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Thursday, March 4, 2021

Mom, Whose Son Learned to Read, Write, and Do Math By the Age of 3, Releases Fourth Book For Parents

Andrea Corban, author of Teaching Mathematics in Early Childhood

Washington, DC — Andrea Stephenson has written her fourth book, Teaching Mathematics in Early Childhood. This book, which is an Amazon bestseller, has over 200 simple playful activities, tips, and resources that make learning math easy and fun.

Many believe that math comes naturally for some and not others. This is simply not true. Math is a subject that builds upon the previous concept. Many students can raise their math scores with practice. Furthermore, teaching mathematics in early childhood is one way to start a child on the right track.

Andrea’s son spoke in full sentences at 18 months, started spelling and reading at 21 months, could write the alphabet and numbers by 27 months, and do multiplication by 36 months. Her other books, Teach Your Toddler to Read Through Play, Fun and Easy Ways to Teach Your Toddler to Write, and Teach Your Child about Money Through Play detail how this was done through fun and playful in-depth learning methods.

You can see Andrea and her son interact on the YouTube channel, Corban’s Fun Learning Adventures. They share fun science experiments, DIY projects, and learning games weekly.

On Andrea’s website, SimplyOutrageousYouth.org, there are online courses teaching study tricks and reading tips. Additionally, they have expanded into providing t-shirts for children with positive messages and images.

The mission is to show parents that all children are capable of learning in a natural, playful, environment without flashcards. This is important work and Andrea is honored to do it.

For press inquiries, contact Andrea Stephenson at (571) 406-5524.