Learning Begins At Home


As parents, we face the responsibility of providing our children with the best educational opportunities possible.

When is the best time to start learning your Child:
Children can start learning any languages during infancy and by six month can develop advanced language skills

Latest research

  • From birth to four months, babies are universal linguists capable of distinguishing each of the 150 sounds that make up all human speech
  • Infants are ready to learn any language they hear, but by six months they start to specialize in their native language
  • The power to learn a language is so great in the young child….they can learn as many languages as you can allow them to hear systematically and regularly as the same time
  • Around age three, children start putting words together into simple sentences and by the age six have experienced a vocabulary explosion of more than 10,000 words.
  • Neuroscientists have now confirmed that the brain’s greatest growth spurt draws to a close around the age of ten.

Why not just wait for school to teach your child

  • by the time school starts, your child will have missed valuable years when the ability to absorb new languages skills is at its greatest
  • most schools cannot provide enough of the multi-sensory
  • Not enough time is spent at school learning. It is a must to provide additional learning opportunities outside school and at home

Learning begins at Home

  • According to educational experts, children spend only 16% of their time in school
  • While in 84% is spent under hone influence. Learning does not begin when your child walks through the classroom door. Learning begins at home.

Way to success

  • Your child’s first school report isn’t assessing your child’s first few weeks in school, it’s assessing the first five years at home.
  • Either success or failure can become a life-long habit.
  • If children are successful in their first experience of going to school, they will probably be successful later in life.

The good start

  • A good start in school is so important to future success. But it doesn’t just happen! It depends on the home influence parents provide
  • Many busy parents are asking-“ what can we do to help our children prepare for school?” and “ what materials are available to help my child be better in school”

Some essential skill

  • Visual and observation skills
  • Listening and concentration skills
  • Early languages and reading skills
  • Early mathematical skills
  • Early manipulative skills
  • Self-help skills
  • Social and Emotional development
  • Concepts of position and direction
  • Concepts of color, texture and time


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