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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 Quadrilaterals
– 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.