Develop computational skills
Tamaishiki Ee Soroban
Learning the soroban helps visualize complex numbers mentally,
activating the right hemisphere of the brain.
Tamaishiki Ee Soroban
Gain the Skill to Mentally Visualize and
Understand the Composition of Numbers
Soroban, the Japanese abacus, cultivates creative minds and calculation skills.
Students will develop how to visualize and calculate the number compositions in their head.
People who learned the instrument calculate expressions mentally through visualising the beads in the head of a soroban. For example, when calculating the expression 15+6, they will add "1" of "6" at units and flick up “5” and add a bead to the tens-digit to add a new 10. The calculation total then becomes "21". This practice prompts them to visualize the addition of numbers. Why memorize the equations such as 3 + 9 = 12 or 7 + 8 = 15, when it's so easy to calculate mentally using the Soroban (the abacus).
The never before seen Tamaishiki soroban learning is also effective for
Tamaishiki Ee Soroban utilizes ICT which enables students to acquire calculation, imagination, and concentration skills through an unprecedented learning technique. This activates the right-brain by sharpening visualization and muscle memory. By learning how to use an abacus from an early age, you can develop your "creative mind". With Tamaishiki Ee Soroban, students' concentration skills will be cultivated through rigorous training of accurately processing and quickly responding to mathematical questions.
Ee Soroban enhances all your strengths!
Four Reasons Your Child Will Enjoy Learning
“I can understand it easily by watching the animation!”
Easy-to-understand animated ICT learning materials
Tamaishiki original ICT materials feature quality video and amusing audio that makes explanations easy to understand. Each animation has a story, and characters demonstrate how to use the Soroban in the video. With Ee Soroban, students can study the Soroban on their own even if they are not taught by a professional lecturer.
Mentally visualize the soroban!
Utilize Tamaishiki's original arithmetic mental calculation method
In “Tamaishiki Ee Soroban”, students watch videos of the soroban being used, and then they answer how the calculation was done. Through this training, they learn our original mental arithmetic method, “mental calculation”, which allows them to have a clear image of an actual abacus in their minds and mentally calculate better.
Explain the calculation process after watching a video!
Learning the soroban takes effort and practice!
Proficiency-based texts, curated according to student’s progress, paired with self-study practices will give the best outcomes.
Aimed at children 5 years old* and above, the course offers 13 levels, from "Hajimari no Hajimari/Beginning of the beginning" for toddlers to "Kihon no Ohanashi/Basic stories for children'' for grades 5 to 11. With this, students can visualize calculations using the abacus without difficulty because it is according to their individual level of understanding.
In addition, each student can also use a tablet device in class to study or review on their own at home.
*Some classes offer instruction from the age of three.
Entering "The Ee Soroban Challenge" is an excellent opportunity
to discover your competency among all other students worldwide.
"The Ee Soroban Challenge" is Tamaishiki original soroban test.
It can be taken by anyone in the world who is learning “Tamaishiki Ee Soroban”.
About Tamaishiki Ee Soroban
Where can I study Tamaishiki Ee Soroban?
Please contact your nearest tutoring school. You can check it in "Serch for Tutoring Schools".
Is it difficult to operate the device when viewing videos?
It can be used easily, mainly by mouse operation.
It can be easier using a tablet or a smartphone, because you just need a touch of the finger.
Is it possible to study with the video materials of “Tamaishiki Ee Soroban” at home?
Each child will be issued with an ID so they can study at home.
Is it made for the preparation for taking the abacus tests?
Levels of Ee Soroban mostly correspond with the levels of general abacus tests; however, they are not designed for various examinations. This textbook does not intend to train children about the abacus at a professional level, but rather to acquire the calculation, imagination, and concentration skills.