“Mathematics is the music of reason.” – James Joseph Sylvester
Excelomatics club develops children’s knowledge and understanding of Maths. It provides the young and enthusiastic learners with opportunities to try new things, helping kids to apply their mathematical skills to other ‘real-life’ investigations.
The cute little members of Class I enjoyed adding up numbers to sum up to 10, during their club class held on Saturday, November 7, 2020. They added horizontally, vertically or diagonally to get the total as 10.The goal of this game for students is to get stronger control of the combinations that total ten with these hidden addends puzzles.
The members of Classes II and III solved number train puzzles related to logical skill. Puzzle games are a fun learning activity. These are very important in assisting the children to develop skills of problem solving. Puzzle games develop concentration power of a child that includes possessing the ability to focus on one thing for a certain period of time. It also develops their individual success and achievements.