5 Reasons Why You Can’t Be Late for IPPO Class

Why do you need not to be late for classes? Some not maybe all have experienced being late in their classes. Being late sometimes makes a huge impact on the student’s life. As young as they are, kids should be taught the importance of time and for them to be very keen on observing it.

In IPPO, we strictly follow time as it determines the flow of the lesson and how would the lesson proceed throughout the class.

Here are 5 reasons why you can’t be late for IPPO Class.

Use time wisely.

A typical Abacus lesson lasts for about an hour and the general objective is to finish 1 sheet in an hour.

The first 5 minutes is used to steer up the child’s motivation and interest.

For the next 30 minutes, he is tasked to answer his worksheet: 10 minutes- Multiplication, 10 minutes- Division, 10 minutes- Addition/ Subtraction.

The next 5-10 minutes will be used for checking his work and recomputing those mistakes he had. Some kids take a longer time to finish checking and review and would not finish their sheet at all.

Some finish early and could do some other things like practice their Anzan skills.

Setting your mind for class.

As mentioned earlier, the students 5 minutes are used to steer up their motivation and interest.

This is where most of the interaction takes place.

Kids would share what happened to their day, what the feel towards having Abacus Lessons and what would their goal for today would be.

Disturbing other students.

Once you are late, you tend to knock on the door to inform of your presence and in return, those students who are already doing their work ahead of them gets distracted with the noise and would be lost on what they are doing.

Interaction with teachers and classmates inside the classroom.

Abacus classrooms are most of the time very quite for students to focus and concentrate more but that is not all, students can’t be still for a whole hour, there begins a whole new world for students.

How they communicate with their classmates, their teachers and how they act to solve a certain number in their questionnaire.

You will get used to being late.

As young as they are, students should be taught the importance of time.

Having it part of their daily routine helps us, parents, also be on time. This is one of the life skills that Abacus education develops in children, the importance of time.


Everybody place an important role in the child’s development.

Parents, as well as students, know when classes start and it is best for us parents to keep track of the time and have our children do the same. Time is gold as they say and we can never turn back time.

It is best to be on Time so that we can use time to the fullest.

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