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A 15-columned abacus. Comes with a guide handbook. Wooden frame with smooth, artificial stone beads. Has non-skid rubber feet. Includes a reset button.
Abacus may be too small for some people.
Has a wooden frame and beads with metal bars. Has 10 columns. Colored beads. Easy to grip and move. Long-lasting. Durable. Easy to use. For ages 3 and up.
Some buyers found their abacus to not have been sanded properly.
A wooden base with plastic beads. Includes 2 double-sided boards with addition and subtraction problems. Slides in base. For ages 3 and up. Ten colored rows with 55 matching beads. Easy to use.
Middle board on the abacus can be wobbly and fall.
This abacus is based on the same designs that have been around for years. It's handcrafted from high-quality wood and helps kids and adults figure out their math intuitively. Seventeen columns for a wide range of uses.
Some buyers wish the coating was stronger.
An excellent teaching tool, this option lets your child put the math problem on top. Color-coded beads help them break down math problems. The beads slide smoothly so there are no hitches in the process. Great for young kids learning the basics.
Some found this abacus too cheaply made.
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