MY PROFILE
Welcome, Guest.
Please sign in or you can click here to register an account for free.
Did not receive activation email?
Email:
Password:

Refer-a-Friend and earn loyalty points!
FORUM NEWS + ANNOUNCEMENTS
[05 Apr] BrillKids HQ is relocating: there may be minor shipping delays (More...)

[17 Jan] Looking for WINK TO LEARN coupons? New coupons now available for redemption! (More...)

[22 Jul] More SPEEKEE coupons available at the BrillKids Redemption Center! (More...)

[22 Mar] Important Announcement Regarding License Keys and Usage of BrillKids Products (More...)

[26 Feb] MORE Wink to Learn coupons available at the BrillKids Redemption Center! (More...)

[08 Jun] NEW: Vietnamese Curriculum for Little Reader! (More...)

[15 May] Hello Pal Social Language Learning App Has Launched! (More...)

[3 Mar] Update: Hello Pal now Beta Testing! (What We've Been Up To) (More...)

[11 Feb] Sign up for our Little Reader Vietnamese Beta Testing Program! (Sign ups open until FEB. 15, 2015 ONLY!) (More...)

[26 Jan] More Wink to Learn coupons available at our Redemption Center! (More...)

[18 Nov] Get your Arabic Curriculum for Little Reader! (More...)

[21 Oct] EEECF News: Get 30% Off from Hoffman Academy! (More...)

[22 Sep] The EEECF is now registered in the UN and we now accept donations! (More...)

[13 Aug] The Early Education for Every Child Foundation (EEECF) is now a registered charity on AMAZON SMILE! (More...)

[12 Aug] ALL-NEW Transportation & Traffic Category Pack for Little Reader!(More...)

[21 Jul] Get 10% off our NEW Actions and Motions Category Pack for Little Reader! (More...)

[14 Jul] Get 10% off BrillKids Books! IT'S THE BRILLKIDS SUMMER BOOK SALE! (More...)

[25 Jun] BrillKids store and website now available for viewing in Arabic! (More...)

[09 Jun] Get your Russian Curriculum for Little Reader! 10% off introductory price! (More...)

[09 May] Free Little Reader, Price Changes, and Promotional Discounts! (More...)

[28 Apr] Get BabyPlus Discount Coupons at the BrillKids Coupon Redemption Center (More...)

[13 Mar] Get your FREE Chinese Curriculum Update for Little Reader! (More...)

[20 Feb] FINALLY, introducing our Spanish Curriculum for Little Reader! (More...)

[24 Feb] We're looking for Content Checkers and Testers for our Arabic Curriculum! (More...)

[10 Feb] Volunteer with the Early Education for Every Child Foundation (EEECF) (More...)

[24 Jan] Check out our NEW Thai Curriculum Pack for Little Reader! (More...)

[20 Jan] Get Discounts from BrillKids Product Partners! (More...)

[10 Jan] Introducing our New Category Pack: Exotic & Wild Animals! (More...)

[27 Nov] Sign up for our LR Spanish Beta Testing Program (LIMITED SLOTS ONLY!) (More...)

[19 Dec] Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! NOTE: BrillKids office closed on holidays (More...)

[16 Oct] Announcing the WINNERS of our BrillKids Summer Video Contest 2013! (More...)

[04 Oct] Get Little Reader Touch on your Android device! (More...)

[19 Jul] BrillKids products now available for purchase at our Russian Online Store! (More...)

[31 Jul] BrillKids Video Contest Summer 2013 - Deadline EXTENDED to August 31st! (More...)

[20 Jun] Join the BrillKids Video Contest Summer 2013! (More...)

[17 Jun] India Partners: BrillKids products now once again available in India! (More...)

[22 Apr] Little Reader Touch Version 2 Now Available (More...)

[21 Mar] French Curriculum available now for Little Reader! (More...)

[16 Apr] Spain Partners: BrillKids products now Online in Spain! (More...)

