The Abacus Project invites you to explore Asian culture and mathematics through one of the world's oldest calculators - the Soroban (Japanese Abacus). Join us at an upcoming event as we bring the abacus beads to life while adding some excitement to the wonderous world of mathematics.
- RSVP ClosedSat, Feb 26WashingtonDrop off your assembled DIY Abacus Kits with TDF staff.
- RSVP ClosedSat, Feb 12WashingtonMeet with TDF staff to obtain materials needed to assemble DIY abacus-making kits. Materials include: - craft sticks - lollipop sticks - pony beads - glue - scissors - ruler
- RSVP ClosedWed, Nov 10Online EventOn November 10, the Center for Universal Education (CUE) will host the second virtual event in a three-part series centered around assessment.
- Mon, Jul 26Washington, DCParticipate in a DIY Abacus Project activity, plus math games and strategies used in class.
- RSVP ClosedThu, Jul 22Washington, DCLearn about the Japanese abacus and discuss how to implement the abacus in lesson planning.
- RSVP ClosedWed, Mar 17WebinarParticipate in a DIY Abacus Project activity, plus math games and strategies used in class.
- RSVP ClosedWed, Dec 09WebinarLearn about the Japanese abacus and discuss how to implement the abacus in lesson planning.