While it is impossible to go into every detail about what we do in a Heguru class, some of our activities are categorized below. Let’s dive right into the details below in this segment of Heguru review. Enjoy!
A variety of memory games are played in each Heguru class lesson to aid with memory improvement. Take your kids’ cognitive training to the next level with Link Memory that will have you memorize 40 image cards by connecting them to a narrative. “The prawn donned a tuxedo to the lighthouse to go on the roller coaster.” I enjoy the fact that each kid has the chance to memorize at least four cards, and he/she will have to repeat it out loud when the time comes. Heguru class participation is encouraged for all remaining cards. As a result, kids are more likely to stay attentive and boost their self-esteem and confidence in their abilities.
As an illustration of the concept, an elephant gets decked up in a frock in Peg Memory. This assists in memorization for youngsters by allowing them to make connections between seemingly unrelated items.
One of the exercises to aid photographic memory is to by displaying an image for around five seconds and one has to remember the placements of the various objects. The number of objects steadily grows along with the difficulty level, beginning with three objects and adding one consecutively each week until you reach six. All kinds of things can be put together, from shoes to trees to skyscrapers to the world around you.
Every Heguru class incorporates this game, the Super Flash. A sequence of flashcards with a diverse range of topics is displayed to the young learners in rapid succession. There is a whopping 450 flashcards used in each session. Playing this game at a face pace helps to stimulate their right brain throughout the lesson.
Although the students are not able to comprehend all of the words at one go but you will be surprised at how fast kids can digest visuals compared to adults. They are learning more than you think they are. This game aids in longer attention and concentration and photographic memory in students.
It’s a great way for kids of all ages to learn about numbers with activities like the Dots Bar, Abacus, Counting Songs, and Fun Games. Additionally, they are introduced to elementary multiplication and division problems as well.
At first, I was concerned that some of the problems involving two-digit sums or more complicated concepts like division could be too challenging for toddlers. The tasks are continually moving at a rapid pace, thus adding to the difficulty. As time passed, the students were able to familiarize themselves with and grasp more of the mathematical principles, along with the aid of visual representations or counting items.
Puzzles are an excellent resource to improve your child’s cognitive abilities. At the end of each Heguru lesson, there will be a hands-on activity where students may work together to solve a variety of challenging problems. During the Infant and Toddler Class, puzzle exercises include Tangram and Iroita, which include different puzzle pieces for students to assemble and build various shapes.
As part of their curriculum, children are also exposed to and taught weekly proverbs, Chinese poetry, foreign language as well as phonics and storytelling to help with their linguistic development. It is heart-warming to see them being able to memorize a few phrases, as we attempt to impart these moral qualities in our children from a young age.
In the Heguru review, this got to be one of the most exciting aspects for the kids! There will be a variety of exercises and games geared towards improving their fine and gross motor abilities. Amid a session, we prefer to take a little break and have students do something fun outside of the classroom, whether it’s tossing a ball and catching it, crawling through a tunnel, striking a golf ball, or balancing a bean bag. It’s a great way for students to get back on track when they return to class. I personally favour the activities that challenge their fine motor abilities and increase their dexterity the most.
Extrasensory perception is a term for the right brain’s equivalent of what is known as Extrasensory Perception, or ESP for short. Right brain training is all about cultivating a kid’s ability to tap into their ESP, or “intuition,” and the instructors at Heguru are here to assist each child to develop this ability via four methods: Touch, Telepathy, Prediction, and Clairvoyance.
When a teacher performs an interactive tale in low lighting, students learn to have better awareness of their surroundings. I find it the most enjoyable when the teacher pulls out her energetic side and encourages students to participate in the ‘activity’ in this portion. If my kid is imagining something pleasant, like competing in a race, going to the zoo, or having a picnic in the park, I find myself joining in the fun.
They also study the arts, history, literature, and science at Heguru class to get a better understanding of the world around them.
The MEP song that the students sing in class is a regular subject of conversation among them. They get to learn new words and concepts about plant development, the three lever classes, nations and capitals and the different parts of the heart by singing along to a unique song that was both entertaining to sing along to and taught them some basic information at the same time!
For example, some songs assist to establish moral values in children, such as learning to take responsibility for their belongings, cooperating with their friends, switching off the television while they eat, being courteous to others around them and so on.
First and foremost, you have to instil a love of learning in your child to fully benefit from right brain training. I’m certain that we’re off to a wonderful start with Heguru class. In addition to looking forward to each session and enjoying many of the above-mentioned enjoyable activities, the kids also enjoy completing their Heguru homework by viewing it as a fun task.
I’m a firm believer that enrichment programs like Heguru don’t provide results in a month or a term’s worth of attendance. To reap the full benefits, you have to give your kid an opportunity to go on the trip from a young age and ensure that the voyage is long-term. Our time together will definitely be a worthwhile experience if the kids maintain their passion and develop a good attitude towards their lesson.