OLD BOOKS, NEW IDEAS – THE FUN GOES ON AS I READ TO MY BABY
As I have mentioned in Must-have section, we have had our morning routine with books for a long time. These have been all kinds of books for kids, not only typical fairy tales. As a result of my idea to raise my child bilingually (intentional bilingualism), I use English only when reading to Maja.
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MY GOAL IS TO HAVE FUN AND TO DEVELOP MY BABY’S INTELLIGENCE
I have to admit I will be really happy if my experiment is successful. However, I know that every child is different and I respect this. And, most of all, I never push my child to learn. I just try to stir up her curiosity and have fun with my baby.
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OLD WORDS IN A NEW FORM
We can treat this step of the reading programme as a revision because it is based on the single words we have already used. However, according to Glenn Doman it is not a typical revision. It is just the next step in global reading: two-word expressions.
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WHAT’S NEW IN EARLY EDUCATION OF MY BABY
We have been doing all sorts of equations with flashcards with dots for weeks now. I mentioned it in the previous post. I have decided this is a perfect moment to start the next step: number sequences.
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THIS IS UNBELIEVABLE
You have to bear in mind that some of the things you are going to read here are really unbelievable because all of it has to do with teaching a baby. Actually, it is about teaching a baby to read and about teaching a baby maths. It is also beyond my belief. I guess some of you will smile in disbelief while reading this post.
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