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by Glenn Doman

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ISBN:
0971131724
Author:
Glenn Doman
Category:
Parenting
Language:
English
Publisher:
Gentle Revolution Press (August 25, 2001)
Pages:
396 pages
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1842 kb
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1258 kb
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1941 kb
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Rating:
4.6
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Doman, Glenn J. How to multiply your baby's intelligence : more gentle revolution /by Glenn Doman, Janet . Consider next the revolutionaries-as unlikely 2 HOW TO MULTIPLY YOUR BABY’S INTELLIGENCE The Gentle Revolution 3. a bunch as can be imagined

Doman, Glenn J. How to multiply your baby's intelligence : more gentle revolution /by Glenn Doman, Janet Doman. p. cm. - (The gentle revolution series) Includes index. a bunch as can be imagined. There are three groups of them.

Glenn Doman and Janet Doman offer funny and inexpensive way of teaching the baby to read, math, and encyclopedic . I also recommend "How to Teach Your Baby to Be Physically Superb" by Glenn Doman in addition to this book. 8 people found this helpful.

Glenn Doman and Janet Doman offer funny and inexpensive way of teaching the baby to read, math, and encyclopedic knowledge by means of special inventory. For math, it is cards with big red dots indicating a real quantity. For reading, it is cards with printed words.

Start by marking How to Multiply Your Baby's Intelligence as Want to Read . It's a summary of 3 other Doman books, 1. How to teach your baby to Read, 2. How to give your baby Encyclopedic Knowledge, and 3. How to teach your baby Math.

Start by marking How to Multiply Your Baby's Intelligence as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. However it doesn't say how to fit sessions from these 3 areas to a day schedule. As I have read the first 2 books already, i found this one bit repetitive. Can be used as a summarized notes for quick references.

GLENN DOMAN founded The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential in Philadelphia in 1955. She is a co-author of the book How To Give Your Baby Encyclopedic Knowledge and How to Multiply Your Baby’s Intelligence. By the early sixties, the world-renowned work of The Institutes with brain-injured children had led to vital discoveries about the growth and development of well children. For a half-century Glenn Doman and the child brain developmentalists of The Institutes have demonstrated that very young children are far more capable of learning than we ever imagined. 5 people found this helpful.

How to Give Your Baby Encyclopedic Knowledge shows how simple it is to develop a program that cultivates a. .As a result, the books written by Glenn Doman, founder of this organization, have become the all-time best-selling parenting series in the United States and the world.

How to Give Your Baby Encyclopedic Knowledge shows how simple it is to develop a program that cultivates a young child's awareness and understanding of the arts, science, and nature-to recognize the insects in the garden, to learn about the countries of the world, to discover the beauty of a Van Gogh painting, and much more. Format Paperback 396 pages.

How To Multiply Your Baby s Intelligence provides a comprehensive program for teaching your young child how to read, to understand mathematics, and to literally multiply his or her overall learning potential in preparation for a lifetime of success. The Gentle Revolution Series: The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential has been successfully serving children and teaching parents for five decades. Its goal has been to significantly improve the intellectual, physical, and social development of all children.

How to Give Your Baby Encyclopedic Knowledge shows how simple it is to develop a program that cultivates a young child’s awareness and understanding of the arts, science, and nature-to recognize the insects in the garden, to learn about the countries of the world, to discover the beauty of a Van Gogh painting, and much more.

Learning begins at birth or earlier, say the authors, not when formal education begins at age six. They draw upon nearly a half a century of search and discovery to show that mothers are the world's best teachers and that tiny children can learn virtually anything they are taught in an honest, factual and joyful way.
  • Mariwyn
This book contains amazing information that every parent should read. We have implemented the information and our little guy is growing like crazy in his math, reading and knowledge. Of course no way to know how he would have been without the info in this book but I credit much of his amazing growth to what we learned in this book and the materials we bought from the publisher to help in teaching using the concepts in the book. I have started giving this as gifts to new parents because if there is one thing that can change a child's life this book is it.
  • Malanim
This book is about 400 pages long, but only about 100 pages is truly about "how to multiply your baby's intelligence." The other 300 pages are really written as a justification and testimonial about why you should teach your baby. Personally, I didn't need that much convincing and was more interested in the practical strategies of teaching. The three chapters on teaching, "How to Teach Your Baby to Read," "How to Teach Your Baby Math," and "How to Give Your Baby Encyclopedic Knowledge," were pretty much taken right out of the books by those names. I would much more highly recommend those books, as they include more information on how to teach those specific areas (and also include some convincing if you need it).

