ALOHA Teachers Help Children Do Well in School and Continue Learning Over Summer Vacation
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ALOHA Teachers Help Children Do Well in School and Continue Learning Over Summer Vacation

Edison, New Jersey (PRWEB) April 30, 2014 - As the school years ends, ALOHA centers are finalizing preparations for their summer reading, writing, and math programs to help children do well in school. ALOHA franchises stay open year round to focus on student education.

Surprisingly one to three months of summer vacation can hinder children’s learning. In fact, on average students lose about 2.6 months of grade level equivalency in math computing skills over the summer, according the Johns Hopkins University Center for Summer Learning.

"It is important for children to maintain what they learned during school and enrich their learning over the summer. We also have found that this also allows them to be more motivated and stay ahead of their peers when school resumes," said Mani Manickavelu, ALOHA Chief Executive Officer and President.

Good candidates for ALOHA instruction would be children between Kindergarten and 12 years old which may meet one or more of these characteristics.

The Underachiever 

  • excels at one subject, but not another
  • easily distracted, loses focus, fidgets
  • may be good student, but becomes bored easily
  • has trouble following directions and completing homework
  • lack of confidence
  • active imagination and creativity

The Overachiever 

  • loves learning
  • good student, but easily bored
  • never satisfied with grades
  • avid reader
  • curious to know how things work; likes taking things apart and put back together

Parents or teachers noticing any of these traits in children should contact ALOHA about their after-school instructor-led programs.

Access tips on preventing brain drain, "5 Ways Parents can Prevent Learning Loss over Summer Vacation" at

Continual learning provides the best ground work for children to prevent falling behind, overcome their weak areas, and advance their skills – an investment in the present and future. Check with the closest ALOHA center for the specifics on reading, writing, or math programs.

About ALOHA Mind Math

The unique academic enrichment programs at ALOHA Mind Math Centers help children 5 years old through 12 years old be the best they can be to get ahead in all academic areas. This interactive learning method promotes the development and engagement on both sides of the brain, designed for frustrated learners or high-achieving gifted students. Through instructor-led, small group tutoring sessions, children improve their focus, develop vital learning skills, as well as study and life skills, and advance their self confidence to excel in reading, math, language arts, and science, to ultimately persevere in the face of adversity to go after their dreams. Discover the genius in your child.

ALOHA Mind Math was founded in 1993 and introduced in the United States in 2006. ALOHA Mind Math continues to experience growth beyond their current presence in 18 states, 23 countries, and 4,200 locations worldwide. To learn more about ALOHA Mind Math reading program, math program, and language arts programs, or to schedule an orientation at a center near you visit

About ALOHA Mind Math Franchise Business

ALOHA Mind Math tutoring center franchise business is a great opportunity for driven entrepreneur-minded and community-oriented individuals. ALOHA Mind Math’s fun and innovative education program is backed by their proven teaching methods, qualified, and dedicated teachers, helping children understand math and reading, truly enjoy school, and dream the impossible. These are the key reasons for ALOHA Mind Math’s continual growth, while exponentially helping children bring out their natural talent, excel now and later in life. Owners are proud being part of their student’s lives and developing America’s elementary school age children to achieve greatness.


Mary Beth
ALOHA Mind Math
+1 (847) 426-5964



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