## What Abacus Should You Buy?

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# SumoMath Blog

## What Abacus Should You Buy?

## Aging, Alzheimer’s and The Abacus

## How We Teach Arithmetic And So Much More Using The Abacus

## What To Do If No Sound In Audible Mental Training

## Counting Is The Basis For Learning Math

## How Are Numbers Taught in Asia Compared to Western Countries?

## Generate the Famous Fibonacci Sequence on The Abacus!

## The Abacus – A Math Manipulative Students Will Use for Life

## Build Calculation Speed Practicing the 10 Pair Complements

## Take a Multi-Sensory Approach to Learn Arithmetic with Abacus Math

## Tips and Thoughts on How to Develop Your Mental Math and Mental Calculation Skills?

## An Effective Mental Math Tool – The Paper Abacus or Kami Soroban

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To get started with the RightLobeMath.com online math program, we need an abacus or preferably a Japanese Soroban which can be

Continue readingWe know as our bodies age so too will our brains. Just as it is important to keep our bodies

Continue readingFor many the use of an abacus to teach children, or adults, arithmetic is not well known or understood. Since

Continue readingSome users have encountered the situation where they do not hear any voice while attempting to run an audible mental

Continue readingLearning to count is important for all children in developing their math skills. The idea of number sense is the

Continue readingWhen it comes to early math education, learning basic numeracy and developing a sense of numbers, Asian children consistently outperform their

Continue readingThis is a transcript of the video. In this video we are going to take a look at an interesting

Continue readingTeachers in schools around the world experiment with lots of different math manipulatives to help children visualize and conceptualize the

Continue readingThe main method of addition and subtraction on the abacus is understanding and using the 5 complement pairs of 10, i.e.

Continue readingWhen we think about learning and learning efficiency we must consider how the brain receives information from the outside world.

Continue readingTo develop strong mental calculation skills, i.e. mental math, we first need to learn the required bead movements on the abacus. The

Continue readingThis is an introduction to using a mental math tool called the Kami Soroban or Paper Soroban. The Kami Soroban

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