Browsing Category : Newborn Stimulation

All the Printables You Need for Doman’s “How Smart is Your Baby” Newborn Program

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Here is a collection of all of the printable materials you will need for the Glenn Doman newborn program (stages 1-3) as described in “How Smart is Your Baby” (stage 4 printables will be coming soon). Now instead of spending hours making all of these materials from scratch like I did the first time around (or buying them at a steep price),…

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Black & White & Red Patterns for Your Newborn (Free Printable)

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I’ve been working on a lot of materials for baby girl (due in September) lately, and one thing I had a lot of fun with was the newborn visual stimulation patterns to use to decorate her environment. At birth, the visual system is the least-developed of all the sensory systems, and babies are almost completely blind. It is only through…

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Glenn Doman’s Thoughts on Child Birth Spacing for Early Teaching Families

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In his book on infant stimulation in the first year of life, Glenn Doman writes, “An 18- to 30-month-old child wants fulltime attention from his mother. He not only wants her undivided attention, but he really needs it. He is not fully independent in anything except getting into trouble. We strongly recommend that the first baby be given the time…

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