elimination method

Elimination method

  Try the 5 questions below (P3 level). If you can do them, then you’ve already got an understanding of the elimination method.    Ans: 3 8 6 18 8 These questions below are more difficult but build on the same method of problem-solving: Mdm Lim bought 10 apples and 2 pears with $16. She would[…]


How to revise for Science

Make a Timetable To be productive, make a study timetable. This way you ensure that you are able to cover the whole syllabus. There will also be more focus. Break the topic down into very small chunks that can be studied in 30-60minutes. After making the timetable, stick to it. It’s OK to fall behind[…]

Grateful to Anna and Florence

Last night, I had my first P1 2018 class. The children were fun loving and I had a great time with them. At the same time, I felt really grateful to Anna and Florence, our lower-primary teachers for the regular classes. I have stopped teaching lower primary classes for a couple of years and have[…]

Last revision with the P6 students

Wallace wanted one last revision with the students before Monday’s Science examinations, so he gathered everyone to drop by yesterday. We were happy to see them again. Some of the kids came an hour early, while others stayed even after the class to be with their friends. We were just happy to hang out. That’s[…]