What is Math to you?
Numbers? Equations? Or the fear that scares you more than the creatures under your bed?!
Well, according to me, Math is the science of numbers. If you look at the bigger picture, Math is in every aspect of our lives. Be it cricket scores, housewives monthly budget, calculating the change you get from the shopkeeper or the rickshaw wala or after buying that dress. Math is everywhere. So why not get better at it to get better at life? For this, we focus on the “ATM” skills of the kids at MATHSQUEST, which help in developing a stronger base of understanding things.
ATM stands for Attention, Thinking and Memory. These three elements help in developing a child’s cognitive skills which directly affect his performance in all his subjects. Kids develop cognitive skills rapidly in the first few years of life, from age two to age twelve. Everyone has different cognitive strengths. For example, some people have exceptionally strong memory skills, while others excel in logic and reasoning. The same goes for cognitive weaknesses. Cognitive skills development in children involves the progressive building of learning skills such as attention, memory and thinking. Though some cognitive skills are genetic, most are developed which means thinking and learning skills can be improved with practice and right training.
So, are you ready to gift your child the ATM to cash his dreams?