# How Cuemath can make your child a master of math!

Cuemath is a sophisticated math learning program for young students (grades KG to 8). It is the only math learning program which comprehensively covers every aspect of math learning and foundation:

- school math
- mental aptitude
- creative reasoning

Let’s look at each of these domains of the Cuemath program one-by-one.

__School Math__

Cuemath covers every concept a student covers in school math, but in a much more creative and engaging format – through Cuemath’s specially designed set of 4000+ worksheets. For example, in Cuemath, a child learning fractions and decimals will:

- learn to build visual models of fractions and decimals
- learn to interpret fractions and decimals as extensions of numbers rather than unrelated entities
- learn how decimals are related to fractions

Similarly, Cuemath students get exposed to algebra in a much more intuitive format compared to how algebra is typically covered in schools. The program will start with a gradual exposure to abstraction and build complexity in a carefully calibrated and coherent manner.

__Mental Aptitude__

Cuemath extensively addresses calculation and aptitude skills – through Cuemath’s proprietary tab based learning platform. In each Cuemath session, students work on this platform practising their mental math, pattern recognition and other related skills – progressing through levels and winning rewards in the process. For example, some skills covered by Cuemath are:

- Mentally multiplying numbers
- Identifying non-verbal patterns
- Decoding verbal codes

__Creative Reasoning__

One of Cuemath’s most innovative feature is creative reasoning – covered through highly engaging puzzle cards. In each session, a student will get a puzzle card to work upon, and the student can take the help of parents and friends to crack the puzzle. Imagine your child solving interesting puzzles around advanced concepts like:

- Parity
- Truths and lies
- Pigeonhole principle
- Cutting and divisions

As students progress through each of the three domains, their progress can be constantly monitored against the 100 levels structure of the program. As a parent, you will stay constantly updated about what your child is learning – and you’ll be surprised about the depth of this learning in many cases!

If this sounds exciting, the next steps are simple. Find a Cuemath center near you, and take your child there for a free diagnostic test, called the **Cuemath Benchmark Test** (CBT). The CBT will assess your child’s current ability, and place your child appropriately on one of the program’s levels. From then onward, Cuemath will ensure that your child progresses towards a mastery of math!

**Your child will be a master of math. Find your closest center now, to make it happen!**

**You can also read: How can you know if your child is doing well in Math?**

#### Manan Khurma

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