[07 Feb] Update to Little Math Version 2 now! (More...)

[07 Feb] Check out the *NEW* BrillKids Downloads Library! (More...)

[27 Feb] Singapore Partners: BrillKids products now Online in Singapore! (More...)

[20 Feb] Vietnam Partners: BrillKids products now Online in Vietnam! (More...)

[22 Jan] Important: About Sharing License Keys (More...)

[07 Nov] Update to Little Reader v3! (More...)

[19 Oct] We're Looking for Translators for our Little Reader Software (More...)

[15 Oct] More Right Brain Kids coupons available at our Redemption Center! (More...)

[25 Sep] CONTEST: Get A Free Little Musician by helping EEECF reach your friends and colleagues! (More...)

[17 Sep] Give a child the gift of literacy this Christmas: 20,000 children need your help! (More...)

[29 Aug] Little Musician wins Dr. Toy Awards! (More...)

[29 Aug] VIDEOS: Perfect Pitch at 2.5y, and compilation of Little Musician toddlers! (More...)

[09 Aug] Get Soft Mozart Coupons from the Points Redemption Center! (More...)

[03 Aug] Welcome NEW FORUM MODERATORS: Mela Bala, Mandabplus3, Kerileanne99, and Kmum! (More...)

[03 Aug] Winners of the Little Reader Video Contest (Part 5)! (More...)

[25 Jul] Bianca's Story - What happens 10+ years after learning to read as a baby/toddler (More...)

[27 Jun] Updates on our Early Education for Every Child Foundation (EEECF) (More...)

[27 Jun] Join the Little Reader Video Contest (Part 5) (More...)

[04 Jun] Being a Successful Affiliate - Now easier than ever before! (More...)

[18 May] LITTLE MUSICIAN - NOW LAUNCHED! (More...)

[30 Apr] Winners of the Little Reader Video Contest! (More...)

[28 Apr] The Early Education for Every Child Foundation - Help Us Make a Difference (More...)

[20 Apr] Little Reader Curricula on your iPad or iPhone - now possible with iAccess! (More...)

[12 Apr] LITTLE MUSICIAN - now in OPEN BETA TESTING (with a complete curriculum) (More...)

[12 Mar] *NEW* Little Reader Content Packs now available! (More...)

[01 Feb] Join the March 2012 Homeschooling Contest: Create a Monthly Theme Unit! (More...)

[27 Jan] Join the BrillKids Foundation as a Volunteer! (More...)

[20 Jan] BrillKids Featured Parent: Tonya's Teaching Story (More...)

[17 Dec] Dr. Richard Gentry joins the BrillKids Blog Team! (Read Interview on Early Reading) (More...)

[08 Dec] Little Reader Touch promo EXTENDED + Lucky Draw winners (More...)

[01 Dec] Affiliate Success Story - How Elle Made $4,527 in Sales in just 30 days (More...)

[22 Nov] Little Reader Touch now available in the App Store! (More...)

[09 Nov] Winners of the September 2011 Video Contest (More...)

[01 Nov] Another free seminar and updates from Jones Geniuses (More...)

[16 Sep] SPEEKEE is now a BrillKids partner product! Get Speekee coupons at the Coupon Redemption Center! (More...)

[02 Sep] Little Reader Wins Another Two Awards! (Mom's Best Award & TNPC Seal of Approval) (More...)

[05 Aug] Little Reader Deluxe Wins the Tillywig Brain Child Award! (More...)

[28 Jul] LITTLE MUSICIAN beta-testing NOW OPEN! - Sign up here. (More...)

[14 Jul] Little Reader Wins Another Award! (PTPA Seal of Approval) (More...)

[13 Jul] Jones Geniuses FREE Seminars & news of Fall classes (More...)

[30 Jun] Little Reader Wins 2011 Creative Child Awards! (More...)

[11 May] The *NEW* Little Reader Deluxe - now available! (More...)

