Wednesday, March 2, 2011

My Baby Can Read

I had the great privilege to receive and review the entire Your Baby Can Read program.


I received the program several months ago now and have tried to work with Noah each day utilizing the program.



What Makes Your Baby Can Read!® So Special?

A baby's brain thrives on stimulation and develops at a phenomenal pace...nearly 90% during the first five years of life! The best and easiest time to learn a language is during the infant and toddler years...when the brain is creating thousands of synapses, or connections, allowing a child to learn both the written word and spoken word simultaneously.
Seize this small window of opportunity to enhance your child's learning ability with the Your Baby Can Read! Early Language Development System.


Benefits of Early Literacy

According to Your Baby Can Read! developer Dr. Robert Titzer, the current practice of starting to teach reading in school is too late. When children develop reading skills during their natural window of opportunity, from about birth to age four, they read better and are more likely to enjoy it.
In fact, studies prove that the earlier a child learns to read, the better they perform in school and later in life. Early readers have more self-esteem and are more likely to stay in school. Meanwhile, a national panel of reading specialists and educators determined that most of the nation's reading problems could be eliminated if children began reading earlier.




Uploaded with ImageShack.us



My Review

Unfortunately, although a lot of research went into the production of this system, Noah was just not interested at all.  The only part that he took some interest in, was the sliding cards, but really refused to watch the videos.  

I have found, with Noah, that he prefers to read physical books, than to watch television in general.

I'm sure that this program works quite well for others, but unfortunately, it was not the best program for Noah.

0 comments: