Math Lab for Primary School (Nur. to Grade 5)



  • Animated videos lessons & Facilitator’s guide covering various concepts of respective classes  will be shared with the teachers as a ready reference for usage and implementation of each tool.



The products  cover the following topics:

  • NURSERY – Fun with Colours, Pattern Writing, Value of Numbers, Number Patters, Identification and writing numbers, Colors and Shapes, Matching.
  • L.K.G. – Walking with Numbers, Pattern Writing, Shapes and colours, Value of Numbers, Writing Numbers, Matching, Comparison, After and in-between, Counting up to 50
  • U.K.G. – Walking with Numbers, Value of Numbers, Comparison, Matching, Writing numbers and thier name up to 9, After and in-between and before, Shapes and Colors, One and Many, One More and ONE Less, Putting Together and Taking Away, Concept of Zero, Tens and Ones, Counting and writing numbers up to 100
  • Class 1 – Shapes and Sizes, Fun with Numbers, One Digit Addition and Subtraction, Concept of Zero, Grouping sticks in  tens and ones, Number Relationship, Making and writing numbers up to 50, Addition with Regrouping, Shape Pattern, Commutative aspect of addition, Subtraction with regrouping, Spatial understanding, Correlation between ‘+’ & ’–’, Length, Number representation up to 100, Ascending and descending numbers up to 50.
  • CLASS 2– Successor and Predecessor, Addition and Subtraction of 2 digit numbers, Place Value, Properties of shapes, Length, Addition and Subtraction of 3 digit numbers, Number Comparison, Time – weeks & months, Inverse relation between addition and subtraction, Lines and patterns, Money, Skip-counting, Fluency in computation, Capacity, Pattern,Introduction of multiplication.
  • CLASS 3 – Skip-counting, 4 digit numbers, Mental addition and subtraction, Shapes, Addition and subtraction of four digit numbers, How Many Times, Tessellation, Addition of activities, Clock, Calendar, Length, Multiplication, Division, Money, Data handling using tally, Fluency in computation.
  • Class 4 – Multiplication and division, Circle, Symmetry, Equivalent Fractions, Time, Fluency in computation, Length, Tessellation, Area and perimeter, Transformation, Weight, Charts, 3D shapes, Measuring liquids, Direction, Graphs, and Maps and Fraction as collection.
  • Class 5  Place Value, Rounding off, Roman Numeral, Nets and Shapes, Angles, Factors & Multiples, Fraction, Decimals, Mental Maths, Symmetry & Turn, Attributes of 3D Shapes, Pattern, Length, Weight, Capacity, Charts, Area and Perimeter



2 sets of following 22 products will be shipped in order to set-up the Lab in your school.

Abacus Number Box
Advance dominoes Number Cubes
Attribute Set Number System
Cheeky Chick Opposite Kit
Decimal Kit Place Value Cards
Disc Board Table Kit
Elementary Dominoes Tangram
Floor Disc Talking Stick
Fraction set Tile kit
Geo board 3 D Solid Shapes
Give and Take Interlocking Cubes
Hundred Board Mensuration Kit
Measuring Kit Base 10 Block



Our methodology is inspired by works of founders of experiential learning approach like John Dewey, Kurt Lewin and Jean Piaget. However, our methodology is very similar to David Kolb’s four-stage model of experiential learning. It is argued that our methodology is practical application of this approach in teaching school curriculum.



Following two educators of Indian origin has contributed significantly in the conception of this idea:

  • P.K. Srinivasan – Fulbright Exchange teacher in USA. Later became Director Emeritus, Ramanujan Museum and Math Education Center (Chenni, India)
  • M. Hyacintha A.C – Director, Carmel Teacher Center, Hazaribagh, India



  • Invisible design of the products has been awarded by National institute of design (NID), Ahmedabad, India.
  • J-PAL, a research center at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), United States established that Vikalp shows substantial gain in learning outcomes.
  • Vikalp has been featured twice in Outlook magazine for the impact it’s creating among students.

Conducted by FSG- international NGO based in Washington DC.  

Students subscribing to Vikalp methodology scored 61% higher than control students not subscribing to this way of learning.

Conducted by Gray Matters – measures learning outcomes of children

Average scale score of sample where conventional teaching is practiced – 88 out of 200
Average scale score after 1 year of implementation of Vikalp methodology – 105 out of 200

Conducted by Lean data study by Acumen – New York based assessment agency

  • 80 % parents observed increase in their child’s score
  • 83% parent observed improvement in interest in math, ability to grasp concepts, willingness to do homework independently.