The Child Development Programme for pre-school children

Accelerated learning for your child.

Early accelerated learning with the child development programmeMentis XL believe that early learning can be accelerated and help pre-school children in the Early Years Foundation Stage (eyfs). Whilst your pre school child may regard this as a toy, in fact the structured learning programmes and activities improve concentration and aid in education and child development.

Our programme

Early years education and learning takes many forms. Mentis-XL aims to help pre-school children develop their learning skills.

Unlike most educational toys, our new child development pack targets key early years learning skills appropriate to pre-school children before they reach primary school.

Our learning programme is not a pre-school toy, based on reading, writing or arithmetic. Instead a structured series of activities has been developed to encourage movement skills, thinking skills and social skills in children in the early years.

On our website is information relating to this learning programme and a sample video showing the type of early learning techniques we are trying to encourage parents to try with their preschool children.

With over half the pre school children in a recent survey showing inadequate levels of motor co-ordination - an indication that neurological development may be being hindered, it is more important than ever for parents to help their children during these crucial early years.

For more on how children's learning can be helped with the Child development Programme - click here.

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