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Why High-Speed Flash Cards?

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"Why do I need to show flashcards faster than 1 second? Could my kid understand what he is learning?"

In right brain education method, flashcards are shown as fast as 1 to 0.5 seconds per card.

Sometimes the flashcards a shown so fast that the voice may not seem to be clear.

Could your child really understand what is being taught?

What and why High-Speed Flashcards and how do you teach your child?

The focus of Shichida and Heguru is to train the right side of your child's brain. When you show the flashcard fast, you activate the right side of the brain.

Here are some brain facts...

The right side of the brain is the creative side (imagination, long term memory, and visual)

The left brain is the logic and analytical brain. When you flash slowly, the left side of the brain is working.

To train the right side of the brain, you have to flash as fast as possible to train and activate the right brain.

At the age of 0 to 3 years old, your child is right-brain dominant. From age 4 onwards, the left brain begins to develop. Based on research, from 0 to 3 years old, is your child's programming years. It is the best time to acquire new knowledge and experience. Whatever your child learns will be embedded in his subconscious mind.

The Shichida Method and Heguru Right Brain Education utilize the right brain memorization ability by flashing cards at a rate of 1 to 0.5 seconds.

Your child has the super learning capability from 0 to 3 years old.

The right brain education library comes with 4 different flashcard speeds and at the same time meets the Shichida and Heguru training requirements. Which is from 1 second to faster than 0.5 seconds.

The library gives you the flexibility to teach your child new knowledge and to train your child's right brain.

Flashing the cards fast also trains your child's Photographic Memory and Speed Reading capabilities.

As you teach your child, you can gradually increase the flash card speed.

Happy Teaching!

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