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CEO of A+Students, Marlene Mouton has changed the way children pupils learn math making it a lot more fun.

A+Students by CMATHS is an acronym for Calculating Mental Arithmetic Tuition with the help of an abacus, one of the tools used to teach this exciting programme.

CMATHS has been described as a whole-brain development course aimed at children from two and a half years and up.

If you can create playful behavior it has such a positive effect on the brain of a child …science has shown us that if you play with a child it stimulates memory and helps with the growth of the cerebral cortex, creativity and problem solving.

Marlene Mouton, CEO of A+Students

We make it fun from something as simple as number concepts, fractions and more.

Marlene Mouton,CEO of A+Students

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