Discover the Math-U-See Program

The Math-U-See Program focuses on enabling students to achieve maths mastery at every stage before progressing to learning the next concept.

Students learn maths concepts one-at-a-time at their own pace. The learning is hands-on and multi-sensory, focused around our innovative manipulatives. Retention is improved through our 4-Step Method and cumulative reviews.

Through these tools, engaging lessons and the step-by-step curriculum, maths becomes concrete, useful and relevant to their everyday lives.

Math-U-See is entirely adaptable to every learning style and level, making maths accessible to anyone. It’s straightforward to teach too, with clear plans and video demonstration are provided for every lesson.

Discover the Math-U-See Curriculum, then find the right level to begin any student’s journey to maths mastery with our exclusive Placement Tests.


A Fun Introduction to Maths

  • Learn to write numerals
  • The basics of addition and subtraction

  • How to use our manipulative blocks

  • Also covered: counting, skip counting, geometric shapes, telling time and more


Mastering Single Digit Addition and Subtraction

  • Understand place value

  • Solve equations with missing numbers

  • Fluently add and subtract all single-digit numbers

  • Also covered: time, geometric shapes, measuring length, halves and fourths, counting by 2s, 5s, 10s, 100s, word problems and more…


Addition and Subtraction for Multi-Digit Numbers

  • Add and subtract place values

  • Fluently add or subtract any combination of whole numbers

  • Solve abstract and real-world problems involving addition & subtraction

  • Also covered: time, measurement, comparing numbers and lengths, inequalities, perimeter, and representing and interpreting data in plots and graphs


Multiplication for Single and Multi-Digit Numbers

  • Multiply using strategies (place value and properties of operations)

  • Fluently multiply any combination of whole numbers

  • Solve for an unknown factor

  • Solve abstract and real-world problems involving addition, subtraction and multiplication

  • Also covered: skip counting as a precursor to multiplication, data representing, recording and interpreting, basic fractions, estimation, and measuring and computing area


Order of Operations, Solving for the Unknown and more

  • Understand division as solving for an unknown factor
  • Fluently divide any combination of whole numbers
  • Solve abstract and real-world problems using all four operations
  • Interpret remainders in short and long division
  • Also covered: roman numerals, single measures and geometric shapes (including points, segments, rays, lines), classifying shapes, computing area and volume, and understanding fraction notation


Fractions, Factors, Mixed Numbers and more

  • Recognise and generate equivalent fractions

  • Understand the four operations with fractions and mixed numbers

  • Fluently add, subtract, multiply, divide fractions and mixed numbers

  • Use strategies to recognise common factors

  • Also covered: understanding grouping symbols, converting decimal fractions, finding circle measurements, and representing relationships with coordinates.


Decimals, Percents and Conversions

  • Understand place value with powers of ten and decimals

  • Use place value strategies to add, subtract, multiply and divide multiple digit decimals

  • Solve word problems from everyday life involving decimals and percentages

  • Understand the metric system

  • Alco covered: converting units of measurement, understanding exponents, negative numbers, algebraic expressions and plane geometry and using ratio reasoning


Order of Operations, Solving for the Unknown and more

  • Use properties and order of operations, and absolute value

  • Fluently add, subtract, multiply and divide negative numbers

  • Evaluate radicals and simplify exponents

  • Advance understanding of place value

  • Also covered: identifying triangle attributes, converting temperatures, time, working with polynomials and identifying rational and irrational numbers

Algebra 1

Graphing, Exponents, Unit Multipliers and more

  • Learn graphing for linear equations and inequalities

  • Use graphing, substitution and elimination to solve systems of equations

  • Advance understanding of exponents

  • Use unit multipliers for conversions

  • Also covered: applying arithmetic functions, polynomials, scientific notation, converting between bases, and graphing conic sections


Using Geometry to Understand Shape and Solids

  • Describe points, lines, rays, line segments, angles and planes

  • Calculate angles of regular polygons

  • Understand common shape geometry

  • Compute volume and area of solids

  • Also covered: using a protractor and compass, constructing triangles, algebraic expressions with radicals, using a Cartesian plane and basic trigonometry

Algebra 2

Factoring Polynomials, Quadratic Formula and more

  • Simplify complex rational expressions

  • Use factoring to solve basic quadratic equations

  • Understand binomial theorem and apply analytic geometry

  • Solve simultaneous equations using graphing, substitution and elimination

  • Also covered: basic algebra, graphing inequalities, solving problems for distance, rate and time, 3-variable equations, and understanding vectors

Pre Calculus

Prepare for Calculus with Trigonometry and more

  • Work with trigonometric ratios, expression and identities
  • Understand polar coordinates and radian measure
  • Analyse trigonometric functions
  • Using functions, limits, domain and range
  • Also covered: Laws of Sines and Cosines, applying and proving identities, vectors, logarithms and Euler’s number 


Derivatives, Integrals, Calculus Applications, Differential Equations, & more

  • Understand limits and continuity

  • Apply l’Hôpital’s Rule

  • Work with derivatives, rules, and definite and indefinite integrals

  • Use exponential and logarithmic functions

  • Also covered: Chain Rule, Mean Value Theorem,understanding antiderivatives, integration formulas, solving differential equations and applying calculus in real-life