## COURSE INFORMATION

Abacus is a calculating tool that was in use centuries before the adoption of the written modern numeral system. Abacus is the first calculating device which is helpful to improve the speed of calculation. The computer and calculator seems to have replaced the human brain in calculation with the help of abacus concept. The child solves the maths calculation in few minutes with help of this instrument. In todays world abacus helps to develop the human brain. We can solve easily addition subtraction multiplication and division with the help of abacus instrument. Abacus helps in the overall development of the childs brain in the field where she needs to deal with numbers. He needs to know how much is 1+1 or 3+2 or 4+5 and so on. The children are taught to identify the numbers then the problem and then find the solution using Abacus. At CMA children get to use one of these and learn the basics of mathematical calculation in collaboration with Abacus D Maths Academy. An abacus is often constructed as a bamboo frame with beads sliding on wires but originally they were beans or stones moved in grooves in sand or on tablets of wood or metal.

There are plenty of benefits of the Abacus course, some of them are:

Better Concentration | Children are always weak at maintaining their concentration levels, with the help of this course, they will be able to improve their concentration levels.

Memory Improvement | As mathematical calculations require greater memory needs of the brain, the childs memory gets improved gradually.

Quick Calculation | This helps in the future as the child already develops its brain to do maths faster.

Confidence | As the child starts solving numerical problems easily, a confidence starts to build in him/her.

Learning Ability | As maths is considered the toughest by a child, with the ease in learning maths, the child develops better learning abilities.

Increase Mental Agility | This increases the speed at which the calculations are done.

Developing The Right And Left Brain Parts at a time | An added advantage as it aids to the overall development of the brain.

No Fear From Maths | This is one of the major benefits as children tend to fear maths due to its complexities.