Pi Day in Singapore

Thousands of students around the world celebrate Pi Day today, but local math students in Singapore can only dream of…

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The 12 Problems of CHRISTmaths

Vintage Christmas—Just like Baby Jesus two millennia ago! Christmas is a golden and joyful opportunity for number enthusiasts and math…

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Anything Funny about Singapore Math?

Math educators, especially stressed [often self-inflicted] local teachers in Singapore, are always on the look-out for something funny or humorous…

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The Numerology about Mr. Lee Kuan Yew

In the aftermath of the death of Singapore’s founding father, Mr. Lee Kuan Yew (1923–2015), a number of numerological tidbits…

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Stack Modeling as Mathematical Art

Gain that competitive edge, by being a creative Singapore math educator and problem solver! Title available on App Store and…

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The Lighter Side of Innumeracy

Scanning a QR Code may still work! From: Scott Stratten’s “QR Codes Kill Kittens“ Most of us may not admit…

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Singapore Math Books on the Bar Model Method

In recent years, because of the popularity of Singapore math books being promoted and used in many countries, suddenly local…

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7000+ Drill-and-Kill Singapore Math Questions

Based on the average number of questions contained in an assessment (or supplementary) math book these days, it can be…

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Number Patterns on Social Media

If you had been on Facebook for some time, it’s very likely that you would have come across a certain…

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