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Baby's brain development

Discussion in 'Baby and Toddler' started by Love, Apr 24, 2017.

  1. Love

    Love Guest

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  2. RoNa

    RoNa Administrator

    Infant-development experts believe that the first years of a child's life are a prime time for learning, but sometimes it may be hard to think of new ways to stimulate your baby. We mothers need to look for fun activities to help our babies smarter.
  3. Love

    Love New Member

    That is so true! More than anything else, your relationship with your child shapes the way your child learns and develops and I believe that is the best learning tool for the children. Simply spending time with them like talking, singing, reading and any other activities because this kind of interaction matters most.
  4. RoNa

    RoNa Administrator

    Your child are great imitators. Give them something good to imitate.
  5. Joy

    Joy New Member

    Thank you for your post. :) They says when a child receives loving care and stimulation, connections are formed between brain cells. These connections physically wire the brain. It is primarily the early experiences that largely determine the strength and function of the brain's wiring system.
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  6. RoNa

    RoNa Administrator

    True. Our brains continue to grow and change throughout our lives, based on the experiences we have. We make brain connections with every experience we encounter during childhood. Connections are important. The more networks of connections we have, the more ways we have to process information. When you read a story to your child or have a conversation with her, her brain makes connections for language and relationships.

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