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One Trillion Stories for Kids

One Trillion Stories for Kids gives you a treasure chest of practical mental thinking techniques using an innovative Mind Mapping Story Telling Template that will teach you and your children greater memory capacity, learning through visual association and improving creativity that you can apply to everyday living, including a limitless source of made up stories for kids. 

Mind Maps are the launch pad into this century’s new thinking revolution.

Practicing Mind Maps
Practice these techniques and make your Mind Maps your own so they help empower your minds.Biggerplate, The Mind Map Library
It may also be beneficial for you to get involved with the Biggerplate Community, one of the worlds largest Mind Map Library’s where you can learn more about the latest mind map software available as well the learning opportunities available to you.Daniel Tay is a teacher by trade and is fascinated by visual learning and according to biggerplate is one of the most.

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One Trillion Stories for Kids Reviews

Product Tested by: Joanna Rattray – Benjamin, Oliver & Harry – 5 years, 3 years & 3 Months

Product
Tested By
Joanna Rattray – Benjamin, Oliver & Harry – 5 years, 3 years
& 3 Months

Joanna
Awarded The One Trillion Stories for Kids 4/5

The book looks fun and I’m keen to find out
what it’s about. Nice feel to the cover and easy to wipe clean. Pages not too
thin or easily ripped. Spine good quality and not easily broken. Initially
thought it was a series of short stories for children, so I was eager to start
reading with my children. On a closer
look I saw what the book was really about, which disappointed my 5 year old as
he thought it was for him! The front cover design is slightly misleading, as it
is not a book for children. Illustrations were bright, colourful and
interesting to look at. Some were incredibly detailed and the font small, those
were a bit complicated to understand. The mind map method is reasonably simple
once you get the hang of it, although takes some practice as there’s lots of
things to remember. I found this book very useful. When practising, I would
refer back to this for a reminder. In theory it’s an excellent and fun
idea. However, it took some practice for
me to ‘get my head round it’, so, I’m not sure how easy it would be for my
young child to understand. The book is interesting and set out in such a way
that it’s easy to refer back to certain sections, making it more likely that I
will attempt more mind mapping in the future.
I’m not going to attempt to teach my children any basic mind maps as I
believe my 3 year old is too young and my 5 year old is just getting to grips
with school work. Maybe when they’re older I will consider it. Although
initially I was disappointed that it wasn’t a collection of short stories for
children, I was intrigued to read it and keen to try out the method. The price
is very reasonable and you can learn a lot from it. It’s a book that you can
refer back to time and time again. I would purchase and I would recommend. Don’t judge a book by its cover! Joanna Rattray – Benjamin,
Oliver & Harry – 5 years, 3 years & 3 Months

Product Tested By Eve Salter – Jeremy &
Elizabeth – 5 & 7 Years

Eve Awarded The One Trillion Stories for Kids
4/5

This looked a good book and from the cover I
really expected it to contain stories for children. Might be worth new design to make you aware
it is an educational book for parents to help teach children. Good quality and will last. At first glance you think it is a story book
for children. I had never heard of mind
map technique before. The illustrations
were helpful but it did take me a while to get my head round this concept. Once I did master this was useful. This did help in many ways and the book was
good to keep handy for reference. I can
see this being helpful in the future in many different ways. It is an unusual idea and you can teach your
children the concept, but for me they need to be a bit older before they would
get to grips with this and give it a try.
I can see this idea being useful for learning. I personally would not have purchased this
book, but I am glad I have had the opportunity to read and try out the Map mind
technique. Not sure I am going to
continue to use this but will keep the book for future reference. If anyone asks me about a book covering this
subject I would recommend. It is good
quality, well-presented and a different technique on offer for parents and
children. You can get this in kindle so
if you wish to look into the concept of mind maps check out Kindle price. This
was a pleasant experience and opened my mind up a bit. Eve Salter – Jeremy & Elizabeth – 5 &
7 Years

Product
Tested By
Maria Phimister – Jack 5 years

Maria
Awarded The One Trillion Stories for Kids 3/5

Not
what I expected as I thought this was a story book. Quality good.
The cover did not inspire me to read the book. We did not get very far with this book as
really did not get past the first few pages.
I do not find the mind maps concept beneficial for my son and would
rather he use his own imagination. Unfortunately this book did not appeal to me
or my son. I am sure others might find
it interesting and stimulating but for us not one we would be purchasing. Maria Phimister – Jack 5 years

 I was intrigued to read it and keen to try out the method. The price is very reasonable and you can learn a lot from it. It’s a book that you can refer back to time and time again. I would purchase and I would recommend. Don’t judge a book by its cover! 

Awards

Joanna Awarded The One Trillion Stories for Kids 4/5

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