Process Skills in Problem Solving is specially written for primary pupils to systematically develop competency in thinking skills and problem solving heuristics through meaningful and challenging activities.

By walking through the underlying processes or both routine and non-routine problems at appropriate levels, this series of books will help pupils to be aware of and develop a set of good habits of mind and acquire the necessary process skills involved in reasoning. communication and connections, thinking skills and heuristics, and application and modelling.

- Part 1 The Model Approach
- Addition within 1000 (Part-Whole Model/ Putting-Together Concept/Adding-on Concept)
- Subtraction within 1000 (Part-Whole Model/ Set-and-Subset Concept/Taking-Away Concept)
- Addition and Subtraction Involving Comaprison
- Addition and Subtraction -Two Step Word Problems
- Multiplication and Division by 2 and 3 (Repeated-Addition Concept/ Sharing Concept/ Grouping Concept)
- Multiplication and Division by 4, 5, and 10
- Four Operations
- Part 2 The Heuristic Approach
- Systematic Listing
- Work Backwards
- Look for Pattern
- Restate the Problem
- Draw a Diagram
- Systematic Listing 2 (Spatial Visualisation)
- Combined Strategies
- Answer Key & Detailed Solutions