The Shichida Method stands as a testament to the importance of research-backed early childhood education. Our unique early learning program, rooted in over six decades of scientific research, lays the foundation for remarkable brain development during a child’s formative years. This extensive research encompasses the fields of child psychology, neuroscience, and early childhood education. Our program is the result of a continuous quest to understand how young minds grow and learn.
Psychology, neuroscience & early childhood education research
Our carefully curated Shichida curriculum is a result of this research, delivering age-appropriate content and tailored activities for children. These activities encompass a wide range of experiences, from imaginative play and melodic songs to engaging flashcards and hands-on critical thinking exercises. We provide sensorial activities, fun-based problem-solving challenges, literacy games, numeracy activities, and so much more.
Play based learning
Central to the Shichida Method is the principle of ‘learning through play.’ We firmly believe that when we capture a child’s heart, their mind naturally follows. This approach is the cornerstone of quality early childhood education, fostering a love for learning that lasts a lifetime.
Whole brain development
The early years, from birth to four, are a critical phase in brain development. Our research-driven curriculum ensures that whole-brain training occurs during these essential developmental stages. By targeting the right ages and stages, we empower your child on their unique developmental journey, paving the way for lifelong growth and success.
Research meets real-world impact
At Shichida Australia, we don’t just teach; we shape young minds and nurture the hearts that hold the key to a future filled with learning and fulfilment. Join us in this exciting journey of discovery and development, where research meets real-world impact. Don’t miss this opportunity; enrol now and unlock a world of possibilities for your child! Book a trial class today!