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Links to Physical and Educational practice classes in Qatar

Discussion in 'Indians in Doha' started by soann, Dec 11, 2013.

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    Hi Soann

    You are an absolute data bank..sure, all will be thanking you much...


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    Kindermusik
    A music and movement programme for infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and children up to 7 years gives parents and kids an opportunity to enroll together in an activity that is engaging and fun. Kindermusik’s programmes are carefully devised to develop a child’s six core areas of early learning: cognitive, language, social, emotional, physical, and musical. Classes are held every Tuesday – 9.15am, 10.15am and 11.30am. For more info call Kindermusik instructor Chantelle Laubscher on 55713581.
     
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    laugh1smiley I'm laughing at myself right now. Thank you dear
     
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    [h=5]KUMON[/h]Is your kid weak in math? Try the Kumon math programme which is individually tailored to suit each child’s learning pace. The Kumon method focuses on “self study” rather than group study and include Kumon worksheets that have been specially created to allow students learn new concepts one step at a time while working within their comfort zones.
    Call Kumon Qatar on 55775009 for more details.
     
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    [h=5]ABACUS[/h]There are many ways to teach numbers to kids. But abacus is probably the simplest way to make your child love math, while having a lot of fun. Abacus not only makes a great play tool thanks to the colourful apparatus used in the system, but the approach also stimulates thinking and learning among kids.
    TCA Qatar offers Abacus classes for children aged 6-12 years. Fee – QR200/month. Visit their Facebook page for more information.
     
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    [h=5]VEDIC MATHS[/h]Vedic maths may sound like a complicated, ancient approach to solving your common arithmetic problem. But once you familiarise yourself with it, it’s far simpler than any conventional method. Vedic maths is an innovative way to let children learn their numbers.
    TCA Qatar offers Vedic math classes for children aged 12 years and above. Fee – QR250/month. Visit their Facebook page for more information.
     
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    These are just info I get from the net ;)
     
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    [h=5]OKOOL MENTAL MATHS[/h]Forget your calculator, use your mind! Okool’s mental maths programme by Skills Development Centre (SDC) teaches kids to perform arithmetic calculations by first using the finger technique and the abacus concept after which they are taught to work on problems by visualising the imaginary abacus to gradually become masters in mental maths.
    Visit the SDC website for more info.
     

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