Math Resources for Children

Practice Makes Perfect:

  • Grade 8 & 9: Strengthen your skills with the New Elementary Mathematics 1 Syllabus D and the New Elementary Mathematics 2 Syllabus D textbooks. These books are from the Singapore Math curriculum (it is the natural continuation of the resources we use for Alpha and Beta class). They can also be purchased online or at ABC Academic Books. The textbooks have accompanying workbooks which we also recommend for extra practice.
  • Math Pickle website is a great resource created by a mathematician/math educator named Gordon Hamilton. We use some of his materials at Math Circles and he has even been a special guest in our classes in the past!
  • As all our students know, math is about much more than memorizing formulas. Check out this resource from Mathigon for a very fun and interactive way to improve your skills.
  • OneOnEpsilon has a lot of great content that has been curated by knowledgeable math professionals. They’re always coming up with fun and informative ways to keep you in the know. Poke around and see what you can find!

Deeper Appreciation of Math

A Little Extra Help

  • Since our program aims to add enrichment to material taught regularly in schools, it is often challenging. For students who are struggling in school and looking for extra help, we can recommend the following programs:

Have Some Fun with It!

  • Check out CodeMonkey, a fun and educational game environment where students learn to code in a real programming language, no previous experience needed.
  • Here’s a great YouTube channel that has a variety of fun videos on the idiosyncrasies of mathematics.

Science Resources for Children

Resources for Parents