Course Features
Group Lessons
Students have the opportunity to engage in meaningful discussions about strategies they are using to solve the problems they are working on.
Math Competitions
We organize math competition teams for Math Kangaroo, MOEMS and other math contests. Instructions and training are provided to help the students be well prepared and build confidence in the math competitions.
Assessment
Ongoing assessments are arranged via monthly tests and weekly homework, to make sure the students master the contents of the courses and make good progress in their learning journey.
Course Content
Overview
This course covers the content from GT tests and private school entry exams. This will help improve students' concentration, memory and critical thinking abilities.
Objectives

Number & picture analogies

Number puzzles

Arithmetic reasoning

Number series

Spatial visualization

Pattern completion

Figural series

Following directions

Picture concepts

Oral vocabulary

Aural reasoning

Verbal classification

Verbal reasoning

Relational concepts
Class Schedule

INPERSON: Thursdays, 3:30pm  4:30pm
Overview
Math Olympiad is a comprehensive and engaging math curriculum designed to nurture a love for problemsolving and critical thinking in young learners. Each level The program focuses on developing a deep understanding of foundational math topics while promoting creativity, logical reasoning, and perseverance.
Objectives
By the end of Level 1, students will be able to:

Understand the fundamentals of arithmetic, including addition, subtraction, and early multiplication.

Build confidence in solving word problems and applying math in realworld scenarios.

Develop spatial reasoning through geometry, shapes, and patterns.

Strengthen number sense with an emphasis on place value and counting techniques.

Cultivate problemsolving skills by tackling puzzles and interactive challenges.
Core Topics Covered:

Numbers & Place Value

Understanding place value (hundreds, tens, and ones)

Counting by 2s, 5s, 10s, and other patterns

Comparing and ordering numbers up to 1000)


Addition & Subtraction

Addition and subtraction within 1000

Solving word problems using addition and subtraction

Mental math strategies for quick calculations


Early Multiplication

Introduction to the concept of multiplication as repeated addition

Basic multiplication facts (2s, 5s, and 10s)

Simple arrays and equal groups


Measurement

Understanding units of measurement (length, weight, time)

Estimating and measuring in reallife contexts

Solving word problems related to measurement


Geometry & Shapes

Identifying and classifying 2D and 3D shapes

Understanding properties of shapes (sides, angles, edges)

Exploring symmetry and patterns in geometry


ProblemSolving & Puzzles

Strategies for approaching challenging puzzles

Logical reasoning and pattern recognition ●

Applying math concepts to solve complex problems


Fractions & Decimals (Introductory):

Understanding simple fractions as parts of a whole

Comparing and ordering fractions

Class Schedule

INPERSON: Fridays, 3:30 pm  4:30 p
Overview
The AMC 8 is a 25question, 40minute, multiplechoice examination in middle school mathematics designed to promote the development of problemsolving skills. The AMC 8 provides an opportunity for middle school students to develop positive attitudes towards analytical thinking and mathematics that can assist in future careers. Students apply classroom skills to unique problemsolving challenges in a lowstress and friendly environment.
The material covered on the AMC 8 includes topics from a typical middle school mathematics curriculum. Possible topics include but are not limited to counting and probability, estimation, proportional reasoning, elementary geometry including the Pythagorean Theorem, spatial visualization, everyday applications, and reading and interpreting graphs and tables. In addition, some of the later questions may involve linear or quadratic functions and equations, coordinate geometry, and other topics traditionally covered in a beginning algebra course.
Overview
This is the continuation course of the AMC8 course, and the goal is to bridge the gap between AMC8 and AMC10. Students planning to get a competitive score in AMC8 or to participate in AMC10 for the first time to test water are all good candidates for this course. More advanced math knowledge and problemsolving skills will be covered. Problems in this course are becoming more challenging, and hopefully, students will enjoy cracking out more impossible problems.
Objectives

Absolute values I (+)

Absolute values II (+)

Floor and ceiling (IA 20.3, MA 16.416.5)

Exponents and radicals (IA 1.61.8)

Expressions (IA 2)

Advanced linear equations (IA3.2(3.11, 3.2.33.2.4), 3.5, Challenge)

Multivariate expressions (IA 4)

Advanced multivariate linear equations (IA5.3(5.3.3, 5.3.4), 5.55.6)

Ratio and Percent(IA 6.1.5, 6.26.4)

Percentage and Proportion (IA 6.5, 7.17.3)

Rate (IA 7.4, Challenge)

Cartesian plane, points and lines (IA 8.18.3)

Line Equations (IA 8.48.5)

Inequalities(IA 9.19.2)

Inequalities and linear optimization(IA 9.39.5)

Angles (IG 2)

Congruent Triangles (IG 3.13.5, +)

Perimeter and Area (IG 4, challenge)

Intercept Theorem (+)

Similar Triangles I(IG 5.15.5)

Similar Triangles II (+)

Right triangles selected (IG 6.16.5, challenge)

Special parts of a triangle (Intro + IG 7.6, challenge)

Quadrilaterals I (IG 8)

Quadrilaterals II (IG 8)

Polygons (IG 9)

Primes, Composites and Divisors (+)

Prime factorization and divisors (IN 45)

Special numbers and algebra with Integers (IN 67)

Base number (IN 8)

Base number arithmetic(IN 9)

Counting is arithmetic (don’t memorize) (IC 1)

Casework, complementary, construction and restriction (IC2)

Overcounting (IC 3)

Combinations( IC 4)

Combinations (IC 5)
Overview
Math Olympiad is a comprehensive and engaging math curriculum designed to nurture a love for problemsolving and critical thinking in young learners. Each level The program focuses on developing a deep understanding of foundational math topics while promoting creativity, logical reasoning, and perseverance.
Objectives
By the end of Level 2, students will be able to:

Understand and apply the fundamentals of multiplication and division.

