Some brief overview of this book
Want to raise brilliant kids? It's easy! You just have to spend an hour or so a day doing formal instruction from the time they're a few months old...
OK, and maybe a few other things. But that's the core of it. In this tell-all book, homeschooling mother, Elise Brown, explains in a easy-to-read ebook, how to train your children from a very young age to be expert learners Want to raise brilliant kids?
It's easy! You just have to spend an hour or so a day doing formal instruction from the time they're a few months old... OK, and maybe a few other things.
But that's the core of it. In this tell-all book, homeschooling mother, Elise Brown, explains in a easy-to-read ebook, how to train your children from a very young age to be expert learners by creating a family culture of learning in your home. That way, your children will spend a good deal of their free time happily learning on their own and practicing the things you taught them.
They will also become lifelong learners who see knowledge and useful skills as very desirable. And the proof really IS in the pudding! Elise's children, Charlotte, Mac, and Alice, currently 6, 4, and 18 months are all three voracious little learners.
Mac is almost 5 years old. By age 2 he was reading. At 2 1/2 he memorized the periodic table.
By three, he had memorized every country on the globe plus all 50 states and their capitols. By 4 he was teaching himself piano using free, online resources. Today, he plays "Ode to Joy" two-handed and enjoys transposing it into other keys.
Did I mention he's four? I know, you're thinking, "Yea, but it sounds like Mac is gifted - my kid's not gifted". Here's the deal, Elise is acting as if her kids ARE gifted, and they all three are rising to her expectation.
If she can do it, you can too! Sure, if Mac were the only one doing crazy genius things for a kid his age, we might agree that, yea, he's some kind of child prodigy, but his older sister is no slouch herself. Charlotte has taken to reading with as much gusto as Mac has taken to the piano.
She reads through-out the day and at least an hour every night - for fun! She's read the book series "How To Train Your Dragon" and "Heroes in Training". She's read "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory", "Charlotte's Webb", and the abridged versions of: "Around the World in 80 Days", "Anne of Green Gables", "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea", and "Journey to the Center of the Earth".
She got interested in mythology and has read all the Greek and Roman mythology books in the youth section of their local library including abridged versions of "The Odyssey" and "the Iliad". Did I mention she's only six? Elise begins her book explaining how the whole thing got started.
"My dad always said, 'Kids are little learning machine's and who better to feed those little machines information than their own mother?" That idea sparked a journey that is now bearing sweat fruit. She sums it all up this way: "When we started teaching our kids using the Enchanted Education method, we believed it would work well but we have been completely blown away by just how much success we have had... we have been able to nurture enchanted children. Children who are bright and curious about the world.
Children who love to read, explore, and make discoveries. And we've had a whole lot of fun along the way".
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