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" Learn How to Nurture A Smarter Kid "
Volume #11 Issue #01
ISSN: 0219-7642 Jun 10, 2012
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One cannot ignore the great role played by mothers in nurturing their young and older children.
However, one also needs to recognize the significant role played by dedicated fathers.
Recent family surveys suggest us that as many as 14% of fathers act as full-time,
stay-with-children dads, while more than 70% of children under the age of seven have
their dinner with their dads every day! Another survey also suggest us that as many
as 40% of working fathers would prefer a cut in pay to spend premium quality time
with their children.
The role of fathers is as equal and critical as all mothers play. Let us acknowledge
them on the momentous Father's Day. Happy Father's Day!
Thought for today:
"Every child is born a genius." - Albert Einstein
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Ten Brain Building Activities to Raise Smarter Children - Part I
The efficiency of brain is directly related to the quality of exercises and activities that the children get when
they are in their young age. Brain building is a challenging task. Find out various brain building activities
that parents could use to raise a smarter child here!
Ten Brain Building Activities to Raise Smarter Children - Part II
A busy brain is an active and agile brain. Good brain building activities can help them become smarter.
Read the article to learn more.
Brain Rules For Baby
By John Medina
John Medina is a developmental molecular biologist and research consultant. He is the author
of the long-running New York Times bestseller, Brain Rules; 12 Principles for Surviving and
Thriving at Work, Home, and School. He is an affiliate Professor of Bioengineering at the
University of Washington School of Medicine. He is also the director of the Brain Center
for Applied Learning Research at Seattle Pacific University.
What's the single most important thing you can do during pregnancy? What does watching TV
do to a child's brain? Whats the best way to handle temper tantrums? Scientists know. In
his New York Times bestseller Brain Rules, Dr. John Medina showed us how our brains really
work - and why we ought to redesign our workplaces and schools. Now, in Brain Rules for
Baby, he shares what the latest science says about how to raise smart and happy children
from zero to 5.
Raise a Smarter Child by Kindergarten: Build a Better Brain and Increase IQ up to 30 Points
By David Perlmutter Ph.D, Carol Colman
Between birth and age five, your child has up to thirty IQ
points at stake. Scientists now know that the human brain is
undergoing a constant and dramatic transformation in the
first years of life. During this peak time of development,
every activity and experience leaves an indelible mark on
your baby's brain, for better or worse. The right kind of
stimulation and nutrition will create connections in the
brain that promote intelligence and raise IQ. The wrong
kinds of activities and foods can stifle intellectual
development, destroy brain cells, and leave your child more
vulnerable to learning or behavior problems down the road.
So, what can you do during the first five years to ensure
that your child is primed to excel?
The good news is that raising a smarter child is easier than
you think. It doesn't require making an investment in
expensive equipment or high priced tutors. It's as simple as
playing the right games, serving the right foods, and
maintaining a brain-enhancing environment in your home by
eliminating common household toxins. In Raise a Smarter
Child by Kindergarten by Dr. David Perlmutter, you'll learn
easy and highly effective strategies that can vastly improve
your child's brain power and reduce his or her chances of
developing ADD and ADHD.
Sloppy Kid? Blame The Brain
The Ledger Jun 01, 2012
As we grow, our brain grows with us. While it is true that our brain does not get much bigger than
it was when we were born, it makes billions of new connections throughout our life.
Brain Food For Your Child
Bold Sky Jun 04, 2012
Do you want your child to fare better in exams this time? Well, studies is not the only arena you
need to focus on. Treat your child with proper brain food as whatever we eat not only affects our
body but also our brain.
Learning boost for kids
The Star Jun 06, 2012
THE toddler years (ages one to three) are exciting times for both parent and child. Your child will
undergo rapid development spurts. Do not miss these special turning points in your toddler's growing
Keep young child, baby active for motor skill development
Visalia Jun 04, 2012
Motor skills are important to your child's physical and mental development — even your very
young infant's development. That's because the brain works in partnership with the nervous system
and your baby's muscles to develop motor skills.
Scolding won't make children excel
Standard Media Jun 01, 2012
In this era where competition for survival is cutthroat, it's only proper to prepare your children
for a future where they'll be required to fend for themselves and be the steers of their lives.
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