The pace of the modern world and the ever-increasing demands for the knowledge of first-graders children oblige their parents to engage in science with their children, literally from the cradle. I have repeatedly mentioned that due to a specific method. Kids in two years were fluently read or played music. So I became a mother. I decided to study my daughter comprehensively, but in such a way that she knew how to count and write by the first grade. Of course, these skills are not mandatory for first-graders, but everywhere children are taught to read already in the older group of kindergarten.
In order to choose the method of early development, I reread a lot of literature. I singled out for myself the following: the Montessori method and the Glen Doman method, moreover, I began to use them in combination. What is the difference between these methods? First of all, the Montessori method of early development is aimed at the full development of the child, as well as the development of his social skills and self-care skills.
And the method of Glenn Doman is, first of all, teaching early reading. The Montessori method involves natural, natural activities with the child: the development of hearing, visual perception, fine motor skills, as well as imagination, logic. The Montessori method of study includes smacking, drawing, playing with wooden and textile toys, and doing ethnic crafts.
According to the method, my daughter and I draw, sculpt puff pastry figures, play with wooden cubes and keys, make textile dolls. The method of Glenn Doman involves teaching the child to read literally from the first days of life.
The classes are based on the fact that the kid, who is repeatedly shown the word written on the card, remembers his spelling. For several months and even years of classes, the kid learns to read a word in any spelling in any spelling, and also lines of comparison of writing letters and syllables are formed in his head. Thus, the baby is able to learn to read independently without the traditional primer and reading syllables.
The technique of Glenn Doman found real confirmation in the classroom with my two-year-old daughter. We started to study in November, now the baby learns more than 30 words on self-made cards, and can read some letters in any book, on a label or in a shop window.
And she just loves the presentation of this technique on the computer. She can independently watch them, repeat the words, show them, and even press the corresponding button when it is necessary to continue the slide show.