Best Brains uses the Abacus tool to teach math, however, the skills the children acquire during this learning process will help them in all aspects of their education. Abacus was designed in such a way that it automatically enhances the power of the right brain. Our right brain is the numerical center and also a place from where analytical memory takes shape. Abacus training enables memory development in spatial orientation.
During the formative ages of 5-14, children have the capability of enhancing their brain power to the fullest. As your child's right brain develops more during the course of our program, they will be able to do complex calculations mentally. Our teaching methods will improve your child's concentration and overall thinking ability.
Benefits of Abacus
- Enhances photographic memory
- Enables quick and accurate calculations to be computed mentally
- Develops concentration, listening and comprehension skills
- Promotes creativity
- Builds self confidence
- Aids in mastery of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
History of Abacus
The Abacus is an ancient mathematical instrument used for calculation. The Abacus was one of the world's first real calculating tools. The word Abacus is derived from the Greek word "Abex", meaning counting board. The original types of Abacus were dust-covered stone slates with a stylus used for marking numbers. Later this evolved into a slate with grooves where rocks or other counters would be placed to mark numbers. This magical tool has been termed as the "mother of modern computers", and is universally used for solving arithmetic functions like additions, subtraction, multiplication and division.