An Ancient Skill for Modern Times
The Can DO Attitude
Many ask, how does the abacus provide a “life skill” in today’s world? And we say, it’s all in the attitude. Learning the abacus is more than just learning math, it teaches a lot about Japanese culture, and most importantly the concept of DO (pronounced ‘doh’). DO represents the ability to persevere. You may not have realized that this concept is applied in many other Japanese disciplines such as…
- Kado – flower arrangement
- Sado – tea ceremony
- Syuzando – Abacus
When your child applies DO to classes, with your support, your child will not only excel in math, but they will gain powerful life skills.
How it Works
It starts with success
We believe that by empowering your child to achieve success with the Abacus – by focusing on classroom lessons and homework assignments – your child will grow in areas that go well beyond the classroom.
Brain Power Today, Brain Power Tomorrow
Abacus is not just power in itself but supports number sense (place value, and algebraic operations), concentration, patience, memory and judgment, which in turn increases brain development and power.
Uncover Your Child’s Natural Talent
Every child is Intelligent and Gifted. The only difference is in the learning curve and the performance. This is because of the skills and tools a child has, or doesn’t have.
So give your child the skills and the best tools available – learning Mathematics through Abacus and Anzan. This is the best gift that you can pass on to your next generation.