Event Registration Continues Now Through the End of February for ALOHA’s Vocab Bee Competition

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Event registration continues now through the end of February for ALOHA’s Vocab Bee, held in 18 states across the U.S. this spring. Competition, in a controlled educational setting, can be a fun way to help children build self-confidence, and this event creates such a setting for kids to learn new vocabulary words; info at http://alohamindmath.com/vocab.

Students at our 2014 Vocab Bee in Plano TX

Students at our 2014 Vocab Bee in Plano TX

ALOHA’s Vocab Bee is a creative, interactive way to help children become more confident in trying and using new words, and in growing their vocabulary,” said Mani Manickavelu, President and CEO of ALOHA Mind Math.

Event registration continues now through the end of February for ALOHA’s Vocab Bee, held in 18 states across the U.S. this spring, which creates a fun an educational setting for children to learn new vocabulary words in a creative way - info at http://alohamindmath.com/vocab. Competition, in a controlled educational setting, can be a fun way to help children build self-confidence. Each center is holding the Vocab Bee in May/June.

Studies have shown that children have a natural tendency to compete, which starts around age 4-5. If this natural tendency is channeled, it can help kids develop useful skills and learn to handle pressure. For some children, events like spelling bees and sporting events are great fun, for others they can be stressful. In a supportive atmosphere, competition can help outgoing children channel their energies, and shyer children learn a set of skills that can help build their self-esteem. “ALOHA’s Vocab Bee is a creative, interactive way to help children become more confident in trying and using new words, and in growing their vocabulary,” said Mani Manickavelu, President and CEO of ALOHA Mind Math.

Public educational competitions such as spelling bees and math Olympiads also encourage children to participate in something larger than their own day to day progress. It can be fun for a group of children in an educational setting to participate and work towards a larger goal together. The positive reinforcement of a structured competition can help kids learn to focus their energies, and learn to prepare for a larger goal while having fun along the way. Setting a target and working towards a goal is a great lesson for children of all ages.

ALOHA learning centers are offering their Vocab Bee as a fun way to help kids in grades 1 - 5 expand their vocabularies, learn new words and build confidence. Sign-ups are open to the public, students do not need to be enrolled in an ALOHA program, and homeschoolers are welcome. Registration continues in February for the May/June Vocab Bee events at local ALOHA centers in 18 states across the U.S. Info, a video and locations at: http://alohamindmath.com/vocab. The cost is $10 and each child receives a Vocab Bee practice book. Upon completing the Bee ALL children receive a t-shirt, certificate, and medal. Winners at each grade level receive trophies.

To participate:
Find a nearby ALOHA learning center http://alohamindmath.com/locations/. The Vocab Bee is held at all ALOHA centers in 18 states including: AL, AR, CA, CT, FL, GA, IL, NC, MA, MI, MO, NH, NJ, NY, OH, PA, TX and VA. Parents can contact a nearby center for the February registration dates and sign up 1st through 5th grade children for the event. The Vocab Bee events are open to the public and students do not have to be enrolled in an ALOHA class. Homeschoolers are welcome as well. Check with local centers for the date in May/June that their Vocab Bee is being held.

What is ALOHA?
Launched in the U.S. in 2006, ALOHA is a leading provider of mental arithmetic and English Reading | Writing programs, ALOHA has been guiding children between the ages of 5 through 12 to achieve academic excellence in grades 1 through 5. The interactive learning process is proven to enhance a child’s math, reading and writing capabilities. The teachers also assist children in developing skills and abilities such as observation and listening that result in the overall growth of the child. ALOHA is currently training children in 18 states and in 20 countries with 4,200 different centers. For more details on this unique program please visit our website and search for the center closest to you by using our locator alohamindmath.com/locations.

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