## What we do?

With our trained and certified teachers, we ensure the concept taught in the class is well received to the child  by providing daily calculation practice. The student continuously improves their speed and accuracy using our systematic teaching system.

Here is a list of all of the maths skills students learn in LKG! These skills are organised into categories, Aptiwings will track your score, and the questions will automatically increase in difficulty as you improve!

## Pre-KG

Counting objects, inside and outside, longer and shorter, letter names, rhyming words, and more.
###### Kindergarten
Comparing numbers, names of shapes, consonant and vowel sounds, sight words, and more.

## Class I

Adding and subtracting, tens and ones, telling time, categories, nouns, verb tense, time order, and more.

## Class II

Place-value models, contractions, irregular plurals, plants and animals, historical figures, and more.

## Class III

Multiplying and dividing, bar graphs, pronouns, possessives, weather and climate, geography, and more.

## Class IV

Fractions and decimals, synonyms and antonyms, fossils and rock layers, government, and more.

## Class V

Multiplying fractions and decimals, idioms, prepositions, photosynthesis, molecules, economics, and more.

## Class VI

Ratios and percentages, variable expressions, Greek and Latin roots, genetics, ancient history, and more.

## Class VII

Proportional relationships, phrases and clauses, engineering design, world history, and more.

## Class VIII

Linear functions, the Pythagorean theorem, active and passive voice, chemical formulas, civics, and more.

## Class IX

Quadratic equations, scatter plots, exponents, parallel language, figures of speech, semicolons, and more.

## Class X

Congruent triangles, geometric constructions, colons, word patterns, audience and tone, and more.

## Class XI

Trigonometric functions, logarithms, polynomials, supporting evidence, claims and counterclaims, and more.

Algebra 2

## Class XII

Time expressions, adjectives to describe people, present tense of regular verbs, formality, and more.

Precalculus

Calculus

## Why Maths?

A person who is good at Mathematics, will see success in life but now-a-days children are taking the subject lethargically. They are not even able to solve a simple two digit addition problem when they are at Class 9. They are not able to calculate percentage for the given number when they are at Class 10. When we ask what is 20% of 80 or 1/3 is how much percentage, children are finding difficulty to answer these very simple questions. They are not doing math calculations mentally. Always they need a piece of paper and pencil to workout. Even at the age of 17, many children are not good at multiplication tables.

Today’s highly competitive and fast paced world calls for a multitude of skills. Thus, we must ensure that we equip our children with the right knowledge, basic skills and values that will enable them to face challenges and grow throughout their lives. Among these multitude of skills, the first and foremost skill is Mathematical ability.

People good in maths are an asset for the family and country. They have better problem solving and analytical skills. He or she is more empowered and satisfied. He can contribute in family and country finance which leads to a successful and sophisticated life style.

Mathematics is the pillar of organized life for the present day. Without numbers and mathematical evidence, we cannot resolve many issues in our daily lives. There are times, measurements, rates, wages, tenders, discounts, claims, supplies, jobs, stocks, contracts, taxes, money exchange, consumption, etc., and in the absence of these sports data, we have to face confusion and chaos.

## Our Message to Children

Math is a subject that relies on the foundations. For example, you’ll start with the basics like adding, subtracting, dividing, and multiplying. Then, as you build on your knowledge to solve critical and toughest problems in those basics, you can master harder subjects in math like algebra, geometry, and calculus. If you have less idea on how to divide or add, then algebra, geometry will certainly be confusing. You cannot be good at calculus and trigonometry without a solid foundation in geometry and algebra. That’s why it is imperative to understand the foundations and build from there.

The driving skills in Mathematics is Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division. Any children who are able to solve these above said driving skills, could not drive their successfully. The much quicker is much successful. Children must work to enhance the speed while doing calculations using these skills.