Virtual Soroban-The Japanese Abacus

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Virtual Soroban is a great way to visually represent base-ten system. Students can learn in numbers with almost every possibility!

It is very useful simulator for teaching also. Try it out now!

The game is developed with STEM theme and have no ending.STEM Times is an active learning series of Kid’s Game being developed by us on STEM educational theme at

Everything is created at run time. It is coded by Saksham Nanda. (Full stack developer, Australia). if you want your own custom themed GAME, contact us.

The game is a learning activity and has no end. Please report for any bug/error so that it may be fixed.

Each column of the Japanese abacus can represent a number from 0 to 9. When the abacus is set to 0, all bottom deck beads are aligned at the bottom and the top deck beads are aligned at the top.
Within a single column, each bottom deck bead is worth 1 and the top deck one is worth 5.
Moving up 1 bottom deck bead increases by 1 the number represented in the column. Moving down the top deck bead increases the number by 5



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