We make extensive use of visuals to help students figure things out and facilitate Comprehension. All our Educational games are visuals-rich. We use abundantly pictures, charts, and tables to teach math concepts.
Remember that one image is worth a thousand words. That is why we make extensive use of images,/graphics in all our teaching materials (Computer games, hands-on games) to facilitate swift comprehension..
A lot of Kids hate Math because they perceive it as too abstract, useless. The fact is that Maths have plenty of applications in our day to day life. We leverage our engineering knowledge to create fun games that anchor Math in reality, and create links between Math and day to day life situations
Many students don’t realize how closely related music is to math—every genre of the former uses calculation in some way and students greatly benefit from understanding this relationship.
We create fun, entertaining games, which result in students practicing more for longer, taking the boredom out of learning, while the tutor retains the role of setting up goals, giving lessons, evaluating progress, motivating, cheering up, and rewarding them.
What makes us the most effective at teaching Math is the way we teach it. We teach Math lessons in a way to make it entertaining and easy using a combination of Computer games, Hands-on games, role playing, charismatic tutors etc.
Our mission is to make learning fun for kids in order to keep them focused on learning activities for longer periods because if a learning activity is NOT fun, kids won’t stay focused for long. That is why we vary the learning activities to ignite and keep alive a passion for learning in kids. To vary our learning activities, sometimes we turn measurement practice into a cooking party, we turn Fraction learning into a pizza party, we turn addition, subtraction into grapes party. We use Role playing for problems solving.