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1  Products Marketplace / Product Discussions and Reviews / Reopened! Today only app Hooked on Phonics Deal on: May 06, 2014, 09:02:19 PM

A teacher edition of an application Learn to Read by Hooked on Phonics is FREE (normally 49$). Is today only (May 6th 2014). Thought will share smile
2  Local Support Groups / General Discussions / Re: Montessori on: April 26, 2014, 05:04:14 AM
Z ta trojezycznoscia u nas wyszlo troche przypadkiem. Maz Francuz, na poczatku mieszkalismy we Francji, pozniej pojawila sie oferta pracy w USA. Miala to byc forma wakacji (trzyletnich Wink ale wyglada na to, ze zostaniemy tu na dluzej /stale smile

Przedszkola Montessori zaczynaja byc popularne rowniez w Polsce smile nawet w Suwalkach - moim rodzinnym miescie jest takowe smile Tutaj sa popularne, ale niektore sa prawdziwie montessorianskie, podczas gdy inne tylko sie ta pedagogika inspiruja. Szkol jest duzo mniej i w ogromnej wiekszosci sa to szkoly prywatne z kosmicznymi oplatami. My czystym zbiegiem okolicznosci trafilismy na mala szkolke publiczna, od ktorej dodatkowo dzieli nas tylko gigantyczny park (ze stawami, setkami roznych ptakow, sarenkami, zajacami itp). Robilismy dzis probe i nawet moja niespelna trzylatka pokonuje trase w te i z powrotem na wlasnych nogach (w gre wchodzily by jeszcze rowery).

Po roczku zaczelam organizowac dla mojej corki tygodnie tematyczne, tzn. kolory, potem kstalty. Czyli byl tydzien niebieski, potem czerwony itp, najpierw czarny / bialy, potem kolory podstawowe, pochodne i te, co zostaja Wink czyli brazowy, szary i rozowy. Ksztalty najpierw te proste, potem coraz bardziej skomplikowane az do bryl wlacznie smile Zajrzyj tutaj : pod zakladke colors & shapes. My poszlismy bardziej w kierunku Montessori, zawsze bylo pudelko sensoryczne, jakies klocki itp, plus dodatkowo kredka, farba dot paint i do malowania palcami i ciastolina w danym kolorze. Przy ksztaltach korzystalismy z kolorowanek z ww strony (przy okazji utrwala kolory), wycinalam im tez np. roznej wielkosci kola i naklejalismy to na duze kolo itp.

Staralam sie tez znajdowac ksiazke / piosenke zwiazana z tematem, tutaj bardzo pomocne jest (platne i w sumie fajne, ale jakos nie moge sie zebrac, zeby korzystac z tego regularnie).

Tutaj efekt byl bardzo widoczny - corka jak tylko zaczela mowic od razu w 100% poprawnie nazywala kolory i ksztalty smile A, i znala tez cyferki - to akurat z Little Math smile

Starszy syn nauczyl sie kolorow i cyferek na pociagach z bajki Tomek i Przyjaciele, a jego pierwszym zdaniem bylo : Percy jest zielony smile

Po roczku cala trojka zaczela sie tez interesowac jezykiem migowym i o ile moja corka praktycznie od poczatku od razu mowila i migala, o tyle dla starszego syna jezyk migowy to bylo wybawienie smile i poslugiwal sie nim niemal wylacznie przez prawie rok smile U nas dodatkowo jest to pomost miedzy jezykami - bo pies to jeszcze chien i dog, ale znak zostaje ten sam smile

Z takim juz ponad roczniaczkiem mozna juz powoli wprowadzac zasady Montessori (tzn mozna od urodzenia, tylko trzeba na to wiecej czasu / pieniedzy i ja akurat sie nie do konca zgadzam z ta poczatkowa pedagogika Montessori). Jesli widzimy, ze dziecko sie na czyms skupia, za nic mu nie przeszkadzamy smile brzdac moze juz z powodzeniem zanosic np. swoja pieluche do kosza, pusta miseczke do kuchni itp. Moj maluch specjalizuje sie w 'odkurzaniu' domu - zaden okruszek nie umknie jego uwagi smile

