UCMAS is an after school math program that stimulates all-round development of skills in children. Hear how the UCMAS program can make a big positive impact in your child’s life.
How is the UCMAS Mental Math Program Unique?
How UCMAS makes your child confident?
What Parents say about the UCMAS?
Amazing Math Skills of UCMAS Students
How many children have UCMAS mentored?
The UCMAS program has successfully trained 2.5 million children worldwide and empowered them with improved math skills, academic performance, focus, memory, problem solving and multi-tasking ability.
Why is UCMAS special and unique?
UCMAS, a child development program, has introduced a technique which will not only eliminate a child’s fear of math but also advance their brain capabilities. UCMAS’s 6-Finger Technique has revolutionized child development and has helped eliminate children’s anxiety towards math.
What exactly is ‘Mental Math?’
The UCMAS Mental Math program trains students to quickly and accurately do complex calculations without the aid of a calculator or other helpers. UCMAS focuses on Auditory & Visual learning abilities through listening exercise and visual calculations.
How is UCMAS different from regular teaching?
The UCMAS program trains children using the Abacus as a tool and Mental Math as a medium. When children use both hands to operate the beads on the abacus, there is quick communication between the hands and the brain that stimulates more brain engagement. The program does not teach them with ready answers, in-fact it trains the child to find out of the box solutions by improving their critical thinking and motoring functions.
What kind of progress can I expect for my child?
Students develop the ability to think in pictures and quickly learn to perform large calculations mentally. Our 6 Finger technique equips them with the skills they need to improve overall academic achievement and to confidently meet life’s challenges and achieve greatness.
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UCMAS is the World’s leading Abacus & mental math program that boosts brain power in children aged 4-13 years, ensuring their success in academics and beyond.