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  • By Nanako Kobayashi
    May 30, 2011
    My son and I played dots cards often since he was 4 months. Now, he is three years old and active and sometimes doesn’t need his parents. He is occasionally absorbed in his playing, and doesn't concentrate on the dots cards when we want to play it. If you played dots cards, you know, preparing it is rather troublesome. And, I know that we should show dots cards to him constantly after we played it again and again. So, I searched some methods, and then found this. When I’m looking at the PC and he sits on my knees, I show him those movies that are on the desk top for several seconds. He likes the movie of fruits especially, and watches it intently in a short time. It‘s very easy without preparation. He sometimes says, “One more time.” But it is the trick of stopping when the child wants to watch it a little more, I turn off the movie saying “Tomorrow we will watch it again.” There are numbers and math sign language and it takes less than 1 minute showing all parts for one day. I ’m... More > pleased with it as it is very easy and convenient. It is good that the four basic operations of arithmetic had been created, then we can use it for long years.< Less
  • By Kyoko Sugawara
    May 30, 2011
    “Wow, it’s great!” This is the first words that I saw from this learning material. 3 year old children can count numbers to 100 smoothly! They also can count in English! Ordinary 3 year old children can understand about to number 4. If they can count, it's only a little. However, children can count numbers to 100 easily with this program and both in Japanese and English. I was so surprised. It takes a long time that they can count to 100 when they enter the elementary school. The program isn’t difficult. Just playing the movies and sounds for only 3 minutes every day There wasn’t a learning method with sign language until now. It has originality. If the baby touches the numbers and English, it is hoped that the child’s ability will be higher up until they enter the elementary school.
  • By Yoshio Saito
    May 29, 2011
    I’m 63 and I have two grandsons of two years old. My parents lived desperately because it was the mixing up age after the war in my infancy. to be continued. Of course I didn’t get any education at all before I enter the elementary school. My parents left me alone. After I entered the elementary school, I didn’t know how to study and my grade was not good. I hated studying and school and then I spent times playing until I entered junior high school. The new teacher taught me the technique of studying in the new term of the second grade of junior high school. But it was too late to take the entrance examination and I abandoned the idea of going to college. I became an ordinary salaried worker. Are there many people who have had the same experience? So, I was searching for early learning material for my grand son. One day I found some teaching materials called ‘Baby Math Sign’ accidentally. It fits for me because I think that an infant doesn’t have a self, so they should learn... More > unconsciously. The infant’s brain absorbs all they watch and listen like a sponge absorbs water. Ms. Kazuko Sato’s Baby Math Sign has a program that offers learning in playing with long times again and again. It is programmed to learn naturally from the environment with watching and listening without enforcement. It’s wonderful! I’d like to present it to my grand son for his second birthday. Thank you very much.< Less
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Product Details

ISBN
9781257786466
Edition
First Edition
Published
May 25, 2011
Language
English
Pages
33
Binding
Saddle-stitch Paperback
Interior Ink
Full color
Weight
0.45 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
8.5 wide x 11 tall
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