ALOHA Mind Math Celebrates a May 4th Math Olympiad at all 150 Tutoring Centers Across the US

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ALOHA Mind Math is holding a Math Olympiad, a fun competition for students,on May 4, 2013, at all of ALOHA’S 150 tutoring centers in 18 states across the US. During the Math Olympiad, children are given 50 questions to solve in 5 minutes and individual centers award trophies for winners and recognize all participants for their effort.

The competition preparation boosts the children's self confidence and makes them better in their abacus and mind math skills,” said CEO Mani Manickavelu

ALOHA Mind Math’s upcoming Math Olympiad is a fun competition for students, held on May 4, 2013, at all of ALOHA’S 150 tutoring centers in 18 states across the US. During the Math Olympiad, children are given 50 questions to solve in 5 minutes and individual centers award trophies for winners and recognize all participants for their effort.

Children prepare for the Olympiad for about six weeks and participate with students enrolled in the same level of the program they are in, Junior (5-7 years) or Senior (8-12 years). “Children get very excited to take part and they are motivated to do their best during the Olympiad. The competition preparation boosts their self confidence and makes them better in their abacus and mind math skills,” said ALOHA Mind Math CEO Mani Manickavelu.

Winners will receive trophies and certificates and each participating child is recognized for their hard work and effort. ALOHA Mind Math USA teachers encourage all children to participate across all centers as it helps them better their skills rapidly.

ALOHA Mind Math provides tutoring in unique ways that, starting at the elementary school level, gives kids life-long skills. For children who need math help, or improved reading and writing skills, or who are falling behind in school, parents can get help for their children with the unique programs provided by ALOHA-USA.com.

Pioneering a unique mental math tutor program called ALOHA Mind Math, “ALOHA” stands for Abacus Learning of Higher Arithmetic. An Abacus is an ancient calculator tool used by sliding beads to count. If it sounds too simple to work, people might be surprised to learn that these instructor-led small-class-size math tutoring sessions teach children to solve complex arithmetic questions (think: (128+432-46+514) / 82) in their heads more quickly than most people can on a standard calculator. It also helps overcome the fear of arithmetic. This is not the repetitive or rote-learning approach to teaching kids math. The method focuses on a kinesthetic way of learning that promotes development in both the left and right lobes of the brain and improves focus giving kids a head start in all academics. ALOHA USA uses teacher-led classes in a small group classroom with an interactive style, not just worksheets or online tutoring.

ALOHA Mind Math also offers language arts, reading and writing tutoring to all grades. The goal of their teacher-led language arts programs is to inspire children to read and write without difficulty. Their structured program motivates, stimulates young minds, and develops a passion for reading and writing spontaneously. Different styles of writing are introduced at appropriate grade levels. A separate teacher is used exclusively for corrections and students work in very small groups to ensure that children get individualized attention.

About ALOHA Mind Math
ALOHA Mind Math, was introduced in the United States in 2006 and today has a presence in over 18 states, 23 countries and 4,200 locations. ALOHA USA has 150 tutoring centers in the USA including AL, CA, CT, FL, GA, IL, KY, MA, MI, MO, NH, NJ,NY, NC, OH, PA, TX and VA. With the help of the abacus, ALOHA has created a whole new dimension in the field of teaching math and the language arts to young children helping them overcome their fear of arithmetic and numbers. Discover the Genius in your Child. For information, visit alohamindmath.com or click to find the nearest ALOHA tutoring center to you and schedule an orientation. For resources on teaching your kids, see ALOHA’s blog for kids at ALOHAMath.com.

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