Frequently Asked Questions
What is an abacus?
Abacus is an ancient tool used for calculation.
Can Aloha Mind Math help my child perform better in school?
Yes it will, unlike conventional programs, ALOHA program uses multi-sensory techniques that involve coordination of visual (eyes), auditory (ears), kinesthetic (motor memory) and tactile senses (touch) resulting in ‘whole brain training’.
It promotes clearer thinking, improved memory and focused listening – all through the use of fun, brain exercising activities and games.
Aloha Mind Math works in consort with conventional learning for a much improved academic result.
My son is an outstanding student in math. Can this program be helpful?
The Aloha Mind Math program is open to all children regardless of their academic level or qualifications in certain school subjects. Through ALOHA program children not only improve their math skill, but you will witness the improved over all academic result.
What is the relationship between the program Aloha Mind Math and Math taught in schools?
ALOHA program works in consort with conventional learning for a much improved academic result.
ALOHA program uses multi-sensory techniques that involve coordination of visual (eyes), auditory (ears), kinesthetic (motor memory) and tactile senses (touch) resulting in ‘whole brain training’.
Can they learn in class with children of different ages?
Yes they can. Every child starts the program from level 1. In most cases the classes are divided based on the age groups and the two program that Aloha offers, but not necessarily. Also, the fact that older children’s presence in a mixed group batch promotes co-operative learning and increased attention span, that is offset by the higher absorption capacity of the younger students.
How long is the program?
The program is designed to complete in 24 – 30 months time. However, this does not take into account the speed a child takes to complete a particular level or the time of absence, holiday and breaks that they might take during the tenure of the program.
If a child is doing Tiny Tots program, should he/she have to do Kids program too?
No, they are two separate programs and at the end of each program all children will reach the same level.