Dosyc wazne jest tez dla mnie, aby moje dzieci byly jak najbardziej samodzielne - wczesne chodzenie, jezdzenie na rowerze, plywanie itp. Im sa mniejsi, tym jest latwiej ich czegos nauczyc smile i mozna zajac sie czyms innym smile

Troche sie rozpisalam smile po polsku mi sie tak fajnie lekko pisze smile tradycyjnie : pisz, gdybys miala jeszcze jakies pytania (tylko moze jako PM? bo chyba troche zasmiecamy watek, a ludzie widzac nowe wiadomosci w temacie 'Montessori' nie spodziewaja sie zapewne ujrzec nasza piekna polszczyzne (a i tak bez ogonkow Wink

3  Local Support Groups / General Discussions / Re: Montessori on: April 24, 2014, 07:27:06 PM
smile szczerze? wydaje mi sie, ze ... nie smile ale w niczym mi to nie przeszkadza 
Rayan w wieku okolo 3 lat potrafil wysypac z pudelka guziki i mowic np. ten. Przeliczalam kilka razy i sie sprawdzalo smile (liczba guzikow sie zmieniala).
Dla mnie we wczesnej edukacji chodzi chyba bardziej o ekspozycje, kontakt z danym przedmiotem, tworzenie nowych polaczen w mozgu.
Rayan zaczal czytac w wieku 3,5 roku przy czym w ciagu msca przeszedl od skladania CvC words do czytania ksiazek (prostych, ale zawsze).
Zawsze mialam wrazenie, ze nie robie z dziecmi wystarczajaco duzo... ale mam ich trojke, prawie 5, prawie 3 i 17 mscy i ogarniecie ich i domu to juz praca na caly etat smile robie tyle, ile czuje sie na silach a i tak rezultaty sa widoczne smile Mozliwe, iz przy wiekszym nakladzie pracy efekty bylyby proporcjonalnie wieksze, ale cala trojka i tak juz jest mocno do przodu w stosunku do amerykanskich rowiesnikow (a moje dzieci sa dodatkowo trojjezyczne...).
O edukacji najmlodszego napisze pozniej, teraz musze odebrac Rayana ze szkoly smile
4  Local Support Groups / General Discussions / Re: Montessori on: April 24, 2014, 02:09:40 PM
Witamy na forum smile
Ja tez nie pisze czesto, ale staram sie pomagac w miare mozliwosci.
Programy oferowane na tej stronie (Little Reader, Little Math, Little Musician) maja niewiele wspolnego z Montessori. Sa raczej inspirowane Domanem i Schichida (matma). Co do skutecznosci, hmmm. Prawde mowiac, my od samego poczatku uzywalismy mieszanki roznych metod i programow. Zaczelismy trzy lata temu od Domana w czystej postaci, pozniej przerzucilismy sie na Little Reader. Jednoczesnie ogladalismy Signing Time i Tweedle Wink. Efekt : moj 2,5 letni wowczas syn po przeprowadzce do USA nie mial najmniejszych problemow z porozumiewaniem sie, chociaz tak naprawde dopiero zaczynal mowic (urodzil sie we Francji). Dzis ma prawie 5 lat, jesienia pojdzie do zerowki (Montessori zreszta smile Czyta na poziomie 3cio klasisty, z matematyki tez jest do przodu, zaleznie od tematu 1-3 klasa. Ma ogromna wiedze o swiecie, bardzo lubi czytac. Uwielbia wszelkie spacery i wycieczki, jezdzic na rowerze i plywac. Chodzi tez na taekwondo, niedawno zdal 4ty egzamin i ma zolty pas. Jest niezle skoordynowany, wczoraj mialam okazje obserwowac go podczas zabawy z dziecmi 2-3 lata starszymi na placu zabaw. Nie odbiegal od nich naprawde niczym smile
Programy sa bardzo pomocne, ale mysle, ze o naszym sukcesie zadecydowalo holistyczne podejscie do dziecka : prezentowanie tematu od roznych stron i przy uzyciu roznych materialow.
Sama metodyka Montessori to temat - rzeka. Zakochalam sie w temacie ponad trzy lata temu i trzyma mnie do dzis smile Robilismy troche w domu, teraz syn chodzi do montessorianskiego przedszkola, jesienia pojdzie do szkoly (klasy 0-6). Rodzenstwo ma tutaj pierwszenstwo przy naborach do szkol, wiec moja prawie 3letnia corka i prawie 1,5 roczny synek pojda w slady starszego brata smile
Jesli masz jeszcze jakies pytania, pytaj smialo smile Postaram sie pomoc smile
5  BrillKids Software / Little Musician - General Discussion / Re: lyrics or texts to follow along for "clap along"?? on: April 17, 2014, 03:41:18 AM
May I also have this file, please ? As a non native english speaker I have a hard time to sing along this songs too.
Thanks in advance smile
6  EARLY LEARNING / Teaching Your Child Math / Re: Where to start w 3 and 6 year olds? on: April 08, 2014, 01:58:13 AM

