abacus 🧮

Let’s talk mathematics with the Abacus emoji! Here we have the abacus, an instrument used for counting and calculations with the use of beads. Think of it as an early version of the calculator.

Nowadays, the abacus is used to teach children basic mathematics such as counting, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. While it may have been used by professionals before, it is now considered a children’s toy. It is usually featured in platforms with shades of blue, red, green, and yellow that are hung over by a wood.

There are many uses for the abacus emoji. In particular, the abacus is always related to children since most adults and teachers use the abacus to explain mathematical topics to young kids. You could use this emoji to represent to a parent that or a child to bring their own abacus toys once they get in for tutoring.

Another way is to promote mathematics to children. This is because an abacus is both colorful and easy to move around. This is one of the things children generally use to play. Using the abacus emoji allows the children to see what an actual abacus looks like before they see it in real life.

Another more historical use of this emoji is to reference it to its earliest use in China. Placing it with the Chinese flag emoji or the other Chinese culture emojis implies being proud of China and the inventions that came from it.

🧮 Abacus is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 11.0 which was introduced in 2018.

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This Abacus Is Also Known As:


counter emoji

math emoji

Abacus Emoji History

Abacus Emoji is created in the year 2018.

Abacus Emoji Unicode Data

  • Unicode codepoint
  • Version
    Version 11.0
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