Why should kids join this program?
As we look around us, from buildings to mountains, from planes to birds, shapes are everywhere. As we can realise, shapes manifest their purpose either as functional or aesthetic or both. They appeal to the human mind very strongly. Kids, particularly, are naturally adept at recognising shapes and patterns around them.
In this course kids explore and understand the basics of geometrical shapes, particularly, polygons. They try their hands at Origami, a skill that feeds on creativity and patience, to help understand geometry.
Why should you choose this program? How do we drive the curriculum? What would your kid learn from this program?
- Origami - the origins
- Understanding polygons - relationship between edge, face, and vertex: F+V-E = 2
- Understanding angles
- Relationship between sides and angles of polygon: exterior and interior angles.
- Regular and irregular polygons
- Origami folds - polygons to polyhedra: construction of complex shapes using simple basic shapes.
- Field trip to explore the geometric shapes in the nature.
At the end of the course, kids recognise the intrinsic patterns in the nature and understand the functional aspect of the shapes with the help of origami.
What parents had to say about our previous programs
Great effort obuli & co. Very happy to be part of your programs. Your passion about science ,way of teaching, handling kids etc are superb. The children of Coimbatore are gifted to get such exposure and experiences from your team. Hats off to you and keep going
Foundation is very important for kids to build up their knowledge. Without that your kid will have struggle throughout school years and there after. I feel all kids around the world should get opportunities to learn from Mango education.
Both my son and daughter enjoys attending the science and math classes conducted by mango education. It is more of active learning where the kids are more curious in knowing things. Obuli and Arumugam keeps the children more energetic and enthusiastic.
There is geometry in the humming of the strings, there is music in the spacing of the spheres.
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