Early Literacy in Children...Proven Path to Success

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For every parent who wants the very best for their children, there is one gift designed to provide higher self-confidence, better academic results and life-long achievement--early learning skills. Numerous infant studies have proven that early readers have more confidence, higher self-esteem and generally perform better in school and later in life. According to a national panel of reading specialists and educators, most of the nation's reading problems could be eliminated if children began reading at an earlier age. Dr. Robert C. Titzer is an expert infant researcher who has taught tens of thousands of babies and toddlers worldwide to read for nearly twenty years. He says the current practice of starting to teach reading skills in Kindergarten is too late. "A child has only one natural window for language, from 3 months to age 5. The earlier a child is taught to read, the better they will read and the more likely they will enjoy it..." Produced for Your Baby Can Read

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