Mathematics is more than just getting the“right answer” !

Do you know why every child will be excited to learn Vedic Math?



Every child has the gift of a powerful processor called the Brain. Researches by neuroscientists over the last two decades have determined ways on how the brain processes and retains information; how the brain learns. Some traditional learning methods inhibit learning by working against the brain’s natural learning system, which is why children dread schooling, score low marks, feel stressed out all the time etc. Recognizing these issues, Math Monkey's MathBrain Program play to learn curriculum generates children’s interest for numbers by having fun; after which they are trained and brains’ developed using techniques from Math Monkey Learning methodology(derived from Brain-based Learning) to learn Vedic Math starting from 4 to 12 years old.

Math Monkey's MathBrain Program uses teaching methods that complement our children’s natural learning ability, what we call Math Monkey Learning Methodology (derived from Brain-based Learning); the Purposeful Engagement of effective Strategies derived from Principles of Neuroscience. In other words, learning based on the structure and function of the brain. Brain learning occurs as long as it is not prohibited from its normal processes.

Learning is a process that the brain goes through whenever it comes across something new. It is often sparked off by curiosity and by repeating the effective methods over and over again; the brain masters the new object/situation.

Unknown situation/object > Curiosity

Explore this unknown in different forms

Putting it to various Tests to see if results are same or different

Repeat interesting or effective methods until we Master it

Imagine a little baby learning to crawl. He discovers mobility, he explores this by moving his hands, then he tries kicking his legs and finally he realizes moving hands and legs together is an effective method to move forward, so he repeats the action until he masters the art of >crawling.

Similarly, children who come in contact with Vedic Math for the first time will be curious and surprised at how fast they can derive their answers. They will be exposed to the different relationships between the numbers and they will get to explore it in different forms. Being motivated to win at games, children will test out different ways, to not only getting the right answer but to be the fastest team that gets the correct answer and win. Amidst all the fun, children will learn and master Vedic Math, naturally. At the end of the day, they would have learnt much more than what can be taught.