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Einstein Never Used Flashcards: How Our Children Really Learn--and Why They Need to Play More and Memorize Less

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 4, 2009

    Great book to help understand what really helps children grow and learn

    Actual studies and details about what children like, learn best with, etc. It also helps understand that parents don't have to buy every toy or developmental activity out there in an effort to make their child the next genius. Play is how they learn, how they figure out their world and how parents can most help their children. Enjoy!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 23, 2009

    Very useful for any parent.

    This book is a great and enlightening read for any parent who wants to know more about how their child learns- and how the value of proper play can affect it. Highly recommend. Especially if you're the "flashcard" type of parent.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 14, 2008

    Read this book!!

    Attention Parents!! Read this book. Stop overscheduling your children and allow them to PLAY! This book was really informative and an overall easy read. I have recommended this book to many parents and they have told me it's a great book they've read regarding their children, especially pre-school aged. There is so much pressure nowadays for parents to make sure their children are already reading, writing, and speaking 3 languages by the time they are three years old! When you don't allow kids to play and explore on their own natural curiosity, the end result is kids being academically burned out by the time they're barely 10 years old!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 11, 2006

    A Must Read

    This book is a must read for todays parents, who feel pressure to give their children every advantage academically before they even enter pre-school. After reading this book, you will be able to say no to all the videos, DVD's, flash cards, etc, that are created to make your children smarter. You will understand the studies that started this trend, and most importantly you will understand how they have been exagerated and configured by retailers to create this million dollar business.

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