Hello parents/teachers, Happy to share a tried and tested idea to develop interest, excitement and curiosity in students for learning Algebra. This keeps our students fully engaged in our Algebra workshop. Hope it helps your children/students as well. Introduce your children to Math tricks and teach them how to decode the tricks. Encourage them to... Continue Reading →

One of my grade 8 students was working on the graphical solution method for simultaneous equations. 4x - 5y = 14 3x + y = 1 He plotted the lines on the graph paper and as expected, lines cut at ( 1, -2 ) He knew that the intersection point is the solution for such... Continue Reading →

What comes to your mind when you hear 'She's studying Math' ? Frantic scribbles of complex formulae or crazy numbers and equations that will make you run for your life! Am I right ? ðŸ˜‰ Most students get so engrossed in 'solving' Math that they often miss out on the most important skill imparted by... Continue Reading →

It gives me immense joy that today, Maths2Art is known as â€˜a centre for guided discoveryâ€™ where students develop genuine interest in the subject via stories, drawings & discussions and experience the â€˜joy of learningâ€™. We proudly train our students for self-study. There is a lot of stress and anxiety associated with Maths. At Maths2Art,... Continue Reading →

Maths2Art is a â€˜social startupâ€™ which believes in making Maths Simple & Visual. Maths2Art is not a tuition centre, it is a centre for Guided Discovery.â€‹ â€‹We proudly train our students for self study! There is a lot of pain and anxiety associated with Maths education which creates stress for students/parents. At Maths2Art, we focus... Continue Reading →

2017 has been a year full of new thoughts n ideas and a new found love for writing. Sharing a brief summary of what I have been thinking & implementing @ Maths2Art. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cvOftmZGW5Y

Let us take a look at a grade 3 problem: Find the perimeter of a rectangle whose length is 2 m and breadth is 10 cm. Most of the children are unaware of the significance of units, hence, they might simply ignore the units and attempt it this way : 2 + 10 + 2... Continue Reading →

Most of the students learn about Distributive Property in Grade 4 or Grade 5 and this is how they usually get introduced to this topic. a * (b + c) = a * b + a * c I feel that we can introduce this beautiful & useful mathematical property in a more interesting manner.... Continue Reading →

This is a post for Grade 2 students. I am sure that you must have learnt additionÂ & subtractionÂ by now. Now, it isÂ time for times tables. My aim is to make times tables (multiplication) â€˜simple & visualâ€™ for you. Â What isÂ multiplication? Me : Does the sign of multiplication (Ã—) look similar to the sign of addition... Continue Reading →

Most students learn about Circles in Grade 5 or Grade 6 and this is how we usually introduce this topic to them. We draw a circle, show them the center and radius and then we give them the formula for circumference and area. Then, we tell them that Ï€Â is 22/7 or 3.14 I feel that... Continue Reading →