This Mandala memory puzzle is a must in Right Brain Education (Shichida Method or Heguru Education classes). It is practiced to stimulate and strengthen the baby/toddler's right brain memory functions.
What are Mandala Memory puzzles in Right Brain Education?
It is a photographic memory exercise used to train babies or toddlers to recall the various colours on the Mandala puzzle.
Here is how it works...
You need 2 mandalas with the same image: one with 2 to 3 colours and the other in black and white.
Show the coloured mandala for 1 to 2 seconds. Then give your child some crayons or colouring pencils. Let them colour or mark on the black and white mandala pattern.
Then see if the colours marked on the black and white mandala match the coloured mandala.
When your child gets good at these exercises, you can give your child mandala patterns with more colours.
These exercises help to develop the right brain photographic memory. Practise every day and your child will improve their right brain capabilities. Discover more about the library's Mandala Memory Program. You will have access to 900 mandala puzzles.