125 Brain Games for Babies: Simple Games to Promote Early Brain Development

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Createspace Independent Pub, 2010 - Psychology - 288 pages
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Simple, enjoyable games build a solid foundation for successful future learning! Did You Know the Brain of an Infant... is 250% more active than that of an adult? has formed 1000 trillion connections by the end of the third year (twice as many as adults have)? produces synapses (connections) faster in the first year than at any other time of life? 125 Brain Games for Babies is a fun-filled collection of ways to develop the brain capacity of babies - the building blocks of future learning. Included are everyday opportunities to nurture brain development in the critical period from birth through 12 months. Each game has information on the latest brain research, and a discussion of how the activity promotes brain power.

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User Review  - Sarah - Goodreads

My daycare provider recommended this book when I first brought my son to stay with her when I returned to work. During those early months where he mostly just ate, slept, and looked around, it was ... Read full review

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User Review  - Megan Richards - Goodreads

good way to understand what a baby is like within that first year. simple structure and information connected to research Read full review

About the author (2010)

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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