Brain Child: How Smart Parents Make Smart Kids

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Thorsons, 2003 - Child psychology - 335 pages
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Tony Buzan, 'the biggest name in memory', takes a fascinating and exuberant look at the enormous potential of a child's brain and provides parents with the practical tools they need to help their children achieve it. Mind maps, memory games and other techniques allow parents to encourage learning and development for children of all ages. With Tony Buzan it's all brain, no pain!Research shows that the time and energy you dedicate to your child in the first five years pays off dividends for the next ten. With competition for the best schools stiffening, parents having children later and being more aware of the part they must play in their child's education, there is more and more demand for practical resources like Brain Child.Tony Buzan, world-renowned inventor Mind Maps, has written the ultimate 'operations manual' to help parents liberate their child's true brain potential. He explains how the brain develops and the simple things you can do to stimulate your child's multiple intelligences - including social, creative, numerical and physical - and unlock his or her natural genius.* Bring out the Leonardo or Einstein in your child* Share fun memory games, number skills and Mind Maps* Raise your child to be happy and confident* Learn new ways of talking to and reading with your child* Let your child love numbers as well as words* Watch him or her excel at school and succeed in lifeAll parents who pick up this book will be inspired and empowered by Tony's understanding of their child's brain and what they can do to fulfil his or her true potential.

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Tony Buzan is the world-renowned inventor of Mind Maps and the multi-million copy bestselling author of Head First, Head Strong and The Mind Map Book. He appears regularly on television and lectures all over the world. His work has been published in 100 countries and 30 languages.

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