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Posted by Shen-Li in Education 4 Comment I have been asked how to use the Doman “red dot cards” to teach Math to a child. There are many ways you can do this, but if you want specific step-by-step instructions, then there are two methods that I am aware of: Doman’s Math Method Shichida’s 65 Day Math Program Both programs are pretty similar. The fundamental difference is the number of repetitions. Doman’s method includes a lot more repetitions. You can find the step-by-step instructions for teaching Math following Doman‘s method from Glenn Doman‘s book “How to Teach Your Baby Math“, or you can follow the outline I have prepared here (I’ll cover the Shichida Math Method in another post): Materials required: Set of 100 red dot cards (you can download the set I made, buy the Math Kit from Glenn Doman or you can make your own). Teaching Quantity Day 1: Morning – Take the first ten dot cards: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. 1. Shuffle and divide into two sets of five cards. 2. Flash the cards at the rate of one card per second and say the number as you flash the card. Afternoon – Repeat step one and two. Evening – Repeat step one and two. (Technically speaking, you don’t have to flash the cards in the morning, afternoon, and evening. There must be an interval of at least 15 minutes between each session). Day 2: Repeat Day 1 Day 3: Repeat Day 1 Day 4: Repeat Day 1 Day 5: Repeat Day 1 Day 6: Remove cards representing 1 and 2. Add cards representing 11 and 12. Repeat step one and two from Day 1 once in the morning, afternoon, and evening. Day 7: Remove 3 and 4. Add 13 and 14. Repeat step one and two from Day 1 once in the morning, afternoon, and evening. Day 8: Remove 5 and 6. Add 15 and 16. Repeat step one and two from Day 1 once in the morning, afternoon, and evening. Day 9: Remove 7 and 8. Add 17 and 18. Repeat step one and two from Day 1 once in the morning, afternoon, and evening. Day 10: Remove 9 and 10. Add 19 and 20. Repeat step one and two from Day 1 once in the morning, afternoon, and evening.

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Introducing Addition Day 11: Remove 11 and 12. Add 21 and 22. Morning – Repeat step one and two from Day 1. Then show three random addition problems using cards 1 to 20. For example: 1+5=6, 4+9=13, 7+3=10. Afternoon – Repeat step one and two from Day 1. Then show three random addition problems using cards 1 to 20. For example: 14+5=19, 8+7=15, 12+8=20. Evening – Repeat step one and two from Day 1. Then show three random addition problems using cards 1 to 20. For example: 6+5=11, 18+1=19, 5+3=8. How to flash the Math problems: say “one (show 1) plus five (show 5) equals six (show 6). Day 12: Remove 13 and 14. Add 23 and 24. Repeat steps in Day 11 with 9 new addition problems – show 3 problems per session. Day 13: Remove 15 and 16. Add 25 and 26. Repeat steps in Day 11 with 9 new addition problems – show 3 problems per session. At this point, when you do the math problems, you only have to show the answer card. For example, 6+1=7, just flash the 7 card. Day 14: Remove 17 and 18. Add 27 and 28. Repeat steps in Day 11 with 9 new addition problems – show 3 problems per session. Day 15: Remove 19 and 20. Add 29 and 30. Repeat steps in Day 11 with 9 new addition problems – show 3 problems per session. Day 16: Remove 21 and 22. Add 31 and 32. Repeat steps in Day 11 with 9 new addition problems – show 3 problems per session. Day 17: Remove 23 and 24. Add 33 and 34. Repeat steps in Day 11 with 9 new addition problems – show 3 problems per session. Day 18: Remove 25 and 26. Add 35 and 36. Repeat steps in Day 11 with 9 new addition problems – show 3 problems per session. Day 19: Remove 27 and 28. Add 37 and 38. Repeat steps in Day 11 with 9 new addition problems – show 3 problems per session. Day 20: Remove 29 and 30. Add 39 and 40. Repeat steps in Day 11 with 9 new addition problems – show 3 problems per session.

