I want my kids to be problem solvers. I want them to approach new challenges with confidence. I want my children to grow to become men and women of "infinite-resource-and-sagacity". I want them to be thinkers!
This is where early education often fails. It seems that these days so much emphasis is put on academic skills (learning to read, learning to add/subtract, memorizing facts, etc..) that the cognitive skills that are the building blocks of learning are often neglected. If young children had the chance to play in ways that trained their brains in areas such as visual-spatial recognition, working memory, attention, and fluid reasoning using multi-sensory experiences, their capacity for learning would be increased.
Two years ago (while raising my three young children) I quit my job as a software engineer and set out to develop my own curriculum to teach kids to become better problem solvers. Today I'm proud to announce the official release of the La La Logic Critical Thinking Curriculum for children ages 3-6.