ALOHA is now providing online Math, Reading and Writing classes for children so that kids can keep up their skills while remaining safely at home. We have adapted our teacher-led, in-person classes to work virtually. This way kids still have access to their ALOHA teachers, which helps keep learning fun and interactive. In addition to strengthening core skills, our programs also build your child’s confidence; this will continue whether streaming, or in person.
We are offering all our ALOHA programs online. We provide virtual Pre-K through Middle School classes in Math, as well as separate Reading and Writing programs. We have adapted all age-levels to work virtually so we can continue to help children ages 3-5, 5-7 and 7 to 12; just like we have done in-person for millions of students over the years.
Our centers are currently providing virtual classes, while a few centers (where local guidelines allow) are also providing some socially-distanced in-person classes again. It varies from center to center, however, as not all areas of the country currently allow in-person class options.
Check our location finder https://alohamindmath.com/find-a-center/ to find contact information for an ALOHA learning center near you. Please reach out and connect with center staff about our online Math, Reading and Writing programs or (if interested)to see if there are in-person options in your area.
Our teachers and centers are ready to help your children approach learning with confidence. While we have adapted our lessons to be given online, our teaching methods have never just been about advancing student’s Math, Reading or Writing skills…but have always had the underlying goal of building confidence along with other foundational skills such as focus, problem solving, and perseverance.
We all miss being in the classroom together, but while we are adapting to this virtual environment, our promise is to do our best to make learning fun.
From math to studying skills and building resilience, we are in this for the long haul, and while we are now mainly virtual, our centers will be here when things get back to normal.