The Mega-Learning Skill Approach

In today’s society, children need a strong academic background to do well in school and beyond. Children that struggle with reading, organization, and learning new information will have difficulty mastering content as they continue their academic career.

While many parents recognize the importance of introducing their children to books and other learning materials at an early age, many have trouble understanding the most effective way to implement these resources. It can also be difficult for both parents and educators to find research-based educational resources that they can use to help a child succeed.

In order to combat these issues and help children take their learning to the next level, The Intellectual Child offers study guides, educational reference books, and other publications that will help children in each learning stage: The Intellectual Baby (approximately 0-2 years old), The Intellectual Toddler (approximately 2- 5 years old), and The Intellectual Child (approximately 6-13 years old).

These publications are a great resource for parents and educators to use with children because they provide age-appropriate instruction and practice for a variety of subjects and content areas including science, math, language arts, reading and literature, history, and geography. 

Each of these guides is organized in a way that allows children to truly learn and master the presented content, and they are geared toward helping children develop critical and conceptual thinking skills, build background knowledge, and boost their cognition. With genre-specific learning solutions, publications from The Intellectual Child are a simple way for teachers and parents to support young intellectuals.

Here are a few The Intellectual Child educational publications that you can use to help your child or student grow academically, build a strong foundation for future success, and thrive in the classroom:

Teach Me How to Read

One of the best ways to help your child develop strong reading skills is to introduce them to phonics.

Phonics refers to the relationship between different sounds and the way these sounds are spelled. Emphasizing phonics instruction is important because understanding the relationship between sounds and spelling is the building block for helping children “sound out” word