The Shichida early education curriculum fosters early learning development in children. This notion is achieved through activities that are engaging and aids with brain development at a young age.
According to prior scientific research, the period from zero to four years is referred to as the “Golden Period”. This period is very important for child development, as it establishes genius-like abilities during the early years.
The Shichida method achieves teaching these impressive abilities through research-based teaching methods, such as flash cards, critical thinking activities, memory-based activities, fine motor skills practise, and more.
Catering for the golden period is important to draw out your child’s fullest potential while their brain is still developing. With over 60 years of prior research, the Shichida early learning method nurtures your child’s brain development by catering for the Golden Period with our unique early learning program.