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Believe it or not, Mathematics also prevents chaos. It’s all about methods, order, result all of which are also practiced in real life too. We all need it in our everyday life. Math is seen everywhere, the spiders’ web, bees hexagonal combs, it’s everywhere. All we have to do is look in the right place. We can’t live without it, so proper guidance is a must. The curriculum decides everything in a student’s life. So it’s highly advised to provide the perfect base and effective teaching and learning of the subject. We provide customized curriculum with a blend of activity based teaching.
Enrolling in the EduNique Math Program will help you and advance your child’s Math skills, for an advantage in school and beyond.
Daily EduNique Math Worksheets will take about 20 minutes to complete in two or three sessions a week at Edunique Skill classes that exists online and offline, and then another four assignments to be completed at home. Your child will work at his or her own pace, mastering each new concept before moving on. With each worksheet, you’ll find your child accelerating important math skills. Many EduNique parents ultimately find their children mastering concepts that put them grade levels ahead of their peers.
EduNique cultivates the reading skills that can create a lifetime of academic advantages.
The Edunique Skill Alpha Program is designed to build the critical and master skills in grammar, comprehension, creative writing skills that will help your child develop a lifelong love for learning and expressing – and a solid foundation for academic success.
Daily Edunique Worksheets will take about 30 to 45 minutes to complete – in two to three sessions a week at our skill Centre (offline and online) , and another four assignments completed at home. Your child will work at his or her own pace, mastering each new concept before moving on. With each worksheet, your child’s overall reading and writing skills will advance incrementally. All Edunique parents ultimately find their children mastering concepts that put them grade levels ahead of their peers.
We offer the following set of programs: –
Alphaers Creative Writing Course
English Plays and Literature up.
Over the Spoken English course of 15 sessions, we have 15 separate activities in spoken English practice that will help your child polish this imperative soft skill.
Some of these activities are essential at all life stages and can help them hone this skill through learning how to improve their skills with fun yet proven to be effective methods like:
– Introduce oneself
– Just a Minute
– Vocabulary punch
– Picturisation and Imagination
– dumb Charades
– Story Weaving
– Impromptu speech
– Radio Show
– Sell o sell
– Movie moves
– Dialogue delivery
– Twist on
And many more.
Vocabulary plays a very important role in Spoke and in Writing our thoughts. It gives us confidence and attracts others to listen to us.
Adding of adjectives, adverbs, synonyms and antonyms just doesn’t make us an eloquent speaker but an interesting, writer too.
Some of the focus areas to be concentrated on –
Learn a foreign language fluently
Interact and converse in Spanish, German, French, Japanese and Korean
At EduNique, our students build strong fundamentals for foreign languages for long term confidence with enhanced vocabulary, reading and writing skills, that help our students join the world as global citizens. By the end of our course, our students converse and interact fluently in a language of their choice – Spanish, German, French, Japanese or Korean.
Learning the language with the use of flow charts, tables, conjugations and literature lessons that help them understand themes, plots, character sketches and background.
Learning a new language also means that one learns who to write and compose prose and texts in that as well. Our students learn key points, practice formats, and build their vocabulary through repetition and practical exercises.
We ensure fluency and correct grammar with regular short tests, individual attention and one on one doubt clearing sessions. Revision and formatted practice sessions help the students gain confidence on the subject.
Applied science is a discipline that applies existing scientific knowledge to develop more practical applications, such as technology or inventions. Within natural science, disciplines that are basic science, also called pure science, develop information to predict and perhaps explain—thus somehow understand—phenomena in the natural world. Applied science applies the basic science toward practical endeavors. Applied science is typically engineering, which develops technology, although there might be feedback between basic science and applied science: research and development. Medical sciences, for instance medical microbiology and its clinical virology, are applied sciences that apply biology toward medical knowledge and inventions, but not necessarily medical technology, whose development is more specifically biomedicine or biomedical engineering. Applied science can also apply formal science, such as statistics and probability theory, as in epidemiology. Genetic epidemiology is an applied science applying both biological and statistical methods.
Homework often impedes with the fun during the holiday season and parents find it hard to give due time to their children to complete their tasks while getting best learning outcomes.
Let EduNique take the burden off you and your children during the holidays!
Holiday homework is essential part of academia and often parents as well as students feel overburdened when they are unable to cope with the deadline.
The experts at EduNique ensures not just to take over holiday homework and assignment completion but also keep your child’s brain sharp and active over the break without them knowing that they are working.
Our online assignment experts give proper assistance and strategies that will help the children stay sharp and get with their holiday homework done completely in just a few online classes.
