When Does Homeschooling Really Begin Part 2

Dr. Jan Bedell continues with the second part of making your child's academic, physical and social life one of being organized, having good recall, being able to follow directions, and many other functional abilities that make life fun and rewarding.

Between birth and two years of age, a child’s brain grows at explosive rates. Learning to “input” information in the form of sensory involvement (auditory, visual, tactile, smells and tastes) can accelerate brain growth. This causes the development/ formation of proper neurological pathways, which resemble super highways. When the networks of super highways exist, the brain is able to take the most efficient route in accomplishing a task. You will learn to use those strategic moments in your day to help your infant be “home schooled” from birth.

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