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CMA Mental Arithmetic Australia

CMA is the leading two-hand abacus mental maths program in Australia, providing Preschool, Primary and Advanced classes for children 3 to 12 years old. Creating Great Minds since 1984!

We're open for online classes.

CMA has been delivering multimedia-based, unique and trusted teaching for over thirty years.

The ever increasing awareness of the significance of information technology application has led CMA to develop a program that has an academic as well as a technology focus. In keeping with the global technological advancements, CMA is the first leading abacus mental arithmetic educational institution that uses multimedia teaching techniques, making us the leader in marrying the traditional way of teaching abacus with the contemporary means of Information Technology.

Remote Online Classes

CMA students may attend online classes using video conferencing software.

Multimedia Based Teaching

Our curriculum incorporates the use of exclusive multimedia-based teaching materials.

CMA Online Practice

CMA students may access online practice questions to review topics covered in class.

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Abacus gaining popularity as a counting tool in Australian schools | ABC News

A growing number of Australian children are turning to the centuries-old abacus counting tool to get ahead in the classroom and reconnect with their cultural heritage.

Tried and Tested

for over 30 years

Loved by Students

from over 20 countries

Total Development

both the right and left brain

Multimedia Based

teaching materials

'Heaps better than a calculator': Why kids are using an abacus again

CMA Mental Arithmetic Chatswood student, Gabriella Sheh loves attending her after-school maths class on the Sydney's north shore.

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