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Baby Doesn't Count
Your baby can count in his own special way! Astounding new research about babies’ ability to perceive quantity intuitively, show that babies as young as a few weeks old can learn to count. This baby app encourages the development of math in early childhood through simple dot flash cards for babies.
Children younger than three have an innate ability to know how many dots are on a given page. They won’t know how to read the number 68, but they will be able to perceive that there are 68 dots on a page, if trained to do so. Adults and older children have lost this ability. This innate ability is called quantity perception and this baby app to teach your baby how to count is based on research in this field.
You can use this baby app to teach your baby how to develop his innate ability to perceive quantity to learn how to count. It is one of the ideal games for baby to use to stimulate the development of math in early childhood.
How To Use The Baby App: Math Dot Flash Cards For Babies
The Infant Math Dot Flashcard baby app is a fun and easy game for babies. Use this baby app by choosing a time when your baby is alert and ready for stimulation. Simply slide through the dot flash cards for babies and allow your baby to listen to the recording of the name of number representing the amount of dots on the flashcard. It can be used from birth.
Features Of The Baby App: Math Dot Flash Cards For Babies
- Dot cards from 1-100
This baby app with flash cards for babies can help to raise smart babies! Remember: Your baby can learn to count in his own special way!
Note: The key to successful teaching is to stop before your child wants to stop. Hence, a 30 minute interval is implemented on this app. A "Re-flash Button" is added in case parents misclick or if babies look away. Please use this button sparingly and resist temptation to show your baby the same lesson twice. Lesson will display to 6-10 on the fourth lesson