Teach Your Baby To Read

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Babies reading? Like many people, your initial reaction may be one of skepticism. But not only is it possible to teach your baby to read, it's also easy to do (easier than if you wait until your child is five or six years old). More importantly, your baby will love it!-

"I don't believe it!"
If you are skeptical about early reading, then this is the page for you. This is also the page for you if you are teaching your baby or young child to read and have to deal with the skepticism or outright criticism of friends, relatives and teachers.

Why teach babies to read?
If you think babies are too young to learn to read, or wonder why anyone would teach a baby to read, you might be interested in the article Why Teach Reading Early? Although teaching babies to read is fun, that isn't the only reason for doing it. Children who learn to read in their first few years of life experience long-term gains in reading ability as well as other spheres of life.

The top 8 myths of Early Reading
On this website you'll find a host of information about early reading, and the scientific research that supports it. Children who learn to read as babies experience long-term gains in reading ability, overall academic achievement, as well as many other spheres of life. What's more, the ability to read is a gateway to all the knowledge there is in the world.

The Whole Language vs. Phonics Debate
The worldwide debate about reading concerns not just  when  to teach reading , but also how to teach it. There are two main schools of thought - the whole-language school (which emphasizes the recognition of whole words), and the phonics school (which emphasizes the development of the skills needed to decode words).

For more on this debate, go to Whole Language Vs Phonics.

What are the learning methods for babies?
Your baby will not learn to read simply by you reading books to him. You need to start more simply - with single words, and frequent lessons of short duration. How you present them is up to you. Some techniques to consider are the flash method, multisensory method and Native Reading method.  

Why is early learning So Important?

  • The period from birth to age eight - and especially, from birth to age three - is a critical time in baby brain development.
  • This is because the first years of life lay the neurological foundation for intellectual growth into adolescence and adulthood.
  • From the moment of conception, the neurons (nerve cells) of the brain multiply faster than any other cells in a baby's body.
  • "Use it or lose it"


Babies are Linguistic Geniuses
Glenn Doman, founder of the Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential (IAHP), said it first: babies are linguistic geniuses. Doman points out that while learning to speak one's native language perfectly may be an everyday miracle, it is a miracle nonetheless;

What is  Right-Brain Learning?
Most people have a dominant hand, a dominant foot and a dominant eye. And so it goes for the brain, and for most of us, the left hemisphere is dominant.

Shouldn't I teach the alphabet first?
Babies can learn to read whole words without knowing the letters of the alphabet. However, children need to learn phonics in order to progress to phonetic reading (sounding out words). Some people think that children shouldn't learn to read whole words. We believe that it is beneficial to learn to read as young as possible, and that so long as children learn phonics before they start school, they will be fluent readers. For more on this debate, go to Whole Language Vs Phonics.

What if my baby doesn't enjoy reading?
Step back, and look at what you're doing. The cardinal rule of teaching babies reading - or anything else, for that matter - is to make it fun.

Isn’t Learning to Read Supposed to be Difficult?
Reading depends on the brain's ability to connect and integrate various sources of information - specifically, visual with auditory, linguistic and conceptual areas. This integration depends on the maturation of each of the individual regions, their association areas, and the speed with which these regions can be connected and integrated.

The Experts:

  • Glenn Doman
  • Every child has genius potential.
  • Key Principles of Early Education According to Doman
  • Makoto Shichida
  • The late Dr Makoto Shichida was a highly respected figure in Japan and around Asia. Outside Japan, early learning centers using the Shichida Method can be found in Malaysia and Singapore.

 

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  • Reading is one of the most important skills one must master to succeed in life. It helps your child succeed in school, helps them build self-confidence, and helps to motivate your child. Being able to read will help your child learn more about the world, understand directions on signs and posters, allow them to discover reading as an entertainment, and help them gather information.

 

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