Develop Intelligence through Abacus Learning

What has cities, but no houses; forests, but no trees; and water, but no fish?
What you do think is the answer? Doing Abacus can also stimulate your brain like riddles.


Saturday (10/21/2017)

7Spirit kids learning Abacus. Music and Abacus is a good combination for the child’s to stimulate their brain.

Angel is doing all she can to beat the time. Go for it, Angel!!


Sunday (10/22/2017)

Students in A.s Fortuna have only a day to do Abacus each week. This is a good start for a routine activity.

T.Pau teaching Biju Anzan.
Hinano (left) and Mai (right) persistently likes to finish their textbooks.

Tuesday (10/24/2017)

At the age of 4, Kent is really doing Abacus lessons seriously and is currently doing STEP textbook.

Gael(left) and Rye(right) is applying what they learn on every page they are doing.


Wednesday (10/25/2017)

Spending the afternoon doing something fun and educational. Students with their full concentration on doing Abacus Education.


Thursday (10/26/2017)

Today is a holiday so why not spend the day productively. The students with T. Mei are doing their usual Abacus routine of answering 1 worksheet per day.

T. Mei checking out the student’s answer.

Harry is almost done with him JUMP book and is slowly learning multiplication.


Saturday (10/28/2017)

It’s examination day today!! Students are eager to take their exams before the long weekend is over.

Riku taking the 6th Grade Abacus Exam. Good Luck Riku-kun!!


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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!