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You may often hear that pre-school children shouldn’t, for example, learn to read.

They should be joyfully exploring nature.

This misses the point – they can do both. A properly formed activity, like ours, can be just as much fun as making mud pies. You child is born with more than enough brain cells to be highly successful. More than 100 billion!

It’s not the number of brain cells that determine usable intelligence but the connections that are made between those brain cells.

These connections are formed by the experiences and thoughts that you give your child by providing a rich, stimulating environment in the early years. The simple illustration says it all.