4 Posted by kagneuriunoke on 08 May, 2012 09:45 AM
Your Baby Can Read is surely an early language development
system for infants and preschoolers. Based on the exploration of
Dr. Robert Titzer, the DVDs employ whole reading and several
phonics to help little ones learn language patterns while in an
optimal time any time their brains are developing rapidly and they
are intensely focused on getting your hands on language
According to Dr. Titzer, babies can learn this patterns of
written language in the same way naturally and easily while they
learn the patterns of spoken language. Often though, babies are not
exposed to enough written language due to this learning to occur.
The Your Baby Can Read! system contains five DVDs which might be
focused on helping babies and kids up to five years old be able to
read by giving these a multi-sensory experience with heavy contact
While it's great, and proven, that the children ordinarily have
positive results, "reading" words and recognizing what there're,
but then I wonder whether or not it's actual reading or merely
memorization. And even I have discovered The Hurried Child by
simply David Elkin. I've never actually read the book, but I've
learned regarding the results/outcome of his book in several
courses throughout my education, K-12 and Uni.
The Your Baby Can Read program is founded on the fact that your
infant uses associations to discover new things. It will show them
what your message looks like, show them a picture of the word in
action, and let the child hear the sounds in the word in action
also. So using the feels of sight and sound, your child is staying
entertained by seeing the many pieces come together.
Ever wonder why kids can learn a whole new language MUCH faster
than you possibly can? Their brains are just tailored for learning
language superior to ours at that age, and there's no explanation
to stifle that. My kids are competent to excel in their schools
because we started at this kind of early age, and this makes fewer
severe headaches for me in looking to help them with their
I have seen the Your Baby Can Read infomercials hundreds of
times, but I was anxious to utilize it myself with my own toddler
to see the results.
I must admit, the Early Learning Workshop DVD that accompany the
program, which you are encouraged to see before beginning this
program along with your child, is VERY overwhelming. It is long and
unless you have a great attention span (I do not) you may well skip
the DVD, read the Parents guide and just get started.