## Fusion Math P5 (11 yr old)

##### Objectives
1. Enhance students’ interest, creativity, analytical thinking skills and spirit of learning through discoveries and challenges in Mathematics.
2. Impart knowledge and skills through various non-routine and problem solving heuristics.
3. Cultivate students’ aptitude in solving problems as topics taught are in line with NMOS.

Year End Holiday Semester 1 (Jan – Mar)
– Number Sense
– Number Pattern
– Ones Digit
– Sum of Digits
– Average
– Angles
– Problem Solving
– Counting Triangles
– Counting Routes
– Fractions (Missing Number)
– Fraction, Ratio, Percentage
– Working Backwards
– Cross Multiplication
– Short or Extra Concept
– Grouping & Sets
– Puzzle Problems
– Factors & Multiples
– Number Manipulation
– Number Pattern
– Shapes & Patterns
– Revision
March Holiday Semester 1 (Mar – May)
– Alphametics
– Area & Perimeter
– Problem Solving on Fractions
– Calendar
– Replacement Concept
– Equivalent Subject
– Worst Case Scenario
– Extreme Case Scenario
– Rate and Proportion
– Problem Solving on Fractions
– Problem Solving on Rate
– Problem Solving on Percentage
– Speed, Time and Distance
– Factors / Multiples / Divisibility
– Logic
– Geometry
– Number Manipulation
Mid Year Holiday Semester 2 (Jun – Sep)
– Mock Papers – Problem Solving Techniques
– Numbers & Manipulation (Finding Missing Digits & Numbers,
Manipulating Sum & Difference of Terms)
– Number Theory & Manipulation (Missing Digits & Numbers, Partial Fractions,
Higher-Order Fraction Manipulation)
– Number Theory (Arithmetic Progression, Geometric Progression)
– Problem Solving (Guess and Check)
September Holiday Semester 2 (Sep – Nov)
– Rate and Proportion
– Problem Solving (Venn Diagram, Extreme Case Scenarios)
– Exponential Growth
– Geometry (Angles, Angles in Polygons, Area and Perimeter,
Translation of Area, Volume and Surface Area 3D Figure)
– Rate (Constant Growth, Logic)
– Number Theory & Manipulation (Divisibility, Indices)
– Sum of Digits

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