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Has your child been struggling with math? Abacus Math training can help
Math has always posed problems for kids in the United States. Children get anxious of studying math at an early age which accompanies them in school & college. Even the National Center for Education (NCE) agrees to that. In 2017,...
Posted in: Mathematics
Why owning an education franchise is a successful business opportunity?
In recent years, there has been a dramatic upsurge in the number of entrepreneurs who have entered the education sector. The reason is simple – parents always seek quality education for their children & the investment in education never plummets....
Posted in: Mathematics
Light up the math-o-lantern & shoo away the math fear
Halloween is just around the corner. Children are all psyched up for trick-or-treating in their neighborhood. Traditional activities, haunted houses, pumpkin carving, corn mazes & the autumn festival excite & prepare children to face every fear they encounter in life....
Posted in: Mathematics
5 Ways to Kindle the Value of Gratitude in Children on Thanksgiving Day
Thanksgiving Day comes with food, family, friends and fiesta. It brings a great time to celebrate and make new memories, while also reminisce cherished times with our loved ones. Thanksgiving marks the one holiday of the year that gives us...
Posted in: Child Development
Your Child’s Sweet Affair may prove to be Fatal!
Led by all the major global health organizations, 14th November is observed as ‘World Diabetes Day’ in order to draw attention towards the rampant spread of diabetes. According to World Health Organization, diabetes is ranked 6th in top 10 causes...
Posted in: Child Development
Combating Summer Slides
Every year with the approach of summer comes along a break from school, studies and activities. It’s during this period of time that children experience some amount of learning loss when they do not engage in any activities. This is...
Posted in: Child Development