Which is the one best enrichment course for your baby?

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Which is the one best enrichment course for your baby?

Postby teydoris » Mon Nov 24, 2008 10:45 am

Hi all,

I like to ask, there are so many kinds of enrichment classes for babies out in the market but if you were to choose ONLY ONE (excluding child care), which will it be and why? My 16 months old son is now attending Shichida, so far so good but like to seek more opinions.


Cheers,
Doris

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Re: Which is the one best enrichment course for your baby?

Postby zac's mum » Wed Jan 04, 2012 11:57 am

No replies since 2008? :)

I am also interested to know. Btw, my 14m son has been attending Shichida for 1 term so far. I'm very happy with the lessons becos they are pretty comprehensive & all-rounded. So it's the ONE course I've chosen (so far).

But am interested to know if they are any other parents who have chosen other types of courses, and why they like/dislike it.

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Re: Which is the one best enrichment course for your baby?

Postby Kodomosuki » Wed Jan 11, 2012 6:33 pm

Mum is the best teacher on earth :)
Best time to learn chinnese now .. Singing, acting , in Mandrain ..
Nurture this , if your child is taking Chinese as second language .
Shicida methods still around ..
Wow, my child was the first batch .. Now he is 11yrs old..
He did linking memory 500 pictures in few minutes ..
Been there done that ..
Is he any super genuine ? Nope !
Simply because school system is left brain , and only through music , he can nurture his right brain..
But it must a balance of two ..too much right brain might slow him down in maths . Because maths require logic n reasoning n thinking ..
So, a balance of two..

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