WHAT ALOHA STANDS FOR
ALOHA Stands for Abacus Learning Of Higher Arithmetic
Adopted and developed the abacus computational method from China and Taiwan, Mr. Loh Mun Sung founded ALOHA in 1993, aiming to introduce the arithmetic programs to, likewise benefiting, the children of Malaysia ages 4 to 13.
In its more than 25 years of experience, ALOHA has expanded in more than 40 countries with thousands of students to 4,000 centers worldwide, proving its effective program and positioning ALOHA as the leading developmental program for children's mental arithmetic learning.
ALOHA Mental Arithmetic teaches the "basic concept" of mental calculation using only the abacus. Training the child in this ancient method improves their ability to compute with their minds.
ALOHA has a qualified academic board with renowned professors and teachers who are trained to provide quality education that is both fun and accurate, and is advised by a panel of experts in various fields of mathematics.
Our vision is to empower students from 4 to 13 years of age to grow to success with the help of this wonderful, innovative, comprehensive, easily accessible and yet affordable concept.
To create a network of ALOHA Learning Centers across the globe providing a quality deliverance of the ALOHA methodology to the students through this novel and holistic whole brain development program aimed to help them succeed by creating a strong academic foundation for life.
We are a results-oriented program designed for children that contributes to their brain development in a fun way.
ALOHA enhances the intelligence of children thanks to an educational program based on three key tools:
Students learn to perform arithmetic operations with the help of the abacus, one of the oldest calculation tools.
With practice, children learn to visualize the abacus in thier mind and use this mental image to calculate, performing complex arithmetic opetions using only the brain.
ALOHA classes include
educational games and
interactive activities for children to have fun while developing both brains, their capacity for concentration, creativity, photographic memory
and overall self confidence.