Grade 6 Singapore Math (U.S. Edition)
Developer: PawPrints Learning Technologies
Current Version: 1
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Download Size: 22.1 MB - Download
Learn Grade Six Mathematics (U.S. Edition) with Singapore Math Videos and ace your math exams!
Many step by step video examples to learn math concepts.
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Video:Fraction Multiplication Division
Video:Solving Fraction Word Problems
Video:Learning about Percentages
Video:Changes in Percentage
Video:Solving Problems for Percentages (1)
Video:Solving Problems for Percentages (2)
Video:Ratios and Fractions
Video:Solving Speed Word Problems
Video:Learning about Solid Figures
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Introduction to Singapore Math:
In the United States, Singapore Math is a teaching method based on the primary textbooks and syllabus from the national curriculum of Singapore.
These textbooks have a consistent and strong emphasis on problem solving, with a focus on in-depth understanding of essential math skills.
Explanations of math concepts are exceptionally clear and simple, so that students can read it easily.
Most Helpful Reviews
Good Supplement - Well, I noticed that the problems are slightly more difficult than grade 6 but i thought that this was resource was a good supplement to existing education. Problems and explanations are of Singapore Math nature. A student can rewind and fast forward to needed sections at her own pace and convenience. And its not exactly very costly, much cheaper and available than Singapore Math Textbooks.
Mostly procedural teaching with little understanding - I am very sorry that this app took "Singapore Math" as its title since it has almost nothing in common with the Singapore Math approach. Singapore Math uses conceptual teaching with models (concrete to pictorial to abstract) while this app uses procedural math teaching (actually just telling—not really teaching) as its only method. I'd be upset if it had cost more than 99¢ and would have loved to have someone save me the trouble and the dollar. Save yours!