Boosting Basic Intelligence & Building an Active Learning System

Personal Training and Workshop Overview

How to Boost IQ and Overcome Learning Disabilities thru Personal & Family

Activities and Games

This workshop series or personal training covers why and how all basic intelligence skills can be boosted for all children in ways that at the same time increase self-esteem and the quality of each child’s personal, family, and school life. Thirteen key areas of intelligence are identified based on the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children and other learning ability tests. Many children today have been evaluated at school for specific learning disabilities. This workshop series or training will give parents the insights and tools to help their children deal effectively with those disabilities, as well as attention deficit disorders (ADHD).



Your family has incredible power to increase IQ.


You can teach your children anything you clearly understand and consider important.


Enriched home experiences over time increases brain capacity.


Powerful tools can leverage your I.Q. to higher levels.


Your family deserves the best tools and information on developing I.Q. research can provide.


A time management system makes increasing your IQ or that of your children organized and continuous.


Slight modifications of common, everyday activities can result in constant IQ improvement.


Acquiring key habits can increase IQ dramatically. 


Your family encyclopedia is a tremendous resource in developing IQ


Fun games can create ideal learning conditions and challenges to build specific IQ skills.


Building self-esteem and confidence is a key objective and result of using IQ Boosters.


Grandparents and other relatives can play an important and satisfying role in developing the success of your family.


Join with other interested parents and support each other's efforts.


To make the greatest difference in your own life and that of your children, you need to start now.

Particularly Important Parent Actions:

Model What You Want Your Children to Do


Know What You Need to Teach. Understand Clearly Each Area of IQ


Make it a Habit to Purposely Develop Each Area of IQ
(If you work on each area for four weeks, you cover all IQ skill areas every year.)


Identify and Correct or Support Any Weak Areas (learning disabilities)


Set Up a Teaching/Learning Wall or Bulletin Board


Schedule Weekly Family Activity Times

Developing Each Area of IQ:

Each of the following IQ skill areas will be covered along with habits, strategies, time management ideas, every-day activities, and fun games to develop each area. The WISC title is given in parenthesis.

 1.  Verbal Information & Alertness (Information)

             2.  Ability to Organize & Generalize (Similarities)

             3.  Mental Math (Arithmetic)

             4.  Vocabulary (Vocabulary)

             5.  Practical Living Skills & Good Judgment (Comprehension)

             6.  Listening & Remembering Skills (Digit Span)

             7.  Visual Information & Alertness (Picture Completion)

             8.  Cause & Effect in Social Situations (Picture Arrangement)

             9.  Designing & Constructing with Model (Block Design) 

            10.  Designing & Constructing without Model (Object Assembly)

            11.  Seeing and Remembering Skills (Coding) 

            12.  Visual-Motor Skills (Mazes) 

            13.  Creativity

The Concept of Learning Disabilities and How to Partner With the School for Success:

Testing for learning disabilities

Understanding your child’s strengths and disabilities

Successful home/school conferences

Working out an individual educational plan for your child

Monitoring your child’s success and making needed changes in his or her program

Supporting your child’s learning at home