Mathematics – Level 3

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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 classes for students in Upper Nursery through this course. 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.

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. Before, After & Between
Welcome to the Upper Nursery Maths course! In this engaging and interactive program, we will be exploring the fascinating world of numbers with a specific focus on the concept of "Before, After, and Between." Course Overview: Module 1: Introduction to Numbers - We kick off our journey by introducing the concept of numbers. Through fun activities and games, children will develop a basic understanding of counting and recognizing numbers. Module 2: Before, After, and Between - Our central theme revolves around understanding the relationships between numbers. We'll explore what comes before a number, what comes after, and discover the exciting concept of numbers that fall in between. Key Learning Objectives: 1. Before a Number: - Learn to identify the number that comes before a given number. - Engage in activities that reinforce the concept of sequencing numbers in order. 2. After a Number: - Develop the ability to recognize the number that comes after a given number. - Explore interactive exercises to strengthen comprehension of number sequencing. 3. Between Numbers: - Understand the concept of numbers that fall between two given numbers. - Participate in games and challenges designed to enhance numerical skills. Teaching Methodology: Hands-On Activities: Engage in exciting hands-on activities to make learning a dynamic and enjoyable experience. Interactive Games: Reinforce concepts through games that encourage active participation and critical thinking. Visual Aids: Utilize visual aids such as charts and colorful illustrations to enhance understanding. Assessment and Progress: - Regular assessments will be conducted to gauge each child's progress and understanding. - Feedback sessions will be held to address individual needs and provide targeted support. Parental Involvement: - Parents are encouraged to actively participate in their child's learning journey by engaging in at-home activities and reviewing progress. Outcome: By the end of this course, children will have a solid foundation in understanding the order of numbers, recognizing what comes before, after, and between. They will develop essential skills that form the building blocks for future mathematical concepts. Get ready for an exciting adventure in the world of numbers – where learning is not just educational but also a whole lot of fun!

Theme – 2. Learn Numbers
Course Introduction: Upper Nursery Maths - Learn Numbers Welcome to Upper Nursery Maths - Learn Numbers! This exciting course is designed to introduce young learners to the fascinating world of numbers, laying the foundation for a lifelong journey in mathematics. In this stage of early childhood education, our primary focus is to make learning numbers a joyful and engaging experience for your child. Course Overview: Module 1: Number Recognition (1-10) - We kick off the course by introducing the fundamental concept of numbers. Through fun and interactive activities, your child will learn to recognize and identify numbers 1 through 10. We'll use a variety of resources, such as counting games, colorful visuals, and hands-on exercises to ensure a solid understanding. Module 2: Counting Skills - Building on number recognition, this module focuses on developing counting skills. Your child will engage in activities that promote counting objects, fingers, and toes! We'll explore the concept of one-to-one correspondence, a crucial skill for understanding the quantity associated with each number. Module 3: Introduction to Basic Operations - As your child becomes familiar with numbers, we'll take the next step by introducing basic operations like addition and subtraction in a playful and accessible manner. Through games and hands-on activities, we aim to create a positive association with these foundational mathematical concepts. Module 4: Shapes and Patterns - Numbers often go hand in hand with shapes and patterns. This module delves into the world of shapes, helping your child recognize and create simple patterns. Understanding these relationships lays the groundwork for more advanced mathematical concepts in the future. Module 5: Number Games and Puzzles - Learning should be fun! In this module, we incorporate various games and puzzles to reinforce number skills. Your child will enjoy activities that challenge their problem-solving abilities while solidifying their understanding of numbers in a playful environment. Assessment and Progress Monitoring: - Regular assessments and progress monitoring are integral parts of our approach. We provide feedback to parents and caregivers, ensuring that your child is making steady progress and enjoying the learning journey. Conclusion: By the end of this course, your child will have a strong foundation in numbers, setting the stage for future mathematical success. We look forward to embarking on this learning adventure together and fostering a love for numbers that will last a lifetime.

