# IQ Math P2 (8 yr)

Objectives

1. Generate and enhance interest in students through practical and Mathematical related activities.
2. Strengthen students’ mathematical concepts and problem solving skills that are required in the primary syllabus.

Course Outline

• Basic problem solving
• Counting shapes
• Development of mental calculation through games
• Development of  thinking skills through challenging IQ questions
• Physical puzzle solving
• Recognising Mathematical shapes through unit origami
• Reinforcing skills and concepts learnt through designed activities
• Spatial skills development through hands-on tangram puzzle

Programme Package

• Materials
• Coloured origami paper
• My tangram booklet

 Year End Holiday- Time (minutes to/past) - Measurement   (estimating and   measuring) - Money (equal values) - Addition (up to 2   digits) - Subtraction (within   100)- Multiplication and   Division (within 100) - Problem Solving- IQ Questions Semester 1 (Jan – Mar)- Addition (up to   3 digits)- Subtraction (within   500) - Box Sums (within 100) - Problem Solving- IQ and Shapes March Holiday - Addition and   Subtraction (up to 3   digits)- Measurement   (comparing and   arranging) - Money (comparing   and arranging)- Problem Solving- IQ Questions Semester 1 (Mar – May)- Multiplication (tables   of 2,3,4,5 and 10)- Division (within 100)- Measurement   (comparing) - Problem Solving   (model method)- IQ and Shapes Mid Year Holiday- Basic Operations   (+,-,x)- Measurement   (conversion)- Problem Solving   (+, -, x) - Money (+,-)- Time (minutes)- Number Logic - IQ Questions Semester 2 (Jun - Sep)- Mental Calculation - Money (word   problems) - Fraction - Time (target time   and elapsed time) - Problem Solving- IQ Questions September Holiday- Basic Operations   (mixed) - Kakuro - Tesselation- Tessellation- Problem Solving- Equivalent Fractions Semester 2(Sep-Nov)- Volume - Graphs - Problem Solving- Division (long division   within 1000) - Length and Mass   (review) - IQ and Shapes

Topics covered are subjected to change depending on the ability of students.