‘Your Baby Can Read!’ is a programme which uses associations to get babies reading. It shows what the word looks like; it lets the baby hear the sounds of the word and it also shows a picture of the word in action. So using the senses of sight and sound, the child is being entertained by seeing all the pieces come together.
[UKPRwire, Wed Jan 13 2010] Did you know children as young as nine months are reading with “Your Baby Can Read”? A major promotion has just started in the UK with a TV campaign talking about this exciting Early Childhood Development programme. Current media tests are already showing a fantastic response to the campaign. Families from all backgrounds are finding out about the programme’s benefits. Parents, grandparents and carers are all looking for something which is engaging, playful and fun as a way to teach reading. Even families who do not have English as a first language are turning to ‘Your Baby Can Read’.
Learning to read can be fun, not a chore and it’s really just playing with words. ‘Your Baby Can Read!’ is a programme which uses associations to get babies reading. It shows what the word looks like; it lets the baby hear the sounds of the word and it also shows a picture of the word in action. So using the senses of sight and sound, the child is being entertained by seeing all the pieces come together. The colourful DVDs, sliding word cards and lift-a-flap books bring a whole new sense of fun to learning to read. ‘Your Baby Can Read!’ has now become THE essential fun learning tool for parents with babies or young children.
Developed by Dr. Robert C. Titzer, a recognised infant researcher and early learning expert, the programme follows well established research showing that children’s brains are best able to learn language skills in the first years of life. Introducing basic reading during this critical period makes the whole process of learning to read faster, easier, more exciting and interesting for the child. “The earlier a child is taught to read, the better they will read and the more likely they will enjoy it,” Dr. Titzer says. “I believe this is the key to success throughout their lives.”
www.yourbabycan.co.uk is running a promotion offering a 30 day money back guarantee. The kit includes 5 sequential DVDs with 5 matching Life-A-Flap books and sets of sliding word cards, 50 game word cards and 82 double-sided word cards. Also included are 3 free gifts, including a CD, DVD, and a window book. In addition to the DVDs and word cards, is a complete overview of the programme by Dr. Titzer which includes parent testimonials. “Your Baby Can Read!” is available for only £125.00 at www.yourbabycan.co.uk
See for yourselves – Babies Can Have Fun Too!
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NOTES TO EDITORS:
Some Benefits of Early Learning Skills
Reading is one of the most important skills a child learns.
According to a national panel of reading specialists, most of reading problems could be prevented by teaching reading skills earlier.
The brain may develop more efficiently for reading when a child starts early.
Early readers may have better self-esteem and enjoy reading more.
Reading is a key to success in school and throughout a child’s life.
About Dr. Robert C. Titzer
Robert C. Titzer, Ph.D., has been a professor, teacher and professional speaker on infant learning for 20 years. Dr. Titzer taught his own children to read as babies using the fun, multi-sensory approach that he developed. Dr. Titzer has become a recognized expert in the area of infant learning and his work has been published in several scientific journals – including the prestigious Psychological Review. He has spoken with U.S. Senators and other leading U.S. Department of Education officials on the importance of early learning. He also publicly interacts with parents and educators around the world, demonstrating fun learning activities that they can do with infants and toddlers to stimulate and increase brain development. Dr. Titzer has appeared on over 2000 TV broadcasts around the world.