SLOW AND STEADY GET ME READY is a highly recommended early childhood developmental parenting resource that has achieved recognition in both the educational and medical communities. This resource was awarded the seal of approval from The National Parenting Center and is listed in the Head Start Education Resource Directory. The Harvard Family Research Project recommended SLOW AND STEADY GET ME READY to the United States Department of Education, where it appears in the Educational Research Information Center (ERIC) database and the CLAS Early Childhood Research Institute Office of Special Education Programs.
SLOW AND STEADY GET ME READY has been endorsed by Mary Pride, a leading home-school educator and author. This guide has been listed in the Journal of the American Medical Association as a pediatric reference. SLOW AND STEADY GET ME READY has also been recommended by pediatricians and it has been used by hospitals and churches in birth and family education programs. In addition, The Well-Trained Mind: A Guide to Classical Education at Home and the October 2000 issue of Your Baby, a South African magazine, have endorsed this valuable 352-page parenting book.
An excellent article on SLOW AND STEADY GET ME READY is found in The Washington Post (Style Plus, May 20, 1997).
SLOW AND STEADY GET ME READY has become a worldwide reference standard for parents. It has been translated and published in Japan, Romania, Korea, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, India (3 languages), Lebanon (Arabic) and Mexico (Spanish).
SINCE BABIES DONT COME WITH DIRECTIONS, USE SLOW AND STEADY GET ME READY TO GUIDE YOU.
The first five years of a childs life are the most formative and critical. SLOW AND STEADY GET ME READY is for those genuinely interested in helping children get a good start in life so that they will not be left behind! These children will some day be the leaders of the future.
Numerous repeat orders have substantiated and demonstrated the usefulness of SLOW AND STEADY GET ME READY. People do not reorder a product unless they like it. Many mothers and grandmothers have said, "I wish I would have had a resource guide like this when my child was young."
THE BEST THING THAT PARENTS CAN SPEND ON THEIR CHILD IS THEIR TIME!See all Editorial Reviews
This is a fun book to use with your baby or toddler, BUT some of the activities are much too advanced for the age! Read morePublished 1 month ago by pepperlarue
Can't believe it took me so long to find such a helpful book. Much recommended!Published 1 month ago by Amanda Martin
This is a great idea, and I've loved implementing some of these ideas. But I wonder if all were tested with children. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Lisa
This is always a winner. I give it as a standard baby gift.Published 7 months ago by Rebecca D Schnitzelrrds57
I love this book. It's easy to follow and works perfectly. My daughter started her lessons shortly before she turned four and was well onto reading in only a few short months.Published 8 months ago by Pastor's Wife