P4 Conquer Problem Sums (Latest edition)

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  • Synopsis:

    Developed by qualified and leading educators in their field, Conquer Problem Sums is an enhanced learning series designed to complement schools text book and workbooks on solving word problems.  Conquer Problem Sums incorporates both thinking and procedural learning to aid students to solving problem sums . The strategies and types of questions covered in the book will ground the foundation for higher primary Mathematics at P5 and P6 which have proven to be more challenging for most children due to lack of preparation at lower primary.
     
    Important Note for Users 
    The P4 math syllabus will be changed in 2016.  As such, there are changes made to the 2015 edition of the P4 Conquer Problem Sums. 
    What has been removed from the 2015 edition
    - Chapter 3 (Perpendicular & Parallel Lines)
    - Chapter 6 (Symmetry)
    - Chapter 7 (Tessellation)
    What has been added to the 2016 edition
    - Chapter 8 Review Quesitons (40 questions)
     
    Book Title : P4 Conquer Problem Sums
    Page extent : 252 pages
    Publisher : onSponge Pte Ltd
    ISBN Number : 978-981-08-2052-7
     
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    Developed by qualified and leading educators in their field, Conquer Problem Sums is an enhanced learning series designed to complement schools text book and workbooks on solving word problems.  Conquer Problem Sums incorporates both thinking and procedural learning to aid students to solving problem sums . The strategies and types of questions covered in the book will ground the foundation for higher primary Mathematics at P5 and P6 which have proven to be more challenging for most children due to lack of preparation at lower primary.

     

    Based on MOE syllabus.

     

    Important Note for Users

    This edition is based on the previous MOE syllabus.  The new 2016 syllabus for P4 will exclude the following topics – Tessellation, Symmetry, Parallel and Perpendicular Lines.