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Doman Language Development Program Weekly Checklist

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When I published the logs for the “How Smart is Your Baby” program a while back, I guess that wasn’t really the complete set. I forgot one other aspect of the program: the language development program. While the language development chapter of the book is rather simple, the activities Doman suggests still could use a log of their own to…

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How to Assemble Lift-a-Flap Books

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Li I’ve recently been sharing some printable lift-a-flap books that I have been making for my two-year-old. The books are simple enough, and the printing, folding, and assembly instructions are built into the design and printed on the books themselves. But for those of you who would like some more visual clarity, here is a detailed picture tutorial on how…

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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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Weekly Checklist Stage 5 Doman Physical Program

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Glenn Doman’s Fit Baby, Smart Baby, Your Baby (previously titled How to Teach Your Baby to Be Physically Superb) has a whole lot of great activities to do with your child to help them and have fun with them at different stages of development: daily walks and runs together, balance activities, activities to develop small motor skills and manual function,…

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