Enhance your Mathematical Skills Through Abacus Education

What 3 positive numbers give the same result when multiplied and added together? Hmm, I think it is a little difficult but I know you can do it.
Now, have a look on what your children are doing this week.


Tuesday (11/7/17)

We have started teaching again in MZED Christian School. They have almost two weeks of break. The kids still do remember their previous lesson and is eager to learn new ones.

Bowing of heads is a greeting common in Japanese Culture. We also do that before and after class as a sign of respect.
Gael receiving his STEP Book after completing his HOP Book.

In TRY Group, students frequently asked questions and can freely manage their time.

Students in TRY Group are really doing their best to move to the nest level.

Wednesday(11/8/17)

Wednesdays be like. Students are always doing their best to accomplish their goals and will eventually progress through guidance and perseverance.

MZED students focusing on their respective works.
T. Mei assisting Anton on his Division. Anton is currently doing 7th Grade Abacus Calculations.
This is the proper way to add using the Abacus. This is Kaniel, a 5-year old kid, who is now in 9th Grade.
Dee demonstrating Finger Press. Finger Press is every essential to doing Abacus Calculations.

Friday (11/10/17)

Learning is fun when you are surrounded with friends. Learn together with your friends.

T.Mei explaining to Courtney the proper way to do 2nd Grade ANZAN.
TRY Group students exerting extra effort to finish their task.
T. Mei encouraging Harry to use his fingers to do Addition in order to visualize it.

Saturday (11/11/17)

It is a fun Saturday. Japanese Bloggers visited IPPO. We hope you have decent shots.

Students have their own goals to finish.
Ralph on his 4th Grade Worksheets.
Derek is now about to finish his STEP book.
T.Mei explaining to the bloggers about the Textbooks used in IPPO.
Carlos, one of the bloggers, does YOMIAGE-ZAN with the students.

Have fun while learning Math. Come and join us in IPPO. Learn Math the Japanese Way.

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Pau

Abacus Teacher at IPPO Japanese Math Inc.
Hi, everyone!! I'm T. Pau, one of the Abacus Teachers in IPPO. Come and enjoy math the Japanese way!! See you soon!
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Hi, everyone!! I'm T. Pau, one of the Abacus Teachers in IPPO. Come and enjoy math the Japanese way!! See you soon!