Why use Your Baby Can Read (YBCR) to teach your baby or toddler to read? 4-month-old infants have more new language synapses than 4-year children The number of new language synapses peaks around 11 months of age Infants have tens of thousands of new synapses forming every second Infants learn patterns of language(s) without making […]
Articles and sub-categories: Overview: Early Literacy Milestones Learning to Recognize the First Written Word (Milestone 1) Learning to Read the First 50 Words (Milestone 2) Recognizing Patterns of the Written Language (Milestone 3) Reading Two- and Three- Word Phrases (Milestone 4) Learning to Read Around 200 Words (Milestone 5) Learning Phonics (Milestone 6) Reading Sentences […]
Multi-sensory learning means learning through more than one sensory system at the same time. In other words, what the baby sees should match what the baby hears. Other sensory information should match as well. According to Edelman’s Theory of Neuronal Group Selection, there are more elaborate brain connections when multi-sensory learning occurs compared to single sensory learning. Multi-sensory learning is good for visual learners, auditory learners, tactile learners, and physical or kinesthetic learners.
By Dr. Bob Titzer Multi-sensory learning means learning through more than one sensory system at the same time. In other words, what your babies see should match what they hear. Other sensory information should match as well. According to Edelman’s Theory of Neuronal Group Selection, more elaborate brain connections form when multi-sensory learning occurs compared […]
By Dr. Bob Titzer I have been answering questions about teaching babies to read for more than 22 years. We’ve noticed many misconceptions that people have, not only about our program, but about teaching babies to read in general. In this article, we explain some truths and debunk some myths about teaching babies to read. […]