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Owning a Math Monkey franchise could be one of the smartest decisions you’ll ever make. Highly researched and developed unique after-School Supplemental Math program for children from 3 to 12 years’ old.

Math Monkey Programme

Our vision is to give children a strong foundation in mathematics and help them reach their full potential. The Math Monkey program were inspired by the wisdom of the East and weaved with the creativity of the West. We help weaker students overcome the phobia of learning mathematics and learn to love Math. Highly motivated learners will enjoy our challenging and engaging activities.

Our Support Network

As a Math Monkey Knowledge Center Owner, you will receive world class support right from the start. This includes training, research and product development, advertising, operations and marketing support.

Our Franchise

  • A well-developed and tested games based curriculum
  • 7 days of comprehensive training on Vedic Math, Math Monkey Curriculum, operation management and marketing
  • Consultancy services for center set-up
  • An established franchise system to support positive results
  • Low capital investment
  • Sustainable revenue opportunities
  • On-going marketing and operational support

As a Math Monkey™ Franchisee, you will get:

  • As a innovative solution to the Math education, owing a Math Monkey Knowledge Center is a phenomenal franchise opportunity. We are now seeking to grant unit franchise rights to suitably qualified individuals.

Math Monkey Knowledge Center Owners should possess an entrepreneurial spirit and committed to building a strong and successful business. If you enjoy being an businessperson/educator and are prepared for new and exciting challenges, complete the form on this page.

Franchise Enquiry Form

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For example:

  1. In order for a child to process 7 + 8, the mental process requires:

(i) the recognition of the numbers,

(ii) the ability to picture what these numbers quantitatively represent,

(iii & iv) logically put the two numbers together in order to arrive at a probable answer, e.g. 7 + 8=20
(this would be illogical because the answer would be too big), and finally

(v) how long it takes for the child to complete the calculation; the time required would need to be within reason.

2. What is “half of 36?” This question would not be one that a child can have a memorized answer. This would require a child to mentally solve the problem by:

(i) recognition of 36 into two parts 30 & 6,

(ii) knowing quantitatively what 30 and 6 represents,

(iii & iv) remembering these two numbers and the halves of each,

(v) to do it within a reasonable amount of time.

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