Spiral Learning Curriculum

We cover the curriculum over time rather than concentrated in short periods, in a spiral learning method, allowing the child to learn and review the questions in deeper depth each time. This method help the child expand his/her knowledge and improve their skill level.

k1 Level

k2 Level

P1 Level

Amy & Ben have 8 apples altogether.
Amy has 4 apples more than Ben.
Ben has ?  apples.

P2 Level

Amy & Ben have 8 apples altogether.

Amy gives 2 apples to Ben,

Amy’s apples = Ben’s apples now.

Ben has ?  apples at first.

P3 Level

Amy & Ben have 60 apples altogether.

Amy gives 12 apples to Ben,

Amy’s apples = Twice of Ben’s apples now.

Ben has ?  apples at first.

P4 Level

Amy & Ben have some apples.

If Amy gives 20 apples to Ben,

Amy’s apples = Ben’s apples.

 

If Ben gives 50 apples to Amy,

Amy’s apples = Thrice of Ben’s apples now.

Ben has ? apples at first.

P5 Level

Ratio of Amy’s to Ben’s apples is 2:3.

After Amy bought 46 apples,

Ben gave away 1/5 of his apples,

Amy’s apples = Ben’s apples now.

Ben has ? apples at first.

P6 Level

Amy, Ben and Clare have 219 apples
altogether.

Amy gives 1/3 of her apples to Clare,

Ben gives 40% of his apples to Amy.

Amy has 60 more apples than Ben and

Ben has 15 apples fewer than Clare now.

Ben has ? apples at first.