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Shichida 63 Day Vs 65 Day Math Program Flashcards (Plus Other Programs)

The Shichida 63 day and 65 day Math Dots Flash Cards are practised in the Shichida Method classes.

What are 63 Day and 65 Days Shichida math flashcards program?

The "Shichida 63 day math" and "Shichida 65 day Math Flash program" is a math program developed by Shichida Method for their students in class.

The 63 day math program was introduced around 2009. It replaces the older 65 Days Math program. However, some Shichida schools might still be using the 65 Day math program.

Shichida math programs are an "ONLY Math Dots" flash card program. There are no numerals flashcards in this program.

Both Shichida math programs teaches addition, subtraction, multiplication and a combination of equations using random dot cards.

What is the difference between the 63 and 65 day math dots program by Shichida Method?

The 65 day math was the first math program developed by Professor Makoto Shichida which consist of

  1. Cycle / Part 1 = 65 days

  2. Cycle / Part 2 = 65 days

  3. Repeat both Cycle 1 and 2 twice

In total it would take 390 days to finish 3 cycles.

As for the 63 day math program, it was later introduced to Shichida classes around 2009 before the demise of the Shichida Method founder, Makoto Shichida.

It would take a total of 63 days to complete. This program does not have any cycle (repeats), and it is a simplified version of the 65 day math program.

For the 63 day version, continue to practice the program many times and incorporate it as part of your child's daily lesson.

The 65 days flash card "Dots" covers 1 to 100 dots.

The 63 days only use flashcards from 1 to 50 dots (there are no flashcards with 51 dots to 100 dots).

The benefits of both programs are:

1. To develop "lightning speed" math calculation through image calculation.

2. Develop a Photographic Memory.

3. Able to see the dots and tell the number of dots on the flash cards by looking at the flash cards

It is interesting to note that, both the Shichida 63 day and 65 day math program is a "Math Dots" flash card program. In the Shichida classes, the teachers will add to other math flashcards exercises or activities with this program.

When it comes to Right Brain Education, math is not just about dots flash cards.

When it comes to math, Right brain education uses a variety of flash cards with different topics to teach math.

With a variety of right brain math flash cards your baby or toddler will not get bored and always looking for new exciting math cards to explore and learn from.

By showing a wide variety of math flash cards, your child will get a better understanding of math.

Below is 5 types of math flash cards used by right brain schools like the Shichida Method, Heguru, Glenn Doman and others:

  1. Dots Flashcards (quantity recognition, addition, subtraction and multiplication).

  2. Numerals Flashcards (quantity recognition, addition, subtraction and multiplication).

  3. Learning to Tell Time (part of multiplication).

  4. School Abacus (as what is taught in preschool).

  5. Skip Counting (part of multiplication).

Here are the various types of right brain math programs and materials that are available

  1. The Glenn Doman Method "How To Teach Your Baby Math Program" (Dots and Numerals Flashcards only).

  2. The Shichida Method has its "65 Day Math or 63 Day Math Program" (Dots flashcards only) Note: Shichida schools either use 63 day or 65-day math programs.

  3. Heguru Method does not have a specific name for their math program. However, their math class activities in their curriculum cover all the Dots flash cards (random and organise dots) and Numerals flash cards.

  4. "The 178 Days Math Program" is a "Home Practice" right brain math program (Dots and Numerals Flashcards only).

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