The Shichida Method maths has 2 different early learning math flash cards programs.

The 65 Day Math Dots programme and the 63 Day Math Dots programme.

The 63 Day Math is a newer program that is currently being practised by the Shichida schools.

What is the difference between these two programs?

How does the program work?

Which program should I use to teach my child?

**65 Days Math Dots Program**

This math program was taught in Shichida classes. Let’s look at this program deeper...

The program consists of math dot flashcards to be shown every day.

It includes flashcards with red dots (random dots on cards and equations like addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division)

It consists of 2 parts (known as cycles).

2 cycles (Cycle 1 & 2) = 65 days X 2 = 130 days.

**The program takes 130 days for your child to complete.**

You are recommended to do the program twice. The math program covers:

Quantitive recognition dots only (no numerals).

Equation dots only (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division).

No numerals (1,2,3...) flashcards.

**IMPORTANT: This math program is not an “All in One” program.** Parents have to include other dots flashcards on top of this program.

**63 Days Math Dots Program**

This is the current Shichida math program (which was introduced in 2010) that is being used in their classes.

It only takes 63 days to complete the program.

It is a shorter program if you compare it with the 65 Day Math program.

The program also covers:

Quantitive recognition dots only (no numerals).

Equation dots only (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division).

No numerals (1,2,3...) flashcards.

Also do keep in mind, that Shichida classes also included other math dots flashcards on top of this program.

Both the 63 Day and 65 Day Math Program was developed by the Shichida Method schools. It is designed for students who are sending their children to this school.

You can use this program, but you are recommended to include other math dots flashcards because **this is not an “All in One” math program.**

The other math dots cards you have to include in the 65 day or 63 day math program are the organise dots, random dots and numerals flashcards.

If you are currently sending your child to Shichida classes, their math program will work out fine. If you are homeschooling your child, consider other right brain math programs.

If you are looking for a complete math flash cards program that covers dots and numerals flash cards, you can consider:

**178 Days Right Brain Baby Math Program**

Parents who want to teach their baby math at home and want a complete baby math program may consider this 178 Days Math Dots Program.

This 178 days math program is developed based on the right brain education principles. It covers all the math essentials like:

Quantitative Recognition in Dots and Numerals (true value).

Equations in Dots and Numerals (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division).

Mathematical Problem Solving Skills.

Introduction to 0, 10, 100s and many more.

The Shichida 65 day math program is a 130 days program and the Shichida 63 day math program is only 63 days. The 178 days right brain math program takes 178 days to complete.

The 178 Days Math Program is suitable for 4 months old to 3+ years old. It is a complete right brain math program and comes with a proper curriculum. It is very easy to follow and teach your child. __Discover more ...__

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