Micco, Nicci
September 2011
Baby Talk;Sep2011, Vol. 76 Issue 7, p44
The article offers information on various ways to make children brilliant in order to enable them to get lots of opportunity in life with little struggle. According to science, a child's brain development depends, mainly, on early experiences and not experiences with brain-enhancing toys. It suggests parents to play as tour guide when out in order to help them pair words with what they see, give them a chance to respond during snack time, and show them how a toy works during playtime.


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