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Introducing Subtraction Day 21: Remove 31 and 32. Add 41 and 42. Morning – Repeat step one and two from Day 1. Then show three random subtraction equations using cards 1 to 40. For example: 24-13=11, 38-13=25, 40-30=10. Afternoon – Repeat step one and two from Day 1. Then show three random subtraction equations using cards 1 to 40. For example: 16-7=9, 22-2=20, 34-12=22. Evening – Repeat step one and two from Day 1. Then show three random subtraction equations using cards 1 to 40. For example: 19-4=15, 8-2=6, 27-1=26. Day 22: Remove 33 and 34. Add 43 and 44. Repeat steps in Day 21 with 9 new subtraction equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 23: Remove 35 and 36. Add 45 and 46. Repeat steps in Day 21 with 9 new subtraction equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 24: Remove 37 and 38. Add 47 and 48. Repeat steps in Day 21 with 9 new subtraction equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 25: Remove 39 and 40. Add 49 and 50. Repeat steps in Day 21 with 9 new subtraction equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 26: Remove 41 and 42. Add 51 and 52. Repeat steps in Day 21 with 9 new subtraction equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 27: Remove 43 and 44. Add 53 and 54. Repeat steps in Day 21 with 9 new subtraction equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 28: Remove 45 and 46. Add 55 and 56. Repeat steps in Day 21 with 9 new subtraction equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 29: Remove 47 and 48. Add 57 and 58. Repeat steps in Day 21 with 9 new subtraction equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 30: Remove 49 and 50. Add 59 and 60. Repeat steps in Day 21 with 9 new subtraction equations – show 3 equations per session.

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Introducing Multiplication Day 31: Remove 51 and 52. Add 61 and 62. Morning – Repeat step one and two from Day 1. Then show three random multiplication equations using cards 1 to 60. For example: 4×5=20, 7×8=56, 3×11=33. Afternoon – Repeat step one and two from Day 1. Then show three random multiplicationequations using cards 1 to 60. For example: 20×3=60, 15×2=30, 9×6=54. Evening – Repeat step one and two from Day 1. Then show three random multiplication equations using cards 1 to 60. For example: 13×3=39, 16×2=32, 3×2=6. Day 32: Remove 53 and 54. Add 63 and 64. Repeat steps in Day 31 with 9 new multiplication equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 33: Remove 55 and 56. Add 65 and 66. Repeat steps in Day 31 with 9 new multiplication equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 34: Remove 57 and 58. Add 67 and 68. Repeat steps in Day 31 with 9 new multiplication equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 35: Remove 59 and 60. Add 69 and 70. Repeat steps in Day 31 with 9 new multiplication equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 36: Remove 61 and 62. Add 71 and 72. Repeat steps in Day 31 with 9 new multiplication equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 37: Remove 63 and 64. Add 73 and 74. Repeat steps in Day 31 with 9 new multiplication equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 38: Remove 65 and 66. Add 75 and 76. Repeat steps in Day 31 with 9 new multiplication equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 39: Remove 67 and 68. Add 77 and 78. Repeat steps in Day 31 with 9 new multiplication equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 40: Remove 69 and 70. Add 79 and 80. Repeat steps in Day 31 with 9 new multiplication equations – show 3 equations per session.

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Introducing Division Day 41: Remove 71 and 72. Add 81 and 82. Morning – Repeat step one and two from Day 1. Then show three random division equations using cards 1 to 80. For example: 70/10=7, 63/7=9, 64/8=8. Afternoon – Repeat step one and two from Day 1. Then show three random division equations using cards 1 to 80. For example: 60/4=15, 42/6=7, 48/4=12. Evening – Repeat step one and two from Day 1. Then show three random division equations using cards 1 to 80. For example: 72/9=8, 36/2=18, 54/9=6. Day 42: Remove 73 and 74. Add 83 and 84. Repeat steps in Day 41 with 9 new division equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 43: Remove 75 and 76. Add 85 and 86. Repeat steps in Day 41 with 9 new division equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 44: Remove 77 and 78. Add 87 and 88. Repeat steps in Day 41 with 9 new division equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 45: Remove 79 and 80. Add 89 and 90. Repeat steps in Day 41 with 9 new division equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 46: Remove 81 and 82. Add 91 and 92. Repeat steps in Day 41 with 9 new division equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 47: Remove 83 and 84. Add 93 and 94. Repeat steps in Day 41 with 9 new division equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 48: Remove 85 and 86. Add 95 and 96. Repeat steps in Day 41 with 9 new division equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 49: Remove 87 and 88. Add 97 and 98. Repeat steps in Day 41 with 9 new division equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 50: Remove 89 and 90. Add 99 and 100. Repeat steps in Day 41 with 9 new division equations – show 3 equations per session. By this stage, you child has learned quantities from 1 to 100, and seen 360 equations consisting of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Now you can choose to show more complicated math equations, for example: 4+5+6+7=22, 15+62=19, 5×8/4=10. You can also teach your child about the quantity zero and show various equations relating to zero. You can show the different mathematical operations: +, -, x, /, =, <, >, ?, and ?. You can show sequences, for example: 1+1, 1+2, 1+3, etc. You can teach anything you want.

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