Start by Marshmallow Math book for your 3 yo. You will be full of ideas smile

For your 6 yo, what about Jump Math (exist in english or french version :  smile

You can get free teacher books on their website, you must subscribe first.

Hope that helps smile
7  BEYOND EARLY LEARNING (for older years) / General Discussions - After Early Learning / Kindergarten advice please :) on: March 26, 2014, 02:09:50 AM
I need your advice. My son will be 5 in June and start Kindergarten this fall. I did some early learning with him and he was reading at 3.5. At 4 he entered Montessori preschool (3-6 yo class), by this time he was reading at grade 3 level, counting to 100, doing addition and subtraction etc. It was mostly for improvement of his English, his third language. I'm Polish, my husband is French and we live now in USA. DS speaks polish like native, his french is a little weaker but he can still speak fluently and his english now is somewhere in between.

Now the story smile We are sure that a typical public K is not a right fit for him so we searched alternative solutions smile There is a Montessori School (grades K - 6th) in just a couple of minutes from our house. It's a tuition free charter school. What I like about this school that there is not a daily homework smile A school day ends by 3.30, Friday at 12 Pm. There is an after care available but not really the after school program applied. They have just chess and something else, I think.

There is also a French - American school . It's also tuition free charter school but much much bigger than this Montessori school. The biggest problem is that there is 25 miles from where we live now. They do there a mix of French and American programs, but at Kindergarten is like 90/10 french/english. By grade 6 is mostly 50/50 (with STEM subjects always in english). They have a really nice after school program, with music, art, chess, even Lego and robotics teams and code learning smile

DS has a little sister (she is almost 3) and a little brother (almost 1,5 yo). DD can go to preschool but I think I will let her with me for some more time. She is just about to reading and starting simple math and I will share these moments with her smile

Any advice welcomed smile I'm brainstorming for weeks now and can't take any decision. Thanks in advance smile
8  Products Marketplace / Product Discussions and Reviews / Re: Does Little Chinese have an accompanying pinyin & English Translation printables on: September 06, 2013, 05:07:54 PM
Hi Kezia,

I'm considering buy Little Reader Chinese and I would love to have this translation guide as well. Can you send me a download link, please?

Thank you,

9  EARLY LEARNING / Homeschooling / Re: Discovery Education Streaming Plus FREE Trial on: July 30, 2013, 03:11:15 PM
We listen Twin Sisters songs. They have a lot of educational songs on different topics and we love their 'When I grow up I will be...(marin biologist, astronaut, chemist, paleontologist, etc ) :

When I grow up, I want to be something very interesting.
The job I’ll do will help a lot of people, and I’ll like the work that I do. Each day will be adventurous, and I’ll strive to learn a lot.
Then I’ll share what I know and my knowledge will grow.
It’s the perfect, perfect job!
Now science is important, so I’ll study hard when learning about biology. Experiments in chemistry will help me learn to develop good hypotheses.
Then I’ll read and I’ll read and I’ll read some more, and I’ll share just what I learn, ‘cause when I grow up I want to be something very interesting.

