China and Singapore are consistently the top performing nations in high school maths testing. Coincidentally, their ancestors calculated using a "counting tray" abacus. Their generations have embedded abacus thinking to help their young children get an early head start in numerical understanding. PISA global rankings suggest that teenagers in China and Singapore have a 3-year advantage over their USA and England peers in core maths analytical skills. How can the future prospects of our mathematics education be made progressive to a wide global audience? Train young children with NUMberLEARN game devices throughout their formative years and witness their confidence grow.