[06 May] Do you blog about early learning? - Join the BrillKids Blogger Team! (More...)

[21 Apr] Aesop's Fables vol. 2 - *NEW* Storybooks from BrillKids! (More...)

[15 Apr] BrillKids Foundation - Help Us Make a Difference (More...)

[08 Apr] Get READEEZ Discount Coupons at the Forum Shop! (More...)

[06 Apr] The new Parents of Children with Special Needs board is now open! (More...)

[06 Apr] Join the Jones Geniuses online workshop for BrillKids members this April 21st! [FULLY BOOKED] (More...)

[04 Apr] Get TUNE TODDLERS Discount Coupons at the Forum Shop! (More...)

[21 Mar] BrillKids Discount Coupons - Finally Here! (More...)

[21 Mar] BrillKids on Facebook... We've MOVED! (More...)

[15 Mar] Get KINDERBACH Discount Coupons at the Forum Shop! (More...)

[08 Mar] WINNERS OF THE VIDEO CONTEST: You, Your Baby and Little Reader Part 2! (More...)

[07 Mar] Please welcome our NEW FORUM MODERATORS: Skylark, Tanikit, TmS, and TeachingMyToddlers! (More...)

[22 Feb] Do you BLOG? Join the BrillKids Blogger Team! (More...)

[11 Feb] Affiliate Program – Use BrillKids Banners to promote your affiliate link in your blogs and websites! (More...)

[31 Jan] Important: Please Upgrade to Little Reader v2.0 (More...)

[26 Jan] BrillKids Blog - Criticisms of Teaching Your Baby To Read (More...)

[21 Jan] Share your Little Reader Success Story! (More...)

[08 Jan] Little Reader available on the iPad today! (More...)

[17 Dec] Aesop's Fables vol. 1 - New storybooks from BrillKids! (More...)

[13 Dec] Infant Stimulation Cards - New at the BrillKids Store! (More...)

[08 Dec] Christmas Sale: Give the gift of learning with BrillKids! (More...)

[29 Nov] Upgrade to Little Reader 2.0 [BETA] Now! (More...)

[19 Nov] Get Discounts for products from JONES GENIUSES! (More...)

[17 Nov] Join the HOMESCHOOLING CONTEST: Create a Monthly Theme Unit! (More...)

[08 Nov] Piano Wizard Academy Offer - Exclusive to BrillKids Members! (More...)

[23 Oct] Should music be a birthright? Is music education for everyone? (More...)

[20 Oct] Introducing the BrillKids Presentation Binder Set! (More...)

[12 Oct]Get to Know Other BrillKids Parents in Your Area (More...)

[14 Sep] Teaching your kids about music - Why is it important? (More...)

[10 Sep] The new ENCYCLOPEDIC KNOWLEDGE Collaborations board is now open! (More...)

[10 Sep] Meet other BrillKids Members In Your Area! (More...)

[27 Aug] Traditional Chinese Curriculum Add-On Pack for Little Reader - Now Available! (More...)

[20 Aug] Little Reader Chinese Curriculum Add-on pack - Now Available! (More...)

[5 Aug] Take Advantage of our Special Affiliate Program Promotion! (More...)

[3 Aug] Encyclopedic Knowledge Categories for FREE, made by all of us! Please join in! (More...)

[16 Jul] WINNERS OF THE VIDEO CONTEST: You, your baby and Little Reader! (More...)

[24 Jun] Be a BrillKids Affiliate and Get Rewarded! (More...)

[24 Jun] Need help from Native Speakers of SPANISH, RUSSIAN and ARABIC for Little Reader curriculum!

[01 Jun] Deadline for Submission of Entries for the LR Video Contest - Extended Until June 30! (More...)

[19 May] Facebook "LIKE" buttons are now in BrillBaby! (More...)

[25 Mar] Introducing the all new Little Reader Deluxe Kit from BrillKids! (More...)

[18 Mar] More Signing Time Coupons available at our Forum Shop! (More...)

