The Bottom Line
Babies are probably more capable of learning math, more so than we ever previously thought possible. A parent is usually the child's first and most important teacher. A great strategy to teach numeracy early!
- May Enhance Future Success
- Stimulates Numeracy at an Early Age
- No Proven Evidence
- Time Commitment Required From Parent
- Opens with information about the beliefs of how infants learn and the brain's capacity to excel.
- Can you teach your baby math at an early age? Here you'll find convincing strategies worth trying.
- Stimulating minds at an early age can have significant impact on academic performance. Learn more!
- The author of this book also wrote: How To Teach Your Baby to Read. Over one million copies sold.
- Shows parents how to create a high powered learning environment. Essential to future successes.
- You'll see the value of addressing the concepts first using colored dots instead of symbols.
- Provides ample suggestions and strategies to implement a strong learning environment at home.
Guide Review - Teach Your Baby Math
Whether you're a homeschooler or a parent, your baby will benefit from a nurturing learning environment which begins at home. I'm certainly a fan of early numeracy and in the ability of the brain to learn at a very early age, even as early as infancy. If you have the time to commit to the strategies in this hardcover book, your baby will most likely benefit. Research is now indicating that an infant's brain is capable of excelling in areas of math and literacy. Although not yet proven, the potential benefits are substantial if you adhere to and commit to the strategies suggested. The author uses a system of colored dots as opposed to numerals and symbols. He feels that it's essential to address the mathematical concepts first - he's right!