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Teach Your Baby to Read Word & Picture Cards (Doman-Inspired)

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This resource has been a long time in the making, and I’m so thrilled that it’s finally finished! Inspired by Glenn Doman’s How to Teach Your Baby to Read, these printable word and picture cards contain ten new words each week to introduce to your baby from the time they are ten weeks old all the way up until their first birthday.…

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What is Early Learning?

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What is “early learning”? I’m not sure where the nickname came from, but it stuck. More than likely, it was a spinoff of the “early reading” movement where most of us started out – that is, teaching our kids to read well before school age, or, “early readers”. But, we we call ourselves “early learning parents”, and often refer to our…

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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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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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