[11 Mar] BrillKids Discount Coupons - Coming Soon! (More...)

[09 Mar] Little Math 1.6 and Semester 2 are now available! (More...)

  Show Posts
Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 9
1  EARLY LEARNING / Early Learning - General Discussions / Colors for Children to Learn With Street Vehicles on: March 31, 2018, 01:58:07 AM
Colors for Children to Learn With Street Vehicles and Water Slide... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cfqFS45Z2Cg

2  EARLY LEARNING / Teaching Your Child Math / Re: Teaching 4-year old with Little Maths on: March 23, 2018, 01:02:29 AM
Many people think that young kids will learn the conceptual foundations of math through spontaneous play - songs, games, playing with blocks, etc.  Research shows that doesn't happen.  Kids need systematic instruction on the concepts to get it.  Here's a quote from an article in Science:

[People] often believe they are “doing mathematics” [with young children] when they provide puzzles, blocks, and songs. Even when they teach mathematics, that content is usually not the main focus, but is embedded in a fine-motor or reading activity. Unfortunately, evidence suggests that such an approach is ineffective, owing to a lack of explicit attention to mathematical concepts and procedures along with a lack of intentionality to engage in mathematical practices (p. 968).

Other research shows that kids who don't have a solid foundation in what is called "number sense" by the time they finish kindergarten (or better yet, before they enter kindergarten) will have a much harder time in the mainstream math curriculum than kids who do.  Here's another quote from the same paper:

...preschool children’s knowledge of mathematics predicts their later school success into elementary and even high school.
3  EARLY LEARNING / Teaching Your Child to Read / Teach Children to Read Food Labels on: February 16, 2018, 04:45:12 AM
Parents who practice a healthy lifestyle are the best, positive influence on the lives of their children. It's often said that "children are terrible listeners, but they are great imitators." When parents have healthy eating habits, those habits are quickly adopted by their kids. And studies show that most of our adult eating habits are first developed in childhood.

One great place to start teaching your kids about healthy eating is at the supermarket. Teach them to read labels. This not only teaches them about healthy eating, it also helps them learn to read and improves their math skills too. Take your kids with you to the grocery store next time you go and point out these items found on the Nutrition Facts panel of almost every packaged food:

Serving Size: Packaged foods often contain more than one serving - this may be news to your kids! Learning this one aspect can lead to a lifetime of "portion control." Many people think that a "standard" portion is an entire package.

Good Fat versus Bad Fat: Unsaturated fats can be beneficial, but should still be limited because of their high-calorie count. Saturated fats (mostly from animal products and additives) should be limited because of their link to higher cholesterol levels and increased risk of heart disease. Trans fats (often listed as "hydrogenated" or "partially hydrogenated" oils) should be avoided altogether. These are artificial fats and pose a number of health risks.

Sugars: Simple sugars are a type of carbohydrate, and should be eaten in very small amounts because they contain a lot of calories and little nutrition. Sugar can come in many forms including high fructose corn syrup, which is in the news these days. It is important to know that all simple sugars are processed the same by the body - none is substantially better than another.

Nutrients: This is a pure numbers game. You should teach kids to look for lots of protein and vitamins on food labels.

Understanding the information found on most common food products is a great place to start teaching kids about healthy eating.
4  EARLY LEARNING / Teaching Your Child - Signing, Speaking, Languages / Re: Greek Language on: February 15, 2018, 11:31:35 AM
Try "Gus on the Go" app
5  BEYOND EARLY LEARNING (for older years) / Music / Musical Games For Kids - The Ultimate Way To Learn Music on: February 12, 2018, 09:45:34 AM
Musical games for kids are becoming very popular nowadays. More and more people across the world realize that games are a wonderful way to teach children about various things - and music is one of them.

There is no doubt that music is a big part of our lives, and as parents we want our children to know and love music just as much as we do. Musical games for kids are suited especially for those who are not very familiar with the theory of music and with the basics, and wish to know more. Obviously, those games are very friendly for kids, have great graphics and are easy to control and understand.

