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Monday, June 6, 2011

Math Monkey, Bandar Puteri Puchong

Want a fun way for kids to learn mathematics? A good option is the Math Monkey academic achievement programme for kids from 4-12 years old.

It's a pity that Elyssa is still too young for this, but this is something I will definitely consider when she turns 4 next year!


What is Verdic Math?
Math Monkey’s curriculum is based on the mathematical techniques of Vedic Math. Vedic Mathematics is the collective name given to a set of 16 sutras (or formulas) stemming from the Vedic period from 1500 to 800 B.C. These sutras were originally written in Sanskrit and are build on the foundations of rigorous logic, thereby helping to guide and hone the human mind into approaches of logical reasoning. By mastering these sutras, student s are given numerous ways to work out a problem and many problems can be easily worked out mentally and quickly.



What makes Math Monkey different from other learning centers?
There are many differences. First, it's a game based program and the children have fun while interacting with other children. Fun is the key to learning! Second, we are based on the ancient Indian art of Vedic Mathematics. The short cuts and tools used in Vedic are second to none and open the door to a new way of learning for children. The combination is truly phenomenal.

Hop on to this site for more info : http://mathmonkey-puteri.blogspot.com/


Still not sure? Try the FREE trial class, enroll only if you and your child like what you see!
Call Caterina @ 016-2094341/017-359 3302 or email mathmonkeybdrputeri@gmail.com to register.


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<< Note : This is NOT a paid post. Hmm.... but mebbe I can get a free meal out of this. Ahem....... ;) >>

3 comments:

Irene said...

Hahaha... hope you get your free meal before baby comes... and all the best to your SIL. If Elyssa is older, you may consider her with something that teaches Critical Thinking... hehehe.. ok, jst teasing.

MeRy said...

Too bad I am staying so far away....or else for sure I will let Ryan join.

Kamala Kusar said...

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