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Abacus and Vedic Maths:

Our Human brain has two parts (left and right). The common people use only the left brain whereas a Japanese uses his whole brain. The left-brain is concerned with words and language. When we read or write our left-brain is working. And the right brain is concerned with symbols and pictures. When we remember an important scene of a movie or a marriage ceremony, our right-brain is working. The Abacus technology makes a strong conjunction of the left and the right brain thus it increases our efficiency.

This Abacus Course Ware is designed by IIST to provide a strong foundation in developing the right brain tremendously. It develops the childís ability to calculate mentally. This is not a study material; it must be used as per the guidance given by the Teacher. The Research and development wing of IIST will be glad to receive any suggestions. All the Suggestions must be sent to our Head office at Vellore (Tamil Nadu)

For All-Round Brain Development of Your Child:

As we all know, the left side of the brain is responsible for analysis, while the right side is responsible for creativity. A conventional maths student relies heavily on the left side of the brain, leading to a one-sided way of thinking. IISTís Abacus training activates the right side of the brain too, enhancing conceptual thinking, visualization and concentration. All in all, it encourages the child to be an analyzer, creator and innovator, always thinking ahead!

Objectives of the Training:

  • Understanding the abacus and the method of counting with the help of beads.
  • Learning the method of operating the abacus with hands.
  • Understanding the basic gesture and pose while using the tool.
  • Translating the numbers into beads and beads into numbers.
  • Basic skills of "non carry and abdicate" method and sing various formulas related to abacus.
  • Mastering the law of addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and square root. ∑ Working with imaginary abacus stored in mind.
  • Using listening and visualizing skills to improve speed and accuracy.
  • Teaching methods systematically stimulate children's sense of pride and interest of learning and hence foster a good learning habit.