Samantha’s Second Shichida Lesson

Today we had our second Shichida Lesson.

We started with the Welcome song, Energy ball, Hug and Positive statement, similar to the week before.

Then we had the same repertoire of

1. Telepathy, Clairvoyance games

2. Pretend play games – this time, we pretended to do some baking with an oven!

3. Memory games

4. Flashcards

5. Eye training (looking at a toy move around)

6. Songs

Out of about 30 activities, most were different from the ones used last week except for a few-

1. (on TV screen) Animal flashcards

2. Flashcards

3. The book used for speed reading (it was a ‘story’ with about 40 words)

4. A cartoon video on Sawako (played twice, once in English and another time in Korean)

5. The ABC song

6. The flashcard song (they called it the ‘Shichida Musical’)

7. ‘Sentences for daily life’ – A set of flashcards on the TV screen showing some pictures depicting things we do daily (for example, ‘I comb my hair’, ‘I take a shower’)

Today there were lots of screaming children and Samantha couldn’t really pay attention..she ended up screaming with everyone else. The teacher remained calm throughout the session and I didn’t once notice any hint of frustration that her class was being disrupted so often..Surprisingly, one of her classmates managed to fall asleep in class, which is quite amazing considering how noisy the class was. The kid must have been really tired.


4 thoughts on “Samantha’s Second Shichida Lesson

  1. Thank you so much for creating this blog. It really so benefit to me as I do not have chance to bring my son to shichida class as I from a small town in Kampar, Perak, Malayisa. Here do not have any early childhood education.

  2. I interesting in the Sentences for daily life. May I know how is the look of these card? with picture only or have sentences as well?

    • Thank you for your kind comments. I am in the process of writing this very long post of the entire lesson plan so I think that will be of interest to you! That blog post should be out by the end of this week and I will be including a link to the ‘sentences for daily life’ in that blog post. Akan datang!

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