At the moment you can find the complete site only in the Polish language.
All blog entries are being translated into English. You can read 22 of them now and I am doing my best to add at least one every week.
I am constantly adding new posts in Polish.
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL MY FOLLOWERS AND FANS
I just wanted to take this opportunity to not only wish you a Merry Christmas but also to thank you for all your encouragement and support.
I also wish you believe in the amazing potential of your children and that you are patient waiting for the results while you are doing everything to maximize this potential. Continue reading “Christmas wishes”
NEW PERSONALIZED BOOKS
We continue reading personalized books which I mentioned in June. We do it interchangeably with jumble sentences which I mentioned in the same entry. The first book about Maja which I made for my daughter was focused on actions. It starts with a question: “What is Maja doing in the pictures?” and a huge question mark on the next page. The following pages contain sentences such as “She is playing with the car.” and pictures illustrating them. The page with a text comes first. The illustration is on the following page, for example, of Maja sitting on the mat and playing with her car. Continue reading “Teaching reading to a baby: personalized books, playing with words (Maja is 17,5 months old)”
WE READ AND REVIEW OUR BOOKS – PART 1
I have written “we” on purpose because my daughter’s opinion is more important than mine. We differ and she often surprises me with her likes and dislikes. To give you an example, we have quite a plain book among all the others. When writing “plain” I refer to my first impression. My sister-in-law claimed her kids were crazy about it (Maja’s two cousins live in England) which surprised me. There are only three words in the whole book and it’s full of pictures. Continue reading “From a toddler’s library: Usborne books and monster books by Sam Lloyd”
FURTHER SPEECH DEVELOPMENT IN A BILINGUAL BABY
PERCENTAGES WITH A BABY
I have completed all Doman’s suggestions as far as teaching maths to a baby is concerned. But don’t worry – this is not the end. Doman encourages parents to be creative and to follow their imagination when it comes to all sorts of ideas related to dot flashcards. I have assumed that if fractions can be taught using dot cards we can use them to teach lots of other mathematical stuff like percentages, roots and exponents or powers …. and maybe I will come up with something else. Continue reading “Developing mathematical and logical intelligence with the Doman method, another summary of a speech development in my baby (Maja is 15,5 months old)”