Fifty percent of what children need to know is learned between birth and the age of six. These first years of a child’s life forge a permanent impact on their future. In The Visone Method, authors Carmine and Phyllis Visone provide parents and teachers with a comprehensive, innovative understanding of how a child’s learning develops in the early years. Step-by-step, the method identifies the most credible procedures for each stage of development.
This contemporary early childhood education method intertwines research-based theory, educational best practices, a dose of common sense, and a positive school environment to guide children three months old through second grade. The Visone Method—a behaviorist philosophy that builds self-esteem—considers the whole child. It balances music, drama, and motor skill activities with high-level academic learning in a fun environment.
The Visone Method fosters an active love of learning by providing experiences that enable all students to achieve a strong foundation during early childhood. It treats every day as a celebration of life and learning because what a growing child learns today will be with them for a lifetime.