A: There is no prescribed age. However, we do have minimum requirement that the child be of 4 years of age AND able to write numbers without assistance.
A: No. It will only complement if not surpass it. Mastering abacus skill enables children to do mental calculation with greater speed and accuracy therefore they can then devote their cognitive skill to mathematical problems that requires deeper understanding.
A: We understand that a child loves to play and learns better if taught in a playful manner. Our Abacus training for children is planned keeping in view the above. Hence, our Brain Development Program ensures the overall development of a child at an early age without creating any added pressure. It enhances its arithmetic and numerical abilities. It also adds to the confidence of child by evolving skills like listening, concentration, visualization, logical reasoning, photographic memory and recall.
A: There are 10 levels (8 basic + 2 advance levels) and the duration of each level is 3 months which makes the total duration of the course to be 2 and half years.
A: 4 (four) classes in a month. The classes are conducted once in a week (generally on weekends) which is of 2 hours each.
A: We offer a very competitive course fee. Please call our friendly staff at 01865-598364 to enquire.
A: Abacus training for children is designed to enhance their arithmetic and numerical abilities by improving their listening abilities and their ability to perform mental calculations with accuracy and speed. This adds to their confidence and level of interest in mathematics. Apparently this leads to better performance in the subject.
A: Master Mind offers what others do not. It has an edge because
It is aligned with school curriculum method
Adapts play and learn method for effective learning
Provides exclusive course material (Books + DVD)
Speed building software/Online games helps to practice and evaluate time and accuracy Conducts
online exams at National, State and Center levels etc.
A: Children between the age group of 4 to 14 are eligible to join.
A: Yes, in our program a child learns abacus while playing as we make practice interesting by incorporating games in our study material. Participative classrooms and online games allows them to practice with a feeling of video game. This becomes possible through speed building software designed using animations of bright colors, that evaluates kids on their accuracy and time.
A: The study material also consist of a parent's handbook through which they can guide the children to practice at home. Also, contacting the trainer for any help is always an available option.