You want your baby to be able to read, count and have the ability to acquire new knowledge easily.
How do you do that?
How do you make your baby smarter?
1. Start Early. Most of the early learning experts like Maria Montessori, Glenn Doman, Makoto Shichida, Ruiki Hemni, and many others agree that...
the earlier you start your child's early education, the easier it is to teach them. At the same time, the more your child will learn.
2. Be personally involved. Teachers, in general, ensure that all students master the basic skill or concept before moving on to another lesson.
You, on the other hand, can give your child a "one to one" attention. You can do class revisions and even customize lessons to maximize learning, and focus areas of interest and talents.
3. Patience. When teaching a baby, your patience is most important. Especially when your baby is able to craw (more mobile). They will be more interest in exploring their environment. One of the most important keys to good parenting is patience. Do not force your baby to learn. Observe and find the right/ideal time to teach your child.
Trust your instincts. As Glenn Doman says... "Mothers are the best teachers". As parents, you will know what is your child's interest or talents.
When you teach your baby, it must be FUN for your baby.
Let your baby take the lead.
If your baby likes math then do more math and if your baby likes picture flashcards then do more picture flashcards.
Discover the type of flashcards and other educational materials you baby or toddler would love to learn.