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Mental arithmetic is a mental development program that enables the development of intelligence in children between the ages of 4-12, with balanced stimulation of the cerebral hemispheres. The learning process itself is based on the use and development of both hemispheres of the brain. The key is to be able to use them together because they complement each other. The left hemisphere is actually responsible for logic, speech and rationality, while the right hemisphere is responsible for imagination and creativity.

The meaning of the word "mental" is that the brain performs mathematical operations from the mind. In other words, it is the name of a system that includes more than one memory technique and accelerates the functioning of neurons in the principle of brain work. In short, it is defined as the latent power of the brain. Especially in children between the ages of 4-12, the concept and system of mental arithmetic are produced in accordance with the process of mental development, playing games and arithmetic operations that will remain in the memory, in order to have mental operative power.Smartacus obrazovni centar

For a start, children count on a counter called an abacus, and after a certain period of exercise, something magical happens: children end up performing complex operations without the use of an abacus, but with mental projection.

This program is not only designed to give the child a great ability to count, but also to improve his creativity, memory strength, concentration and concentration of attention, listening comprehension skills and problem-solving ability. With mental arithmetic training, mental arithmetic operations increase the capacity of the brain by activating brain cells that remain inactive in the left and right lobes of the brain, increasing the number of connections between neurons and strengthening the connections between them.

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