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Brain Games for Babies, Toddlers & Twos: 140 Fun Ways to Boost Developmentby Jackie Silberg
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Peek-a-boo and patty cake are time-honored traditions, but your baby's brain is bursting with the potential for so much more. A toddler's brain is twice as active as that of a college student, presenting a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for learning. Stimulate your baby's brainpower with this collection of 140 fun-filled games devised to increase brain development during the critical period from 0-3 years. Grouped by age and accompanied by information on related brain research, the games have been developed meet the needs of each stage of your child's young life--from a newborn's hand-eye coordination to an infant's language acquisition to a toddler's movements and musical ability. Your child will love the one-on-one attention these activities afford and the chance to show off his burgeoning brainpower. And, with 140 games to choose from, there is always a new, exciting challenge just one page away.
Grouped by age and accompanied by related research, these games meet the needs of each stage of your childs young life—from a newborns hand-eye coordination to an infants language acquisition to a toddlers movements and musical ability. Children will love the one-on-one attention these activities afford and the chance to show off their burgeoning brainpower.
A toddler's brain is twice as active as that of a college student, and this guide aims to show you how to harness this potential, with 150 fun-filled games devised to stimulate brain-development during the critical early years. Discusses brain research and the effectiveness of each activity.
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