Math Challenge III

This Math Class is an extension of the Classic Math School Program. Based on the level of students, we develop students’ creative thinking abilities and math strategies. The course covers a great deal of material and place emphasis on active learning and putting knowledge to use in independent and creative ways. This course is suitable for 4th-5th graders. Students will learn multiplication, division, logic, exponents, fractions, integers, decimals and basic probabilities.

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Math Challenge II

This Math Class is an extension of the Classic Math School Program. Based on the level of students, we develop students’ creative thinking abilities and math strategies. The course covers a great deal of material and place emphasis on active learning and putting knowledge to use in independent and creative ways. This course is suitable for 2nd-3rd graders.

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Reading and Writing (Grades 2-3)

In this fast-paced course, students will explore how words help writers build worlds.  They will explore fiction and non-fiction texts along with poetry, and analyze the tools authors use to create vivid images and rich experiences across different genres.  Students will work on developing high-level vocabulary in context, varying their sentence structure, and creating their own expanded piece of fiction based on an imagined world.  

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Math Fun – Creative Thinking II

This “nontraditional” math class aims to provide preschoolers with a rich and engaging environment in which their mathematical thinking ability can be built and developed. The goal of this class is to introduce the “fun” and the “beauty” of math to the young learners to boost their positive attitude toward mathematics before they officially step into schools. In addition, the course focuses on enhancing young learners’ mathematical language skills to improve their expressiveness. Origami, cutting, and small experiments will also be included as class activities to improve children’s observation skills and fine motor abilities. 

  • Creative Thinking II (5 ~ 6 yrs)Syllabus:
  • Logic Reasoning
    • Introduction to coding
    • Word problems
    • Comparison
    • The exploration of patterns
    • Enumeration
  • Math Games (advanced)
    • Number hunt
    • Labyrinth puzzles
    • Sudoku
    • Matchstick puzzles
    • Strategy games
  • Equality (equation with unknowns)
  • Spatial thinking (advanced)
    • 2 D shapes exploration
    • 3 D shapes exploration
    • Shape composition/decomposition
  • Introduction to Transformation (rotation, translation, dilation, & reflection)
  • Time in everyday life
  • Collect & Analyze Data
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