Aoha Mind Math Brampton

Aloha Mind Math Brampton to Host Mental Math Competition in August

WHAT?

Mental Math Competition

WHEN?

August 23, 2018.

WHERE?

Aloha Mind Math

375 Howden Blvd

Brampton, Ontario

Aloha Mind Math Brampton is getting ready to host its first Mental Math competition on August 23, 2018. Students can showcase their skills acquired during their training at Aloha Mind Math. Come, witness for yourself what Aloha means to these children.

Hope to see you there!

Call 905-454-3666 or visit https://www.facebook.com/alohabrampton for more information on the competition.


Aloha Mind Math Canada’s Mental Arithmetic Program is an accredited international training program for children in the age group of 5-13 years to enhance their learning abilities and develop mathematical skills. It aims at stimulating both the right and left hemispheres of the brain, which assists in making the child’s thinking more efficient and effective. Children who have completed this course have demonstrated greater ConcentrationListening Ability, and Analytical Skills, aside from immense mathematical improvement.

Contact Aloha today to Empower your child!

Scientific Study on IMPACT OF ABACUS LEARNING OF MENTAL ARITHMETIC ON COGNITIVE ABILITIES

The present research found the cognitive abilities that are being enhanced by the Abacus Learning of Highter Arithmetic (ALOHA) among children are incredible. The statistical analyses have demonstrated the effectiveness of abacus training by showing improvement in the following seven abilities: concentration, problem solving, associative memory, working memory, concept formation, creativity and ability to create a mental image and perform operations (spatial ability). As these abilities develop, the children will also improve in their academic performance, increase speed and accuracy and help to create a genius discovering its power within. The findings of this research indicate that undergoing abacus training helps in academic excellence by improving the abilities required to get good grades. As the grades or marks obtained in the examination are generally considered as the level of achievement, the success in a performance gives confidence to the learner and motivates for higher achievement.

Another aspect of brain functioning that has implications for cognitive development is lateralization. Children use both their hands in handling the abacus and also to do visualization, during which, children learn to visualize the digits in the form of beads as in the abacus and do all the manipulations using visual imagery. In fact, the finding of the current research paved the way to label the ALOHA Programme as “The course of Cognitive development”.

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Scientific Study on IMPACT OF ABACUS LEANING OF MENTAL ARITHMETIC ON COGNITIVE ABILITIES OF CHILDREN