According to Dr. Makoto Shichida; The left brain is conscious and logical, takes in information slowly and likes repetition. The right brain is subconscious and intuitive, takes in information quickly and requires no repetition. Presenting information slowly and repetitively exercises the left brain, while flashing information to a child quickly stimulates the right brain. Use Flashcards to present large amounts of information at a fast pace to infants, toddlers and preschoolers to stimulate the right brain and activate photographic memory.
Help your child to learn more than 100 encyclopedic facts on animals and hence learn more than 150 Chinese words & phrases with this Animal Encyclopedic flashcards based DVD. Learn More