Smart Baby by Karen Campbell

Give Your Baby or Toddler A Massive Head Start!

Smart baby

Do you know that the period from birth to age eight and especially, from birth to age three, is a critical time in a baby's brain development. This is an optimum time for children to learn. 'Smart Baby' tells you how to start teaching your baby, toddler or preschooler to read, using the flashcard and language experience models. You'll also pick up several ideas for teaching you little one pre-math concepts and this will also give your child a great head start and stimulate their brain. Physical development, in the form of gross and fine motor skills, can be greatly enhanced by a knowledgable parent providing activities and experiences for their baby and young child. 

Karen Campbell is a highly experienced teacher and parenting expert, who will show you how to help your child to develop to their full potential. Don't leave it all for the teachers at school! You'll be missing out on the best years of your child's ability to learn and expand their brain connections. Start giving your child the added advantage today.

About the Author:

Karen Campbell has taught hundreds of  children aged from 3 to 13 over the past 20 years. She has written a series of easy to read books on Parenting Skills. Topics include Confident Kids, How to Improve Your Child's Behavior Today, Communicating with Kids, How to Win Friends and Influence People for Kids, Smart Baby, Achieving Success at School and The Puberty Bomb.



Secondary Genre: EDUCATION / Parent Participation

Language: English

Keywords: teaching babies, babies, preschoolers, social skills, teaching toddlers, toddlers, teaching reading

Word Count: 14847

Sales info:

UK  Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #311,968 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

#83 in Kindle Store > Books > Nonfiction > Parenting & Families > Parenting > School-Age Children

US  Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #449,962 Paid in Kindle Store

Sample text:

Chapter 1...The Importance Of Early Learning

While there are arguments against early learning such as...children should be allowed to be children and there's plenty of time for learning when they go to school or that they’ll become bored in school if they’re taught too much too early…the benefits of early learning are just so high in number that it’s difficult to ignore them.

Early learning has the advantage of being the EASIEST time to learn. The main reason behind this concept is that the younger a child is, the less distractions there are which make it an optimum time to be teaching a child.

Although many parents have negative associations with trying to learn new tasks and this can also often be difficult and stressful for older children as well, young children have an innate interest and fascination in the world around them and a keen desire to learn.

The natural willingness and positive attitude towards learning that young children possess is another leading factor in the argument for early learning.

It’s obviously very important that babies and young children are allowed to play and have fun but the fact of the matter is that young children are constantly learning while they’re playing and they actually do gain great pleasure and enjoyment from their play sessions.

Playtime with our kids is a perfect opportunity for early learning and as long as they're enjoying it, it should definitely be encouraged.

Just remember that a young child's brain is like a sponge and that they absorb incredible amounts on a daily basis. As parents, we can do a great deal to help our children fulfill their potential, while also ensuring that the early learning process remains fun.




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