Developing the Right Brain

The notes from this article are from a Heguru Seminar covering the following topics: Left Brain vs Right Brain Is it too late for my child? 10 Rules for Developing the Right Brain The Radar Effect Left Brain vs Right Brain Left brain is the language brain. It is: slow small quantity processes one byContinue reading “Developing the Right Brain”

Notes from a Heguru Seminar

Overview: Why parents should send their children for Right Brain Education Why parents need to understand Right Brain Education What Children Want Stories of success of Japanese students who have been through Right Brain Education Success Rate in Right Brain Education Why Right Brain Education? Right brain education helps children build connections in the brain.Continue reading “Notes from a Heguru Seminar”

How to Teach Your Baby Math: Little Math versus Doman Math

It is a common question that comes up time and again – which Math program is best? Rather than asking which is “best”, I believe we should focus on what works best for you and your child. The answer to this question will vary from family to family. To help you figure out what mightContinue reading “How to Teach Your Baby Math: Little Math versus Doman Math”

Prenatal Right Brain Education

The Benefits Prenatal Right Brain Education According to Shichida, through teaching words and sending images via heart-to-heart communication, babies will develop their potential to be born with great ability. These babies grow up with 6 characteristics: always calm and smiling seldom agitated does not wake up crying at night sociable and does not cling toContinue reading “Prenatal Right Brain Education”

TweedleWink Class Outline

This is a rough outline of a typical TweedleWink class. Each lesson is broken down into 8 parts: Vision Vocabulary Culture Music Reading Math Science Art The class format is reminiscent to the Montessori style – new materials are introduced to the children on a mat. What Happens in a TweedleWink Class Class begins with theContinue reading “TweedleWink Class Outline”

Heguru Class Outline

The following outline details the activities covered in typical a Heguru class: Class begins with a greeting – “Good morning children”, “Good morning sensei”. Sensei says the date, weather and time.  Then introduces the clock showing the children how the hands on the clock move and how to read the time.  Then she shows theContinue reading “Heguru Class Outline”

How to Teach Your Baby to Read – Glenn Doman vs Little Reader

Glenn Doman Reading Program Pros: Face to face – parent and child are face to face when you use the flashcards.  It is said that babies learning to form words need to see lip movements. Font size – bigger than what you will be able to show on a computer screen. Cons: Fiddly – handlingContinue reading “How to Teach Your Baby to Read – Glenn Doman vs Little Reader”