Mathematics – 4

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Class 4 Mathematics Course Introduction

This is an introductory course for our youngest math wizards where in engaging and interactive form students explore the concepts of mathematics. Our students enjoy participation in creative activities, where they learn to count, compare, classify, solve problems, and have lots of fun along the way.
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ADMIRE offers small classes for students in grades Nursery through high school. In most cases students attend classes that correspond to their grade at school.  However, math skills and preparation can vary significantly, and it is important to match the student’s ability with an appropriate level of challenge.

 Course Overview:

Welcome to the Class 4 Mathematics course! This academic year is an exciting journey into the world of mathematics, where students will build upon the foundational concepts learned in previous grades and delve into new and engaging mathematical topics. The curriculum is designed to foster a strong understanding of mathematical principles, problem-solving skills, and a love for learning.

 Course Themes:

  1. Numeration: Understanding numbers, place value, and basic numeration concepts.
  2. Roman Numerals: Introducing the Roman numeral system and its applications.
  3. Addition and Subtraction: Developing skills in addition and subtraction, including regrouping.
  4. Multiplication: Exploring multiplication concepts and building multiplication skills.
  5. Division: Introducing division as a concept and developing division skills.
  6. Factors and Multiples: Understanding factors and multiples and their practical applications.
  7. Fractions: Exploring the basics of fractions, including equivalent fractions and operations.
  8. Decimals: Introducing decimal notation, place value, and basic operations with decimals.
  9. Money: Learning about different denominations, counting money, and basic financial literacy.
  10. Time: Understanding and measuring time, including reading analog and digital clocks.
  11. Measurements: Exploring units of measurement for length, mass, volume, and solving measurement problems.
  12. Area and Perimeter: Calculating the area and perimeter of polygons and solving related problems.
  13. Introduction to Geometry: Identifying and understanding basic geometric shapes, angles, and patterns.
  14. Polygons: Classifying and exploring polygons, understanding their properties and measurements.
  15. Data Interpretation: Introducing the basics of data representation, interpretation, and drawing conclusions.

Teaching Methodology:

–  Hands-on Activities:  Engage in activities that involve physical manipulatives and practical applications to reinforce mathematical concepts.

–  Visual Aids:  Utilize visual aids such as charts, graphs, and diagrams to enhance understanding.

–  Real-life Applications:  Connect mathematical concepts to real-life situations to highlight the relevance and practicality of what is being learned.

–  Problem-Solving:  Emphasize problem-solving skills through various mathematical challenges and scenarios.

–  Interactive Learning:  Encourage participation through interactive discussions, group activities, and peer collaboration.


Assessment methods will include regular quizzes, assignments, and periodic tests to gauge understanding and progress. Additionally, practical applications and problem-solving tasks will be integral parts of the assessment process.


By the end of this course, students will have a solid foundation in fundamental mathematical concepts, critical thinking skills, and the ability to apply mathematical knowledge to practical situations. The aim is not only to impart knowledge but also to instill a curiosity and confidence in approaching mathematical challenges.

Let’s embark on this mathematical journey together!

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What Will You Learn?

  • To encourage logical reasoning, analytical thinking, and independent learning.
  • Our course motivates students to excel in their regular math classes by building their confidence and understanding of math concepts.
  • Advanced students are challenged beyond their experience in traditional classroom settings.
  • For students who are struggling in the regular classroom, we help them develop skills and build confidence so that they no longer look at math as a difficult subject.

Course Content

Theme 1 – Numeration

Theme 2 – Roman-Numerals

Theme 3 – Addition and Subtraction

Theme 4 – Multiplication

Theme 5 – Division

Theme 6 – Factors and Multiples

Theme 7 – Fractions

Theme 8 – Decimals

Theme 9 – Money

Theme 10 – Time

Theme 11 – Measurements

Theme 12 – Area and Perimeter

Theme 13 – Introduction of Geometry

Theme 14 – Polygons

Theme 15 – Data Interpretation

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