Math Assessment Books for Pre-schoolers

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Math Assessment Books for Pre-schoolers

Postby Charmaine_chong » Fri Aug 21, 2009 9:49 am

Hi,

I know Kumon Maths is well-known and has been in history for 50 years.

Aside Kumon, anyone can recommend good systematic assessment that i can work with kid age 3.5 years old?

Appreciate your recommendations.

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Postby Funguy71 » Mon Aug 24, 2009 11:33 am

You need recommendation for systematic assessment materials? From other enrichment classes? Or materials suit for you to teach your kid at home?? Or other good enrichment course???

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Postby Charmaine_chong » Mon Aug 24, 2009 1:08 pm

Hi,

I would like to get a good Math assessments book to teach my son at home.

I am considering to send him for Math enrichment class next year, either Kumon or right brain Math.

If he does well at home, it will save my hassle for traveling and cost for tuition.

Anyone can recommend?

Thanks

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Postby GreenQ » Wed Aug 26, 2009 10:18 am

I think diff child have diff learning speed. One assessment book may seems to be easy for your child but tough for others. So it is not easy to recommend you a suitable one.

I think 3.5 years old child will learn maths fast thru fun activities and colourful worksheets/workbooks.

May be you can try to look for a suitable one from popular bookstore? Coz only you know the learning speed of your child. Or try some worksheets downloaded from maths website.

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Postby Charmaine_chong » Wed Aug 26, 2009 1:33 pm

Dear GreenQ,

Thanks. I do few sets of colourful maths assessments and have been working with my son. He enjoys it.

The thing is that it is not a structured program.

Anyway, i found some in EMI. I have logico that cost me few hundred dollars. He don't seem interested.

If he does well at home, that will save me time & money.

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Postby jolim26 » Wed Aug 26, 2009 11:41 pm

how abt i-maths?

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Postby GreenQ » Fri Aug 28, 2009 11:50 am

Charmaine_chong wrote:Dear GreenQ,

Thanks. I do few sets of colourful maths assessments and have been working with my son. He enjoys it.

The thing is that it is not a structured program.

Anyway, i found some in EMI. I have logico that cost me few hundred dollars. He don't seem interested.

If he does well at home, that will save me time & money.


Hi Charmaine,

Seemed you have very good right brain training and learning kit (logico) for your boy at home, then you might as well try to make used of it. If he shows no interest now, try it later or after few wks. May be think of a creative way to make him have fun on it. Otherwise your $$ might juz went to the drain... :wink: (Btw, what is EMI?)

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Postby Charmaine_chong » Fri Aug 28, 2009 12:11 pm

Hi GreenQ,

Yap. I will introduce Logico to him slowly. It takes time.

He will ask for it sometimes, the most he can do is a page. I am alredy contented. Follow his pace.

EMI- the bookstore located at Paragon. If i remember correctly, is at 5 floor.

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