What Are The Best Musical Games For Kids?

Here are some of the best games out there that will improve your child's musical knowledge and understanding:

Kids Piano Free - This wonderful game is meant for young children who have no knowledge of music at all. It has very simple controls, colorful graphics and animations and it teaches children the most basic things they need to know in order to develop their musical learning. Kids Piano Free contains many famous children songs and it is probably one of the best musical game out there.

123 Kids Fun Music Free - Another great game is 123 Kids Fun Music and it will introduce your children to sounds, musical notes and musical bits. It is perfectly designed for kids - it has rich and colorful graphics, a child-friendly design, simple controls and a very easy game-play.

Tap The Music - Tap The Music is suitable for both young children and teenagers - it teaches the basics of guitar playing using great graphics and simple controls. The game introduces the players with four strings on which they play to the beat of the music. There are three different musical styles to choose from and three difficulty levels, and it is definitely a fun and addictive game.

Drum Set - If you've had too many piano and guitar games and wish to introduce your kids with drums, then Drum Set is the game for you. Drum Set is a simple yet very enjoyable game, in which the player gets to know all the basics of playing the drums. It will teach your kids about rhythm, coordination and much more, and it is very child-friendly. However, it is also suitable for adult and teenagers, so you can play along with your kids and spend some quality time learning to play the drums.
6  EARLY LEARNING / Early Learning - General Discussions / Common Spelling Mistakes on: February 10, 2018, 10:24:45 AM
As a school psychologist, I have worked with many children who have trouble with spelling. Common spelling mistakes include:

Using the wrong consonant (e.g., spelling cat as kat)
Using the wrong vowel (e.g., spelling seat as seet)
Leaving out consonants (e.g., spelling kicking as kiking)
Leaving out a vowel (e.g., spelling plain as plan)
Writing only one consonant, when a consonant should be doubled (e.g, spelling butter as buter)
Leaving in an "e" that should be dropped (e.g., spelling riding as rideing)
Leaving out the "silent e" (e.g., spelling kite as kit)
Using ys instead of ies (e.g., cherrys instead of cherries)
Spelling words phonetically when a specific suffix should be used instead (e.g., spelling vacation as vacashin)
Using an "s" instead of a "c" or a "c" instead of an "s" (e.g., absense instead of absence or offence instead of offense)
Forgetting rules like "i before e except after c" (e.g., spelling receive as receive)

The errors above are the most frequent ones I have seen in my career as a school psychologist; however, there are many more types of spelling errors a person can make.



7  EARLY LEARNING / Early Learning - General Discussions / Re: Educational interviews/ podcasts on: February 04, 2018, 09:03:14 AM
This is the great information you shared with us.
8  EARLY LEARNING / Early Learning - General Discussions / Re: Free learning website on: January 29, 2018, 02:24:05 AM
404 Page Not Found
9  EARLY LEARNING / Parents of Children with Special Needs / Re: My daughter is paralyzed on: January 24, 2018, 05:56:17 AM
It's important to note that medication-related mistakes can be made almost anywhere in the supply chain from manufacturer to patient. For example, the drug manufacturer could produce a tainted or unreasonably dangerous medication. A nurse could administer the wrong dosage or drug. A pharmacist could fill out the prescription incorrectly. Or, the patient may bear some amount of fault for not giving the doctor an accurate medical history (e.g., failing to inform the doctor about known allergies or other underlying medical conditions) that would conflict with the medication. In such situations, the doctor may not be liable at all for the patient’s injury.