Holiday Homework Course is designed systematically while recognizing that every child approaches studying and homework differently.
Our approach is target based and aims to make children learn as they complete their holiday assignments online – all while having fun.
Here are some of the features EduNique’s Holiday Homework online course will entail:
Join today to get holiday assignment help, online homework solutions, report assistance, live sessions and much more…
The Science Olympiad Foundation organized a well-known Mathematics Olympiad “IMO” which is organized in two phases. The first level consists of logic and mathematical questions. The second level is pure mathematics (second level is not held for class 1 and 2). Only 5 percent of students go to the second level.
Keys to crack the first level of IMO:
Upgrade your skills with our IMO Olympiad sample papers
Olympiad Success offers complete and much focused study material for IMO level 1 Class 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and other Mathematical Olympiads. Keeping in mind the quality of the content our experts prepare the best contents for you which matches the level of IMO previous year papers for class 1, class 2, class 3, class 4, class 5, class 6, class 7, class 8, class 9 and class 10. We upgrade our content timely according to the pattern of recent year IMO paper.
To help you in your preparations Olympiad Success offers the pattern based sample papers for class 1 to 10.
Helping you understand the Olympiad Success, understanding concepts, strengthening the concept in your mind and understanding the advanced level of concepts in application to enhance your skills and quality-based application-based questions and detailed explanations. …. And all these improvement plans, adaptive tests and advanced application in a smart way with
the help of concept based application is the invitingly. It’s time to start smart work rather than hard work with Olympiad Success.
Remember that the questions asked in the first level will be from your curriculum but will not be that simple. Questions will not be based on direct concepts but advanced applications of concepts will be required. You just have to stick to thorough understanding of your concepts and also their advance application.
Olympiad Success offers “Comprehensive package” to create, strengthen and understand the application of concepts. “Comprehensive package” is essential for top international ranks for students. This package is prepared by the most experienced experts with the knowledge of the latest IMO question paper, along with the pattern of IMO last year papers. Crack the first level of IMO with our IMO Olympiad Mock Test Papers and also this will help you in any other Math Olympiad as well.
Olympiad Success provides IMO level 1 sample question papers based on patterns of previous years.
Olympiad Success has IMO level 1 material and question papers for class 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8. Create and achieve success in any Math Olympiad for grades 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 with our “Comprehensive Package”.
Olympiad Success provides downloadable tests. Mathematics is better practiced on hard copies rather than soft copies. If you have problems printing a test, then you can simply take the online exam. Our tests work perfectly well in all browsers and mobile.
Olympiad Success offers IMO first-level mock test papers and second-level mock test paper designed with the idea of preparing the advanced level of real IMO.
Olympiad Success gives you the International Mathematical Olympiad questions covering each topic for IMO Level 1 to understand your ability and concept.
Olympiad Success offers IMO mock test paper based on the pattern of IMO’s last year’s papers, class 1, class 2, class 3, class 4, class 5, class 6, class 7, class 8, class 9 and class 10.
Our online English Olympiad preparation platform is targeted to young learners interested in mastering the Global language. The purpose of English Olympiad exams is to encourage and improve English spelling, grammar and learning process.
By participating in English Olympiad exams, the students get early exposure to learning and competition.
Refer to the JMMMC Srinivas Ramanujan Class details – https://thekala.in/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/JMMC-SRINIVAS-RAMANUJAN-2.pdf
Refer below for Aryabhatta National Maths Competition for Group 2 that will be covered in this course:
Refer below for Aryabhatta National Maths Competition for Group 3 that will be covered in this course:
Refer below for Group1, 2 and 3 details:
A Spelling Bee is a competition in which contestants are asked to spell a broad selection of words, usually with a varying degree of difficulty. To compete, contestants must memorize the spellings of words as written in dictionaries, and recite them accordingly.
Spell Bee International
A transnational educational organisation that has revolutionised the way English is being taught. Applying our unique learning model – S.L.E (Strategic Language Enhancement), we have devised an ingenious way to impart English language skills in the form of 15 rounds of SpellBee International Competition.
Based on our team’s 25 years of research and success of our recommended policies in hundreds of schools, colleges in India and other developing countries, SpellBee International has equipped, tested and certified 5,50,000+ students.
Contestants, apart from learning the spellings of 1000 words, they also learn their forms, correct pronunciation, meanings, other related forms (inflections and derivations), word combinations (collocations), synonyms, antonyms and word usage in sentences ensuring the holistic understanding and application of the words learned.
