i-Maths

What is i-Maths?

i-Maths is an early enrichment program for young children between 3 to 7 years which helps children to prepare for school and academics.

i-Maths helps children understand complex math concepts in a very simple and fun way, children perceive and start recognizing the math around them in the real world.

i-Maths, a division of UCMAS, started its operations in Malaysia since 200 and is currently running in 17 countries.

How does it help children?

The hands-on learning method in i-Maths help children experience and understand math, building a strong foundation at early learning years.

i-Maths help children to

  1. Improve motor skills
  2. Understand abstract concept of math with concrete material and manipulatives
  3. Develop number sense
  4. Understand math language and improve on problem solving
  5. Enhance observation and creative thinking skills
  6. Improve spacial sense
  7. Improve CQ (Creative Quotient)
  8. Improve IQ (Intelligent Quotient)
  9. Develop analytical and critical thinking

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i-Maths Methods of Teaching

i-Maths follows the tri lateral method of introducing a concept

Introduction of a concept through i-Maths

  • CONCRETE METHOD
    • 3D learning tools focused on hands on learning, encouraging experimental learning
  • SEMI-ABSTRACT METHOD
    • 2D charts, visual charts representing the flow and charts which helps better understanding and develops the aptitude and skills
  • ABSTRACT METHODS
    • Activity books used to apply and evaluate the concepts taught

i-Maths encourages multiple solution

i-Maths program is built around taking a child through different learning experience using different approaches.

i-Maths & School Curriculum

i-Maths is based on Canadian curriculum designed to make math fun and enjoyable in a very systematic way. i-Maths cover the various curriculum topics in arithmetic, algebra and geometry. Few of the topics covered in i-Maths aligned to North American Curriculum (Elementary Schools)

  • Counting
    • Probablity
    • Spatial Sense
    • Classification
  • Size
    • Money
    • Shapes 2D & 3D
    • Patterns
  • Time
    • Measurement
    • Data & Graphs
    • Venn Diagram
  • Probablity
    • Spatial Sense
    • Fractions
    • Estimation