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Super 7 Ways to Develop Child’s Interest in Math | UCMAS Canada
Children often struggle to understand the concepts of Mathematics, making it difficult for them to be successful in the subject and overall academics. Sometimes, this struggle in the subject discourages children from pursuing advanced courses and learning other subjects successfully....
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REVEALED: The Best New Year Gift for Children
From Marvel superhero mini-figures, Barbie merchandise, unicorn sets, and LEGO kits to comic books, soft toys, play-doh set, and more, there are a plethora of options available when it comes to selecting the festive season gift for your kids. All...
Posted in: Child Development
Invest in an Award-winning Education Franchise | UCMAS
Today, many entrepreneurs are exploring education franchise opportunities in Canada. Though there might be many, one should be extremely careful in terms of choosing the right franchise. The selection of franchises is going to be critical as it can directly...
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Math may not be scare your child anymore! Here’s how…
Halloween is just around the corner. Children dressed in spooky clothes will move in the neighborhood asking for Trick or Treat. While children try and scare with us their monstrous avatars, as a parent, we should know what scares them...
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Math grades are declining across Canada… A must-read for parents!
There has been a growing concern among parents, teachers, and policy-makers about the fall in math grades of children across several regions of Canada. Debates are flaring with arguments that revolve around the new discovery-based curriculum being the reason for...
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Can UCMAS Help Children Ace in Extra-curricular Activities? Here’s your answer.
  Extra-curricular activities are an integral part of education and holistic development of a child. Children learn self-discipline, teamwork, leadership, and social skills with activities like music, singing, sports, debate, drama, dance and even social services, to name a few....
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Abacus Math Program & Academic Performance – How are they related?
Human intelligence, ability to solve problems or make something which is valued in culture, is largely affected by external environment. The human brain could be 99% developed by the age of 10. So, every child has a chance to increase...
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Research Done on Impact of Abacus Training on Children
Seeing children as avid Abacus math users in action is a sight to behold. Their hands perform arithmetic operations quicker than anyone using an electronic calculator. Abacus, an ancient calculating device has drawn attention of educationists and scientists equally. The...
Posted in: Child Development
Do You Know How Adversely Impactful Summer Slide Can Be?
  As summer steps in, children start getting up late each day. Though it is a relief for parents and children as there are no school sessions, many children are not engaged into learning activities and hence tend to forget...
Posted in: Child Development
25 Reasons Why You Should be Proud to be Canadian!!
  Canada, we are head-over-heels in love with you! You’re our home, our nation and we are super-duper proud to be called Canadians. You help us imbibe and exercise values that truly make us warm, hospitable and loving. While we...
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Competitions are crucial for a child’s development. Here’s why!
Participating in any competition is a great opportunity for children to challenge their skills and learn beyond what they already know. Competitions allow them to showcase their abilities to a wider audience, which is a great self-confidence booster; a much-needed...
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Why buying a franchise is the best way to start your own business?
Why buying a franchise is the best way to start your own business? Owning a business is a dream for many. They are attracted by the freedom and opportunities that don’t come with a 9 to 5 job. Yet most...
Posted in: Franchise