Tips To Increase Child’s Focus In Studies
For many children, it is difficult to focus for more than a few minutes on studies or any other task. This is quite natural. But good concentration power is essential to score well in academics, perform better in sports...
Why Multi-sensory Learning is Important for Your Child’s Future? | UCMAS India
Every child has his or her preferred way of learning. Some opt for visual learning, while some prefer auditory or lecture-style method. Each child is different and a multitude of ways must be used to engage every sense. At UCMAS,...
How Do Children Benefit from Mental Arithmetic Training?
What is Mental Arithmetic? Mental arithmetic refers to the practice of doing calculations in the head without using any calculator, device, or tools. After grasping math concepts and visualizing numbers, children are able to make correct calculations in their minds...
6 Tips to Help Your Child Become Excellent Learner | UCMAS India
Developing an interest in learning is the foundation of excellence in academics. Subject knowledge is something which experienced teachers and instructors will surely impart. But, the art of learning which revolves around many aspects like enthusiasm, curiosity, confidence, concentration,...
Couples Running a Franchise Business Sounds Interesting! Here is why.
Many couples thrive as entrepreneurs. Running a company or business together can create a tight bond between partners. Partners do have their own business goals. However, if the same goals are aligned to a franchise business model, the process of...
UCMAS makes your child’s brain sharper. Here’s how!
Truly stated, “A sharp mind gets better at all sorts of things including but not limited to Math with the Abacus child development program.” Do you know how fascinating our brain system is? According to science, the brain is divided...
Can Abacus be learnt at home? – Here’s a definite answer.
It is a known and proven fact that children who have completed Abacus training programs have a higher IQ and enhanced cognitive skills, giving them an advantage over non-Abacus children who adhered to traditional learning methodologies. Abacus-trained students are more...
Is Franchise Business Model Less Risky than a Start-up? Here’s your answer
The franchise industry has witnessed an unexpected growth in India during the recent years, according to a well-known and reliable study. It has created tremendous employment opportunities, thereby contributing to the economy as well. The freedom of being the boss...
Ripple Effects of Abacus Training on Children
Abacus training is a popular technique which is used to improve arithmetic skills of child. During the training, children stimulate the acupoints on their fingertips by touching beads, which further activates different lobes of both the right and the left...
Abacus Math or School Math? Which one’s better for your child?
During recent years, plenty of research have been done on child’s brain development during formative years and various strategies that can enhance child’s cognitive skills. Abacus is one of the highly regarded calculating tools, which promotes brain development while strengthening...
What role do abacus classes play in a child’s development?
With advancements in technology, children are increasingly getting hooked on smart devices and gadgets. They are constantly stimulated by these devices which have led to attention deficit, a decline in learning and an overall degradation in brain development. Parents have...
Understanding Abacus: The ancient tool for the success of today’s children
Often referred to as the first computer, the Abacus is an ancient tool used for basic calculations like addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions and square roots. It consists of beads that can be moved on vertically aligned rods, which make...
Smart technology is making our kids less smart.
A countrywide survey conducted by the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM) found that 82% of the children in metro cities are technology addicted. It was also found that children aged 5 to 14 have their own...
Every 1 out of 10 Children in India is prone to Diabetes. Is your child one of them?
While 14th November is celebrated as ‘Children’s Day’ in India, interestingly, it is also the same day when ‘World Diabetes Day’ is observed around the World. The alarming rise of children being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes in India has...
The Nostalgic Dialogues of Our Teachers to Rewind the Good Ol’ Days
On this teachers’ day, let’s take a trip down the memory lane of our school & college days, when teachers played a key role in not only shaping our lives, but also creating wonderful memories.No matter how long it has...
Aligning the Stars to Your Child’s Birthday – Zodiac Signs
What are the key characteristics of our child? What are their prime strengths? Who are the famous people they share their zodiac month with? These are some of the questions that would come in a parent’s mind and generate a...
How Can Parents Raise a Confident & Competent Child?
Like the famous tennis player, Arthur Ashe said, "One important key to success is self-confidence. And an important key to self-confidence is preparation". The same holds true in the case of children. The formative years are very critical for a...
Fun-filled Summer Activities for Children’s Brain Workout
The summer of 2017 is finally here! It’s time when children are free from their academic activities and look forward to celebrate their much-awaited vacation time. Summer time is all about having fun and creating good memories. But these holidays...
Easy Tips to Beat the Exam Heat
Summers are here and with the scorching heat come the stressful times for children who are all set to appear in their final set of exams. Parents also get nervous and are engulfed in the exam tensions. For any student,...
Encouraging Brain Development in Children
The overall development of a child’s brain starts in the mother’s womb, and continues through to early adulthood. The early years are the most important as research suggests that 75% of the brain develops most rapidly in the first few...