Content and Objectives of Early Brain Stimulation Program
Babies exposed to thinking stimulation cards, have an edge when they are exposed to subsequent real image flash cards in the program, enabling them to grasp at a much higher and permanent level. Exposure of these cards strengthens baby’s ability to capture images, associate them with past memory and rapid recollection.
Stimulation cards that provoke thinking:
Stimulation cards are designed to enhance curiosity along with stimulating and building primary thinking skills for developing an edge in understanding, differentiating, and identifying images appearing in different sizes, colors, and orientations. Exposure to thinking stimulation cards empowers the baby to find multiple clues in their struggle to understand the new world around them.
An illusion card develops a baby’s ability to face challenges, and that gets further developed with every next level of illusion card.
Image cards to develop whole-brain thinking skills:
Babies exposed to thinking stimulation cards have an edge when they are exposed to subsequent real-image flash cards in the program, enabling them to grasp at a much higher and permanent level. Exposure to these cards strengthens the baby’s ability to capture images, associate them with past memories, and recollect them rapidly.
Word cards to memorize words as images and Starter level story books for easy reading
Word cards enable the baby to remember words as images much before he recognises the alphabet. Subsequent exposure of several word cards together enables the baby to understand the formation of sentences.
The beauty of these storybooks is that they are written with only those words that the baby has already been exposed to. At first sight, the baby finds the book familiar and can easily connect with it. This develops the baby’s affinity towards books and reading, resulting in increased concentration and focus. This plays a critical role in developing overall confidence in the baby.