Math Cosmos


Many Children Appreciate Math better when they are able to 'touch and feel'. They are better able to relate to abstract concepts. This is vital to give them the confidence in Math skills as they progress in learning. The 'Tactile-Visual' element of mathematical learning is missing in traditional learning environments . The Hands on Math Program, that includes many methods to introduce this 'Tactile-Visual' element could be the ideal solution to inspire your child to become confident in Math skills at an early age. 

Math for the 6-9 (Neutrons) age Group

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Hands-on math courses for the Neutrons teach students to build, investigate and explore geometry concepts, vocabulary, and structures in a 2-D and 3-D world. Students learn concepts in a experiential way, laying the foundation for higher mathematical learning. The geometry concepts are best understood when models are held and manipulated. The younger students build models using math manipulative and learn concepts ranging from Geometric Shapes to Fractions is a Fun way.Older kids in this group who are advanced can take the intermetidate hands on math course where they learn fundamental quantitative skills through constructing modes in math and geometry.

Math for the 4-6 (Protons) age Group

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This fun Hands-on Math program for early elementary school children by Science Cosmos enables students to build projects using math manipulatives that challenge students in an age appropriate way, to explore, exercise, and develop mathematical skills and concepts as well as literacy skills. The hands-on projects engage the students and thus, increase learning. The projects shows students ways to compare and operate on quantities, such as pattern blocks, tiles, and cubes. The program promotes development of well rounded, age-appropriate understanding of mathematical ideas. Students learn patterns, relations and functions, and how to sort, classify, and order objects by size, number, and other properties. They learn how to represent data using concrete objects, pictures and Specify locations and describe spatial relationships.

Abacus Math for age 5-12

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This program is offered through our affiliate Komodo USA. We use a  personalized approach, where  your child will learn to solve complex problems in her head without any calculators, with speed and accuracy. Students start learning on the Japanese Soroban abacus and rapidly learn to visualize a problem and make a mental image of the abacus. In a few weeks, they learn to do problems mentally without relying on the abacus. Children learn at their own pace and build a foundation of basic math that is critical for success later when studying advanced math (Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus). Curriculum: Basic Math: Addition, Subtraction from single digit all the way upto 4 digits and more; Intermediate Math: Multiplication, Division, 2 digit X 1 digit all the way upto 4 digits X 3 digits and beyond; Advanced Math: Square root and Cube rootAge Based  

Math for the 9-14 (Electrons) age Group

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Electrons can learn concepts in math by building models. This is an unique way of learning, compared to leraning in a school classroom. Younger kids in this age group are challenged with the intermetidate hands on math course where they learn fundamental quantitative skills through constructing modes in math and geometry. The Older kids are challenged with the hands on Middle School math course, where they learn advanced concepts in Math and geometry, including things like the Fibionacci sequence.


STEM Hands On
STEM Hands On

Whats a better way to learn STEM concepts, than building robot and cool engineering structures. Its Learn+Fun in these self paced classes

Arts Cosmos
Arts Cosmos

The classes blend together skills in traditional art and digital art. Featuring art lessons from the great masters such as da Vinci. Click to Learn more on the Arts Cosmos Website.

STEAM-ing Gaming
STEAM-ing Gaming

Children love to play video games. Why not show them how to create their own games instead?  Children  learn STEAM Concepts with our Minecraft (Education) Courses