Children from age 4 to 15 years are eligible to learn ABACUS. They need not use a calculator or computer to learn Abacus. Abacus is the best way for all children to learn how to calculate without using a calculator, pencil, and paper.

To help your child achieve exceptional results in the shortest time possible, although there is a lot to cover, to help your child achieve exceptional results, it’s important to follow a comprehensive Abacus Mental Math Curriculum that makes it more manageable for our students and leads them to success in the shortest time possible.

Our Abacus Mental Math curriculum has been organized in a sophisticated way. 

In the learning session, children spend time learning and internalizing techniques by using the physical Abacus.  They also spend time doing Mind Math which is listed as “Picture Abacus”

Emphasis is on learning through play in an environment carefully planned to encourage exploration, independence, and social interaction. The program is designed to encourage both child-initiated and teacher-facilitated activities.

Personal, Social, and Emotional – opportunities for each child to become a valued member of the group and community so that self-image and self-esteem are promoted.

Communication, Language, and Literacy – invitations to talk and communicate with adults and other children. To extend their range of vocabulary.

To listen carefully. To introduce pre-reading and pre-writing activities and take children into the Foundation Stages of literacy development.

Bilingual Learning – opportunities for natural immersion in languages with native speakers.

Knowledge and Understanding of the World – opportunities to solve problems, make decisions, experiment and question. To explore and find out about their environment and the people and places significant in their lives.

Maths Development – opportunities to explore maths concepts of number, pattern, measurement, shape, space, addition, subtraction, and classification.

Physical Development – opportunities to develop and practice their physical skills. Willingness to take risks in a safe environment. Increased understanding of how their bodies work and what they need to do to be healthy and safe.

Creative Arts Development – opportunities to share their ideas and feelings through a variety of activities, including art, technology, movement, dance, drama, and role play.