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How To Give Your Baby Encyclopedic Knowledge Program

Glenn Doman, Janet Doman, Susan Aisen (Author)

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Publisher: Gentle Revolution Press

Shipping Weight: 2 pounds



Imagine a two-year-old's delight if he were able to recognize an owl in a tree, a bee on a sunflower, or a painting by Van Gogh. Learning and absorbing information, say the authors, is a brain function. Very young children can absorb information without effort and find enormous pleasure in doing so.

This kit contains five categories of bit of intelligence cards with ten cards in each category: Primates, Birds of Prey, Inventors, Reptiles, and Leonardo da Vinci. Used successfully by parents and grandparents to increase their baby’s understanding of the world around them, these cards each have ten facts on the back.This program is designed for those who already have the book How To Give Your Baby Encyclopedic Knowledge. In addition, the DVD How To Give Your Baby Encyclopedic Knowledge is very helpful. Used together, the book, DVD, and cards provides parents with a simple and clear daily program for teaching small children. At the same time, the essential and close contact of learning together enriches the love and respect between parents and baby.

About The Gentle Revolution Press:
The Gentle Revolution Press is the official publisher of books and teaching materials by Glenn Doman and The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential. Glenn Doman is the founder of The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential and the author of the books in the Gentle Revolution Series. His groundbreaking book How To Teach Your Baby To Read, published in 1964, introduced the concept that tiny children can and want to learn, and that parents are their best teachers. The books in the Gentle Revolution Series contain the why’s and how’s of teaching your child. The Gentle Revolution teaching materials are designed for use with the programs described in the books and DVDs.