Bring Out the Genius in Your Child: Fun Activities to Stretch Young Minds from 0 - 11 Years

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Hamlyn, 2006 - Family & Relationships - 144 pages
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Geniuses are born every day. Unfortunately, most of them will never receive the depth of intellectual nurturing required to push that genius into full bloom. Designed to stimulate the learning response in newborns through age 11, these practical exercises and interactive activities can enhance a child's motivation and spur improved school performance. Examining how their children best learn new concepts enables parents to unlock impediments to academic success, and release the latent genius within. Activities are sorted by age-group, with concepts introduced using a proven methodology and covering such topics as color and pattern recognition, the physical world, mathematics, nature, reading and writing, using computers, and more, all communicated in a way that will bring out the best in every child.

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Ken Adams is a best-selling author and experienced tutor. He has coached students of all ages and abilities in different subjects, including school and university entrance examinations, for many years. A child genius himself, Ken also has first-hand knowledge of dealing with gifted children. Location: Manchester, UK

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