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Becoming a Fulbright Scholar0
Becoming a Fulbright Scholar
Published: July 14, 2014 | 2 minute read

Student Fulbright Scholar - Hannah’s Success My daughter, Hannah, became a student Fulbright Scholar this week. As I reminisce about her journey to where she is now, I look back at how it all began. I have fond memories of her crawling track, Bit cards, homemade books, my own school in our home, the two courses I took at The Institutes to be designated a Professional Mother, and so many other wonderful ideas.

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Immunizing our babies against illiteracy: a prescription that could change the world0
Immunizing our babies against illiteracy: a prescription that could change the world
Published: July 10, 2014 | 2 minute read

Parents everywhere should rejoice that the science has finally caught up with the oldest and best-loved activity of parents and kids–reading together. For a half-century we at The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential have had the privilege of teaching parents about brain growth and development, and helping those parents to provide an enriched environment at home for their babies. The AAP and their partner organizations now recognize that it is parents who are the key to early literacy.

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Problem Solvers0
Problem Solvers
Published: July 6, 2014 | 1 minute read

Early Development Problem Solvers I attended the How To Multiply Your Baby’s Intelligence Course. This course was very interesting, very surprising, and worth it. I have five children. The first and most important benefit that occurred in our family as a result of this courses was the improved relationships between parents and children. We have much better communication now.Other important benefits we have achieved due to this course regarding the intelligence program are: high speed at reading and mental arithmetic.

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Summer Adventures0
Summer Adventures
Published: July 1, 2014 | 3 minute read

Summer is a time to explore, create, dream, and read. When I plan our summer program, I set specific daily goals, yet keep the schedule flexible enough for my children’s spontaneous curiosity to prevail. One morning as I prepared breakfast my girls discovered an ant nest. The rest of the morning was spent making an ant farm and studying ants. The girls drew pictures and wrote journal entries about the ants and their behavior.

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The American Academy of Pediatrics Writes a Prescription for Early Literacy0
The American Academy of Pediatrics Writes a Prescription for Early Literacy
Published: June 30, 2014 | 3 minute read

Early Child Literacy - Gains Recognition From American Academy of Pediatrics For the first time the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has issued recommendations on the importance of early child literacy these recommendations are welcome, of course, very welcome but long overdue. Learning begins at birth (or earlier), and that is when it is vital to begin offering intelligent and appropriate stimulation and opportunity. During this time, learning is effortless – the baby can learn absolutely anything that we can provide in an honest, factual, and joyous way.

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