New UCMAS training center brings math program to Bellevue children

This program uses an ancient tool named abacus and mental math as a medium.

UCMAS (Universal Concept of Mental Arithmetic system) recently opened a new training center in Bellevue.

UCMAS is a unique and scientifically proven brain development after-school program that trains children in the age group between 4 and 13 yrs. This program uses an ancient tool named abacus and mental math as a medium. Currently operational in over 70 countries with more than 6,000 centers, the program instills in student’s key cognitive skills such as problem solving, visualization, focus and mental sharpness that are essential for their academic and personal success.

This program has more than one million students registered all across the globe. Through the new Bellevue center, the company is bringing this program for the first time to the Seattle area.

Visit www.ucmas-usa.com for more information about the program or contact at bellevuewa@ucas-usa.com or 425-200-6441.


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