# Blogs & Resources

## Is there an age limit to learn Abacus?

One might wonder if it's too early or late to enrol their children or even adults in an Abacus program or whether they would be able to grasp it well. There are many opinions on this. There is no age bar for learning, but when it comes to Abacus, it's recommended to...

## 10 Examples of Mathematics in Everyday Life

"The essence of mathematics is not to make simple things complicated, but to make complicated things simple" Mathematics is constantly applied in our day to day activities.Let's take a look at some real-life examples where mathematics is used and appreciate its...

## Challenges in life- Do you give up or face it ??

There are some stages in our lives where one hits the ceiling during challenging times, feels demotivated and opts to give up. Why do some give up? Lack of self confidence and developing self doubt Lack of self discipline. No progress despite multiple attempts to...

## Importance of Self-Discipline

“He who cannot establish dominion over himself will have no dominion over others.” – Leonardo da Vinci Self discipline is important to achieve success in life. It is like pledging to complete any activity we decide to start in our daily lives. Why is it important?...

## Math made fun!

Math is considered as one of the toughest subjects by many students. However many also consider it as the most scoring subject. Rating it as difficult or easy depends on strategy and a bit of hard work. Proper understanding of the concepts and building a strong base...

## Math matters in everyday life

Mathematics may not be every student’s favorite subject (often due to some misplaced preconceptions and unwarranted fear). But, it is a subject or an essential skill required in matters of everyday life. From counting money change, to deciding on the quickest route...

## Learn Abacus!

The Abacus method of mental math calculations is a popular technique from ancient times. Those who have mastered the technique can do fast arithmetic calculations in their mind by visualizing the movement of the beads of an Abacus. Arithmetic’s and mathematics are usually associated with analytic and objective left-brain-dominant activity. However, research shows that Abacus learners use both the left and right hemispheres of their brains to solve mathematical sums. In other words, Abacus allows individuals to use their subjectivity and creativity while also thinking logically to solve arithmetic problems that can help them in their daily lives. Abacus math can help improve children’s concentration and focusing skills.