Home Practice Material

As I’ve received multiple queries on right brain home practice, I’ve decided to create a page to consolidate some of the material that I’ve created for easier access. Instructions have been added to explain how to use the attachments.

Hopefully this would provide some DIY ideas for those who are starting out with right brain home practice.

Do keep checking in for new material, as I’ll be updating this page periodically.

If you have specific requests do leave a comment to let me know πŸ™‚

Photographic memory
Photographic memory – CNY
Photographic memory – Juggling Clown
Photographic memory – Walking dog
Photographic memory – Flowers

Peg memory/linking memory
Peg memory 1-10
Peg memory 11-20
Peg memory 21-30
Peg memory 31-40
Peg memory 41-50
Peg memory 51-60
Peg memory 61-70
Peg memory 71-80Β (New!)
Peg memory 81-90Β (New!)
Peg memory 91-100Β (New!)

ESP
ESP exercises

Themes
Printable – Dragon boat craft
Printable – Dragon boat math
Printable – Dragon boat writing and pinyin

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26 thoughts on “Home Practice Material

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  3. Jaclyn

    Thank you very much for sharing all these information. I love all the posted artwork and activities; it beautiful, attractive and user-friendly. Please keep up.

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  4. Elisha

    Thank you for sharing peg memory and other information. This is a great for me as I am going to send my 19th kiddo to brain training school on next week.

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  9. Chiang

    Hi, i have seen your works!! you are fabulous!!! i will like to learn from you… i am quite at a loss.. my son is 1 yr old now but his attention span is very short. can you share with me what are the things that i should teach him now? what can i do to make him stay focused?

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    1. mummyshymz Post author

      Hi Chiang, don’t worry. At 1yo, it is usual for them to want to explore their surroundings and hence prefer to crawl/walk around vs sitting still. Try to break the exercises into smaller sessions as it’s not realistic to expect them to sit still for 1hour for all exercises. Lots of encouragement will help too! Perhaps 5-10mins doing various activities:
      You can do flashcards, photographic memory, fine motor skill and blowing exercises.
      Flashcards – during the times when he is most alert and cooperative (perhaps when he wakes from his nap). Maybe 1-2mins will do (you should be able to complete at least 8-10 sets of FC in this time).
      Photographic memory – show him 2 pictures, ask him which he saw. Usually they like brightly coloured pictures, so this would capture his attention.
      Fine motor skills – picking up pom-poms, using tweezers etc
      Blowing – use bits of tissue paper, pom-poms, let him blow
      Let me know if you need more info πŸ™‚

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  10. nimmi

    Thanks a lot for sharing these informations .There are really helpful to all mothers who are newly introduced to the right brain development courses.

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  11. Deborah

    Hi, I have a 2 year old whom I’m thinking of sending to right brain enrichment class. She has short attention span for toys except for ipad! I am concerned about the quick turn-around-time for the activities at Heguru- In your opinion, will it encourage the short attention span? Also, can you share the cost of the lessons and if there will be any compulsory materials that I will need to purchase on top of the lesson fees? TIA!

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    1. mummyshymz Post author

      Hi Deborah,

      Thanks for popping by!

      I paid $280 per month for the baby & toddler class (not sure if there has been an adjustment of fees though, since G is in preschooler class now.

      I didn’t have to purchase any compulsory materials for the baby class.

      Personally, I think G benefitted a lot from the classes, and the fast-paced activities did not result in short attention spans. In fact, it helps him focus well, and when they progressed to written activities at preschooler level, he had the stamina to finish his written activities and colouring homework. Teachers at his kindergarten has also commented that he picks up new concepts fast and able to focus for long periods of time.

      On a side note, I would recommend limiting iPad time as I noticed that it encourages instant gratification πŸ˜›

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  12. bearylutin

    Hi. Thank you for sharing. I have a 2.5 y/o girl. Now I concern about Shichida class’s fee, since it may become over my budget for attending at class in long-term. would you please give me your advice to teach her at home by myself? is it possible to do that without attending any class? Or should I send her to the class for 1 or 2 courses and after I understand thoroughly about how to teach her in Shichida method, then I will do homeschooling for her? Please give me your advice. Thank you so much.

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    1. mummyshymz Post author

      Hi there! Sorry I missed out your query earlier. In my opinion there are a lot of YouTube tutorials if you wish to DIY. it would be more efficient if you attended a term or two to learn the techniques and continue to expand on it at home. 2.5yo are at input stage so there will be a lot of information presented to them at a fast pace. Some examples of activities you can do:
      Flashcards (at a fast speed), esp, picture memory, story telling, linking memory

      Do note that the contents of the course will change when the child is older. I’m at Heguru so I’m not sure how different it is for an older child at Shichida, but activities will gear towards output (to display the information that has been input at an earlier age). Hope this helps!

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