What is the ideal age for learning maths and reading?
First introduction to numbers and games with them
Surely you have already stepped over this step and managed to use a variety of ways to remember numbers: drawing, cutting, sculpting, etc. At the age of 3-5 years, children grasp everything that is interesting on the fly, so it is not difficult to involve them in educational games.
Let’s look at a couple of unusual techniques for learning counting, which are equally useful not only for younger and middle, but also for older preschoolers. You can find out more about Miracle Math Tutorial here to get good information
The younger the child the better they will learn. Maths and reading are forms of language. It is well understood that language is best learnt when the child is young. However, in order to learn maths and reading using Perceptual Learning the child must be old enough to sit up independently. Therefore, the minimum age is 6 months. The Perceptual Learning program is a fast pace program that would be too fast for children aged over 36 months. The Institute of Perceptual Learning will develop slower programs for older children in the near future. However, the Institute would be happy to enrol a child aged over 36 months as long as parents understand that the learning in the child would be marginal.