Don’t rely on formulas
Develop a shape brain!
Developing a shape brain when students are under 12 can cultivate a better spatial awareness
Tamaishiki Ultimate Shapes
Why Focus on Shapes?
Raising second to none, world class students
In Japan's widespread collective curriculum, “shape” is taught in schools only during a “certain period” of education. This is why children can’t develop their “shape brain,” that is a senses to work out shapes. The subject "shape" frequently appear in the entrance examination both to junior high and high schools. Therefore, "Tamanishiki Ultimate Shapes" was developed for improving shapes brains of children. This material is internationally gaining attention and has been used in national schools and prestigious private schools in India.
The Most Required Ability to Solve Shape Problems
Having "a creative mind" helps to visualize shapes in a head
When studying for the entrance exam either for junior high school or high school, students often struggle with "shape" problems. What's common among those who feel that they are not good at shapes is that they can't visualize shapes in their head. The ability most needed to solve problems on shape is "creative mind". Without it, students have difficulty visualizing a three-dimensional image of a shape by looking at a plane surface figure or net.
Text × Video develop “shape brain” utilizing both text and video
"Ultimate Shapes" focuses on developing the brain to visualize shapes. Through practicing to visualize shapes in a head, it will foster a "shape brain" so that students can solve problems without formulas. When the structure of solid shape, revolving shape and net can’t be fully demonstrated with blackboard or text, "Ultimate Shapes" provides video materials that explain the contents, educate students with confident in the subject of shape. There are a lot of fun elements included in videos to make student enjoy learning!
that Make it so Attractive to Children
Easy to understand because it moves! Solid shapes are animated in our video materials
Students will start to intuitively tell the answers by learning with our videos where solid shape, revolving shape and net are animated. “Creative Minds” are developed by watching videos of a plane shape transforming into a solid shape or blocks getting stacked on each other in the animations.
Visualizing shapes repeatedly helps to solve shape problems. Graded textbooks are optimised according to proficiency
The best suitable grade of our textbooks will be chosen from 10 grades according to the student's proficiency. The spiral method is adopted where contents get more difficult as students progress, so they can build up their skills naturally and they will like to learn the subject in the end. Deep understanding of shapes problems is advantage when the shape problems are hard subject of entrance exams.
Hint videos are made for each grade. You will see a lot of wow in the video and be able to visualize shapes each time watching it
Suitable hints for each level are provided in the video. They are designed for students to develop confidence. So, students will be able to visualize the shapes in their heads and solve problems without hints in further study.
KIWAMI KIDS from all over the world participating! "KIWAMI Challenge" allows students to check their proficiency in a worldwide level
Our global standardised exam “Kiwami Challenge” is held monthly. As its contents are based on “KIWAMI AAA+”, it is a best opportunity for students to confirm their proficiency. Explanations will be added to incorrect answers, so it is great way for reviewing and further study.
Take a peek at "Ultimate Shapes" !
What kind of solid shape is this?
This net can be transformed into two types of solid shapes. What will they look like?
Training for visualizing figures
It is not difficult to visualize a figure. Because the world we live in is all made of 3D. If students consciously visualize figures from a young age, they will naturally develop geometric cognition. Even if they haven't learned it in school, you can encourage your child to become interested in 3D shapes at home. For example, a box of Toblerone chocolates. You can easily show this to your child and say, "This shape is called a triangular prism. See how the bottom is triangle" It's also a good way to train their geometric cognition to imagine how the chocolate fits in the box.
Let the children to have interests in the shapes with familiar objects around them that leads to develop their geometric cognition from a young age.
A developed shape brain can lead to a better spatial awareness, which will be important to work with AI in the future!
Developing the "shape brain" helps cultivating the spatial awareness. Spatial awareness is the ability to create things from zero and visualize invisible. It includes the concept of time and creativity. When you have good spatial awareness, you can manage time and creativity well. For example, you can think “I can do this within thirty minutes", “I can put a chair sized like this in the room" that is important ability in the social life. “Tamaishiki Ultimate Shapes” focuses not only on teaching knowledge required for the entrance exam but also on educating spatial awareness, the essential skill in the future.
A better sense of time and space leads to having a better spatial awareness that is required in the social life.
About Tamaishiki Ultimate Shapes
Can I watch the video on a device other than PC?
Of course on a PC, also on tablet devices like iPad and smartphone you can use the video materials. You can access them from home. See the System Requirements
It seems like fairly hard contents are taught in it. Can children really understand the contents while they are not left behind?
The curriculum is designed for selecting the grade according to the children's proficiency not grade at school. They can study on their own pace and building their knowledge and ability comfortably
What is the application process to take "Ultimate Shapes"?
Please contact your nearest tutoring school. You can check it in "Serch for Tutoring Schools".