The contestants are also introduced to Etymology (through root words), Phonology, Reading Comprehension (historically important and famous letters, poems, news articles, dialogues, product label, etc.), Crossword, Idioms, Phrases, Presenting an Argument and the wondrous world of books through literature based GK.
SpellBee International prepares students not just for exams; but for their academic and career success. An expansive vocabulary in English guarantees a superior understanding of other subjects too and creates access to ALL the world’s knowledge, helping the students ace exams like IELTS, TOEFL, UPSC, GRE, GMAT, CAT, etc., and even inspire them to author books and scholarly articles!
Handwriting is an essential skill for both children and adults.
For younger children:
– Handwriting activates the brain more than using a keyboard because it involves more complex motor and cognitive skills.
– Handwriting contributes to reading fluency and command over languages because it activates the visual perception of letters.
– Handwriting is a predictor of success in other subjects as well.
As children get older:
– Many standardised assessments are based on written exercises, particularly in time-limited written examinations. That is why it is important to have fast and clearly legible handwriting. This factors in as a major form of assessment for several formal qualifications.
-Illegible handwriting can cause poor self-esteem in students in their formative years. Poor self-esteem can trigger loss of confidence, which is directly reflected in their performance.
– Children who experience difficulty mastering handwriting may avoid writing and produce poor written work. Children with poor handwriting will find it hard to proofread their own work. They will then fail to spot their mistakes and their confidence may dip even lower.
– Examiners need to decipher what is written. Otherwise, pupils will achieve lower marks, even where the content may be good. Many states standardised assessments and handwritten essays emphasise the importance of handwriting. Without fast and legible handwriting, students may miss out on learning opportunities and under-achieve academically.
-Handwriting is critical to creative, well-crafted text affecting both fluency and the quality of the composition. Handwriting contributes to better writers. Children who have mastered it are better, more creative writers.
– Taking notes by hand is vital for all students of all ages because it improves attention, comprehension, and results. Students’ notes must be self-legible, otherwise, they are worthless.
– Good handwriting is essential long after graduation Jotting down a shopping list, writing a birthday card, taking down a phone message, completing a form at the bank, filling out immigration forms….handwriting is part of our daily lives. It is on show to others and may be used to make judgments about us.
– Good writing skills can help you in life. If you’re trying to get a job, good writing skills make you more desirable to the employer. One of the first things an employer looks at is your cover letter or resume.
Children, students, teachers, lecturers, parents feel happy, confident and inspired by good handwriting skills. Good handwriting is the platform for achievement in the workplace and self-assurance in life. It is and will remain, the key to progress and success
Gain the confidence to take on new challenges by practising to be an achiever from an early age. School competitions play a big role in the development of a child’s confidence. We help students learn how to excel in these competitions.
It’s important to develop the skills of your child, not just in their core subjects but competitions that help to build their personality and confidence to excel in life. Our special School Competitions course is designed to be moulded as per your child’s requirements where they learn how to score a high rank in these competitive tests by learning new concepts, practicing questions, clearing doubts and achieving their goal!
We assist children in gearing up for the Olympiads in various subjects by giving them concepts with our personalized one on one sessions with every child. The curriculum for each is designed as per the needs of the child and the competition with focus on understanding concepts and speed of solving the problems.
Some of the specialized programs that we help students excel in are:
EduNique Phonics Course is a systematic synthetic phonics programme designed to help children write and read words with fun, multi-sensory way. The program teaches children the 42 letters in the English language instead of the alphabet. Phonics helps children become successful and independent writers and readers in the early years. There are 7 levels of EduNique Phonics program, In these levels a child will learn the following:-
We provide interactive worksheets along with the flash cards, motivational badges, stickers and story books. Below is enclosed samples of each.
How teachers at EduNique prepare a phonics lesson for children?
As mentioned earlier, phonics instruction should be integrated with vocabulary instruction, because the ultimate goal is to help children make sense of what they have ‘sounded out’ from a text. This can be done by first introducing words (e.g., cat, hat, rat, fat) using multi-sensory activities and stories.
The vocabulary provides the context for highlighting the target letter-sound relationships (the words in the above example all contain the rhyme family ‘at’), whereas the stories help children understand how the words are used.
Next, teachers should encourage the children to say the target words aloud. This is done by embedding the words in chants, nursery rhymes or games.
Once the children are able to say the whole words, the next step is to use activities to teach phonological awareness by directing the children’s attention to the sound units within words (e.g., syllables, onsets, rhymes, phonemes) and encouraging the children to manipulate these sound units (e.g., blending and segmenting).
Teachers vary the type of phonological awareness tasks in line with the age of children.
