Course Category: Mathematics

Mathematics – Grade 3

COURSE DESCRIPTION This course will help children with important topics related to the primary third level. COURSE OBJECTIVES At the end of this course , children wil be able to: Add 2 digit numbers using a split strategy Create number sequences using a calculator They will learn a compensate strategy for addition

Mathematics – Grade 4

This course will help children to learn general concepts of Mathematics – Year 4  COURSE OBJECTIVES At the end of this course , children wil be able to: Use place value charts comfortably Partition 5 digit numbers using a number expander  Use half quarters and eights

Mathematics – Grade 5 (PART I)

COURSE DESCRIPTION This course will help children to learn important concepts of Mathematics – Year 5.  COURSE OBJECTIVES At the end of this course , children wil be able to: Use a compensate strategy for addition, division, and subtraction  Use the area model for multiplication  Use the split strategy for division, addition and subtraction

Mathematics – Grade 5 (PART II)

COURSE DESCRIPTION This course will help children to learn important concepts of Mathematics – Year 5.  COURSE OBJECTIVES At the end of this course , children wil be able to: Use a compensate strategy for addition, division, and subtraction  Use the area model for multiplication  Use the split strategy for division, addition, and subtraction

Mathematics – Grade 10 (PART I)

COURSE DESCRIPTION This course will help children to  learn general concepts of Mathematics – Year 10 COURSE OBJECTIVES At the end of this course , children will be able to learn: How to determine equations of linear functions How to solve contextualized linear problems

Mathematics – Grade 10 (PART II)

COURSE DESCRIPTION This course will help children to  learn general concepts of Mathematics – Year 10  COURSE OBJECTIVES At the end of this course , children will be able to learn: To Define Simultaneous Equations and Solutions To use Index Laws To Solve  Simultaneous  Equations Graphically To Solve  Simultaneous  Equations by Substitution

Mathematics– Grade 9 PART I

Course Description  This course will help children to understand mathematics grade -9 Course Objectives At the end of this course , children(s) wil be able to: Use The Product Law Use The Quotient Law Use The Zero index Law Use The power of a power law Use The power of a quotient law Use The …

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Mathematics – Grade 9 (PART II)

COURSE DESCRIPTION This course will help children’s to – learn key Mathematics  concepts of Year 9. COURSE OBJECTIVES At the end of this course , children(s) wil be able to: Learn the binomial expansion using algebra and the area model Learn to plot a parabolic function Model the distributive law Use Methods to expand a …

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Magic Milk Experiment

When dish soap is dropped into milk, there is a swirl of activity of soap molecules finding and bonding with fat molecules in the milk. With millions of molecules swirling around looking for mates, the colors in the milk get all mixed up!

Dry Ice Experiment

Dry Ice is a fun and cold experiment. There’s many things you can create, so what can you make with dry ice?
Dry ice is a cool and a fun outdoor experiment. Have you ever worked with it? The big caution is that you don’t want to touch it less it burns your skin. Got that? So it has to be handled with tongs and/or insulated gloves.

DIY Lava Lamp Experiment

With this project, you can make your own (temporary) DIY lava lamp with household materials! It’s easy and safe, and it looks very cool.
This lava lamp experiment is super cool! Your kids will love exploring colored water and oil, but a surprise ingredient will make this science activity even more exciting! It’s always a hit with the kids. So grab a few household supplies and give this lava lamp science activity a try!