Theme – 3. What is Zero
Course Introduction: Upper Nursery Maths - Exploring Zero Welcome to Upper Nursery Maths, where young minds embark on an exciting journey into the world of numbers and mathematical concepts. In this course, we will be delving into the foundational concept of "Zero" – a fundamental building block in the realm of mathematics. Course Overview: Understanding numbers is a crucial aspect of early childhood education, and introducing the concept of zero is a key milestone in this process. Zero is a unique and powerful number that holds a special place in the numerical system. In this course, we will explore what zero is, its significance, and how it contributes to our understanding of mathematics. Course Objectives: 1. Define Zero: Students will learn the basic definition of zero and understand that it represents the absence of quantity. 2. Identify Zero in Everyday Life: We will explore real-life examples where zero plays a significant role, helping students recognize its presence in their surroundings. 3. Counting with Zero: While counting numbers is a familiar activity, we will introduce the concept of counting with zero, emphasizing its role in numerical sequences. 4. Understanding Place Value: Students will be introduced to the concept of place value, recognizing how zero affects the value of other digits in a number. 5. Basic Arithmetic with Zero: We will delve into simple addition and subtraction involving zero, laying the foundation for more complex mathematical operations in the future. Teaching Methodology: This course employs a hands-on and interactive approach to make learning enjoyable for young minds. Through engaging activities, games, and visual aids, students will actively participate in grasping the concept of zero. Our goal is to create a positive and stimulating environment that fosters a love for learning. Assessment and Progress: Regular assessments, quizzes, and interactive activities will be used to gauge students' understanding of the concept of zero. This will help educators tailor their teaching methods to address individual needs and ensure a comprehensive grasp of the material. Conclusion: As we embark on this mathematical journey, our aim is to provide Upper Nursery students with a solid foundation in understanding the concept of zero. By the end of this course, students will not only recognize zero in various contexts but also appreciate its importance as a foundational element in the world of mathematics. Let's explore the fascinating world of zero together.

Theme – 4. Comparison of Numbers 0-9
Welcome to the exciting world of Upper Nursery Maths! In this course, we embark on a thrilling journey into the realm of numbers, focusing specifically on the Comparison of Numbers 0-9. This foundational topic serves as a crucial building block for your child's mathematical development. Course Overview: Title: Comparison of Numbers 0-9 in Upper Nursery Maths Objective: The primary objective of this course is to introduce young learners to the concept of comparing numbers from 0 to 9. Through engaging activities and interactive lessons, we aim to develop their understanding of numerical relationships and pave the way for future mathematical success. Key Topics: 1. Introduction to Numbers: We'll begin by revisiting the numbers 0 through 9, ensuring a solid foundation in number recognition and counting skills. 2. Comparing Numbers: Students will explore the concept of comparing numbers using symbols such as greater than (>) and less than (<). This will help them understand the relative size of different numbers. 3. Ordering Numbers: Building on comparisons, learners will practice arranging numbers in ascending and descending order. This skill is fundamental for understanding numerical sequences. 4. Hands-On Activities: Through hands-on activities, games, and visual aids, students will actively engage with the material, promoting a deeper understanding of the comparison of numbers. 5. Real-World Examples: We'll explore real-world examples to demonstrate the relevance of comparing numbers in everyday life. This connection to practical scenarios enhances comprehension and application. Teaching Methodology: Our teaching approach emphasizes a combination of visual, auditory, and kinesthetic methods to cater to diverse learning styles. Interactive games, group activities, and colorful visuals will make the learning experience enjoyable and memorable for young minds. Assessment: Regular assessments and quizzes will be conducted to gauge each child's progress and ensure a thorough understanding of the comparison of numbers. This will enable us to tailor our teaching methods to meet individual needs. Parental Involvement: We encourage parents to actively participate in their child's learning journey. Regular updates on course content and suggestions for reinforcing concepts at home will be provided. Join us on this mathematical adventure as we explore the fascinating world of numbers and lay the groundwork for a lifelong love of learning and problem-solving. Let's make Upper Nursery Maths a fun and rewarding experience for your child.

