CMA Chatswood (Head Office)
Phone: (02) 9411 4531
Email: [email protected]
Address: Suite 41, 47 Neridah Street
Chatswood Village, NSW 2067

1) Stimulate the sense of sight. 2) Stimulate the hearing sense. 3) Stimulate the sense of feeling. 4) Stimulate the ability of imagination.

Students who have mastered CMA’s two-hand abacus and mental arithmetic should demonstrate marked improvements in the following areas:

  • Development of the right and left brain
  • Formation of the brain's beta wave frequency
  • Mathematical calculation
  • Sense of sight, hearing, and feeling
  • Concentration and absorption power
  • Analytical and logical skills
  • Creativity and imagination
  • Memory and reflexes
  • Self-confidence and self-esteem
  • Listening and comprehension skills
  • Observation skill

Best Time to Learn

The optimum time to learn the abacus and mental arithmetic is usually around the tender age of 4. Children at this age mostly have good control of their motor skills, and enjoy playing and manipulating objects. They should able to reason logically and possess a hungry appetite for curiosity and new skills. Therefore, they are able to absorb new information like sponge to water.

CMA’s Preschool Program may be suitable for learners as young as 3 years old, however we will have to assess your child's readiness. CMA’s Primary Program is suitable for learners aged between 5 and 12 years of age. Lessons are structured to be fun and interactive, and are held in a conducive and lively environment for enhanced learning.

To find out more about our courses, please visit CMA Programs.

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