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Mathematics 1 Part 1 course

A basic course for children aged 4 to 6 years. By the end of the course, the child will develop an interest in knowledge, and improve their attention, memory, speech, and mental operations.

Children will learn to:

- compare and contrast the main colors and shades;
- count to ten forwards and backwards;
- distinguish between cardinal and ordinal numbers up to ten;
- name the previous and following number for each numeral, and continue counting forwards and backwards from any given number;
- compare neighboring numbers (up to ten);
- use basic mathematical signs;
- design short math problems;
- solve simple math problems involving money (a trip to the store).

Children will be able to:

- identify and compare the features of different objects and phenomena, using a variety of examination methods;
- recognize 2D and 3D elements and shapes
- orient themselves in space (up, down, in front, behind, between, next to, left, right); compare spatial orientations (higher than, lower than, to the left of, to the right of, above, below, closer than, further than, inside);
- concentrate on the object under study;
- solve non-standard logical problems.

Number of classes:

40-60

Duration:

7 months

Ages:

from 4 years

Mathematics 1 Part 2 course

A continuation of the Mathematics 1.1 Foundation Course. It is designed for children aged 5 to 7 years, who can count and solve sums up to 10, and know the difference between the main spatial, temporal, and geometric concepts. The program focuses on counting to 20, performing one-digit addition and subtraction, using a ruler to measure things, as well as improving concentration, and developing logical thinking.

Children will learn to:

- count to twenty and know the number order;
- distinguish between cardinal and ordinal numbers up to twenty;
- be able to name the previous and the next number for each numeral, continue counting forward and backward from any given number;
- compare neighboring numbers (up to twenty);
- know number compositions (up to twenty);
- solve simple one-digit sums using worksheets;
- create simple sums using visual material;
- work out ways to solve a problem;
- understand and solve simple problems using money in "A trip to the store" (up to 20);
- measure geometric shapes using a ruler, such as a segment, sides of a triangle, quadrangle (square, rectangle), and distance between objects;
- understand and distinguish between mathematical concepts, such as area, volume and mass;
- recognize and set the time on analog and digital watches, calculate time intervals;
- correlate the time on a watch to a part of the day;
- solve logical problems.

Number of classes:

40-60

Duration:

7 months

Ages:

from 5 years

Mathematics 2 course

It is designed for children aged 6 to 8 years. It is suitable for children who can easily count to 20, use a ruler to measure things, and have an understanding of time, including using a clock. The program covers more complex mathematical material, and children also learn to solve non-standard logical problems.

Children will learn to:

- count to one hundred and place each ten in order;
- add and subtract with crossing the next ten;
- perform multiplication and division using object material (up to 20);
- draw flat geometric figures: straight line, segment, sides of a triangle, quadrangles (square, rectangle);
- calculate time intervals;
- find and compare areas of geometric shapes, object volumes and weight;
- solve non-standard logical problems, complete exercises to develop their attention and memory.

Number of classes:

80-100

Duration:

12 months

Ages:

from 6 years

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