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Developing The Early Learner is the Best For Pre Readers

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Do you have a child at home that’s between the ages of 2-6? If you do this might be perfect for you and your child. I was first introduced to the  Developing The Early Learner books about 9 years ago when my middle boys were preschool age. I was looking at homeschool curriculum and happened upon this great set of workbooks. We have been loving them ever since and all of my kids have really enjoyed them. Today I am sharing why we think this series is great for all children.

Developing The Early Learner is the Best Series for Pre Readers, Homeschool Curriculum for Preschool and Kindergarten, Boosts IQ, visual, auditory, motor & comprehension skills

Developing The Early Learner is the Best For Your Pre Readers

 

Developing The Early Learner is the Best Series for Pre Readers, Homeschool Curriculum for Preschool and Kindergarten, Boosts IQ, visual, auditory, motor & comprehension skills

Developing the Early Learner is designed to provide your child with a complete program in perceptual readiness. It has been proven that children learn in stages and without a strong base other skills eventually weaken.

This is a program perfect for the pre-reader through the early reader. They will get the foundation skills needed for successful learning in the future.

Developing the Early Learner focuses on visual, auditory, motor, and comprehension for your child. It uses a very gentle progressive sequence of fun activities. This proven system boosts these important skill areas through 245 exercises in four workbooks.

Bells was so excited about these when I first showed them to her she has been asking to do them everyday. We are almost finished book 2 and going strong.

These workbooks are very easy to use and there is no prepping on your part. Just open and go.

Each workbook contains a tracking chart for you to record how your child does with the different skills. Even if you usually aren’t into scoring or testing your child, this record sheet allows you to see your child’s progress as you work through the books.

Developing The Early Learner is the Best Series for Pre Readers, Homeschool Curriculum for Preschool and Kindergarten, Boosts IQ, visual, auditory, motor & comprehension skills

An example of some of the skills developed in Level 1 are:

Motor

Left to right tracking

Hand-Eye

Patterns

Visual

Similarities

Memory

Figure Ground

Auditory

Similarities

Memory

Rhyming

Comprehension

Associations

Sequence

Language

Research has proven that perceptual training with young children can increase IQ. And I know if you are here you want the best for your child.

 

Developing The Early Learner is the Best Series for Pre Readers, Homeschool Curriculum for Preschool and Kindergarten, Boosts IQ, visual, auditory, motor & comprehension skills

The thing is these are way more than a workbook… Each lesson has a purpose and a skill that is used. Developing the Early Learner is a wonderful easy to do series for you and your children to enjoy.

Developing The Early Learner is the Best Series for Pre Readers, Homeschool Curriculum for Preschool and Kindergarten, Boosts IQ, visual, auditory, motor & comprehension skills

Developing the Early Learner comes in the Kindergarten Curriculum Kit from Timberdoodle and can also be purchased separately. We are huge fans of Timberdoodle and all of the wonderful hands on learning they promote. Check them out here.

 

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