Maple Math program focuses on the the four main pillars of Maths Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division . It is designed to develop the interest of Math in Children and increase their speed of calculation through a combination of assignments in books, speed calculation techniques and games with hands on tools. It focuses in school maths operations in arithmetic skills along with mental maths speed techniques which helps in fast calculations. It includes the games based teaching methodology in the program that gives children practical approach to maths so that they learn naturally.
Maple Maths Outcomes for the Child
 The Program will help build and advance your child’s math skills.
 It will help students to increase their speed of calculation
 It will improve their logical and reasoning ability.
 Math will become an interesting subject and the student enjoys it.
 The program will give a new perspective to look at numbers.
 It will help to verify all the answers with mathematical tricks.
 It will given your child advantage in school and beyond.

The child will become CONFIDENT and SELF RELIANT.
Benefits of Maple Maths
 Simple methods for doing Math quickly without a calculator
 Shortcuts and tricks for calculations
 Excellent, simple and fast techniques
 Scientific Mathematical techniques
 Improved analytical and speed calculation skills
 Playful method of learning mathematics
 Very informative and makes math interesting
 Holistic Development of the child
Effective Teaching and Learning Process
 Maple Maths Enriches knowledge and understanding of Maths.
 Games provide ‘handson’ interactive tasks for both school/Institute and home.
 Children can work independently of the teacher.
 Games provide opportunities for building selfconcept.
 Develops positive attitudes, reducing the fear of failure and error.
 Effective Teaching & Learning Process
 Problems are reduced to oneline answers.
 Independent crosschecking methods.
 Leads to improvement in mental ability, sharpness, creativity and intelligence.
 Complements to regular Math taught in schools.
 Assessment of learning of students in a nonthreatening situation.