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Happy New Year to all our wonderful families 1/1/20150
Happy New Year to all our wonderful families 1/1/2015
Published: January 1, 2015 | 5 minute read

Hurt kids have taught us so much. Among the many things they have taught us is to pay attention to wellness. They have forced us to ask the question is average normal? When our hurt children could do things that average children could not do, they forced us to face the fact that average is decidedly not normal. Perhaps most importantly, they have taught us to dream big dreams. Is there a bigger dream than the dream of seeing a blind child see or a deaf child hear?

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Duke University Study Confirms Babies Can Differentiate Quantity0
Duke University Study Confirms Babies Can Differentiate Quantity
Published: December 18, 2014 | 3 minute read

Teaching Babies Math: Babies Innate Number Sense Predicts Future Math Skill Michael may be a baby but he is ready to learn the language of math New research from the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences supports the math ability of infants. “The use of Arabic numerals to represent different values is a characteristic unique to humans, not seen outside our species. But we aren’t born with this skill. Infants don’t have the words to count to 10.

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Your Baby Is Smarter Than You Think0
Your Baby Is Smarter Than You Think
Published: November 21, 2014 | 5 minute read

Smarter Babies and Baby Geniuses - Five Tips To Help You Catch Up 1. Provide stimulation and opportunity on purpose not by accident Smarter babies and baby geniuses. A birth a newborn baby is functionally blind, deaf, and insensate. These sensory pathways grow and develop based upon stimulation. The sensory pathways grow when appropriate visual, auditory, and tactile stimulation is given with the proper frequency, intensity, and duration. As an example, the newborn baby usually has a less than perfect light reflex.

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Shinichi Suzuki: A Treasure 10/29/20140
Shinichi Suzuki: A Treasure 10/29/2014
Published: October 29, 2014 | 4 minute read

Shinichi Suzuki is alive and well in 2014 in Philadelphia, Pa. and around the world. I dare say that his “Twinkle Variations” are being played some where in the world 24 hours a day every day of the week. Well, they had better be. Dr. Suzuki always said “the only day you do not practice is the day you do not eat!” In his lifetime he and his superb teachers taught well over 40,000 tiny Japanese children how to play the violin.

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Physical Excellence: Why does it matter so much?0
Physical Excellence: Why does it matter so much?
Published: October 2, 2014 | 5 minute read

Physical Excellence: Why does it matter so much? Physical excellence is the ability to handle any physical problem that comes along in a lifetime. This is our ultimate objective – one that we keep in mind in everything we do with our children and one that we hope will bring them great pleasure and, if need be, even save their lives. To achieve physical excellence we must keep our attention on the development of coordination, strength, endurance, fitness and the product of all of these are confidence.

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