For three-year-old children, the teachers can count with them the number of syllables within the target words (e.g., clapping hands twice for the word Carol to indicate that this word has two syllables).
For four-year-old children, teachers focus on the rhyme families and onsets within words. For example, teachers can say ‘cat, c-at, cat’ to highlight the onset c and the rhyme ‘at’ for the word ‘cat’, and then encourage children to blend the onset c and rhyme ‘at’ to form the word ‘cat’.
For five-year-old children, teachers can add in visual cues to show how to break a word down into its onset and rhyme (e.g., cat = c + at).
With this foundation of phonological awareness, associating sounds with letters will be much easier for children.
Can phonics be included as a small part of each lesson?
Because practice makes perfect, it is ideal if a teacher can integrate phonics into every English lesson.
Teachers can do this by encouraging children to apply the phonics skills they have learned to words they encounter in stories and nursery rhymes. For example, in a story session, teachers can count with the children the number of syllables in target words, and also encourage the children to think whether the key words contain onsets, rhyme families and letters that they have learnt previously.
How can parents help their children with phonics?
Parents play a crucial role in fostering children’s reading development. It helps if parents recycle the words that their children have learnt from school in their daily conversations. It also helps if parents read with their children stories that have been encountered in school.
Parents can reinforce their children’s knowledge of letter-sound relationships by asking questions such as, ‘What is the beginning letter in this word? What sound does it make? What is the last letter in the word? What sound does it make?’
Parents whose first language is not English
Parents who are not native-level speakers of English might be concerned about the influence of their English on their children’s pronunciation skills. However, provided that children have regular access to a variety of speakers (even through videos), their English pronunciation can improve.
Parents can encourage their children to listen to nursery rhyme recordings and sing along. Singing allows children to practise using their articulators (speech organs), and to compare their articulation of words with a good model. Another strategy is for the parents to look up the English translation for words from the first language on their mobile phones, play the pronunciation, and ask their children to repeat the words back to them.
Besides worrying about their own English pronunciation, parents might wonder whether their children are at a disadvantage compared to monolingual English-speaking children because their home language does not use the Latin alphabet. This concern is unwarranted because, in the early years, no child is able to read on his or her own; all children are learning the Latin alphabet from scratch.
However, children learning English as a second or additional language tend to have a much smaller oral vocabulary size. When they attempt to sound a word out, they might not be able to make sense of what they have just sounded out. A strong focus on vocabulary instruction is therefore crucial for these children.
Hindi for Beginners (ELH1)
This is the first of two sequential group courses in Hindi aimed at helping complete beginners achieve elementary proficiency in Hindi. The focus of this course begins with a systematic presentation of the Hindi script, Devanagari, and sound system following by an explanation of grammatical concepts that will equip students with the skills necessary to make themselves understood in the most basic contexts. By the end of this course, students will be able to ask for directions, find out the time of the next bus and the price of the ticket, and describe their environment using the present tense of the verb “to be” as well as adjectives, nouns, and pronouns in conjunction with post positions. After completing this course, students will be ready to tackle our Lower Elementary Hindi course.
Lower Elementary Hindi (ELH2)
This is the second in a series of group courses aimed at helping students achieve novice-level proficiency in Hindi. As the follow up to our Hindi for Beginners course, this course builds on students’ reading, writing, speaking, and comprehension skills and covers the competencies needed in everyday contexts such as giving and responding to commands, using expressions to indicate possession, expressing wants and needs as well as some colloquial usages. By the end of this course students will be able to express themselves in the past and present tenses. Once this course is complete, students will be ready for Elementary Hindi, the course necessary to achieve elementary-level proficiency.
This is the third in a series of group courses aimed at helping students achieve elementary-level proficiency in Hindi. As the follow up to our Lower Elementary Hindi course, this course builds on students’ reading, writing, speaking, and comprehension skills and covers more grammatical constructions such as describing ongoing actions, talking about the future and expressing hopes, fears and wishes. By the end of this course students will be able to express themselves in the present and past progressive, future and subjunctive tenses. Once this course is complete, students will be ready for Upper Elementary Hindi II, the course necessary to achieve A2 level proficiency.
This is the fourth in a series of group courses aimed at helping students achieve elementary-level proficiency in Hindi. As the follow up to our Upper Elementary Hindi I course, this course covers further ground in grammar such as talking about past events, expressing obligations and compulsions and compound verb constructions in Hindi. By the end of this course students will be able to express themselves in all tenses. Once this course is complete, students will be ready for the next level course, Lower Intermediate Hindi, and start their journey towards achieving B1 level proficiency.