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One of the biggest reasons a child falls behind in early childhood is because parents don't know the techniques to teach their child new skills.  

Achieving Brilliance at Home (How to Teach Your Child Almost Anything) gives you the tips and tricks that professionals use to help you keep your child on track. Act fast - don't wait until your child has already been labeled before taking their lack of progress seriously.

Topics covered in the book include:

WHAT IS A GOOD MOTHER?

The Art of Mothering...page 9
How to Uncover the Teacher that Lies Hidden in Your Mother's Heart...page 24
What to do if You are having a Tantrum...page 25

HOW TO BEAT THESE THREE COMMON PARENTING FEARS

·  Fear of Ridicule from Others...page 17
·  Fear of Teaching Your Child the Wrong Way...18
·  Fear of Our Own Negative Childhood Memories...page17

HOW TO ENHANCE INFANT AND TODDLER DEVELOPMENT

Activities to Help Your Infant Learn Basic Skills...page 63
The Six Steps to Learning to Walk...page 69
Useful Overview of Early Childhood Essential Skills...page 10
How to Help Your Toddler Learn to Talk...page 70
Easy Tricks to Improve Your Young Child's Behavior...91
Quick and Easy Ways to Motivate Your Young Child...pages 34,91-97

COPING WITH THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM

The Quick Way to Decode Educational Jargon...page 44

INSIGHTS INTO EARLY CHILDHOOD LEARNING & HOMESCHOOLING

The Eight Learning Styles of Children...28
The Ultimate Guide to Early Homeschool Activities...35, 103
How to Create Your Own Early Childhood Teaching Materials, Themes and Lesson Plans...page 35
Attitude Checklist for a Homeschooling SuperMom...page 209

SPECIAL BONUS - THEME MATH PARTY IDEAS

·  Alice in Wonderland & Math Problem Solving

·  African Safari Rescue & Decimal Quest

·  Valley of the Kings & The Geometry Curse

·  Alien Sock Hop & Martian Measurement

·  The Last Amazon Tribe & Probability and Statistics

·  Greek Mythology & The Hercules Fraction Flip
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See below for more information on:

WHAT IS A GOOD MOTHER?

HOW TO BEAT THESE THREE PARENTING FEARS

HOW TO ENHANCE INFANT AND TODDLER DEVELOPMENT

COPING WITH THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM

INSIGHTS INTO EARLY CHILDHOOD LEARNING & HOMESCHOOLING

​...and much more.


I don’t understand why my mom has taken me out of school. Everybody loved me.

My teachers were excited about me going to a special school next year.

Our class had weekly field trips to McDonald’s and Walmart. Nobody ever made me do things I didn’t want to do or anything. I loved riding my special bus in the mornings.

Why would she be so mean as to pull me out of school? She even pulled my little brother out and he’s gifted. Why can’t she just let us have a normal life?

She did this to us when we were younger too.

I still remember some of the games she came up with but, to tell the truth, they were kinda fun.

When I was learning to count, she would pull out a little case that had a bird’s nest, eggs, and 10 cards. The game was to put the same number of eggs in the nest as the number on the card. It was fun and easy after I got the hang of it.

There was also a song to learn the sounds that letters make. We would draw a card, sing the song for the letter sound, say the name of the picture and put the card through a slot in a little box. Wow, it was so much easier for me to pronounce words after I learned how to read.

The Secret Life of the Homeschooled 
Child with Autism
It was hard for me to remember the names of things around the house at first. But then she got us a little doll house with furniture (like my play therapist had). She would hand me a chair and then we’d run all over the house and I’d touched the toy chair to ever real chair we had in the house saying “chair” at each one.

There were special cards for things like the refrigerator that she’d keep with the dollhouse. I’d touch the card to the dollhouse refrigerator and then run the card to the kitchen and touch it to the refrigerator. “Refrigerator” was a hard word for me. I remember she would say that word in a very silly way like a song — “re-frid-ger-a-tor.”

Oh, well, summer's over and here I am at my first day of being homeschooled again. Homeschooling (public school at home) is free in my state and they sent us lots of supplies like a rock collection and books. She showed them to me but she didn’t let me play with them. She said I had to wait until I did each lesson.

I’m really excited that I’ll get to do my lessons on the computer. There are lots of videos and play games for each lesson. She used to make me do the online videos and activities from my textbooks when I went to regular school. It would make me so mad that she make me do extra work at home. My teachers didn’t think I needed to do any extra work.

I didn’t realize that we would be going to the pool at the college every morning before school. My brother and I both love swimming. And the locker room’s really cool.

Maybe this won’t be so bad. She said that we’ll go to the Carlos Museum when we learn about ancient cultures.

I hope she keeps her promise.

Jack