Educational Clothing for Early Learning: The ABCs, Time Tables, Reading, Counting ... and much more ... Patterns placed upside down on t-shirts.
T-Shirts and other clothing with educational patterns and designs such as the ABCs, the times tables, reading, counting... and more... for kids. Also available: Book 1. The ABC Reader (for kids 4 months to kindergarten/first grade). Children learn to read, learn the colors, and learn to write. Book 2. Teach Your Baby: The ABCs and 123s (for parents) explains how to get your baby to recognize every letter of the alphabet and count to 20 by age 2! Book 3. Is Mathematics Your Worst Subject? (for high school and college students) Gives guides and tips on how to get an A for any mathematics course.
Twins.. wearing their book shirts!
Love these shirts from "My Book Shirt." The educational patterns are upside down, making it easy for children to view.
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At What Age Do We Introduce Our Children To Academics
When my daughter was 1 ½ years old, I took her with me to the laundromat where she quickly struck up a friendship with the six-year-old girl whose grandmother worked there. My daughter and the little girl started running around and immediately became a nuisance to everyone, so I suggested that the older girl teach my daughter some of the games that she knew. When she could think of any games right away, I said, “She likes the ABCs; you can teach her that.” The six-year-old then said, “I don’t know my ABC’s.” Her grandmother quickly confirmed that her grand-daughter indeed did not know her ABC’s! I immediately found a piece of paper and wrote Aa, Bb, Cc, Dd, and Ee on it and pointed to the Aa and asked the little girl, “What is this?” She had no clue! I was shocked! There are two-year-old children who know all the letters of the alphabet and much more, yet, here was a six-year-old child who knew none! I could not help but wonder what the future held for this little girl. My daughter, by this time (age 2), knew every letter of the alphabet!
It is somewhat common knowledge that some parents decide to let their children play for most of the earlier years of their lives, and then send them to kindergarten to begin learning the ABCs and the numbers. Children learn so much by the age of 9 months, that it is essential to begin teaching them the elements of the most difficult language, English, as early as possible. Although some will argue that it is definitely not important for a two-year-old to know the ABCs or to be able to count, children should be given the opportunity to learn as much as they are able to learn, as early as possible. It can be considered an abuse of their rights and privilege to learn, if we do not expose them early enough, to the language that they will most likely speak. You would help tremendously if you give them an early start. Psychologists have found that babies can learn complex tasks, so it is never too early to start them on the road to a healthy academic path. An early start at the academics will help children though kindergarten and throughout the school years.
I read a book for my daughter the day I took her home from the hospital, and started showing her the letters of the alphabet about a month later. By age 2 she was able to recognize and differentiate every letter of the alphabet, even when they were turned upside down! I achieved this by following the methods outlined in the book, "Teach Your Baby," available at www.mybookshirt.com.
mybookshirt.com Educational clothing: Early learning t-shirts with ABCs, t-shirts times tables, reading, counting for kids, parenting books, books for students, prepare kids for kindergarten, preschool and college.
Baby--6 mth old wearing ABCs Toddler Onesie. www.mybookshirt.com
Baby--6-month old--wearing ABCs Toddler Onesie
ABCs Chart for Kids - with Short Sentences on Back. Start at 6 months and continue through kindergarten and even first grade.
Times Tables Pattern --Placed upside down on shirts. Availavle times 1-6 for younger kids, and times 7-12 for older kids. Kids love this idea and are ready to learn from their shirts. Start them off early! Get yours today!
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