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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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Children Have a Rage to Learn0
Children Have a Rage to Learn
Published: September 12, 2014 | 2 minute read

What is a three-year-old really like as opposed to the way we adults believe him to be? Babies are born with a rage to learn. They want to learn about everything and they want to learn about it right now. Tiny kids think that learning is the greatest ting that ever happened. The world spends the first six years of life trying to tell them that learning isn’t the greatest thing in life and that playing is.

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You Are a Great Math Teacher0
You Are a Great Math Teacher
Published: September 11, 2014 | 5 minute read

What is the essential ingredient in successfully teaching your child mathematics? Special knowledge of the subject? An advanced degree? Tremendous facility in mathematical calculations? Not really any of the above. In fact, often parents are far better teachers for their young children than someone else with great knowledge of math. Parents are more likely to begin at the beginning. They teach one step at a time. They keep it simple and clear.

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Remembering Glenn Doman on his Birthday0
Remembering Glenn Doman on his Birthday
Published: August 26, 2014 | 2 minute read

We are celebrating the life of Glenn Doman today and we welcome anyone and everyone who wants to help us embrace the life of this wonderful man. Glenn Doman 26 August 1919 to 18 May 2013 95 Years Still making the world a better place every day. Ways to Celebrate Take a moment, write a birthday toast to Glenn then toast him. (He would love that) If you like, send us your toast.

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