If you believe that you were prescribed the wrong medication, you should consult with a medical malpractice attorney as early as possible. Medical malpractice claims, like all lawsuits, are subject to a strict filing deadline known as a statute of limitations.
10  EARLY LEARNING / Teaching Your Child - Other Topics / How Not to Teach Context Clues on: January 22, 2018, 02:51:41 AM
To most intermediate, middle, high school, and college teachers, teaching context clues means helping students consciously identify and apply strategies to figure out the meaning of unknown words through hints in the surrounding text. These hints include pictures, syntax, text format, grammatical constructions, mood or tone, mechanics, and surrounding words that provide synonym, antonym, logic, or example clues

Many of these teachers would also label the structural analysis of the unknown word itself as a context clue. Using morphemes (meaningful word parts, such as Greek and Latinates), syllabication strategies, grammatical inflections, and parts of speech also can help students figure of the meaning of unknown words. Some teachers would also include using hints outside of the text, such as prior knowledge or story schema in their definition and application of context clue strategies.

Teaching context clues for vocabulary development is widely accepted and practiced. However, there is another application of context clues that is not as widely accepted and practiced. This use of context clues is highly controversial and stirs up intense debate about how to teach reading.

Because the initial task of teaching students to read largely falls upon the shoulders of primary teachers, these teachers tend to be more familiar with this debate than their colleagues who teach older students. However, the underlying issues of this debate are just as relevant to intermediate, middle, high school, and college teachers who teach "reading to learn."

The issues of this debate involve whether context clues should be used as the primary strategy for word identification. Word identification generally means the process of pronouncing words by applying reading strategies. Word identification should be distinguished from word recognition, which generally means the ability to recognize and pronounce "sight words" automatically, without applying reading strategies. The role of context clues in word identification is the crucial issue behind the Reading Wars.

On one side of the battle are the "Phonic-ators." These "defenders of the faith" believe that teaching phonemic awareness and phonics should be the primary means of teaching word identification. Fair to say, these teachers place more emphasis on the graphics cueing components of reading, that is the alphabetic code, syllabication, and spelling, than do those on the other side of the battle. The "Phonicators" de-emphasize the use of context clues to "guess" the meanings of words and teach students to decode words in and out of context. These graphics cueing folks are easily identified by their sound-spelling wall posters, their phonics and spelling worksheets, their assessment data matrices, their spelling workbooks, and their decodable paper-book stories. Their file drawers are filled with Jeanne Chall, Marilyn Adams, and Keith Stanovich article summaries.

On the other side are the "Whole Language Junkies." These "defenders of the faith" believe that extensive shared, guided, and independent reading teaches students to read as the readers gradually acquire the reading strategies (with a heavy emphasis on context clues) to identify words in the context of reading. Fair to say, these teachers place more emphasis on the semantic (meaning-making) cueing components of reading, such as the use of context clues, than on the graphophonic (visual and phonemic) components of reading. These folks are nowadays less easily identified because their side is currently re-trenching in today's "No Child Left Behind" educational environment. But, you usually can tell who they are by their CLOZE procedure worksheets, their vast collection of miscue analyses, their personal class library of over 1,000 books (crowding out the spaces set aside for spelling and grammar workbooks), and their signed wall posters of Ken Goodman, Margaret Moustafa, and Stephen Krashen.

Although the generals argue over tactics, the strategic goals of both sides have much in common. Both believe that their tactics should lead to independent meaning-making, that is, reading comprehension should be the objective. Both agree that reading automaticity (fluency) is important and that their teaching methodologies, that is, the sound-spelling connections for the "Phonic-ators," and the "psycholinguistic guessing games (Goodman)" for the "Whole Language Junkies," will best lead to efficient, accurate, and "unconscious" word recognition. Both believe that reading is a complex and interactive process, in which prior knowledge and cognitive ability are important variables to actively address.

So, having identified the two uses of context clues, that is vocabulary development and word identification, is using context clues for word identification a bad thing? My view is that it can be when it is taught as the primary strategy for identifying words. I personally tend to lean on the research that proficient readers rely more on the graphophonic (visual and phonemic clues) as their primary strategies for word identification while struggling readers tend to rely on context clues as their primary strategy for word identification. Kylene Beers, in her book When Kids Can't Read, summarizes the problem of using context clues for word identification: "... discerning the meaning of unknown words using context clues requires a sophisticated interaction with the text that dependent readers have not yet achieved." The proof is in the pudding: if good readers do A, and bad readers do B, then teachers should teach A more than B.

It does make sense that readers need to learn a variety of strategies for word identification so that when one method fails, they have other backup methods to assist. Explicit graphophonic instructional strategies should serve as the first line of attack and semantic instructional strategies, using context clues, should serve as back-ups.
11  EARLY LEARNING / Early Learning - General Discussions / Re: helpful app for kids to learn alphabet and drawing on: January 20, 2018, 09:00:58 AM
Link is not working
12  BEYOND EARLY LEARNING (for older years) / Languages / Re: Ready to read and write on: January 18, 2018, 02:50:22 PM
I used the 'MUZZY' movies in elementary school. They are cartoon videos that teach children languages such as Spanish and French. It is funny and entertaining. While the kids are watching the movie, explain to them what the characters are saying and give out worksheets related to what they've just watched. Also, do a lot of fun activities. Coloring worksheets are effective because kids can learn the names of Spanish colors this way.
13  EARLY LEARNING / Parents of Children with Special Needs / Re: Please introduce yourself! on: January 16, 2018, 09:12:54 AM
My daughter is in grade 2, and it was brought to my attention by her teacher that her reading level was below grade level. After 2 months, my child is now reading at grade level and expected to excel beyond. We completed this program and it was fantastic. It was very easy to follow and straightforward. She became so much more confident sounding words out and generally reading.   
14  Downloads + Collaborations Discussions / General Collaborations / Re: Creating New Content and Uploading on: January 07, 2018, 08:55:12 AM
I would really like to find the translations of my children's names if they exist.They are Josephine(josie) and Lucille(lucy) I have found Lucy as Liusaidh but I have not found Josie anywhere.Any help would be greatly appreciated.
15  EARLY LEARNING / Teaching Your Child Math / Teach Your Baby Math - At What Age? on: January 05, 2018, 03:19:55 PM
You want to teach your baby math, and that is great news. You want to know though, what is the best age where your child will learn the most? That is a great question, and as you continue reading you will find your answer.

- Good job Mom or Dad! You want to teach your baby math and this is going to be something that you will be thanked for by your child later. There are a lot of parents that are excited about doing this but they are not sure if this is going to push their child too far too fast. You should not be worried about this. Babies are like little information sponges and it's fine to teach your baby math early on. Let's go on now to talk more about why you should start out at a young age as well as some easy things that you can do to get them ready.

- As I said above your baby is going to absorb information easily. You can actually teach your baby math at an age as young as 1-month-old. No, I did not say 1 year old, I said 1 month old. This is amazing and you will be happy that you can start out right away. As you become more comfortable with teaching your baby you are going to enjoy the process. If you let this time window up to 6 years pass you are really allowing something very special to be missed.

- Now you are wondering what you can do to teach your baby math. There are some simple things that you can do. Some parents use flash cards that are quite expensive others try to just use their fingers and different things like that but the best and easiest way for the parents and for the babies is an online software that is inexpensive as well as designed with your child in mind.

- A mixture of games, colors, and fun is going to allow your baby to get well on the way to being a little genius. You are sure to save yourself a lot of trouble with low grades at school and a lot of times with for your child when you teach them early on.

If you want to know exactly what age your should teach your baby math, it is between 1 month old until they are 6. This is when they will absorb the most.

All the best to you and your children!
Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 9

TinyPortal v1.0.5 beta 1© Bloc

Powered by MySQL Powered by PHP Powered by SMF 1.1.19 | SMF © 2013, Simple Machines

Valid XHTML 1.0! Valid CSS! Dilber MC Theme by HarzeM
Home | File Downloads | Search | Members | BrillBaby | BrillKids | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy
Copyright © 2018 BrillKids Inc. All rights reserved.