Tag Archives : Glenn Doman

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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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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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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Glenn Doman Inspired Baby Math Videos

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I put together some videos to teach babies and toddlers the basic concepts behind numbers, what they are, and the ways we represent them, using numbers zero through one hundred. They cover: Counting forwards Counting backwards Real numbers (subitization with random dot placements) Symbols for numbers (numerals) Reading number words Quantities arranged in straight rows Counting with one-to-one correspondence The…

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