Many parents get caught up in the day to day care for their young child or toddler. Here are some reasons why some parents may not prioritize infant and toddler education and what you can do to jump start this process.
1. They believe infants & toddlers are “too young” to learn
Actually, up to 90% of brain development happens between 0 to 5 years old, and the most significant development in every person’s life takes place between 0 to 3 years old. Nothing is more important than these years, so don’t miss out on the opportunity!
2. They don’t have time
Bumble Brain Box is delivered to you with all the activity instructions and supplies you need. All you have to do is commit 5 minutes or less each day to help your child learn, which can affect the rest of your baby’s life.
3. They don’t have the knowledge or expertise on how to teach their infant or toddler
That’s okay! We’re here to help. Sania Jamil owns three preschools and her partner Dr. Kristi has a degree in child psychology, nutrition, medicine, dentistry, and an MBA. We’ve already done the work for you. All you have to do is follow the instructions, which are easy to understand and only take a few minutes.
4. They think it’s too expensive
It only costs $5/week (less than a manicure or a movie) to receive a monthly box with 5 activity cards, 10-15 activity variations, 5-10 learning supplies (such as flash cards, craft supplies, sensory toys, etc), a brain-play booklet, an age-specific assessment and unlimited email Q&A access to Dr. Kristy (value of almost $1,000)
5. They don’t know their options
Free resource are available @BumbleBrainBox on Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, and Facebook. You can sign up monthly atwww.bumblebrainbox.com for the Bumble Brain Box for $19.99/month + S&H or do a one-time buy of the Bumble Brain Box. You also have the option of signing up only for the Bumble Brain Book (which includes activities + articles but not supplies) for only $7.99/month + S&H or a one-time buy.