Tough Maths problem

This is a very tough question. Try this and see if you can solve it without using algebra. Andy, Betty, Candy and Danny each have some money. The amount of money Andy has is 1/3 of the total amount of money Betty, Candy and Danny have. The amount of money Betty has is 1/4 of[…]

Bring Maths to Life

Can you guess what these are for? I was teaching my P3/4 students fractions last Saturday and it was easier to illustrate how they work if the children can visualise the concepts. You can use materials found in your home for such experiments too! Every week I try to use different games and such tests[…]

Last minute tips for PSLE Maths

Revision tips Revise the following concepts – they are critical: Fractions, ratios and percentages Geometry – area and circumference of circle, breaking down a composite figure into circle, square, triangle, volume of cube and cuboid. Find unknown angles in squares, rectangles, parallelograms, rhombus, trapezium and triangles. Speed Algebra – representing an unknown with a letter,[…]