Yes, I’ll share what I know
and my knowledge will grow. It’s the perfect, perfect job! The perfect, perfect job!

They have lyrics for each song also smile

10  EARLY LEARNING / Homeschooling / Re: Discovery Education Streaming Plus FREE Trial on: July 07, 2013, 06:01:19 AM
For me it works well. I'm in USA.
11  EARLY LEARNING / Homeschooling / Discovery Education Streaming Plus FREE Trial on: July 06, 2013, 07:49:21 PM
Homeschool Buyers Co-Op offers now a Discovery Education Streaming Plus FREE Trial (with no credit card). It's until 31 August 2013.

Discovery Education Streaming Plus features:

Thousands of full-length videos from scores of producers, segmented into tens of thousands of content-specific clips tied directly to state and national standards.
Supplemental resources such as Assignment Builder, Quiz Center, Writing Prompt Generator, and more
Fast and accurate search functionality and dynamic navigation menus
The ability to customize and personalize lessons to different subjects, grades, and learning styles
Comprehensive K-12 curriculum coverage in six core subject areas.
Thousands of images
Membership in the Discovery Educator Network (DEN)
Interactive self-paced training
Exclusive Discovery programming such as Frozen Planet, Human Planet, LIFE, Into the Universe, Mythbusters, and Curiosity
Video series from trusted content providers such as BBC Worldwide, CBS News, Channel 4, Discovery Studios, Scholastic, TV Ontario, and Westin Woods
Hundreds of game, skill builder, and body atlas interactives
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Thousands of audio files including podcasts, classic literature audiobooks, children's literature audiobooks from Scholastic, and numerous supplemental study aids for auditory learners

Just join Homeschool Buyers Co-op and take a look smile
12  EARLY LEARNING / Early Learning - General Discussions / Re: Brithday present for a 3-year old on: June 12, 2013, 03:04:27 AM
I will say something from Signing Time collection ? Both my son (almost 4) and daughter (2) love all these videos since they were babies. Favourites : Leah's Farm, The Great Outdoor, The Zoo Train.

My son loves also Safari miniature animals. There is a lot of different tubes, in each there are 10 or more miniatures. The best place to buy them is Michael's store - 7$ a tube if I remember well and there is often a discount coupon (- 50 % even). And there is so many things to do with them... smile
13  Downloads + Collaborations Discussions / General Collaborations / Re: Wouldn't you just love an 800 fact Little Reader Country Course? on: June 04, 2013, 08:27:32 PM
I'd love to participate in this project ! Many thanks for this opportunity smile
14  Local Support Groups / General Discussions / Re: Montessori on: April 23, 2013, 04:49:42 AM
W razie, gdyby ktoras z Was miala jakies pytania zwiazane z Montessori, chetnie sluze pomoca smile
15  Parents' Lounge / General Parenting / Re: What shows do you let your kids watch? on: April 23, 2013, 02:22:56 AM

Good question smile

My kids are almost 4, almost 2 and 4,5 months.

Basically, they are allowed 1hour of screen time each day. Usually it happens before dinner. I always thought that is quite a lot, but in the Tweedle Wink Program Overview is marked that their stages are allowed as much as 120 min of educational videos per day smile

They watch : LR, LM, LMs, Signing Time (from time to time, they mastered all the signs smile, Tweedle Wink, Your Baby / Child Can Discover (they are in love with it right now Wink , Go, Diego Go, Sid The Science Kid, Blue's Clues, sometimes Mathtacular.

Sometimes my son (4) will watch Twenty Trucks or Mighty Machines.

Other times my doughter (2) will watch a Leap Frog video : Phonics Farm, Math Adventure to the Moon or new ones : Shapeville (?) and something about opposites.

They watch most videos in English. It's our third language. Sometimes they will watch a polish version of Little Einsteins.

The baby is not watching but usually he hears what is playing in background (he is on the floor, practicing rolling and just about crawling). I have two discs of Sparkabilities baby waiting for him - maybe in one month or so...

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