Want to develop your child’s innate potential? At Shichida Australia, where the world-renowned 46-year-old whole-brain training method from Japan thrives, we partner with parents daily to activate their children’s innate potential. Let Shichida be your guide in unlocking your child’s limitless capabilities.
This can be done through:
- Optimising the innate abilities of our brain;
- Delivery of a well-researched curriculum for children from 6 months to 9 years old;
- Guidance, tips and suggestions to parents to be their children’s best teachers in the early years.
So what are the 5 ways in which you can help your child survive and thrive in life?
- Develop their love of learning and an inquisitive mind.
- Encourage empathy.
- Develop their imaginative and creative mind.
- Develop their innate ability to use photographic memory.
- Introduce numeracy and literacy in a an engaging and fun way.
To get more details and suggestions of how you can work on the above with your child, simply book a trial class and we can show you!
Our classes will help you:
- Get practical ideas and tips on how you can nurture your child;
- Spend constructive time with your child doing purposeful play;
- Learn how to develop your child’s innate potential;
- Understands what skill sets can be developed and how that can be important and useful for life.
“It’s about developing the whole child, not just the academic capabilities or a photographic memory.“
– Chelle, mother of a 4-year old child.
“…Shichida has assisted in sparking that interest of learning. The depth of knowledge that he knows about trains is amazing. The questions that he asks and thinking that takes place has been due to the love of learning Shichida has provided. I love the fact that Shichida has allowed him to have a voice and he believes he can make a difference and make the world a better place.“
– Hayley, mother of a 5-year old child.
“He is now able to read most 5-year old readers, spell a lot of 3-5 lettered words, he can recite 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, 10, 11 and 12 times-table. Geography is his latest interest.”
– Michelle, mother of a 3-year old child.