I have observed that many books start Fraction with Pizza example. I have a suggestion - Let’s replace Pizza with Cadbury, Chikki (Indian sweet) or anything which is rectangular in shape for a better visual understanding. Let me explain my point with an example. Comparison of Fraction Which fraction is bigger 3/4 or 5/6 ?... Continue Reading →

# A fun way to develop interest in Algebra!

Me - Algebra can help me to find out how many brothers and sisters do you have. Student - How is that possible ? If I don't tell you about my brothers & sisters, how can Algebra help you? Me - That is the beauty of maths dear!! Ok, lets try it out. Student -... Continue Reading →

# Intuitive Introduction to Basic Algebra!

Usually, Algebra is introduced around grade 6. By that time, students are so accustomed to using numbers in Maths that they cannot imagine Maths beyond numbers. They get intimidated by the fact that they have to deal with letters 'x, y, z' in Maths. This fear blocks their mind for any further learning and the... Continue Reading →