Nippon Math

Nippon math is a high-level mathematics course made to nurture intellectual curiosity while having fun.

To cultivate a “questing heart”, the students need to try solving problems for themselves and figure out how to do it their own way. As a result, there are endless, enjoyable learning possibilities!


Lesson Flow 1 2 3
  • Puzzles and Blocks

    • Analysis and Logic
    • Cognitive
    • Concentration
    • Discipline
    • Emotional Intelligence
    • Hand-eye Coordination
    • Tactile
  • Textbook Exercises

    • Analysis and Logic
    • Concentration
    • Critical Thinking
    • Math Skills
    • Motor Skills
    • Problem-solving
    • Reasoning
    • Visual-spatial Skills
  • Intellectual Materials

    • Analysis and Logic
    • Collaboration and Social Skills
    • Critical Thinking
    • Emotional Intelligence
    • Problem-solving

4 Areas of Learning

  • Numbers & Algebra Numbers & Algebra

    Numbers and Algebra — Sensitizing and reinforcing recognition to support development of numerical and critical thinking skills

  • Quantity & Measurement Quantity & Measurement

    Quantity and Measurement — Tackling use of number skills and introducing spatial concepts that link to other strands of mathematics

  • Shapes Shapes

    Shapes — Identifying, describing, comparing, and organizing visual information for geometrical tasks

  • Data Handling & Analysis Data Handling & Analysis

    Data Handling and Analysis — Collating, interpreting, and visualizing numeric data


    • Tracing


      To accurately draw from the left ot the right, the ability to compare the left and right as well as a wide field of view if necessary

    • Coloring In

      Coloring In

      To uniformly color inside the lines, students need to adjust the force applied on the fingertips and accurately grasp the figure

    • Identification


      To understand similarities, having a good memory and a wide field of view is needed


    This curiculum was created to ensure steady improvements by providing a first-hand experience

    • Puzzles

      Put puzzles and blocks on the figures with the same size

      Abilities: Grasping plane figures, fingertip control ability, and concentration

    • Blocks

      Make more complicated shapes. Recreate parts that are not visible in the figure.

      Abilities: Spatial composition and decomposition, idea stimulation, and concentration


    This curiculum is structured in a progressive transition from the concept of numbers to arithmetic calculations.

    • Number Concept

      Number Concept

    • Counting


    • Addition


    • Multiplication


Due to the COVID-19 situation, we have transitioned Nippon Math to Izumi Online.