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"Homeschool for Babies and Toddlers" Righ Brain Education Program

homeschooling for babies and toddlers (1, 2, 3 years old)
Homeschool for Babies and Toddlers Program

When it comes to right brain education in homeschooling babies, you start your baby or toddler's homeschool program with flashcards activities.

Why flashcards for homeschooling babies and toddlers?

Flashcards are used as a form of sensory stimulation (visual and auditory).

Babies and toddlers learn by recognizing the pictures and also the words that are associated with them.

It is also a learning tool for memorization.

What are the types of flashcards for your child?

There are 2 types of flashcards:

  1. Math dots and numbers (1, 2, 3, etc).

  2. Picture and word flashcards.

  3. Words only (normally used for Phonics and Sight words reading).

So the above-mentioned flashcards are the types of flashcards you need to teach your child.

Is there a homeschooling curriculum for babies and toddlers?

The short answer is No. It is not needed. All early learning methods recommend a "freestyle" learning method.

It means teaching your child based on their interest. Especially at a very young age, there are 2 things you want to achieve for your child.

  1. To encourage the joy and fun of learning.

  2. To build a strong foundation in your child's education.

What is important is not the curriculum but the method of teaching. When teaching your child using flashcards, the method to use is the Right Brain Education method.

When is the best time to start teaching my baby or toddler?

From 6 months old onwards. If your child is already 1, 2, or 3 years old, and wants to start, flashcards are still an essential learning tool to teach.

How do you start your child's home learning program?

Our home learning program is called the Right Brain Education Library.

We have 34,740 flashcards and many right brain memory exercises for your child to learn at home.

There are flashcards on the subject of math, vocabulary, reading, encyclopedia, science, and many more.


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