Child Genius 101: The Ultimate Guide to Early Childhood Development

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"This book is on very solid research ground. It is filled with useful information for parents."

- Ray Reutzel, PhD, Emma Eccles Jones Endowed Chair, Distinguished Professor, and Director of the Emma Eccles Jones Early Childhood Education and Research Center.

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* Did you know that researchers can tell by the age of 4 which children will succeed in school and which ones won't?

* 95% of education spending happens AFTER the child's brain has been programmed for learning.

* Learn what you need to do today, beginning at BIRTH, to give your child the foundation she needs to be successful in school and life.

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Early Childhood Education and Development are fields of research that contain massive amounts of data and opinions. But what if there was one thing, one lesson, that was the first and most-important to know? Out of all the mounds of research, is there one thing that every new parent should know first about how to prepare their infant for school and life?

The answer is yes.

This book is based on the most ground-breaking research study ever performed in the field of Early Childhood Education and Development. It is the most-referenced and most-quoted study among the world of academia. The end result of the study was ONE major finding that proved to the world why children's brains are already hard-wired for learning by the age of four, and why teachers, schools and interventions couldn't close the gap after the age of four. (Hint: it's not reading).

Did you catch that? Researchers know which children will succeed or struggle in school (and life) by the age of four, long before any formal education is happening and long before the billions of dollars of government education spending are spent. These successful children's mental synapses and neural pathways are literally and physically different from their counterparts. These children's brains are hard-wired for learning, and there is one reason why.

But this book goes a step further than just telling you about the research. This book gives you daily lesson plans (a daily, weekly and monthly curriculum) to help you implement the findings of the research with your new baby, day after day. The book also includes over 100 fun activities supporting the curriculum, as well as lists of books, movies and other supporting material you can implement in your quest to educate and prepare your child.

You feed your child food every day for their physical growth and development because your baby cries when she is hungry.

It's time to start feeding your baby's brain every day, as well. You can't hear the pain and cries of mental hunger and malnutrition until years later, but they are real.

There are many companies claiming they can help increase your child's IQ. They can. There are a lot of companies selling fancy and expensive toys designed to help stimulate your child's brain. They work. But the first, most important, and least-expensive thing you can do for your infant is right here.

Start your baby off on the right path today!

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About the Author:

Phillip Chipping is the CEO and founder of Knowonder! Publishing, a company that focuses on early childhood education and literacy development in children ages 0-12. His love of bedtime stories and children led him on a path of discovery and adventure as he embarked on a personal mission to make literacy resources and bedtime stories available to all parents and children with no barriers.

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