Education that makes your children self-motivated.

Let's create a bright future for your child together.

We are here to help parents with these questions and concerns.

☑ I don't know how to teach the child in early childhood.

☑ When a child faces difficulties, quickly gives up without hesitating.

☑ I want to give a child an opportunity to be good at math, but I don't know how to do it.

☑ I want to prepare for the elementary school exam.

☑ I want to develop the child to have a sense of self-affirmation.

☑ I want to improve my child to have his thinking ability.

☑ Refusal feeling for arithmetic

Benefits of application

◎ You can check if your child is growing steadily.

◎ You can discover the field your child is good at and get a chance to know what kind of opportunity you should give.

◎ You can learn your child's weak areas and receive advice on how you should improve daily life.

◎ You can understand the degree of understanding of numbers and receive advice on what kind of learning you should be good at numbers.

Sample Trial Lesson Report

Contents of the level check

Check space, figures, and numerical logic abilities with Pygmalion's teaching materials and teaching tools.

The Pygmalion Education Method was developed based on many years of experiences relating to early childhood education to bring out the various potential abilities of each child.

The school designed appropriate content and a suitable method. The foundation of thinking ability helpful throughout life grows up in early childhood when our body completes more than 90% of the brain. Our long-term experiences and achievements proved to be effective by our unique original teaching tools and curriculum.

Changes in children (Parents’ Voice)

  • At the age of six, my kid was confident when her school teacher told her she could do the best math in her class.

  • At the age of six, her classmates called my kid a math teacher and had a growing sense of self-affirmation.

  • At the age of seven, my kid was able to solve four-digit addition/subtraction questions mentally.



  • The schoolteacher said that my kid's mental arithmetic was unusually fast.

  • I was surprised to see my kids solve 12x13, just like solving 8x7.


  • My kid became good at solving word problems.



  • It is thanks to Pygmalion that she passed the famous International School.

  • My kid gave up what he didn't understand at first glance, but he began to make trial and error to overcome.

  • My kid is now able to make things in blocks in 3D.


  • My kid became dexterous, good at fitting and taking small things.

  • My kid hated Lego, but he fell in love with it after learning Pygmalion for six months.

  • My kid became patient.


  • My kid got confident.

  • I was surprised that a child who did not sit down sat down and took a lesson.

  • Now my kid can understand the number system.

  • I understood parental patience gives children the opportunity to think.