What is Abacus classes?

In Skill Smarter Abacus classes, simple arithmetical functions like addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and squares are easy to learn.

In addition to that, enrolling your kid in Skill Smarter ABACUS classes can also help them to bring up their confidence and concentration level in their daily activities.

The learning Abacus mental arithmetic accelerates the whole development of the brain.

Is Abacus good for child?

Helpful in many ways, Skill Smarter abacus helps in the overall brain development of a child.

This abacus course accelerates calculation speed and accuracy,  retention of memory power, fast learning skills, enhances concentration power, great listening skills, good visualization skill and better self-confidence.

How long does it take to learn abacus?

Skill Smarter Abacus course duration is 25 months. The Skill Smarter Abacus System consists of seven levels. Level 1 and level 2 is the Basic level, and level 7 is the most advanced Abacus.

The Abacus training takes approximately 2 years and 1 month to complete almost 25 months. Normally, dramatic improvement in math capability is evident after only the first year, when the student has achieved level 3 or 4.

Skill Smarter Abacus classes conducted by experienced course instructor for 1 and 1/2 hours each class, twice in a week basis.

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The Abhidharmakośabhāṣya of Vasubandhu (316-396), a Sanskrit work on Buddhist philosophy, says that the second-century CE philosopher Vasumitra said that “placing a wick (Sanskrit vartikā) on the number one (ekāṅka) means it is a one, while placing the wick on the number hundred means it is called a hundred, and on the number one thousand means it is a thousand”.

It is unclear exactly what this arrangement may have been. Around the 5th century, Indian clerks were already finding new ways of recording the contents of the Abacus.[28] 

Hindu texts used the term śūnya (zero) to indicate the empty column on the abacus.[29]

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