Pakej ini terdiri daripada 1 unit VCD Belajar Cepat Membaca Al-Quran Siri 1, satu set Kad Imbasan Jawi
Berikut adalah kandungan pakej ini:
1 unit VCD Belajar Cepat Membaca Al-Quran Siri 1,
satu set Kad Imbas Jawi
Contoh Kad Imbasan Jawi
Bagaimana menggunakan produk ini dapat membantu anak anda mengenal alif ba ta dan seterusnya memudahkan anak anda belajar Al-Quran?
VCD Belajar Cepat Membaca Al-Quran siri 1 ini mengajar anak anda mengenal huruf-huruf hijaiyah dari huruf alif sampai huruf ya
Dalam VCD ini anak-anak akan belajar cara membaca dan menulis huruf hijaiyah, penghafalan huruf hijaiyah diselangi
dengan menggunakan kaedah bernasyid agar kanak-kanak tidak mudah bosan dan gembira belajar mengenal huruf hijaiyah.
Pasang setiap hari , insyaallah anak anda akan mengenal huruf alif ba ta sehingga ya dengan baik sekali
VCD ini boleh digunakan untuk anak-anak seawal usia 3 bulan lagi.
Sampel Kandungan VCD
Selepas anda mula belajar mengecam huruf menerusi VCD, anda boleh bermain flashcard alif ba ta ini dengan anak-anak anda.
Flashcard ini terdiri daripada huruf alif ba ta sehingga ya
Hanya flashkan sekali sehari sahaja setiap hari selama 10minit, anda pasti akan nampak hasilnya.
Pastikan anak anda gembira semasa bermain dengan Flashcard dan juga pastikan anda sebut huruf dalam Flashcard secara kuat, jelas dan berulang-ulang.
Untuk lebih berkesan, flashcard kan kad tersebut dengan laju, iaitu satu kad selama satu saat sahaja..
Mengapa nak flashkan kad satu kad satu saat sahaja?
Flash Cards Activate and Develop the Right Brain...
When cards are flashed at high speed they develop your child's instant (photographic) memory
the right brain's memory is activated and it will develop quickly and easily.
The Right Brain and Left Brain will be Connected
When using flash cards, try to flash less than one second per card or as fast as you can and say the words on the back of the cards at the same time.
The images are processed by the right brain and the words you speak are processed by the left brain.
As a result, the child will also more easily learn new words through the activation of the left brain in conjunction with the right-brain images..
Contoh Video Cara menggunakan flash card
Ini Video anak saya Muhammad Mujahid Amilin pada usia 2 tahun 7 bulan belajar Flashcard
Ini video Yusuf Fansuri pada usia 4 bulan, emak dia dah start ajar guna flashacard alif ba ta
Lihat apa kata ibu Yusuf Fansuri
Lihat apa kata ibu Zaharatul Iman
Lagi TIPS POWER guna FLASHCARD bersama BAYI anda
3 Things to remember:
1.Teach fast, fast like the wind
2.Present new things always
3.Do not test
Why Flash Cards?
1.Easier: It is easier to teach a two-year-old to read at home than it is to teach a six-year-old at school.
2.A joyous moment for mothers and babies.: Since babies would rather learn than do anything else in the world, and would rather be with their parents than with anyone else in the world, there are few activities as joyous as learning-to-read sessions.
3.Reading is the very basis of all : If mother teaches her baby to read at one, two, or three years of age he will not fail to learn to read in school at six, seven, or eight years of age.
4.Wondrous thing : It is a wondrous thing for a baby, or child, or an adult to be able to read.
5.Babies are linguistic geniuses: Babies take in raw facts such as written and spoken words at a rate that no adult could come close to matching.
Why is it crucial to 'flash word' during early from 2 months ?
•In the first 6 years of life, a children has a mind that absorbs great amounts of information without any effort.
•This is also the child's greatest learning capability period.
•Thus, flashing words using flash cards can help stimulate the development of both hemispheres of the child's brain.
•The left brain is sharpened through languages while the right brain is strengthen through pictures. Flash cards can help to achieve whole brain development by stimulating both the child's visual and auditory simultaneously. A well balanced development of the whole brain enhances the child's absorbent mind, learning skills, memory power, analytical and reasoning abilities.
•The children who have strong reading skills since young will have a relaxing and enjoyable 'life long learning process' throughout his life time.
1.Pick up any number of flash crds.
2.Present the flash cards rapidly to your child at arm’s length.
3.Can flash from the front to the back, but the more preferred method is to flash from the back to the front.
4.While flashing the flash cards, read the words rapidly and loudly in a clear, high-pitched and enthusiastic voice.
5.Be excited and joyous all the time.
6.At the end of flashing, jumble up the flash cards. You may repeat the session for any number of times. You may wish to wait for about 5 minutes although there is no harm doing it immediately. It is suggested to flash the flash cards for 3 sessions in one day. If your child does not want it, do not do it. Do not bribe him into seeing it. Find another opportunity. All babies want to learn through play.
7.Always stop before your child wants to stop. This will keep your child’s eagerness, enthusiasm and expectation for the next session of flashing.
8.On the second day, retire 1 or any number of flash cards and replace it (or them) with the same number of any number of cards.
