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Volume #12   Issue #03

ISSN: 0219-7642    Jun 23, 2013

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Hi,
Many years back, William Arthur Ward coined a famous quotation - “Curiosity is the wick in the candle of learning.” Quite amazing the quote that it is, Ward was absolutely right in his observation. Curiosity is the mother to all great inventions and discoveries of the past. Without the power of “curiosity”, no great deeds would have been possible. The degree of curiosity is probably the highest among growing and young children. They are greatly curious about things and events that occur around them throughout the day.

For a child, who is amazingly curious, the world around him or her offers infinite numbers of possibilities and options. For them, the entire animal kingdom could be capable of speaking to each other, flowers can become rainbows of vibrant colours and rainbows could become big cradles in which they can sleep, sing and make merry! Nature can be a big tool for children to raise the levels of curiosity and eventual learning. All the best!

Thought for today:
"The first and simplest emotion which we discover in the human mind, is curiosity." - Edmund Burke

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Andrew Loh
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Learning Outcomes from Nature - Exploring Nature to Boost Curiosity and Enthusiasm in Children
Nature is not only a great healer and rejuvenator, it is also a great teacher. Nature can teach us the power to become curious and lift our senses to learn a lot. Click to learn more.

Exploring Nature to Boost Curiosity and Enthusiasm in Children - Simple Tips and Practical Suggestions
Children can learn from nature in their own ways, techniques and methods. Parents may just need to cajole and introduce their children to the wonders of nature to boost enthusiasm and curiosity. Read the article to learn more.

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Imagine Childhood: Exploring the World through Nature, Imagination, and Play - 25 Projects that spark curiosity and adventure
By Sarah Olmsted

For children, potential is limitless, curiosity is an electrical current, and every moment is open to the possibility of the unexpected. Day-to-day life is filled with adventure. Road blocks are invitations to try new routes. And the world is vast and expansive. This book is a celebration of childhood through the crafts and activities that invite wonder and play. The twenty-five projects and activities in this book are meant to speak to the way children engage with the world.

They're about the process of getting there. They're about the conversations that happen while making things together. They're about getting to know the world inch by inch. They're about exploring imaginary universes and running through real forests. They're about living in childhood....regardless of your actual age. They're about being a kid.

 

Awakening Your Child's Natural Genius
By Thomas Armstrong

It is a wonderful guide for parents who are worried about the children's education in a career oriented, competitive world; looking for their child to grow naturally, healthy in spirit, mind and body; but to also willing help the child in her development participating actively in their education. A child is a natural genius, it is up to the parents to discover all the wonderful potential she has unveiled.

Baby-boomer parents with nearly 26 million children and more on the way--are looking for new and creative ways to help their youngsters develop and achieve their full potential. They want practical ideas for activities to do at home and authoritative advice on how to get the most out of their children's schools. Illustrations throughout.

 


Latest Brainy News
 

Newborn's Weight Gain Is Crucial In First Month Of Brain Development; Lower IQ Scores Linked To Slower Growth
Medical Daily June 18, 2013

A new study indicates that if a baby puts on 40 percent or more of their birthweight in their first month of life, they will have a higher IQ than babies who put on 15 percent or less of their birthweight in their first month after birth.


Breast milk is best for babies' brain development, U.S. study suggests
National Post Jun 13, 2013

Breastfeeding may be beneficial for your baby's brain, a new study from Brown University in Rhode Island and published online at NeuroImage suggests. The study, led by Sean C.L. Deoni, assistant professor of engineering, is the first examination of breastfeeding and early infant brain myelination - a process that enables nerve cells to transmit information faster.


Toddler Speech Development: Some Babble Sounds Might Be Stand-Ins For Grammatical Words
Huffington Post June 18, 2013

The little sounds and puffs of air that toddlers often inject into their baby babble may actually be subtle stand-ins for grammatical words, new research suggests.


Building blocks for brains
Bangkok Post June 12, 2013

The first few years of a child's life are too precious to waste. It has been shown that brain development and growth is at its highest from birth to age six. Parents are aware of this, and many businesses have been established to meet an unprecedented demand for classes or tools to help small children develop to their potential.


Better EQ helps cope with peer pressure, bullying
Khaleej Times June 18, 2013

Experts have suggested that developing the Emotional Quotient (EQ) in school children will instil empathy in them, and remove tendencies of bullying. Studies show that emotional intelligence is emerging as a strong indicator of performance and can be easily enhanced unlike IQ.



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