anyone can advise?
This is a discussion on Curious about Shichida Method and need advice for 1 year old within the Toddlers and Preschoolers (1-5 years old) forum, part of the Singapore Kiasu Parents Forum category; Hi I know that SM classes start from as young as 3-4 months old. My boy is coming to 1 ...
I know that SM classes start from as young as 3-4 months old. My boy is coming to 1 year old and showing a keeness to learn things, and capability of grasping new words quite fast. I am not sure if I want to send him to formal classes yet and I have a degree of scepticism about all these expensive flashcard programmes, but I dont't mind exploring buying a couple of home kits to try with him first to gauge his response, 'test waters'.
Can I get some advice on which sets of training cards or materials from SM I should get to start him off and how do I do those cards or home training with him?
Are those random/variety/organised dot cards useful at his age?
At what ages do I introduce flash memory, colour memory, space memory, matching memory, memory linking, photographic memory, mandala, power of suggestion, etc etc?
i am lost amid all the different types of training under SM! any advice from parents whose kids are undergoing SM training will be much appreciated. =)
thanks in advance!!
Tandem nursing 31mo Korkor and 10mo Didi!
anyone can advise?
Shichida linking memory book 1&2 with cds
Brand new. Bought an extra set.
Comes with instructions and other activities to be used.
Bought at $55+. Willing to let go @ $45. Pm if interested.
You might want to visit them at toa payoh hub.. listen to them and drop by their bookstore at 19 storey.. it might help to clear your doubts..
I am between should i or should i not try the home teaching shichida method. I am unable to bring my coming to 1 year to the classes so I thought of doing it myself at home. I wonder would it be as good? Also, the home kit materials are not cheap as well. Cost about $400 for the full set.
Oh, it is a book of pictures say 9 by 4. Your child is supposed to look at them while you read the story to them, then tell you what they have saw. After training, they should recall up to 50 images and above.Originally Posted by cmeilim
Alternatively, you can also cut the book and show to your child while you read. Then ask them to arrange the pieces in sequence.
It doesn't include flashcards.
It is sold in Tensai shop in HDB Hub Level 19. You can go and take a look.