How To Teach Your Baby Mathematics
Teach your baby mathematics
Little children love the language of mathematics, and parents can easily learn how to teach mathematics to their babies.
We discovered that babies could easily differentiate quantity without using numeric symbols. This led to our math program and eventually to the book How To Teach Your Baby Math. This book provides parents with a simple and clear daily program for teaching small children mathematics while simultaneously enriching their mutual love and respect. As in the case with reading, mathematics is not an academic body of knowledge but rather another language in which to think and reason.
This program shows clearly how easy it is to teach a little child the reality of quantity and the simple truth behind the symbols we use in mathematics. Even in homes where neither mother nor father have any particular fondness or skill in mathematics, babies can learn and enjoy math if it is presented logically and in a joyous and happy way.The Deluxe Program contains what every parent needs to get started teaching your baby mathematics.
This program includes these essential materials needed to get started:
- Dot Cards 0-100 on 11″ by 11″ sturdy poster board. This revised and updated program provides up to 28 equations on the back of each card.
- The revised and updated hardcover edition of the How To Teach Your Baby Math book.
- The 55-minute DVD of How To Teach Your Baby Math.
- How to Teach Quantity Recognition.
- How to Teach Equations.
- How to Teach Problem Solving.
- How to Teach Numerals. by Glenn Doman® and Janet Doman
This program provides parents with a simple and clear daily program for teaching small children mathematics. The authors show clearly just how easy it is to teach a young child the reality of quantity and the simple truth behind the symbols we use in mathematics.Purchase Now
What Parents Say…
My baby loves the mathematics program. It is amazing to see him do instant math faster than my husband! — Mother from Argentina
I have seen the results with my 11-year-old who grew up on this math program. This is without a doubt the most comprehensive mathematics program in existence. The program extends into high school and college level mathematics. To see elementary school students working on algebra and geometry typically taught to high school students is mind-bending. — Father from Philadelphia, PA USA
Can I go back to middle school and learn what these kids are learning? — Father, Neurosurgeon from New York, NY USA
K-8 students achieve incredible results when given a strong foundation in mathematics. Elementary students easily learn advanced algebra, trigonometry, and geometry typically taught in high school. What is most important to me is that my children won’t be afraid of math like I was; in fact, they love it! — Mother from California