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4th National Mental Math Competition | Dec. 16, BC

Aloha Mind Math Canada is organizing its 4th National Mental Math Arithmetic Competition. After the huge success of the previous competitions, this year’s competition promises to be even bigger and better!

All Aloha Mind Math Canada students are encouraged to participate in the competition and parents are invited too. The event will be an opportunity for students to learn and grow as while testing their competitiveness and of course mental math skills. All that along with fun, games, dance and snacks!

When:

December 16th, 2018

Where:

Bombay Banquet Hall, 7455 135 Street, Surrey, BC. V3W 0M8

Time:

Arrival Time for Kids            – 10:30 A.M

Competition Starts                – 11:00 A.M

Parents Join                            – 2:00 P.M

Award Ceremony Starts      – 3:00 P.M

Competition Registration Fee:

$35 only


This competition is designed to motivate children to enhance their academic performance and to build up their speed and accuracy. Student’s participation is encouraged and we also encourage families to help children in this development. Children are working very hard for the competition and it will be fun and a learning experience for all. Students can showcase their skills acquired during their training at Aloha Mind Math. Come, witness for yourself what Aloha means to these children.

Please register by contacting us at 604-597-8663 or by visiting our office at any location nearest to you. You can also email info@alohacanada.ca for more information.

See you there!


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.

Benefits of Student Volunteering

Benefits Of Volunteering For Students

Getting involved in volunteering activities form a young age can reap in huge benefits on the overall development. Volunteering inculcates a sense of purpose and commitment in their life. There are various reasons why students should volunteer while they still go to school.

Invaluable Experience

Volunteering helps you gain invaluable work experience other than just finishing off your assignments and getting good grades. This gets you ahead of the pack by a long margin. There are a lot of volunteering opportunities for students which helps in developing social, technical and soft skills that is required in the job market today.

Enhanced Resume

How often have you noticed the need of work experience even with entry-level job postings? Employers prefer work experience from a candidate before hiring them. What if you don’t have that work experience? You must start somewhere! Volunteer experience comes to the rescue. Having a volunteering experience before you graduate school can work wonders for your profile and can add a great deal of substance to your resume.

Networking Opportunities

With the competition so fierce, it is a given that only skill and knowledge does not get you through. Networking and people skills play a very important role towards your path to success. It is a connected world. Do you know most jobs are filled within the inside network or recommendations? Volunteering helps you make those worthy connections at a professional level and you also make some great friends along the way.

Social Skills

More often, the most valuable lessons are taught outside the classroom. You learn these lessons through life experiences. Volunteering lets you gain these invaluable life experiences at various stages. Helping the community, rooting for a cause, opening to new opportunities, getting into unexplored ventures are some of the experience which you come across while you volunteer. A hands-on experience surely helps you to develop your social skills at a higher level.

Community Involvement

What social causes do you feel strongly about? What can you do to help? These are some of the basic questions you want to ask yourself before deciding where you want to volunteer at. Is it the environment, education, sports, NGO work, or events? Make your pick wisely because you will only enjoy volunteer work if you truly believe in what you are doing.


Note for Parents: At Aloha Mind Math Canada we provide Aloha graduates and students an opportunity to participate in volunteer work at all Aloha centers. Apart from the work experience they gain while conducting classes, marking papers, maintaining daily logs etc. this volunteering experience also allows them to accumulate important volunteering hours, volunteering certificate and a letter of recommendation. For more information on our programs and current volunteer opportunities please contact 604-597-8663 or fill out your contact information here.

Motivation is the key to learning new skills! Aloha Mind Math, Canada.

Motivation – Key To Learning New Skills!

One who finds a way to keep them motivated is more likely to achieve greater success in life. Learning and motivation go hand in hand.

The society we live in has set its certain boundaries and routines which one is expected to follow; going to school, passing your grades, following the timetable etc. are few of those routines which you are accustomed to. However, the challenge arises when you are pushed out of your comfort zone while learning a new skill. But if you keep yourself motivated enough, you can surely sail through with the wind on your side.

So, how to keep you motivated to learn a new skill and keep yourself going?

Find A Mentor

Follow the greats in the field. Study how they work and try to grasp all you can from them. It is always a good idea to find a mentor who you can trust and who can guide you with whatever problems you might be facing. It can be your school teacher, someone from your family, your friend or someone who you know. It is important that they have their best interest in you and your success. When you are down, they will help motivate you. Choose wisely!

