With the Internet these days, it is really a treasure trove of information out there. This is especially true in the domain of Mathematics, whereby there are many textbooks, assessment books and even study guides for the students. To the untrained eye, all of the information will be deemed as a precious commodity to them.
However, most of these textbooks and assessment books are written and created by people who are otherwise clueless about Mathematics. A good way to attest to this is to check the questions that are created and presented in the books itself. As MOE can change its syllabus occasionally, not many writers will make the extra effort to keep the questions up to date. Also, I myself have identified many errors in the answer key that some books gave.
In addition, we notice that there aren’t any resource that is catered for very specific needs. In for example, if your child happens to be mildly dyslexic, there are no Singapore Math resources that is catered specially for the child. Do you know exactly how you can help your dyslexic child in Math? Or if your child is hyper active, do you know exactly how to teach Math to an ADHD child?
We notice the gap in this, and hence we aim to provide to you a good and exhaustive pool of resources that will cater to a wide range of needs. You have a child that requires special attention? We have the exact resources that you can use for them. It can keep them engaged on hours end, and you will notice a change in your child’s profile.