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"Look Inside" link: https://www.createspace.com/Preview/1... "Education from Infancy: Part 1 - an Early Start" is an extract out of "Education from Infancy: All 4 Parts". "Education from Infancy Part 1 - an Early Start" describes my very successful efforts at teaching Math and literacy to my grandson from the very earliest days of his infancy. For example, by the time he was "Look Inside" link: https://www.createspace.com/Preview/1... "Education from Infancy: Part 1 - an Early Start" is an extract out of "Education from Infancy: All 4 Parts". "Education from Infancy Part 1 - an Early Start" describes my very successful efforts at teaching Math and literacy to my grandson from the very earliest days of his infancy. For example, by the time he was 6-7 months old I had taught him to recognize and point out to me: • upper-case letters of the alphabet; • the basic numbers 0 through 9 in normal and upside-down perspectives from his point-of-view. This book is for: • new parents, grandparents or other caretakers who want to give their infant child a huge jump-start on his or her education; • the parents of the child that needs a helping hand with an understanding of numbers in general or with addition and subtraction concepts. Part 1 ends with your child learning how to: • verbalize and write out numbers up to 36 digits long; • perform real-world addition and subtraction. This book will get your child to understand Math, and therefore enjoy it. This book, as well as the other "Education from Infancy" books in the series, is available at Amazon.com and Lulu.com.


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"Look Inside" link: https://www.createspace.com/Preview/1... "Education from Infancy: Part 1 - an Early Start" is an extract out of "Education from Infancy: All 4 Parts". "Education from Infancy Part 1 - an Early Start" describes my very successful efforts at teaching Math and literacy to my grandson from the very earliest days of his infancy. For example, by the time he was "Look Inside" link: https://www.createspace.com/Preview/1... "Education from Infancy: Part 1 - an Early Start" is an extract out of "Education from Infancy: All 4 Parts". "Education from Infancy Part 1 - an Early Start" describes my very successful efforts at teaching Math and literacy to my grandson from the very earliest days of his infancy. For example, by the time he was 6-7 months old I had taught him to recognize and point out to me: • upper-case letters of the alphabet; • the basic numbers 0 through 9 in normal and upside-down perspectives from his point-of-view. This book is for: • new parents, grandparents or other caretakers who want to give their infant child a huge jump-start on his or her education; • the parents of the child that needs a helping hand with an understanding of numbers in general or with addition and subtraction concepts. Part 1 ends with your child learning how to: • verbalize and write out numbers up to 36 digits long; • perform real-world addition and subtraction. This book will get your child to understand Math, and therefore enjoy it. This book, as well as the other "Education from Infancy" books in the series, is available at Amazon.com and Lulu.com.

31 review for Education From Infancy (Part 1: An Early Start)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Nam

    I received this book through a giveaway, and I am impressed with the depth that the author goes into. I have not attempted these techniques yet, but I can see how the gradual pace exposes a child to skills that will help them in the future of their education. The author makes it clear that the book does not have to be followed to the letter, but any little bit helps. I look forward to trying these out for myself and will definitely read the other three books in the series. I believe that any par I received this book through a giveaway, and I am impressed with the depth that the author goes into. I have not attempted these techniques yet, but I can see how the gradual pace exposes a child to skills that will help them in the future of their education. The author makes it clear that the book does not have to be followed to the letter, but any little bit helps. I look forward to trying these out for myself and will definitely read the other three books in the series. I believe that any parent that cares about their child's education would do well to read this book.

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