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How to Multiply Your Baby Vol.1C-A4

How to Multiply Your Baby Vol.1C-A4



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16how to teachyour baby
We mothers are the pottersand our children the clay.
 Natural Education
 Most sets of instructions begin by saying that unless they arefollowed precisely, they won't work.In contrast, it is almost safe to say that no matter how poorly youexpose your baby to reading, encyclopedic knowledge or mathematicshe is almost sure to learn more than he would if you hadn't done it; sothis is one game which you will win to some degree no matter how badly you play it. You would have to do it
incredibly badly to produce no result. Nonetheless, the more cleverly you play the game of teaching your tiny child the quicker and the better your child will learn.Let's review the cardinal points to remember about the child himself  before discussing how to teach him.1. By the age of five a child can easily absorb tremendous amounts of information. If he is younger than five it will be easier. If the child isyounger than four it will be even easier and more effective, beforethree even easier and much more effective and before two is the easiestand most effective of all.2. The child before five can accept information at a remarkable rate.3. The more information a child absorbs before the age of five, themore he retains.4. The child before five has a tremendous amount of energy.5. The child before five has a monumental desire to learn.
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6. The child before five can learn anything that you can teach in anhonest and factual and joyous way and
to learn anything that istaught in that way.7. All tiny children are linguistic geniuses.8. The child before five learns an entire language and can learn as manylanguages
are presented to him.This book covers three major areas of intellectual growth anddevelopment: reading, encyclopedic knowledge and mathematics.The first area is reading and of the three it is by far the mostimportant. Reading is one of the highest functions of the human brain—of all creatures on earth, only humans can read.Reading is one of the most important functions in life, sincevirtually all formal learning is based on the ability to read.You should begin with reading. Once you have been doing a goodconsistent reading program for a while then you should begin your encyclopedic knowledge program.All human intelligence is based upon facts which constitute humanknowledge. Without facts
there can be no intelligence.
You should begin your encyclopedic knowledge program byevolution using several categories of 
 Bit of Intelligence
cards. Whenthis is going well and you are feeling restless to begin a new area thenyou begin your mathematics program.As you will see, mathematics is really a natural subdivision of anygood comprehensive program since you begin with mathematical
 Bit of  Intelligence
cards—the dot cards.The purpose of this chapter is to outline the basic principles of goodteaching. These principles apply to reading, encyclopedic knowledge
 and mathematics, as well as to anything else you may wish to teachyour child.We are so much a product of our own educations that sometimes inteaching our children we unwittingly make the same mistakes that werethe cause of so much suffering for us.Schools often arrange for children to fail. We can all remember the big red X's on all the wrong answers. Correct answers often receivedno mention at all. Tests were often given with the intention of exposingour ignorance rather than discovering our knowledge.In order to enjoy the unalloyed thrill of teaching your tiny child, it is best to begin with a clean slate.Here are the guidelines—the basics of good
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teaching—to help you to succeed.
 At What Age to Begin
 You can really begin the process of teaching
baby right from birth. After all, we speak to the baby at birth—this grows the auditory pathway. We can also provide the same information to the visual pathway by teaching him to read using reading cards, teaching himencyclopedic knowledge using
 Bit of Intelligence
cards or teaching himto recognize quantities in mathematics using dot cards. All of thesethings grow the visual pathway substantially.There are two
points involved in teaching your child.1. Your attitude and approach.2. The size and orderliness of the teaching materials.
 Parent Attitude and Approach
 If teaching your child appeals to you, then go ahead and plunge in.Take your phone off the hook and put a sign on your front door that

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