Explore the properties of shapes, lines, and angles in geometry.

Develop a deep understanding of fractions, including comparisons and operations.

Solve word problems using logical reasoning and multiplestep strategies.

Enhance their ability to think critically and approach problems with perseverance.

Build fluency in arithmetic operations with a focus on both speed and accuracy.
Core Topics Covered:

Multiplication

Understanding multiplication as repeated addition.

Properties of multiplication (commutative, associative, distributive).

Multiplication facts, patterns, and strategies.


Division

Understanding division as repeated subtraction and grouping.

Relating division to multiplication.

Division facts and solving word problems.


Fractions

Introduction to fractions and their parts (numerators, denominators).

Comparing and ordering fractions.

Adding and subtracting fractions.


Geometry

Identifying and classifying shapes (polygons, triangles, quadrilaterals).

Measuring perimeter and area.

Understanding angles and symmetry.


Number Patterns & Place Value

Recognizing patterns in numbers and arithmetic.

Exploring place value and its role in arithmetic operations.


Measurement & Time

Understanding units of measurement for length, weight, and volume.

Reading and interpreting time.


Word Problems

Developing strategies for solving complex word problems.

Multistep problemsolving using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

Class Schedule

INPERSON: Fridays, 4:30 pm  5:25 pm
Overview
Math Olympiad is a comprehensive and engaging math curriculum designed to nurture a love for problemsolving and critical thinking in young learners. Each level The program focuses on developing a deep understanding of foundational math topics while promoting creativity, logical reasoning, and perseverance.
Objectives
By the end of Level 3, students will be able to:

Perform advanced operations with numbers of multidigit multiplications, divisions and exponents, including basic calculations involving powers.

Understand relationships among fractions, decimals, and percentages.

Solve realworld problems involving fractions and decimals.

Break down and solve challenging multistep problems using logical thinking.

Identify shapes, calculate perimeter, area, and volume, and solve measurement problems.

Use patterns and algebraic thinking by recognizing patterns and begin developing algebra skills.

Understand Probability with calculating simple probabilities and analyzing data with basic statistics.

Tackle challenging math puzzles and use creative strategies to find solutions.
Core Topics Covered:

Multiplication and Exponents

Mastering multidigit multiplication and the properties of multiplication.

Introduction to exponents and their applications.


Division and Factors

Division strategies and interpreting remainders.

Understanding factors, prime factorization, and greatest common divisors.


Fractions and Decimals

Building a deep understanding of fractions and operations with fractions.

Converting between fractions and decimals, understanding place value.


Geometry and Measurement

Exploring shapes, angles, perimeter, area, and volume.

Problemsolving with measurement and converting units of measure.


Logic and Word Problems

Strengthening logical reasoning through puzzles and brainteasers.

Tackling multistep word problems using algebraic thinking.


Probability and Statistics

Introduction to probability and using data to make predictions.

Understanding basic statistics and data interpretation

Class Schedule

INPERSON: Thursdays, 4:30 pm  5:25 pm
Overview
Math Olympiad aims to discover the “fun” in mathematics and enhance children’s logical reasoning ability by focusing on the exploration of different problemsolving strategies. The course uses Beast Academy as the main content and adds Gao Si Math (Chinese Math Olympiad Textbook) and basic practices to complete the math competition learning system.
Objectives
Math Olympiad Level 4

Venn Diagrams & Factorials

Addition and Subtraction (Unlike Denominators)

Multiplication & Division

Simplifying

Arithmetic Sequences

Arithmetic Series

Geometric and Other Sequences

Using Ratios

Proportional Reasoning

Rates

Multiplying Decimals by Powers of 10

Converting Fractions to Decimals

Division

Conversions

Percent of a Number

Equations, Percent Change

Comparing

Tricky Square Roots (Factoring)

The Pythagorean Theorem

Multiplying and Dividing Powers

Zero and Negative Exponents

Raising a Power to a Power
Class Schedule

Online: Fridays, 6:00 pm  7:00 pm EST
Overview
Math Olympiad is a comprehensive and engaging math curriculum designed to nurture a love for problemsolving and critical thinking in young learners. Each level The program focuses on developing a deep understanding of foundational math topics while promoting creativity, logical reasoning, and perseverance.
Objectives
By the end of Level K, students will be able to:

Develop a strong understanding of basic arithmetic operations (addition and subtraction)

Master counting, number patterns, and place value concepts

Explore introductory concepts in geometry, measurement, and problemsolving

Learn to approach math challenges with creativity and persistence

Cultivate an early appreciation for math as an enjoyable and rewarding subject
Core Concepts Covered:

Counting and Place Value

Counting to 100 and beyond

Understanding tens and ones

Comparing and ordering numbers


Addition and Subtraction

Basic addition and subtraction facts within 20

Adding and subtracting twodigit numbers

Understanding the relationship between addition and subtraction


Shapes and Geometry Geometry

Identifying and comparing basic shapes (2D and 3D)

Understanding symmetry, patterns, and spatial relationships


Measurement and Time

Measuring length, height, and weight using nonstandard units)

Telling time to the nearest hour and halfhour

Understanding basic units of time (days, weeks, months)


Patterns and ProblemSolving

Recognizing and creating repeating patterns

Solving simple word problems

Introduction to logic puzzles and visual problemsolving

Class Schedule

INPERSON: Thursdays, 3:30pm  4:30pm
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