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Dec13

The Value of Effort in Childhood

The Value of Effort in Childhood

  Like Mahatma Gandhi said,  “Satisfaction lies in the effort, not in the attainment. Full effort is full victory,” and how right is he? Educating our children on the values of consistency, perseverance, and effort will make them become fighters for their own destiny, avoiding the conformity of a simple life. But how do you […]

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Dec10

Logic Exercises: Graphs

Logic Exercises: Graphs

In today’s entry, we are going to explain a type of logic exercise that can sometimes get confusing for students. These are logic exercises based on images or graphs and next, we will solve one of the logic exercises that can appear during the Smartick logic sessions. Problem: “The image shows a figure with eight […]

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Dec07

The Importance of Writing Statements Well in Mathematics

The Importance of Writing Statements Well in Mathematics

In Smartick we are clear about the convenience of children to dominate math, feel comfortable solving problems and exercises, and even learn to “love mathematics.” But we also give a lot of importance to logic and reading comprehension, which is essential to the acquisition of new knowledge across all subjects. One of the most important milestones […]

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Dec03

Coordinates: Movements Within the Same Quadrant and Between Them

Coordinates: Movements Within the Same Quadrant and Between Them

We have learned what the coordinates are in this blog post, and about the quadrants in which coordinates are divided. But with the exercises in Smartick, we also work with movement within the same quadrant and between them. The placement of Cartesian coordinates has three elements: The initial position: the coordinate in which it starts. The movement: the […]

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Nov26

Theoretical Framework of the Singapore Method

Theoretical Framework of the Singapore Method

In this post, we are going to talk about the Theoretical Framework of the Singapore Method, which revolves around mathematical problem-solving. Concepts The Singapore Method groups mathematical concepts into 6 sections: Numbers Algebra Geometry Statistics Probability Analysis These content categories are closely related and are interdependent. In the different stages of learning, like in different […]

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