ISBN 978-1-62137-195-3

106 pages softcover


Whenever we learn something new, regardless of age, we need to exercise our sense of touch in combination with other senses, like vision and/or hearing. We need repetition in order to retain the information or skill we are willing to acquire.

A consistent, non-threatening attitude of the adult will keep stress levels down and the learning environment at an optimum.

What is required from parents?

  • Willingness to observe how small children learn.
  • Consistency sets the scene for children to practice without the need for punishment.
  • Patience and careful demonstration are the art and the skill of the parent, for it will lead, in many cases, to voluntary practice by the child.

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