Remember to be flexible and creative. Always let your child guide you to the level of his thirst of learning at that moment.
Chances are, your child will request to see the flashcards.
9.Do the same on the third day and onwards. The key to successful early learning is to be joyous about the whole process. Remember to smile, smile, smile!
10.At the end of every session, kiss and hug your child and exclaim how wonderful he is. Give him ‘high-fives’!
Tap on his shoulders, anchor him with all the positive messages. Programme into his subconscious mind that he is a super learner.
And you love to teach him.
a)You are light-hearted, happy and joyous.
b)Your child is well-rested, happy and joyous
c) A quiet environment, free of distractions. Clear the room if required.
d)Switch off the TV, take the phone off the hook, and minimize the unnecessary sounds eg. Transferring pagers and handphones to silent mode.
2.Stop at the time when your child is still keen and interested in the session. It is important not to overdo the sessions. Learning must not be carried out for too long a period of time in view of your child’s short attention span. Enter into the child’s world rather than pulling him into the adult world. Never, never, never bore your child. Remember, he learns at least 50 times faster than you do!
3.Do not be afraid to teach long words. Long words pose no problems to your child and are in fact interesting and easily recognizable.
4.At the intial introductory flash card session, avoid putting two words that look similar together, eg. ‘head’ and ‘hand’ to minimize possible confusion ( in the ‘look-say’ flashcard method, avoid arranging words phonetically like ‘cat’, ‘bat’, ‘fat’, ‘hat’, ‘mat’, ‘pat’, ‘rat’, ‘sat’. It becomes boring after a time. Try putting ‘oat’ in the series and you will straight away find that it does not fit in. ‘Put’ and ‘but’ do not go together. English has too many foreign words to follow the phonetic way, eg. Choir, lingerie. Operating the phonetic way activates only the left brain.
5.Arrange for your child to win. When your child wins, you win. Act positively by hugging, kissing, praising and motivating your child often. Keep saying ‘very good’ and ‘wow’.
He loves to hear you say ‘wow’, ‘marvelous’, ‘fantastic’.
6.Do not underestimate your child’s learning ability. Teach with no stress. If you feel stressed, you are not doing it correctly, or may be the wrong time or place.
7.Be flexible amd creative, always present new arrangements: eg. By telling stories to your child as both of you progress. Let him make up his stories.
8.When you introduce new words, flash them fast.
9.You may want to present a ‘problem solving’ method by holding up 2 flash cards for your child to choose the correct one.
If your child takes more than 3 seconds, move or wave the card to give it away to him. If your child right, celebrate! If wrong card is chosen, present the right card. Remember, this is not a test but an opportunity to learn. He is still a baby. Love him unconditionally. Do not spend time testing him. Teach him. You can explain the meanings of the words to your child. Keep it simple.
10. Games that you can play with:
a)Place the cards on the floor for your child to find eg. ‘mother’, ‘uncle’ …. Pass small items like coins, toy cars, to your child and say , “ give this to ‘mother’, drive your toy car to ‘uncle’.
b)Hand over pictures for the child to match his cards. Eg. ‘dog’, ‘swim’, ‘apple’.
c) Teach the ‘memory train’ method by creating stories with flash cards, eg. “One day, a ‘yellow’ bird flew up a ‘tree’. It was singing because it likes to ‘sing’ and it was dancing because it likes to ‘dance’. A ‘horse’ was eating ‘grass’ below the ‘tree’. On seeing the ‘bird’, it started to ‘laugh’. And invite your child to laugh crazy like a ‘horse’.
What words/How many words to flash in each session?
Start with the words that your child familiar with. E.g. hand, leg, eyes, sit, milk, cry.
These is to arouse the child's interest, they can quicly assocaite the "sound"(languague) they familiar with(heard day to day) with the "symbol" (the word) they saw
Avoid putting similar words within a single session. E.g. head,hand
We recomend parents to start with 5 cards per session , 2-3 session per day for children 2 - 12 months old
We recomend parents to start with 10 cards per session , 1-3 session per day for children > 12 months old
• Tell your child that you are going to show him "English/Chinese/Malay Flash Card"
• Hold up the card in front of your child (with the larger text facing the child, the smaller text facing yourself), and read out the word aloud in a clear and enthusiastic voice. The distance between your child and the card is at arm's length, or can be further... as long as the child can see the word and hear your voice clearly. Make sure that's no other distractions such as noise from tv/radio and etc.
• Hold up the next card(bring from back to front) and read out the word aloud concurrently.
You start to read out the word when the card is still behind, and at the same time bring the card to front is less than 1/2 a second.
DO NOT bring the card to the front THEN speak out the word
• If you are using our word first 2-Sides Chinese FlashCard, make sure your hand/finger cover the small word on the right-top corner.
• After flashing all the cards, repeat the 1st card you had flash. E.g. you flash "banana","dog","cat","hand
• You may create a short story/sentences using the last word that you had just flash. E.g. "banana", "Do you like to eat banana?", "Monkey like to eat banana"
• Rewards your child by any of the follwings:-
• Give him/her a hug.Not more than 8 seconds as recomended by Prof. Shichida
• Give him/her a thumbs up.
• Praise him/her
• Make sure there is at least 30 minutes break in between each session