Glenn Doman Method

Encyclopedic knowledge cards for babies. Glenn Doman’s method

With three kids in a tow finding time to update the educational materials that we use became quite a challenge. Yet I was asked a question recently about Encyclopedic Knowledge cards for babies, as as I was answering it, it grew into its own little post, rather then a few comment-words. Showing Encyclopedic Knowledge cards [...]

Matt Hudson’s Randomizer for Power Point is finally here!

Many parents have reported that the fantastic randomizer by Matt Hudson no longer is available at its original location: Matthew Hudson’s Doman plugin. So, now everyone who has problems with the original location, can download it from ChildAndMe: zip file “Doman”. The directions for installing it are inside the zip. It appears, that it doesn’t [...]

Book templates and Free mazes

I found some wonderful resources that I wanted to share. First of all: this site has fantastic collection of free mazes for kids. Various mazes, various levels, easy to print out and fun to use. I also used the idea from my favorite Montessori Yahoo group to avoid using a pen, but to trace the [...]

Baby physical development: crawling, creeping and brachiating

There have been so many questions and discussions regarding crawling, creeping and brachiating, that I thought it deserves a separate article. In Glenn Doman’s book How To Teach Your Baby To Be Physically Superb, there are few chapters devoted to these activities. The first one is crawling.   Doman recommends building a special crawling track for [...]

Newborn baby exercises materials. Doman’s method

The long due link for the files with Doman newborn exercises checklist and choice boards: Doman Newborn Baby Exercises Checklist Doman Newborn Baby Choice Board You can read more about systems that utilized those files here: Teach Your Child to be Physically Superb How Smart Is Your Baby? Let me know if you would like [...]

Ready to Read? by Vickie Glembocki. Article Review

Thanks to A.P.P. for sharing this! Review of “Ready to Read?” by Vicki Glembocki in the October 2009 issue of Parents magazine. The article is very helpful in that it encapsulates, in a relatively short space, all of the prejudice, confusion, and lack of knowledge that surrounds the issue of teaching kids to read at an [...]