Why our programmes
Learn maths through a hands-on counting tool called Japanese abacus
Allow your child to start at any time and at the own pace and highly adaptable to accommodate different learning styles
Help children's concentration span, listening, and reading skills
Compliment maths curriculum
Reinforces maths curriculum taught at primary schools
Our programmes are suitable for children of any maths levels from ages 4 and above. Whether you feel your child needs more of a challenge or you just want your child to feel confident in keeping up with their peers, The Abacus Club is results-driven.
I would like to add by saying that your level of support and involvement, far surpasses any other club I have utilised with either of my boys and therefore we are delighted with Leo's involvement in abacus and thank and complement you on your commitment. His mental arithmetic has gone from strength since joining abacus. It is noticeable in his school work as well as his abacus work. We are really pleased with such obvious progress.
Sebastian concentration and mathematical ability have improved. Now, he try to calculate the sums mentally imagining the abacus and beads in his mind. He has learned to calculate in a different way and I think this has increased his confidence. My child has enjoyed very much Toucan book 1 course and I am sure that he will enjoy Toucan book 2 course too.
I find your books extremely well done and laid out simply and straight forward. Thank you for making such great resources
The underlying motivation of The Abacus Club is to explore the fun aspects of numbers and maths. We want children to feel comfortable with numbers and explore numbers as part of their everyday lives. We believe that providing children with the confident to deal with numbers at an early stage of their lives will boost their ability to excel in other academic subjects.
Another 10-week of FREE abacus for the elderly starts Monday, 8 October 2018October 3, 2018
Following a successful first round of abacus training as part of the Dementia Prevention Project, Nisih Freeman has secured another round of 10 weeks ...