Sep 13, 2011 1:52 pm

wan2bdad wrote:My kid is with Mighty Math @ Punggol. Let me know if you need his name for referrer as they are offering a waiver of the registration fee ($30) ... and my DS also gets a $30 discount ... : )



Hi,
How is your kid progress after enrolling her into Mighty Maths.
How much is the school fees?

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Re: Mighty Math

Postby wan2bdad » Fri Sep 16, 2011 1:36 am

Hi,

My DS likes the class .. very colourful worksheets and also many different activities, including hands-on games (he gets to take back the tools which is inclusive in the fees).

But I like the small class-size... there are two teachers for the Saturday class.
My DS is a bit active and more teachers will be better.. :)

There's two different fee groups but I jus want my DS to start early so he is enrolled with the $75 program (45 mins).
I think they are charging $120 for primary school kids for the more intensive program (1.5 hrs). I need to double check with the teachers again.

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Re: Mighty Math

Postby minnie » Fri Sep 16, 2011 9:15 am

Hi,

Would like to know is this mighty math suitable for primary students? My nephew is going to P4 next year, is mighty math similar to enopi? He has the problems to solve problem sum. Is this also worksheet base and the child just do the worksheets with the minimum coaching?

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Re: Mighty Math

Postby wan2bdad » Fri Sep 16, 2011 2:21 pm

Hi Minnie,

I cant commend on that yet as my DS just joined the class.. I need to observe further. To my knowledge, they teach the Math concepts in details and other than worksheets, I saw the students doing exam papers from different primary schools... I think it was assessment week?

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