125 Brain Games for Toddlers and Twos: Simple Games to Promote Early Brain Development

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Gryphon House, 2000 - Education - 143 pages
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Did you know the brain of a toddler:
Has formed 1000 trillion working connections by the end of the third year (twice as many as adults have!)?
Is twice as active as that of a college student?
Can absorb and organize new information much faster than an adult's brain?
A young child's brain grows at a phenomenal rate in the first years of life, opening a window of opportunity for learning that occurs only once in a lifetime. "125 Brain Games for Toddlers and Twos" is a fun-filled collection of ways to lay the groundwork for your child's future. It is packed with everyday opportunities to contribute to brain development during the critical period from 12-36 months. Each game is accompanied by information on related brain research and a description of how the activity promotes brain power in your child. The simple games in this book strengthen brain connections needed for language, movement, bonding, and more. Create the structure needed to support future learning while having fun!

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Review: 125 Brain Games for Toddlers and Twos: Simple Games to Promote Early Brain Development

User Review  - AnnaBnana - Goodreads

Good ideas for fingerplays and games to play with toddlers. It is designed more for parents working with a child, but some activities would definitely work in a group. Read full review

Review: 125 Brain Games for Toddlers and Twos: Simple Games to Promote Early Brain Development

User Review  - Leigh Porch - Goodreads

This is a nice little book that is easy to flip through to find simple little activities and games to play with your toddler. I can't think of any that required materials other than stuff I already ... Read full review

About the author (2000)

Jackie Silberg is an early childhood advocate and popular keynote speaker nationally and internationally. She received the Distinquished Alumna Award from Emporia State University, recognizing her current achievements as well as her long and prolific career. Jackie lectures at Johnson County Community College.

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