The only way to learn mathematics is to do mathematics. (Paul Halmos)
Maths is logical and it should be solved with logical steps. It is important to develop the ability to do Mental Maths in children. Mental Maths is a basic tool for school aged children. This helps them to perform basic arithmetic rules at speed without using pencil or paper. Mental Maths enhances children’s ability to concentrate, stimulates interest in Maths, improves child’s self-confidence, reduces mistakes in problem solving and also stimulates both sides of the brain.
Keeping this in mind, Mental Maths Competition was held for classes I and II. The preliminary round (written) was held in all the sections of classes I and II. The final (oral) round was on 29-01-2020 and 30-01-2020 for class I and II respectively. Students participated with great enthusiasm and interest.
The judges of the competition were Ms. Tintu Praful and Ms. Priya Gladson for class 1 and Ms. Namrata Damani and Ms. Sushma Chopde for class II. Ms. Tintu Praful was the teacher-in charge of the competition for class I and Ms. Namrata Damani for class II.
The winners are:
First position – Mohammed Mohtashim − I E
Second position – Rudra Nagesh Sakpal – I B and Svanik Rajendra – I C
Third position – Samrudh Bhimarao Patil − I E
First position – C Nagasri Harini − II F
Second position – Pratyush Divecha − II E and Abaan Anwar Thazhathethil – II A
Third position – Shrijita Pal − II C
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