It’s time for the Monthly Licensure Exams in IPPO. Hoping that students are ready to challenge themselves. Good luck students.
Dr. Borromeo is taking it step by step. He is not taking any detours and is really determined to have the abacus in his head.
Gael is doing HOP 12 at the moment.
Pierce has all his attention focus doing HOP 18. T. Mei praising Pierce of a job well done.
Today is the Monthly Licensure Exam for Abacus.
Students prepare for a month for this exam. They have been conditioned to do Abacus Calculations in a span of 10 minutes.
Good luck students. May all of you pass the exam.
Biju taking the 7th Grade Licensure Exam and she is still 6 years old. Pretty Amazing.
Therese and Geoff taking 9th and 8th Grade Licensure Exam on the same day.
Today is the Monthly Licensure Exam for Anzan(Mental Calculation).
We have two students that are fortunate enough to have been eligible to take Anzan.
Ralph currently doing his 4th Grade Abacus Worksheets and Courtney doing her 2nd Grade Abacus Worksheets.
Kaniel would always ask if I’m angry. He often receives my angry face because he would not do abacus calculation and easily gives up.
Today though he seems to be in the mood and is willingly doing everything.
Kiev has multiplication skills up until the Table of 5. We thank his mother for that.
As early as 6 years old, IPPO encourages the kids to memorize the Multiplication Table. He is doing Calculation Quiz.
Every student is doing their best to accomplish the goals they set themselves.
Being independent and goal-driven is what IPPO would like their students to be.
Congratulations on your milestone, Derek. We hope that you would continue to love doing abacus calculations.
8th Grade it is, Keep up the good work Jeanelle. Challenge yourself more.
Geoff is really with his abacus skills. He is currently doing the 7th Grade and is in Timer Group.
Adrian and Avery doing their best to beat the time.
Paulo has really improved. During the last sessions, he is still confused on when to “Transform” and use the “Carry Table”.
He is now comfortable using it and can easily solve problems without the assistance of teachers.
Stay tuned for more updates about your child’s improvements.