Our Philosophy

Kubota Philosophy

Kubota Method is aimed at building a strong foundation for children’s growth and development. Our training is to :

  • Maximize a child’s physical and learning potential.
  • Nurture problem-solving skills in a systematic manner.
  • Cultivate valuable qualities (eg. good concentration span, mental endurance, memory retention) which facilitate the child’s learning journey in future.
  • Develop learning skills, social awareness, and emotional literacy.

Our mission is to provide a fun-filled sensory adventure that maximize your child’s innate abilities.

Kubota Methodology

Scientific research has shown the importance of brain development from birth, as the prefrontal cortex, which is a vital part of the brain, controls and influences functions such as memory, thought, judgement, movement and the ability of problem solving.

In the classroom, we emphasize on the intimate bonding between parent and child. Our major areas of focus are :

  • Hands Development
  • Stimulates the motion and function of hands and fingers, which is called the “Second Brain”.
  • Body Development
  • Stimulates the functions of the whole body; such as reflection ability, motor ability, etc.
  • Senses Development
  • Enhances the functions of the five senses.
  • Social Development
  • Communicating with others, promotes emotional literacy.
  • Brain Development
  • Cultivate curiosity, desire, strengthens memory and promotes creativity.

The Facts

Brain Science that raises a Smart Child

A brainy head does not necessarily mean you have high intelligence. Why? The intelligence test can help academic success if it is practised. However, that is only one aspect of the brain’s functions. Full brain development requires more work than you can imagine. A powerful brain thinks through the core of the problem, finds a solution through deep thinking, and then commits to an immediate action.

In problem solving, you must utilise all external stimulation and past experiences. This comprehensive ability is acquired when appropriate stimulation is given to the cranial prefrontal cortex repeatedly, as according to the stages of a child’s growth.


Stages of Brain Growth

At birth, the brain starts growing rapidly until 3 to 4 years old. At the age of 5, the child’s brain is equivalent to about 85% of an adult’s brain. The main engine of the brain is the prefrontal cortex. It controls multiple functions such as memory, thought, and judgment. It is vital to strengthen the prefrontal cortex through intensive brain stimulation during the formative years.


Key Years of Brain Growth

Brain growth is supported by the increasing number of synapses since birth.

At birth, the newborn babies already has almost all of the neurons they will need for the rest of their lives, even though their brains are only 25% the size of an adult brain. Nevertheless, most of the neurons are not connected and it’s the connections between neurons that make the brain work. At least one million new neural connections (synapses) are created every second during the early childhood years, more than at any other time in life.

During the brain development, the synapses that are seldom or not being used will be eliminated. It is crucial for parents to provide brain stimulation to their babies during the formative years in order to increase the amount of neural connections and boost the brain growth.

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Office : (+60) 3 2391 9880
H/P : (+60) 16 215 3071

Our office :

Lot L3-22, Level 3,
KL Eco City Mall,
59200 Kuala Lumpur,

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