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Why is COMPREHENSION important?

Children that are unable to comprehend, struggle academically.

Comprehension is the foundation for academic and professional success in your child’s life. If your child can read and take in the information with ease, he/she will be able to master new concepts with ease and take on the world!

COMPREHENSION is the foundation for everything our children need to be successful in the 21st Century. The absence of the ability to comprehend can prevent them from gaining academic and professional success. In addition, this has a psychological impact on children in areas of self-confidence and self-esteem.

The benefits of COMPREHENSION:

Communication is an important skill for success in school, college and at work. Structured writing is an important skill for success.

  • Good comprehension skills will enable a child to pick up any subject, be it maths, science or social sciences, with ease.
  • Better comprehension skills ensure your child is more self-confident and speaks up more.
  • Your child will be able to communicate clearly and his/her public speaking skills will flourish.
  • Your child will be able to adapt to new technologies and tailor his/her skills to match what is needed in the world today.
  • Over time, your child will be free of tutors!

MATH fact fluency builds an effortless recall of basic math facts in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. This programme will monitor your child’s mathematic progress, targeting areas where he/she may be weak to ensure their mental maths becomes as strong as it can possibly be!

Benefits of fact fluency

  • It is essential in building confidence and improving the test taking ability of kids, as they get faster at mental calculations.
  • Benefits are not limited to performance in tests – research shows that when children are quicker at calculations, they are able to process and master math concepts more easily.
  • Studies in the US have clearly linked fact fluency with math grades. The better the fluency, the better are the grades.

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