Why should a baby learn to read?

Baby reading helps to stimulate baby's senses, and creates a life-long influence over baby’s attitude toward reading. Mums who teach their babies to read systematically enable their babies to learn a language with great speed and efficiency.


Auditory-visual learning

Learning and neural plasticity in early life are highly multisensory. Research has increasingly acknowledged the importance of multisensory interactions in early child development, and the topic of auditory-visual integration becomes critical for early childhood learning programs.


Photographic learning

Babies learn with super subconscious right brain. They are visual learners, constantly taking everything they see as a "mental picture" in their mind. This photographic learning process happens automatically and simultaneously through all their sensorimotor experiences.


Why Teach Baby to Read?

Language is the most effective means that parents have to convey knowledge to their baby. Parents, who read to their baby, give their baby the gift that last a lifetime. Children, who have been read when they are young, have a good understanding of language and possess faster mental processing ability, which make them outperform others and enjoy a successful school life.

Babies are linguistic geniuses. Teach babies to read creates simultaneous visual and auditory stimulations which develop the right hemisphere photographic memory capabilities, spatial skills, intuition and creativity. Comparison studies show that children who were exposed to reading during infancy have stronger abilities to learn with creative thinking and prominent visual and spatial abilities. They also show stronger mathematical skills, and can count up to 100 by one year old, while other babies can only count about 20 at two years old.