Brain Games for Preschoolers

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Hamlyn, 2004 - Family & Relationships - 160 pages
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Give your child a head start in life with more than 200 enjoyable activities designed to stimulate brain development. Kids won't realize they're learning, but these fun-filled games— organized by age-appropriateness—will improve their coordination, memory, proficiency with words and numbers, problem-solving skills, and musical ability. Play counting and observation games with your 2–5 year old, draw and color, dance and sing, tell stories, embark on treasure hunts, and more. Even running around in the park, skipping rope, and riding a bike can prepare young minds for academic success. “Everyday learning” suggestions help you make the most of the brain-boosting potential inherent in such everyday activities as answering the phone, going shopping, cooking, and sorting the laundry.

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Walters is a qualified practitioner at the Art of Health and Yoga Center in London.

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