Dimension Math Curriculum in Newmarket, Aurora

Demension Math

Dimension math is a branch of mathematics that deals with the study of space and its properties. It is a relatively new field of mathematics, which has its origins in the early 20th century.

Dimensions math is a visual approach to learning mathematics. This means that instead of memorizing equations, students learn to visualize mathematical concepts. This can be a great way for children who are visual learners to understand math concepts.

ELAMB mathematics class focus on knowledge enhancement and application. We facilitate our students’ number sense and abstract thinking ability through the CPA (Concrete, Pictorial, Abstract) approach. Our goal is to build up a solid mathematics foundation for every student, help them understand the math concepts thoroughly, and apply the knowledge into problem-solving with competence and confidence.


C (Concrete):
We introduce math concepts in a tangible way. We build up students’ number sense by using mathematics teaching materials, which benefit their further mathematics study.


P (Pictorial):
We guide our students to visualize mathematics problems. In this way, students can understand the inner logic of every math problem, which will prepare them for abstract thinking.


A (Abstract):
We teach our students to simplify complicated mathematics problems into graphics so students can understand the known, the unknown and the discreet relationships under a given situation.


From concrete to abstract, we facilitate students’ visible mathematics thinking to understand mathematics problems thoroughly and simplify the given situation to solve the problem competently.


In addition, our mathematics class is featured with an accessible entrance exam, an in-class drilling practice in each session, and an end-of-term exam to closely assess every student’s progress.


Entrance exam: To ensure every student can enjoy mathematics learning with confidence. We provide every new student with a free entrance exam to assess the student’s mathematics skills. Then, we will register the student to the class that fits the level.


In-class drilling practice: Our in-class drilling practice is an excellent opportunity for our students to practice and build up their mental math ability regularly. This activity efficiently increases students’ flexibility to think about numbers.


End-of-term exam: This exam assesses students’ understanding of mathematics concepts and their ability to apply the concepts to problem-solving. Our teacher then explains the challenging concepts and problems presented in the exam thoroughly to make sure students learn.


Mathematics learning is a process of building on previous knowledge and abilities; that’s why it is extremely important to follow up and assess students’ learning regularly. In this way, our students can constantly make progress in the long run.

Demension Math Teacher

MS. Elaine

Ms. Elaine has been tutoring privately for over four years, in all grade levels of mathematics and science. In her studies, Elaine specialized in genetics, molecular biology, and bioinformatics. Elaine holds a Master of Science in Biology from the University of Waterloo and a B.Sc from York University. She is passionate about fostering curiosity and excitement for learning Science and Mathematics. She aims to provide comprehensive and unique STEM teaching to students of all ages. She always has clear and concise communication and providing personalized lessons and caters to the needs of the student.

MS. Cheryl Y.

Ms. Cheryl is an experienced math teacher graduated from Waterloo University Bachelor of Mathematics. She has been teaching math for over 9 years and gained instructional design skills through experience in lesson planning, digital education, and course content creation. She has strong communication and interpersonal skills developed through teaching. She works with students to build their confidence in mathematics through private and small group lesson. Her goal is to get the students more motivation to learn math and better engage them in the learning process.

The Benefits of Dimension Math


1. Dimension math can help them better understand the world around them. By understanding how objects relate to each other in terms of size and dimension, they can develop a stronger spatial awareness.

2. Dimensional math can help kids develop problem-solving skills. By learning how to visualise problems from different angles, they can learn to approach problems from various perspectives and find creative solutions.

3. It can help kids who struggle with traditional math methods feel more successful.

4. It can foster a love of learning in kids who may have previously disliked or struggled with math.

If you think dimension math may be a good fit for your child, book a free trail class today.

How can dimensions math improve your kid’s math skill?

Studies have shown that children who are better at understanding concepts of spatial relations (such as geometry and measurement) tend to do better in mathematics overall. Often, these skills are not explicitly taught in schools, but they can be easily incorporated into everyday activities at home.

Here are some ideas for how you can help your child develop their spatial reasoning skills:

1. Play board games that involve movement, such as Chutes and Ladders or Candyland. Not only will your child have fun, but they will also start to develop an understanding of how objects move in relation to each other.

2. Talk about the shape, size, and position of objects when you’re out and about. For example, you can point out that a building is taller than it is wide, or that a cloud is shaped like a pillow.

3. Help your child build things with blocks or puzzles. This will give them practice in understanding how different pieces fit together in three-dimensional space.

4. Encourage

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