Infant Classroom

  1. Home
  2. Infant Classroom

Infant Classroom

This class brings out the unlimited power of children and nurtures their "mind" and "body".

At Shoto Infant Classroom, we aim to provide a place for children to make their debut in group life, to gain many experiences, and to enjoy learning with their friends.

Children have unlimited potential.

A child's brain has incredible potential and absorbability, and the younger they are, the greater their capacity to learn.
Our programs are designed to balance the right and left brains, develop memory, imagination, and other five senses during this important period.

inside the school

Here are the key points

1Learn the rules of group life, including morals, through interactions with friends.

2Basic living practices such as greetings, manners, language, and preparation can be acquired.

3Programs (language, common sense, perception, quantity, composition, reasoning, memory, etc.) are offered according to each child's age and developmental levels.

4Learn and experience Japanese culture, events, customs, etc.

5Maintain the balance between the right and left brains.

Here are the key points

Basic Overview

Aplicable Age Range From 2 to 4 years old
Available Hours 10:00〜13:00
Course Once a week, twice a week, three times a week
Capacity 5 students per course
Others Programs are subject to change day by day, so please choose one.

From our staff

Asako Kai, Instructor

This is a classroom where students learn social life, experiences, and the ability to think independently in preparation for entering kindergarten. We respect each student's individuality and try to bring out the wonderful potential they have.


Worked as a teacher at Shichida Child Academy for 9 years.
Since 2011, she has been an instructor at Life Little Shoto Infant Classroom.

Asako Kai, Instructor


Balance between right and left brain Developing balance by using production, rhythm exercises, flash cards, and other activities that develop fine motor skills.
Input of basic concepts Use printouts to deepen understanding.
Understanding of real numbers Using the abacus and concrete objects to develop an interest in numbers.

Children learn by playing, studying, and experiencing through daily accumulation.
We will guide warmly so that they can acquire their respective skills.

Program Composition

10:00〜 Admission, free play Morning preparation・・・Greetings with correct posture, learning basic living practices. (putting on/taking off clothes, going to the toilet, etc.)
Free play・・・Learn the basic rules of group life. (social skills, cooperation, morals, compassion, etc.)
Tidying up ・・・ We will help them develop good manners and keep organized and tidy in their daily lives.
10:30~ Program Morning greeting, deep breathing, seasonal songs and stories, hand games and storytelling, etc. are programmed during the scheduled time.
We will teach them to be able to introduce themselves and to have a simple question and answer session.
We use flash cards to activate the right side of the brain and engage the five senses.
Learn basic concepts and use printouts, etc. to stimulate the left brain and develop memory, language, etc.
They will learn through fun experiences such as production, gymnastics, sound sense play, intellectual play, outdoor play, etc.
11:15〜 Toilet Toilet training, diaper changing, cleanliness, and hand-washing routine are taught.
11:30〜 School lunch Participants learn to appreciate nature's blessings,to realize the importance of food, and to acquire basic table manners.
12:15~ Free play and toileting Learn rules, morals, and the ability to communicate with friends.
12:40~ Preparation for going home and storytelling We teach them to clean up and get ready on their own.
We will show picture stories and read picture books to develop imagination, reasoning, and thinking skills.
13:00~ Dismissal from preschool Once a month, a 10-minute parent-teacher guidance session is scheduled at drop-off time. Details will be explained at the time of enrollment.

The program may change depending on the number of children in the class, age of the children, and other circumstances.

Children's belongings

Please make sure to label all items. (Craypas must be marked on each piece of paper.)

*Cups, spoons, forks, and chopsticks will be washed, sterilized, and stored in the classroom.
*Please bring an apron, luncheon mat, and towel with strings that have been washed each time children come to class.