How to give to the child encyclopedic knowledge

How to give to the child encyclopedic knowledge

What mom does not dream to grow up the clever, healthy, developed in every respect child? And there are mothers who not just dream of it, they do it. For this purpose from the earliest age they are engaged with children by the special developing techniques.

It is required to you

  • books,
  • knowledge of the developing techniques,
  • children's encyclopedias,
  • visits of library, joint with the kid


1. Get acquainted with Glenn Doman's technique. This technique is just developed for parents who seek to develop erudition and mental abilities at the child. The technique is rather simple, and its results are impressive. Make as the bigger quantity of cards with pictures is possible. Pictures have to belong to different fields of knowledge - animals, plants, natural phenomena, professions, household items, famous people, etc.

2. Select 10 cards relating to one section. For example, by the flowers. Show a card to the child and you say the name of the flower represented on the picture. Then mix cards, show again and now you ask the child to give names to images. If the child forgets any name, remind him. Then complicate tasks and show cards from different sections. If to be engaged responsibly, every day, then it is possible to achieve impressive results. Only it is important to begin classes as soon as possible. Because the child is younger, the easier he acquires new knowledge.

3. Add classes in Doman's technique with the developing games. Special emphasis should be put on the games developing memory. Since the erudition develops, including thanks to good memory. You can use game online, developing memory of the child. It is possible to find them on the special websites devoted to children's development. It is also possible to use "house" options of games. For example, play with the kid the known game "What Lay on a Table?" spread out several small objects on a table. Give to the child three minutes that he properly considered them and tried to remember. Then cover objects with fabric. Ask the child to list objects which are under fabric. Remove fabric and check what of objects he called what passed. Play until the child lists all objects. Then change a set of objects and start a game anew.

Author: «MirrorInfo» Dream Team