However, these books present the material as if you will only be teaching that subject. I had hoped that this book would give strategies on how to combine teaching all these areas, but it really didn't. The only thing it said was to start with reading, then add encyclopedic knowledge, then add math (literally one sentence without any further explanation). It did not have practical information like how many sessions total is appropriate for a baby. For instance, the reading chapter has you do 15 sessions a day. The encyclopedic knowledge section has you do 30 sessions a day. The math section has you do 9 sessions a day. If you did all of that, you'd be doing 54 sessions a day--obviously impossible if you had to space them out as you're supposed to. A chapter is clearly missing from this book on what a home program with all of these areas should look like.

If you buy all of these books (How to...Read, How to...Math, How to...Knowledge, How to Multiply), you will find a lot of repetition, as each book makes its case for why you should teach your baby. If you haven't bought any of the books in this series and are curious about teaching your baby, but you aren't sure you should or that it's possible, this book is a good place to start. But if you already have, let's say, "How to Teach Your Baby to Read," and are hoping to get some new insights here--you won't. Just stick with what you have or go ahead and get another book, like "How to Teach Your Baby Math," as opposed to buying this.
  • GYBYXOH
This book is a compilation of three books by Glenn Doman "How to Teach Your Baby to Read", "How to Teach Your Baby Math" and "How to Give Your Baby Encyclopedic Knowledge". You can buy these three books instead of this one. If you already have these three books, "How to Multiply Your Baby's Intelligence" won't give additional value.

Initially I was skeptical about teaching my 18-month daughter to read and math, but found out that that Glenn Doman and Janet Doman have discovered the completely different method of teaching babies, not the same that is using in junior schools. Their method suits for a baby from zero moths old, i.e. from birth. The are three lessons per day, each lesson last fifteen seconds and give such a joy to the baby that she woke me up in the mornings asking me to teach her math. When she hears my steps when I return from my job, she runs to me to teach her math. The babies CAN and WANT to learn!

The babies are eager to learn, they want desperately to learn everything they can, as quickly as possible, but the adults are often fail to provide for the babies the adequate opportunity of learning.

Glenn Doman and Janet Doman offer funny and inexpensive way of teaching the baby to read, math, and encyclopedic knowledge by means of special inventory. For math, it is cards with big red dots indicating a real quantity. For reading, it is cards with printed words. For encyclopedic knowledge, it is cards with images.

A few words from my own experience on producing the inventory: don't even imagine of cutting the cards or the red dots by you. Order the empty cards of the specified size in a nearby company, which prints business cards. For math, order five thousand 0.75-inch sticky red circles cut by a plotter on a roll of ORACAL in a nearby company, which decorates the shop windows. The authors do not emphasize on ORACAL, but my experience shows that the process of putting the circles to the cards should be much easier then. You can even give the baby to put the dots to the cards. It will develop the fingers.

I also recommend "How to Teach Your Baby to Be Physically Superb" by Glenn Doman in addition to this book.
  • Dibei
"The Gentle Revolution" says it all. If you are someone who really wants to make a profound difference in this world, this book is for you. Hopefully, you are also someone that sees the value in having children (the number is up to you). This is critical information for all of humanity.
Later editing of my review: I don't know why people are afraid of this perspective or information. It isn't about pressuring your kids to become early geniuses. It's about maximizing your potential as a parent in what you can offer your child. It's about creating greater connection- which can only help enhance your child's abilities and love of learning. It's exposing some beautiful truths about the amazing nature of the early developing brain. Just open your mind and read the book!
  • Ceck
This really works... My two Boys were reading at 1 1/2 years. This book was originally written years ago. My two boys ended up at Yale, Cornell and Stanford. Requires commitment.
  • Granigrinn
I used the information in this book with my own children, and the program worked so well that I have ordered it for the two of them that are expecting. I hope that they use it with their own children.