Hi any recommendations for Math enrichment for my p2 gal? Kumon? Math Monkey? Mind Stretcher? Need a good recommendation/review. Thanks!

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Hi Sam, u nd to know what works for ur child? What areas u wish ur child to improve? What math problem is ur child facing? My daughter has been attending Math Monkey for the past few years. She likes it a lot, because is fun (mind u, some are quite thought provoking games) & each lesson she will hv something to share wz me. This is how a child relates what they are learning in class. Teacher is v professional, v engaging as well. Asking questions & allow my child to think of how to show a math problem in different ways. As what I would like my child to be "a thinker not just a doer". Get to find out more from each centre. More importantly, ask ur child what she likes. She will tell u. As I always tell my friends, when a child is motivated, the rest is history! Hv fun!....

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Hi, I would like to recommend Multi-Process Model, MPM Math . MPM has a very structured approach to help to develop student's thinking ability and problem solving skill. The program caters for individual learning and thus the student can excel at his/her own pace of learning in Maths. The worksheets provided are colorful and engaging. My daugther joins Jelic Math (MPM for younger children) since she turned 4. It provides independent learning environment and my daugther has gained more confident in Maths. She will progress to MPM after complete Jelic program. You may find more information from the official MPM website: http://sg.mpmmath.com/ and download some sample worksheets from http://www.mpmmath.us/sampleworksheets.html

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I would highly recommend Kumon. My six year old daughter has been attending Kumon for the last two years and it has really improved both her math skill as well as learning discipline. I really appreciate the fact that each child learns at their own pace is not in a race with the others around them. The habit of working daily on a problem sheet also instills a strong sense of discipline. I have tried the orchard as well as the River Valley Centre and can highly recommend both.

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thanks