Learning Time A+ Program

For Awareness, Ability and Attitude

There are three things that children need to excel in, in school and in life

  • Awareness, i.e. Knowledge about ourselves, the world, and science.
  • Ability, i.e. Essential skills like language, math, art, and technology
  • Attitude, i.e. Good human values, emotional intelligence, and positive mindset.

The Learning Time A Plus Program does exactly that.

The Learning Time A+ (A Plus) Program:

  • Is for today’s kids
  • Grabs children’s attention, and keeps it
  • Helps children grow into global citizens

The Learning Time A+ Program consists of:

  • Time to Learn: A Plus program develops essential awareness through books that talk and sing
  • Time for English with Lucy, Wiz and Ziggy: The most modern English learning program that develops more than 20 valuable skills
  • Time for Math: Establishes a strong foundation in math through an interactive multimedia program
  • Learning Values with Lucy and Wiz: A Plus program builds the right attitudes, introduces cultures of the world, helps children grow as global citizens

Key Benefits of A+ Program

• High quality A plus program for kids
Encourages the habit of reading and a lifelong love for learning
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Stimulates curiosity and awareness of the world around us
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Helps nurture and develop global citizens
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Develops numerous essential skills like language, math, art
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Combines books, audio, video, apps, games and activities to engage today’s kids


What is A Plus program all about?

Our A plus program is about focusing on 3 key areas of mental development in children; Awareness, Ability and Attitude, through interactive learning tools. The Learning Time A+ Program focuses on instilling a love for reading in young children. This love for books and reading is the prerequisite in developing a lifelong enthusiasm for learning.

How is it different from what a child learns in school?

It’s different from the way the child learns in school because this keeps up to the pace of learning and interest of the child, unlike the school where there is a fixed curriculum. It also triggers the instinct of how to think out of the box.

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