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Baby Reading Words in Other Languages

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In the two weeks since I published a free copy of the word and picture cards I use with my baby, I’ve gotten several requests to make them available in other languages. People have come forth willing to do the translation work, if only I will edit it and then share it. What a great idea! So, here’s my plan:…

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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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World of Knowledge for Babies: 45+ Sets of Beautiful Picture Cards

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For all of my email subscribers & direct blog clickers, I’m sharing this post to let everyone know that I’ve uploaded almost all of the picture cards I’ve used with Aria up until this point, a total of about 45 sets (or roughly 450 cards). The new central location for downloading these cards will be DomanMom.com/cards. It is listed at the top…

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Review of Free Sample Materials from Teaching-Children-Music.com

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Music education is one area that I feel like we have really slacked in over the years. It was always hard for me to stay consistent, even though I knew in my head how important it was. It was just difficult to keep it up and stay motivated, especially with a lack of materials and a lack of much knowledge…

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Toddler Geography: Colorful Countries of the World Maps (including territories)

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The past week or so I have been working on making countries of the world maps. You wouldn’t think maps would be something I would have to recreate (yes, I hand-drew all of them based on vector images on Wikipedia, including adding my own details for very small countries and territories that weren’t on the maps. And yes, all of…

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