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eiMaths centres help kids tackle mathematical problems through personalised, activity-based learning and problem solving strategies, promoting thinking skills in the child.

eiMaths has its own specially-developed workbooks, 44 full-coloured workbooks a year, aligned with the Ministry of Education’s syllabus.

The kindergarten and lower primary classes students will work on workbooks as well as participate in hands-on activities, with learning tools, of their respective level designed to train foundational skills such as critical thinking, visualising and number sense.

Workbooks for upper primary are designed to exercise problem-solving heuristics. When a child encounters a problem he is unable to solve, the teacher will coach the class with a five-step problem-solving technique and have the class attempt to solve it together.

With 16 Franchise outlets islandwide, eiMaths focuses on learning mathematics in a fun and creative way for children from Kindergarten 1 to Primary 6.

  • Low upfront Franchise & Training fees
  • Low operating cost & Rental cost
  • Zero Inventory cost
  • Flexible working hours

Additional information

Year of Establishment


Country of Origin


Number of Units


Franchise Options

Single Unit Franchise (SUF) for Singapore
Master Franchise (MF) for Overseas

Franchise Fee

Singapore – SGD 5300
Overseas – TBA

Training fees



About 21% to 28%

Marketing Fund

SGD 1500 per annum (Marketing Fund to be paid to the franchisor)
10% of their sales revenue (Marketing Fund that franchisee need to allocate for their own marketing)

Franchise Term

3 Years

Size of Unit

300 sqft

Estimated Setup Cost

Shop space – renovation cost
RC – No set up cost
(Franchise Fee and Rental Deposit excluded)

Location Requirement for Franchisee Stores

Shops space in HDB or Mall, RC

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MLJZX5k2FsY&t=2s

eiMaths is honoured to be featured on the France 2 France Televisions as a learning centre in Singapore that provides learning materials for students to learn Mathematics in the CPA approach (Concrete – Pictorial – Abstract)

The above video was taken by Mr Thomas Donzel, (Video Reporter from France 2) in one of our eiMaths learning centre during our class. Students are shown using their manipulatives while learning Mathematical concepts.

The following is a news letter prepared by:

France 2 France Televisions
Updated 13/02/2018 | 9:58
published on 12/02/2018 | 10:50 p.m.

The deputy and mathematician Cédric Villani made several recommendations to improve the learning of mathematics in a report made on Monday, February 12, 2018. He advises in particular to follow the Singapore method, now recognized around the world. This method involves the teacher not using charts or the manuals and where the numbers are replaced by small magnetic objects. This is the so-called concrete learning phase. “Mathematics is abstract, so the way to make problems real is to use objects or drawings,” explains the teacher.

Singapore tops international rankings.

Each step is repeated again and again until the four mathematical operations are perfectly assimilated by the children. The second stage is called pictorial which involves more drawings and diagrams. Twelve-year-olds can solve equations with two unknowns through what they call models. Then, when all concepts are assimilated, students begin to use abstract mathematical symbols. Singapore was at the bottom of the international mathematics rankings in 1990. Today, the city-state consistently takes first or second place.

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