This programme is specifically designed to prepare the brain for learning. It is geared toward children in nursery and in the early years of schooling.
Did You Know?
Natural neurological preparedness for learning usually takes place in boys between the ages of 8-10 and in girls between the ages of 6-8 years old. Unfortunately, most children begin studying at school before they are neurologically ready for learning. Many do manage on their own though some become mediocre pupils, never reaching their full intelligence potential. Others become ‘weak’ pupils who are generally defined as having learning difficulties. Those with specific conditions, such as dyslexia, tend to have a particularly difficult time which impacts on their self-esteem and self-image.
Traditional education has never really prepared us for learning. In actuality it is a system that constantly examines us, in connection with the material that we are given to memorize process and express in writing or orally.
How Do You Prepare the Brain for Learning?
Research in brain development has highlighted some fascinating new discoveries which emphasize the fact that the faculties of learning, thinking, attention, creativity and the ability to express our intelligence, are based on the well established development of sensory-motor skills.
Pre School Learning is a program that develops the networks of complex neuro circuits required to learn and express our intelligence. These circuits are physical entities and can be stimulated and developed using physical means. Our brains respond to training and exercises exactly as the muscles in our body respond. A child who completes this program is most unlikely to experience learning difficulties such as dyslexia in the future.
The program comprises 10-16 individual lessons, consisting of a structured series of enjoyable and amusing challenges, movements and games.