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Volume #2   Issue #15

ISSN: 0219-7642    May 14, 2004

Andrew Loh, Publisher

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>> EDITORIAL

Hi Everyone,

Since I appealed for feedback on my last issue on what you'd like to see in BrainyZine, I received many feedbacks from subscribers like you. Some expressed the interest to see more on brain building games and activities, crucial nutrition for brain development, while others are interested to find out more information concerning preparation for pre-schooling. I have to thank you for your important feedback.

While I can't guarantee I can supply those information on every issue, but I'll try my best. The main areas of focus on BrainyZine will be on child brain development and early childhood development, which I personally believe are the most vital to the overall development of a child. Anyway, if you have other opinions, please don't hesitate to share with me. Take care.

Andrew Loh
Publisher & Editor, BrainyZine
andrew @ brainy-child.com

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>> FEATURE ARTICLE

School Grades: Helpful or Harmful

A child's self-esteem is a very precious commodity. Parents who attempt to maintain their child's self-esteem by avoiding the potential hazards of an imperfect, misleading, and harmful grading system should be .....

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Brightening Minds- Birth to Two Years  (DVD)
Average Customer Review - 4.5 Stars

This DVD has simplified the enormous body of child development research into a concise and easy-to-understand program – to help you build the most nurturing environment possible for your child. 

Easy-to-follow demonstrations will show you many fun and creative games that you can weave into your everyday life. And the on-screen menu will give you quick and easy access to important topics of your baby's growth, including: brain development, language skills, music's effect on the mind, pre-reading activities, pre-math games for babies, ages and stages, infant massage techniques to soothe and bond with your baby.

 

 

 

Baby Be Loved: Growing and Learning Together During the First 24 weeks
By Susan Ann Stelfox
Average Customer Review - 5 Stars

The key to stimulating emotional and intellectual growth in your child is your own behavior--what you do, how your respond, and how you interact with your baby. This book offers:

*Parenting tips and developmental information

*Daily parent-child activities that develop your infant's awareness of self and the world

*Ideas on how to encourage language development, coordination, imagination, and confidence

*Bright weekly illustrations for baby to stimulate visual development

Perfect for baby shower gift or new-baby gift.

 


>> LATEST BRAINY NEWS


Is all television bad for your toddler?
The Miami Herald May 3, 2004

Tuttle, who worked previously as a program director at a child development center, believes too much blame is put on TV itself -- and not on the parents.


How to help your kids with homework
The Hawaii Channel.com May 12, 2004

What can parents do to help children struggling in school? 

Two new studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign suggest that supporting their children's autonomy and refraining from being controlling will help kids do better on their homework and raise their grades.


Fidgeting, doodling & singing approved as 'aids to learning'
Telegraph UK May 9, 2004

Fidgeting, doodling and moving around in the classroom, once considered signs of poor concentration, are also allowed.

The techniques, which are being adopted by an increasing number of schools and local authorities, were first introduced in America and follow research on brain development, which suggests that children have a variety of "learning styles".


Brain boosters: pills and potions
WebMDHealth

Scientists at Princeton University recently created a strain of smarter mice by inserting a gene that boosts the activity of brain cells. 


Boosting brain power now possible
ABCNews Apr 28, 2004

Medical breakthroughs in recent years have led to wondrous benefits for the sick and the injured, but they have also empowered us to tinker with human biology in unprecedented ways. Some experts are concerned that we are on the brink of changing what it means to be human by enhancing healthy brains.


Brain regions work in tandem in math wizards
HealthDay Apr 12, 2004

The results support the theory that the brains of mathematically gifted people are better at relaying and integrating information between the cerebral hemispheres.


Study links infection to mental illness
BaltimoreSun.com May 4, 2004

A woman's battle with a virus such as flu during pregnancy might put her child at risk for schizophrenia later in life, new research suggests.


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