Preschool Education – Childhood Development – Kindergarten Education – Early Childhood Development

“How to give your preschooler an almost unfair advantage for amazing success and happiness in school… and in life… in just 20 minutes a day!”

YES! I’m ready to discover how to lay my children’s educational foundation so that they are equipped to reach their full potential… before they even set foot in school! w I understand that when I act now, I get instant access to both Part 1 and Part 2 of laying the right educational foundation.  Part 1 provides the framework to lay the right educational foundationis in a 55 minute MP4 video called “My Preschooler’s Success Guide” e-course, and gives me step-by-step information about the following:

Identifies the most important areas to develop so that I can properly lay the right educational foundation.

How to stimulate my child’s imagination and develop the skill to “think outside the box”.

development Furthermore, when I act now I also get instant access to Part 2  of laying the right educational foundation. Part 2  consists of all of the following four bonuses:

BONUS #1 – Complete Transcripts of the entire “My Preschooler’s Success Guide” program. I’ll get instant access to this fully edited PDF transcript.  The e-course is the basis to lay the right educational foundation.  It provides you with the information to create your child’s personal roadmap for success in school and in life. preschooler

child X c Ever wondered why nursery rhymes and fairly tales are so important?  They are important because nursery rhymes and fairly tales develop vocabulary. W Why is a well-developed vocabulary so crucial to being successful in school, and yes, in life? W It is because everything is taught using words; yes, even math and music! Although we use symbols in math and music, what those symbols represent were first explained to us through the spoken word.

The point is, if you don’t understand what is being said, you cannot learn anything! And to understand, you need a well-developed vocabulary.  Listen what Albert Einstein, one of the most brilliant people who ever lived, said about the importance of nursery rhymes and fairly tales as developmental tools:

PS - If you are a grandparent, you already know the importance of early childhood development. You know there is no easy button to develop the little ones.  If you are a parent, you may think the educational system in our schools or modern technology such as television programs will develop your child. x Please do a little research and you will soon realize that you, the parent, is the most important teacher during those precious first five years.  This is because learning can only take place where there is two-way communication: you and your child talking to each other.  Teachers in the classroom cannot give each child the same personal attention you can give your child, and with television programs there is no two-way communication.  Now, I know you have a thousand and...

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