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ALOHA Mental Arithmetic students can retain images of the abacus positions and transform them into real numbers at very high speed.
When children perform mental calculations, they use the right brain hemisphere to visualise the abacus and move the bids.
The constant exercise of the imagination helps to develop creativity.
When solving arithmetic operations students will retain the result of intermediate calculations. Through this method a very high level of attention and concentration is developed.
Working with three-dimensional objects enhances the development of spatial orientation. The ALOHA Mental Arithmetic student recreates a 3D image of the abacus to solve mental arithmetic.
By developing the ability to visualise, children become more aware of the steps to follow when solving the problems.
Trough oral exercises ALOHA students develop skills that enables attentive listening and correct interpretation of the message.
Daily practice encourages numerical calculation skills and development of mathematical competence
Students must analyse which of the 34 formulas can be used in order to perform a high-speed calculation.