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Learning Stages

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"IT’S NEVER TOO EARLY — OR LATE — TO STIMULATE YOUR CHILD’S MIND"

At every development stage, from birth to toddler to childhood, parents and educators support the learning process with conversation, books, toys, and educational materials.

We have high expectations for our children — our young intellectuals can ask big questions, use big words, share big ideas, and give big answers by using TIC learning solutions at each stage of growth.

The Intellectual Baby

The Intellectual Baby (0-2 years)

Intellectual education is intense at infancy as babies explore the world with their senses and ideas begin to shape. Babies build knowledge by organizing, studying, and observing related objects, and thinking about where an object is in peek-a-boo. Even laughing to communicate joy builds knowledge in babies.

Babies are born with the innate ability to understand the laws of mathematics and science. Even as early as 2 1/2 months, infants turn to look at the sound (physical science) of a closing door and know that if two objects bump, one will move. By 3 to 5 months, an infant can track the number of moving objects (spatial ability), understand more or less (arithmetic), and see shape and color differences (geometry).

The Intellectual Toddler

The Intellectual Toddler (3-5 years)

The art of intellectual education should start as early as possible. At the toddler stage, we approach the first stages of intellectual education by building a strong word base and cognitive skills.

Geometric and arithmetic skills regularly used by toddlers include comparing, classifying, analyzing, and measuring. The scientific processes of sequencing and hypothesizing are demonstrated through observing moving objects, testing what object will follow, and guessing the next object in a pattern.

The Intellectual Child

The Intellectual Child (6-14 years)

At this stage, children read and write to deepen their intellectual base of information or background knowledge. They connect patterns and cycles using mega-learning skills — or in other words, they learn how to organize, study, abstract information, and communicate clearly.

Learning solutions are critical at this stage. Our learning solutions support this intellectual work by heightening curiosity and stretching imaginations. With this knowledge and curiosity, children can express a keen interest in open-ended questions.

The Intellectual Child asks and answers — "Why is the sky blue? What is inside the earth? Why do fossils generate energy?" and "What is the difference between a biome and an ecosystem?"

"OUR GOAL IS TO SHAPE INTELLECTUAL CHILDREN TO BECOME YOUNG ADULTS WITH BIG IDEAS AND ORIGINAL THOUGHTS."
 

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The Intellectual BookShop is an independent educational publisher and resource company committed to providing simple learning solutions for use at home or school.

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