Zap Zap Kindergarten Math Now in Eight Languages!

Annnnddd… we’re off!!! Today we launch the newest edition to the Zapzapmath family into the great wide universe to be explored by young, growing minds everywhere! Introducing Zap Zap Kindergarten Math, a mobile-first learning application comprising of educational math games tailored to Grade K students. Just like its predecessor, Zap Zap Kindergarten Math engages kids in […]

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Age Is Just A Number

Falling in love is a part of growing up. You will fall in love with many things and many people throughout your life, from the adorable dog next door, to that book that grows old with you, to the girl that shares the same taste in music as you. But what if you fell in […]

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Three is the magic number

To many parents, having a baby around the house is challenging yet rewarding, very much like mathematics. To Tim, however, it is the worst. In the movie The Boss Baby, Tim is a happy single child with a penchant for dreaming. He is the love of his parents’ lives, the apple of their eyes, the […]

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Fidget Spinners: Bringing a new spin to math

Fidget spinners have become the new must-have toy, flooding classrooms worldwide with a colorful burst of distracting movements. However, spinners aren’t just toys. Instead, spinners are a world of possibility, from nifty tricks to wow your friends with, to lessons learnt on variables and probabilities. Yes, spinners can teach you mathematics! Want to find out how to bring […]

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Higher Order Thinking Skills: the way to go! – by Teoh Poh Yew

Parents and teachers today across a variety of educational settings are talking about helping their kids develop Higher Order Thinking Skills. Here’s a closer look at what these skills are all about. The concept of Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) was established by Dr. Benjamin Bloom and his team in 1956 pertaining to the learning […]

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