- Andrea Stephenson, a former full-time mom has successfully homeschooled her son
- Her son knows the alphabet, can spell, read, write and do multiplication
- Andrea has also launched a book, 'Teach Your Toddler to Read Through Play', which reveals how her son was able to read on a third-grade level at the age of 3
A former full-time working mom, Andrea Stephenson, who utilized fun and playful in-depth learning to teach her 3-year-old son the alphabet, spelling, numbers and multiplication, wants to show other parents how to help their children.
Andrea’s son knew the alphabet, spoke in full sentences at 18 months, started spelling and reading at 21 months, could write the alphabet and numbers by 27 months and do multiplication by 36 months.
Currently, she wants to show parents that all children are capable of this in a natural, playful environment without flashcards.
According to blacknews, Andrea has developed an online course dubbed, 'Teach Your Toddler to Read Through Play' which reveals how her son was able to read on a third-grade level at the age of 3.
Andrea exhibits books they read, the toys they play with, videos they watch and danced to and some footages of her son from pre-schooler learning to read in a playful manner.
The inspiring mother who believes children are born creative, has also authored books titled 'Teach Your Toddler to Read Through Play' and 'Fun and Easy to Teach Your Toddler to Write'.
Meanwhile, a midwife has received remarkable accolades after she helped deliver a new baby born to a diabetic mother despite having access to inadequate medical equipment.
Emmanuel Addipa-Adapoe, a doctor who shared photos along with a caption on Facebook, disclosed that the mother of the newborn baby ''absconded'' from the Kwahu Atibie Government Hospital (KGH) in the Eastern Region because she couldn't afford to pay her medical bills.
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