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Tribute to Glenn Doman

The world lost a great man this week.  It has been an emotional time for me as I contemplate what this man has done for my family, and the depth to which he has touched my life.  I can’t imagine how different our family life would be if I had never heard of him, if […]

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Math Resources

I have been meaning to do a post on all of the different math activities and things that we have been doing and none of them seem to warrant their own post, so let’s have a math smorgasbord and look at everything briefly.  We really love math at our home.  🙂 As a follow-up to […]

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Review of Little Reader Deluxe materials

Little Reader is available only at www.brillkids.com Get 10% off with coupon code BKAFF13180 In a previous post I reviewed the Little Reader software, which is the meat and potatoes of this program.  It was $150, and for $100 more, you can get the Deluxe version with the physical products I review in this video.  […]

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Toys for Tots Early Literacy Program

I know that I have posted a lot about BrillKids lately, and I’m about to do it again.  They are such an amazing company and I really love them.  Today I’m going to tell you a bit about their charity arm. I have been reading some of Glenn Doman’s books again, and one of the […]

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Tribute to Your Baby Can Read

On July 16th, 2012, Your Baby Can, creators of the “Your Baby Can Read” and the “Your Child Can” series, was forced to close its doors due to legal battles with the organization “Campaign for a Commercial Free Childhood”. CCFC argued that babies can’t read, and accused YBCR of false advertising.  Although they have no […]

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Shichida Research

These recent posts about building memory have been accompanied by a spell of research and a renewal of fascination for what is being done in Asia.  Today I’m going to give myself a break in writing, and just share a few videos that I came across, if you’re interested.  Unfortunately, Shichida’s methods are a little […]

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Memory Magic Review

Note: I am in no way compensated for this review. I am not affiliated with “Accelerated Learning Methods” in any way. I simply love this product and I wanted to write about it. What is Memory Magic?Memory Magic is a computer CD from www.acceleratedlearningmethods.com, designed to help young children develop photographical memory and speed reading. There […]

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Crawling Track

Today I wanted to share some tidbits about how we use Glenn Doman’s crawling track in our home.  (As seen in Teach your Baby to be Physically Superb, and How Smart is Your Baby?) We have been using the crawling track with my son since he was about a month old.  Doman’s book mentions how […]

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Encyclopedic Knowledge

The Philosophy behind Encyclopedic Knowledge for children One of the funnest and most rewarding programs I have found is Glenn Doman’s “How to give your child Encyclopedic Knowledge”. The underlying philosophy is very simple. Children are learning anything and everything that their environment can teach them. As their primary link to the adult world, we […]

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Physically superb

Our experience with Doman’s “Physically Superb” program “How to teach your baby to be Physically Superb” is a book that has truly changed the way I interact with my children and how I view their physical development. Now it is a big part of our homeschooling program. I think some of the things he recommends […]

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