Other Skills that gets developed
Improves VisualizationThe children are trained to visualize the abacus and move imaginary beads in their mind when the sums are read out to them. By continuous practice, they learn to visualize and imagine whatever has been taught, like diagrams in biology, maps in geography or any other subject.
Builds a Photographic MemoryWhen the beads movement is done in the mind, children pictures the position of the beads displayed in their mind this develops photographic memory. Photographic memory enables a student to capture the images or instances as it is in their memory.
Develops Logical UnderstandingWhile a child visualize the questions on the imaginary abacus after listening to it, they have to apply logic to do the proper movement of beads in the mind. This ability also helps the kids to apply logics in various situations and even in real-life scenarios.
Increases Concentration & Listening SkillsFor every question to be answered correctly, children have to listen to the sum that is being read and concentrate on it so as to visualize it in their mind. This becomes a habit when exercised regularly throughout the abacus training for a period of 2 and half years. It applies to all subjects by imbibing better listening skills.
Ability to RecallAt the end, the children recall the picture of the abacus with relevant bead movements, and answer confidently and accurately. Recalling is most important for students as they may study too much but unless they can recall, they cannot score good, either in abacus or in any other examination.
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