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" Learn How to Nurture A Smarter Kid "
Volume #11 Issue #7
ISSN: 0219-7642 Sep 2, 2012
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There is nagging question that confounds the conventional theory of parenting. Is it
possible to build children brain beyond a certain limit that has been already decided by nature?
If at all, parents work hard to build better brains in their children, what would be the most
recommended activities and exercises? Brain building in children is a project by itself, and this
project starts, when parents just nudge and push their young children to streamline their brain
activities and functions.
Building efficient brains in children is a long process, when children hone and refine many common
skills like social, cognitive, mental, attitudinal, thinking and physical activities. It is just
like building a well-equipped house where engineers place and position appropriate components at
the right place. Innumerable child education experts are recommending the basic concepts of
whole brain development
to help parents learn and master the basics of child brain optimization. Have a
Thought for today:
"Ability is what you're capable of doing.
Motivation determines what you do.
Attitude determines how well you do it." - Raymond Chandler
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Don't Give Me That Attitude!: 24 Rude, Selfish, Insensitive Things Kids Do and How to Stop Them
By Michele Borba Ed.D
Does your kid never take no
for an answer and demand things go his way?
Do her theatrics leave you
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Are you resorting to bribes
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Does he cheat, complain, or
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Have a New Kid by Friday: How to Change Your Child's Attitude, Behavior & Character in 5 Days
By Kevin Leman, Ph.D
The book that took the parenting world by storm is now available in trade paper! Anyone who
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The Whole-Brain Child: An Effective Approach to Parenting
Jewish Press Aug 23, 2012
The more we know about how our children's brains work, the better we
will be able nurture stronger, more resilient children. Not only
that, but it can make parenting easier and more meaningful. The goal
of this article is to give you a taste of how Seigel's “whole brain
perspective” can be applied to everyday parenting moments.
Vitamin D linked to brain development
TimesofIndia Aug 28, 2012
Most of us are aware of the benefits of vitamin D, calcium
absorption being the most crucial and the resultant bone
development. But over the last 10 years, vitamin D has now been
associated with a slew of other important health functions, with one
of the most important being brain development.
Musical Training in Children Increases Brain Function
Counsel Heal Aug 22, 2012
Teaching children how to play an instrument can go a long way in improving and sustaining brain function
in their adult years, say researchers at Northwestern University.
Warning on smart baby toys
The West Australian Aug 28, 2012
Many parents are trying to turn their child into a "baby genius" by
buying expensive games and gadgets instead of letting them learn
naturally during play, according to an Australian education expert.
Many parents wrongly believed they could speed up their child's
development when instead children should be allowed to enjoy being
Nutritional Diet is Good for Children's IQ
FrenchTribune Aug 16, 2012
A recent study has found that toddlers who are offered junk food
tend to have lower IQ levels as compared to those who have been
brought up on healthy diet. The findings of the study are crucial as
they inform parents as to why healthy food is good for the children.
Before the bell: Prepare your brain
NECN Aug 20, 2012
Learning can happen at home and most importantly, learning begins at home. Positive adult-child
interactions support children's healthy brain development that provides a strong foundation for
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