Kids Math Center Boosts Back-To-School Scores

ALOHA Mind Math offers parents in Shrewsbury a free class to help their students improve math skills.

Labor day has passed, the air is cooling and football season is upon us. Yes, back-to-school season is in full swing, and the first school exams of the year are just around the corner. No parent wants to see their child stumble out of the gate, but it’s hard to find time to handle all their tutoring needs. One new Shrewsbury program is offering to fulfill your modern math tutoring needs with a throwback method. It’s called ALOHA Mind Math.

ALOHA (Abacus Learning Of High Arithmetic) Mind Math is an instructor-led program with small class sizes that uses the abacus, an ancient calculator-tool, to teach children to solve complex arithmetic questions in their head quicker than most people can use a standard calculator. 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 right and left lobes of the brain and improves focus to give children not just help with their current assignments, but also a head start in all academics.

Free ALOHA Mind Math Class
Parents are invited to sign their children (ages 5-10) up for one free session at the ALOHA Mind Math Center, located at 415 Boston Turnpike, Suite 210, near the AMF Bowladrome

Download the free ALOHA Mind Math class certificate and call (508) 656-8146 to register.   

The ALOHA Mind Math program began in Malaysia and spread rapidly throughout Asia because of math tutor results that speak for themselves. It now teaches more than 4,000 students in America, since arriving here in 2006. ALOHA Mind Math operates more than 3,000 school around the world, and parents in New Hyde Park have the opportunity to not only improve their kids’ math abilities, but their students will also learn to have fun while doing it.

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