A Child in grade 3 can easily do the maths operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Doing a junior Vedic Maths Program is absolutely comfortable once these concepts are clear.

Grade 6 onwards , students understand easily higher calculations like squares, roots, square roots, decimals and divisibility along with the four mathematical operations. Doing a Senior Vedic maths program would be easy for them to understand.

Once the learner knows the conventional methods , he/she can be trained to build upon the speed with Vedic Sutras.

Maths is a hands-on subject. It is important to practice daily in maths. Times of India published an article titled – Importance of Maths in Every Day Life. Maths is in our real world. Just for example ,simply Working in the kitchen has maths in it.

- measuring ingredients to follow a recipe
- multiplying / dividing fractions to account for more or less than a single batch
- converting a recipe from Celsius to Fahrenheit
- converting a recipe from metric (mL) to standard units (teaspoon, tablespoon, cups)
- calculating cooking time per each item
- Calculating cooking time
- understanding ratios and proportions, particularly in baking

Vedic Maths as taught by teachers of Winaum Learning has got of many activities related to maths , so that the children get hands on learning in maths. These activities are in different forms like maths quizzes, games and math projects. As part of the best ways of learning Vedic Maths, learning by doing really helps the student.

Don’t start by solving complex problems rather start with the examples given in the books. Before attempting the problems questions given in the exercises first do the example given in the lesson plans.

Books of Winaum Learning for Vedic Maths have all the exercises along with examples. Examples of maths sums help to know the methodology in doing maths sums and exercises given would be in the practice of the student.