We’re positively thrilled to announce that Dr. J. Richard Gentry will become a contributor to the BrillKids Blog! A former University professor and elementary school teacher, Dr. Gentry brings to BrillKids over thirty years of experience in the field of early education. He is also the author of many books including Raising Confident Readers: How to Teach Your Child to Read—From Baby to Age 7.
It’s been quite a while since my last blog post. In fact, over the past few months, I haven’t even been able to be very active on the Forums either. What have we been up to? Quite a lot! US Infomercial The main thing that has been occupying my time, since the beginning of this [...]
As promised in an earlier blog post (Why I Avoid Classical Piano Teaching For My Daughter), here is an update on Little Musician. Over the recent weeks, we’ve been working feverishly hard to get this out. One reason Little Musician has taken so long is that we kept wanting to add more features to it [...]
I’d like to give some updates to two of the earlier blog posts that I made. 1. “COMMON CRITICISMS” One of my first blog posts looked at the criticisms frequently leveled at the idea of teaching babies to read: “Common Criticisms Of Teaching Babies To Read” I’ve since added a new frequently-heard criticism that I [...]
Welcome to the BrillKids Blog! We’ve been meaning to have a corporate blog for a while, but never got round to it – that is, until now! Contributing to this blog will be members of the BrillKids team, including myself (Founder and CEO) and Lappy (Vice President), and it will cover areas such as: Early [...]