Practice Practically

See how you can implement what you have learnt in your practical life. For example, the skills acquired at Aloha Mind Math will definitely help you calculate faster in your mind without the help of any calculator, but what is the point of learning the skill if you can’t help your mom cross check her grocery bill? Or if you can’t help your dad when he is setting his accounts? Life is full of situations where you can make use of what you have learnt. To keep yourself motivated, you need to trace them and implement what you have learnt.

Teach What You Have Learnt

To keep the interest alive while you continue to learn the new skill set, you can try teaching what you have learnt to someone else. This will give you an entirely new perspective towards it. You will find out the nuances and all the complex theories will suddenly make sense to you. And guess what, you will have a whole lot of questions to ask your mentor the next day! Say, you are learning a new language; reading the book will be boring to you, but if you try to talk to someone in that language, things will get interesting for sure. Sounds fun right? Try for yourself.

Test Yourself

Testing yourself before anyone else tests you out is crucial. This will help you realize where you stand and you can then adjust your approach towards it. Find out your strengths to build it further and your weaknesses in order to work towards it. Self-evaluation will help you keep motivated and allow yourself to master the skill that you have taken up.

We are sure that if you have read this far, you are motivated enough to go get the ball rolling!

 


Note For Parents

Aloha Mind Math, Canada focuses on a completely new set of skill – Mental Math! Yes, students get to learn the proven Abacus Mental Math Learning Skill where they can calculate complex math problems quickly in their mind. It works wonders towards the development of a child’s brain and it also increases their focus, learning power, concentration power and confidence. Call 604-597-8663 for questions on the programs and admissions. Or submit an online request here. Aloha Mind Math staff will get back to you with details.

Learn Time Management Skills at Aloha Mind Math Canada.

Importance of Time Management for Students

Gone are the days when time used to be a liberal commodity. When you could sit for hours under the stars or you could play ball with your friends till eternity and still managed to get your homework done. Time Management is an essential life skill which plays a very important role not only in a student’s life but also in general, for everyone.

We still get 24 hours a day, so what is it that it makes us feel like there is never enough time?

Competitiveness.

In today’s age, competition is fierce. And young kids and students face the music like never before. It is not enough to ace your exams, it is equally important to participate in extracurricular activities such as playing a sport, painting, swimming and so on. The stakes are high if you want to climb the social ladder.

For students, it is imperative that you manage your time well enough to accommodate all that you want to achieve within the stipulated time without damaging your physical or mental endurance. It is also important to get into the habit of time management from a young age because hey, if you think that you are busy now, mind you, you will be even busier later in life.

It’s about time that you start managing your time! Here are some tips:

Plan

Planning is key. Everybody in this world gets the same amount of time. It is up to you to decide what you want to do with it. Making a list of things to do is a very good start. Keep a calendar handy, jot down your schedule, classes, assignments and project due dates. You can then prioritize based on their importance, ease and relevance.

Set Goals

Always work with a goal in mind. Set your short-term goals and long-term goals. The timeline should always be clear on when you want to be able to achieve these goals. Analyze your rout towards your goal periodically and make modifications if required. You will always come up with hindrances, but make sure you don’t lose focus.

Do not Procrastinate

Procrastination can be a major obstacle towards achieving your goals in time. Try not to get into the habit of postponing things which can easily be done at that time. One of the ways to avoid procrastination is to break the big task into smaller tasks which will be easier to get done with. Keeping organized and setting up meaningful goals also help.

Avoid Distractions

Avoid that unnecessary phone call, the one more round of video game, the binge eating, that TV series and everything that can be a distraction. These distractions do not seem much of a big deal but in the long run, it highly affects your ability to manage your time.

Balance

Maintaining a balance between your academic tasks (homework, assignment, projects); social tasks (friends, family fun) and general tasks (food, sleep health) is very important. Once you have a balance with these, you will certainly be successful in life!


Note for parents

At Aloha Mind Math Canada, with the help of Abacus learning, we teach students the skills to quickly analyze and deliver answers to complex math problems within seconds. This help a child’s mental learning abilities, concentration power, and holistic development of the brain. Time is essential, get your child ahead of the race. You can enroll your child for mental math classes at Aloha. Register online here or call 604-597-8663 for more details.

 

How To Avoid ‘Back To School’ Blues!

You know your summer vacation was perfect when you slept until you wanted to; ate whenever you felt like; went out to play; and had a whole lot of fun with family and friends. But the vacation has now ended and it’s time to go ‘back to school’!

