Ninety percent of a child’s brain is developed during the years from birth to five. These brain connections are created largely due to the experiences a child has during these early years. Brain development isn’t about pushing children to learn more at early ages or having expensive toys. It is about providing valuable experiences and loving interactions with a child. In addition to physical needs play and attention are what a baby’s brain needs most.
braininsights® has created materials to make brain development research apply to real life situations. The first two activity packets available in the six part series, Love Your Baby and Fun While I’m One, provide age appropriate activities that are easily incorporated into every day life. Each packet contains 40 activities along with a description of the brain development that is occurring. The creator and author of braininsights®, