Teach Your Kids Math is a useful tool for those who are applying the method for early learning, created by Glenn Doman.
You'll let your child see some virtual flashcards with dots, following the steps of the same method. For a complete and official description and application of the method refer to the Glenn Doman's book "How to Teach your Baby Math".
Learning math will be easy and fun. Something to do with your child that will help him grows and discovers new things. Teaching math is the best way to start the child to a deeper and faster education.
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In the usual approach to teaching math we are used to recitals of sequence of (1, 2, 3…), then simple counting, then long and difficult process of weaning off fingers and teaching kids to do it in their minds. Glen Doman believes that there is no need for this long and difficult process. According to the research, children are born with an ability to discern quantity of objects by sight. Apparently all the kids are able to do it and lose this amazing ability if we don’t help them develop it. In order to do it, Glenn Doman suggests using large flash cards with dots, increasing the number of random dots on the cards gradually, getting children accustomed first to quantities, then to equations with those quantities, and finally even with sophisticated equations and even inequalities. Once children go through this introductory concept of quantities, normal numbers are finally introduced and tiny children continue enjoying sophisticated equations in the more traditional for us way.
Teach Your Kids Math provides the following features:
Fullscreen flashcards with numbers in dots or numeral format with shuffle option.
Fullscreen flashcards with the following equations both in dots or numeral format:
- Skip Counting
A fully customizable 9 weeks schedule with 3 sessions per day.
Record the pronunciation of the number using your own voice. The audio will be played when the number is shown or touching the center of the screen.
Quick Show: a rapid way to write a number or equation and show it to the child.
Child Lock: prevent any change (equations or number range editing, voice recording)