It is possible to teach a child as young as 6/7 months by following this Glenn Doman method by introducing "Bits of Intelligence"popularly called as "Bits" You can give a child encyclopedic knowledge so that the child knows about arts, science, music, language, literature, nature and all else that matters to man. The program is… Continue reading How to give your child an encyclopedia type knowledge from an early age of 6 months?(free downloadable included at the end)
click here to watch a video of the activity on youtube Materials needed: 1)A4 size paper/any paper/board 2)shapes from the shape sorter you use Step 1: Trace the shapes with the crayon matching the color of the shape.You can fill in the colors or ask your older toddler to color. Step 2: Now ask your… Continue reading Simple DIY shape matching activity
To start this post I would like to tell you that I have a 1 year old son(14 months old to be more accurate)and I started teaching him from his 11th month.He is a good observer and a listener when he is seated in his high chair. Step 1: Find a comfortable seating place for… Continue reading What to teach a 1 year old baby?
Toddler learning wall is an easy learning method to refresh your toddler with the basics by walking your toddler every morning through it. Its easy to create one. You just have to take the print outs and stick it on the wall and you can teach your toddler using the wall every morning as a… Continue reading Toddler Learning wall free printables
This is a simple activity that would definitely interest your 2-4 year olds. Materials Needed: 1.The following print out: mouse in the house pg 1 mouse in the house pg 2 2.sticky note/post-it Step 1: stick 6 post its hiding the colored houses on the first page of the print out Step 2: Cut out… Continue reading Mouse in the House activity
This is a very simple activity I learned in a teachers workshop. Materials needed: Aluminum foil Any toy in your kids collection Step 1: Wrap any number of toys your child is familiar with aluminium foil. I used a truck,a ball and a ring Step 2: Ask your child to find out what's inside.Ask him/her… Continue reading Object permanence activity