The initial few days of getting back to the grind can be strenuous. New surroundings, classes, teachers, schedule etc. can be sometimes difficult to deal with. It is very important to ease into the routine rather than getting pushed into it.

To help develop the interest back to studies after a vacation, you must make sure that you are adept with your daily schedules first. Here are a few things to remember as you prepare to get back to school!

Ease Into The School Routine:

Try getting into the routine according to the school schedule a few days before the actual start date. This includes getting up early, getting ready, having enough time for breakfast before rushing out to the car or the school bus. This practice makes it easier to adapt to the new timings and will help to make the first day of the school go much smoother.

Pack Right:

Make sure you get in school with everything you might need. Make sure you have the basic stationary and supplies in your backpack such as pens, pencils, notebooks, erasers, water bottle etc. Also look for any required forms, class schedule, bus schedule, campus map etc. and bring it along.

Meet New People:

On your first day back to school, you will see a lot of new faces in the campus. It is not uncommon for a child to be overwhelmed by the sudden change which includes new teachers, new students, new class etc. The best way to cope with this is to reach early on the day and try to interact with fellow students, teachers and staff. They are more than willing to talk as they are in the same situation as you are! Go early and make some new friends.

Plan Ahead:

The first day of the school might mean that a lot of information is being passed to you such as, the class schedule, the plan of action, instructions on the rules and regulations, break timings etc. Try to mark all important dates in a calendar and take notes on other important information as they will help you keep up to the task. And not fall behind the schedule in any way. 

Get-Going!

Now, that you have taken care of the above, it is time to get going. School is the most important time of your lives. Learning new skills, achieving academic success, developing soft skills etc. are part and parcel of school and you must try to make the best of it.


Note For Parents: At Aloha Mind Math Canada, students can learn and develop mental math abilities. New and improved Abacus learning technique is taught to students which gives them the ability to calculate mentally without any help of calculators! This not only helps with their analytical skills, but also helps to improve concentration and confidence.

Admissions are now open for our various locations. Please call 1-844 88-ALOHA (25642) or 604-597-8663 for more information. You can also fill out an admissions inquiry form here.

 

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!

Aloha Mind Math Canada

Top 5 Reasons To Enroll Your Child For Aloha Mind Math Classes

 

Math does not have to be boring!

A lot of us used to hate math growing up, but your child does not have to. Aloha Mind Math Canada presents a unique and a fun way to develop your child’s analytical abilities.

Aloha Mind Math is a holistic mental development process based on mental arithmetic system. It is an accredited international training program for children in the age group of 5 -13 years. This program enhances children’s learning abilities and develop mathematical skills. It aims at stimulating both the right and left hemispheres of the brain. This assists in making the child’s thinking more efficient and effective.

Top 5 reasons for your child to enroll at Aloha Mind Math Classes:

  1. Stand out of the crowd: Your child will easily stand out of the crowd. As a matter of fact it will be easier to deal with math problems and homework on a regular basis, during their regular day school.
  2. Improved concentration: The mental math techniques practiced at Aloha Mind Math Canada improves the child’s concentration levels. The program is specially designed for children from ages 5-13 which is the time when their brain is the most receptive to growth.
  3. Observation and listening: One of the most sought-after character in today’s world in a person’s listening abilities. Aloha Mind Math Canada inculcates the culture of listening and the power of observation to their students at a young age. This proves to be a great fundamental block in the child’s overall development.
  4. Analytical Skills: Good analytical skills are a must for any student. Classes at Aloha Mind Math are full of activities, fun, visual and mental learning. Moreover, students are taught the skills which make them unleash their ability to calculate complex math problems within seconds, all without the use of calculators!
  5. Self Confidence: Mental Math program at Aloha Mind Math Canada is a holistic brain development program. It greatly improves the children’s self-confidence not only when it comes to numbers, but also in all other aspects of life.

Registration is now open for new batches. For more information call Aloha Mind Math Canada at +1 604-597-8663 or Email us at info@alohacanada.ca.

Annual Aloha Competition in Alberta

The Annual Aloha mind math competition is approaching, and our students are working hard to prepare for the event.

The ceremony takes place on June 2, 2018 at 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm.

Everyone is welcome to come!

Come witness our students develop their minds and improve coordination between the two brain hemispheres.

The event will be taking place at THE GENESIS CENTRE,  COMMUNITY GYMNASIUM DOWNSTAIRS. Address : 7555 Falconridge Blvd NE #10, Calgary, AB T3J 0C9

Thank you for supporting your children in their education and mental growth; empowering them for a lifetime of success.

We look forward to seeing you there!