Theme – 5. Measuring Length
Welcome to the exciting world of Upper Nursery Maths! In this course, we'll embark on a journey to explore the fundamental concept of "Measuring Length." As budding mathematicians, our young learners will delve into the fascinating realm of size and dimension, discovering how to quantify and compare the lengths of various objects. Course Overview: Module 1: Introduction to Measurement - Objective: Develop an understanding of what measurement is and why it is important. - Activities: Engage in hands-on activities to measure everyday objects using non-standard units (e.g., cubes, paper clips) to grasp the concept of length. Module 2: Exploring Tools for Measurement - Objective: Familiarize students with basic measurement tools. - Activities: Introduce rulers, measuring tapes, and other simple tools. Learn how to use them accurately and efficiently for measuring length. Module 3: Non-Standard Units of Measurement - Objective: Understand the concept of non-standard units for measurement. - Activities: Explore the use of everyday objects (such as crayons or building blocks) as units of measurement. Practice measuring various items using these non-standard units. Module 4: Standard Units of Measurement - Objective: Introduce the concept of standard units for measurement. - Activities: Learn about commonly used units like centimeters and inches. Practice measuring and comparing lengths using standard units. Module 5: Comparing Lengths - Objective: Develop the ability to compare and order lengths. - Activities: Engage in fun and interactive games to compare the lengths of different objects. Practice using terms like shorter, longer, and equal. Module 6: Measuring with Precision - Objective: Emphasize precision in measurement. - Activities: Focus on aligning measurement tools correctly, avoiding gaps or overlaps. Practice measuring objects accurately to the nearest unit. Module 7: Practical Applications - Objective: Apply measurement skills to real-life scenarios. - Activities: Measure and compare objects in the classroom or at home. Discuss how measurement is used in daily life, emphasizing its importance in various fields. Conclusion: Our Upper Nursery Maths course on Measuring Length aims to lay a solid foundation for understanding measurement concepts. Through hands-on activities, interactive games, and practical applications, students will develop the skills needed to navigate the world of lengths and dimensions with confidence and enthusiasm. Get ready to measure, compare, and explore the exciting world of mathematics.

Theme – 6. Days of the Week
Course Introduction: Upper Nursery Maths - Days of the Week Welcome to Upper Nursery Maths! In this exciting course, we will embark on a journey to explore and understand the concept of days of the week. This fundamental topic lays the groundwork for a child's early mathematical development and provides a practical understanding of the chronological order of days. Course Objectives: 1. Recognizing Days: The primary goal is to familiarize our young learners with the names of the days of the week. Through engaging activities and interactive sessions, children will develop the ability to identify and name each day. 2. Sequencing: Building on the understanding of individual days, we will delve into the concept of sequencing. Children will learn the correct order of the days of the week, helping them grasp the idea of time progression. 3. Associating Activities: Days of the week are often linked with specific activities or events. This course will guide children in associating certain activities with particular days, reinforcing their comprehension of the weekly cycle. 4. Creative Expression: Through art, crafts, and storytelling, children will have the opportunity to express their understanding of the days of the week creatively. This encourages not only mathematical development but also enhances communication and imagination skills. Teaching Methods: 1. Interactive Games: Engaging games and activities will be incorporated to make learning fun and interactive. These games will involve physical movement, encouraging a holistic learning experience. 2. Visual Aids: Colorful charts, images, and diagrams will be used to visually represent the days of the week. Visual aids are crucial for young learners to grasp abstract concepts, making the learning process more enjoyable. 3. Storytelling: Incorporating stories related to the days of the week helps children connect the abstract concept with real-life scenarios, making learning more relatable and enjoyable. 4. Group Activities: Collaborative learning fosters social skills and teamwork. Group activities will be an integral part of the course, promoting a supportive and interactive learning environment. Assessment: Assessment in this course will focus on a child's ability to identify days of the week, sequence them correctly, and associate activities with specific days. Evaluation will be done through both informal observation and occasional simple assessments to ensure understanding and retention of the concepts. Get ready for a fun-filled journey through the days of the week! Let's explore, learn, and grow together in Upper Nursery Maths.

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