Early Learning Foundations


Early Learning Foundations does include key math skills, but one of the main goals of the program is neuro (brain) development.  Strong pathways in the brain can mean the difference between a skillful or struggling learner.  These vital pathways can be thought of as highly developed highways moving information from the brain to the body.  It is called the Neuro-educational Approach.  These “neuro-highways”, or pathways, are essential for success in school and life!  With strong ‘‘neuro-highways’’, children can follow directions, stay on task, organize thoughts, retain information, develop fine and gross motor skills, utilize phonics, and really enjoy learning!  Early Learning Foundations (ELF) is so much more than a math curriculum.  Level one will not only expose students to math skills they will use the rest of their lives, but it introduces pre-reading and pre-writing skills.  Also included are activities to develop advanced auditory and visual short term memory.  These activities, along with the physical activities in ELF, will create ‘‘neuro-highways’’ in your student’s brain for lifelong academic success.  The program is based on three main keys to success with the Neuro-educational Approach: Intensity (strength of information coming into the brain), Frequency (how many sessions per day), and Duration (amount of time spent during each session and over a period of time).  It’s fun, it’s fast, and it’s a gift of brain organization and skills that will last!  Start your 3 to 4 year old on the road to success with this multi-sensory curriculum for early learners.  This program is also highly effective for children with learning difficulties or delays.  Don’t worry about learning a new curriculum.  DVDs are included to teach you how to take advantage of the program’s fullest potential!  Integrated throughout this program are the following concepts – 1 to 1 correspondence, number recognition (1-100), identifying number words (zero to twenty), recognition of sequential patterns, more and less, rote counting (1-100), identifying 11 basic shapes, number tracing/number writing, auditory and visual processing, lower level brain organization, introduction to story problems, fine motor development, pre-writing and reading skills, visual discrimination, higher level thinking skills, counting backward, and addition and subtraction readiness through finger math and picture math.

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Weight 5.8375 lbs
Dimensions 13.00 × 9.75 × 4.25 in