Rebecca’s math journey with Cuemath
Mrs. Rekha is a mom who knows exactly what engages the kids of today. She believes that children never learn math from the teachers that they don’t like. Her daughter Rebecca Leslie who is in the 1st grade, began Cuemath classes a few months ago with Cuemath Teacher Nayanatara V Kaggal.
I had a chat with Rekha regarding her daughter’s progress with Cuemath.
“The first thing I should tell you, Rebecca has never missed a Cuemath class unless she is really sick and bedridden” Rekha explains and laughs.
Rebecca apparently refuses to let anything else come before Cuemath. Rekha also admits that the Cuemath workbooks increased her interest in addition and subtraction.
“Initially, she used to get confused with subtraction, but now because of Cuemath’s exclusive approach, it seems to be clear to her.”
Apart from the worksheets, Rekha says that Cuemath Teacher Nayanatara is also instrumental in making Rebecca love math.
“The dedication with which Cuemath Teachers guide the children is commendable. Nayanatara ensures that none of her students face difficulty while doing their sheets. She also motivates the kids to take up challenging problems on their own thereby, making the children believe in themselves.”
Rekha chats away saying that during the Cuemath class, the tabs are what engage kids the most.
“Now-a-days, children are more tech oriented than us. Cuemath has made a wonderful contribution by introducing fun games on the tabs. At least we know that the child is learning something useful now, instead of playing other mindless games.”
As a devoted mother, Rekha feels that the puzzle cards are also making a drastic change in the kids because, Rebecca sits with the entire family to solve her puzzle card and this has helped her think in different directions.
But how does Rebecca perform at school?
“Well, her teacher is very happy with her performance. She is always up to date and brings home a number of stars in her book. I’m very confident now because she does everything in math on her own.”
When I spoke to Rebecca, I couldn’t help but admire the confidence of such a young girl.
“I love math now because so many things are easy for me.”
I asked her how math helped her in school,
“I can add and subtract easily now. I also learn in Cuemath and then go and teach my friends in school. Then they also find it easy. The sums in Cuemath are very interesting and I love the tab games” Rebecca said.
On a final note, I asked her mother Rekha about the best feature of Cuemath to which she replied,
“I think the different modules in Cuemath are a great thing. Each module takes care of A to Z in that topic and its easy for the children.” She said before signing off.
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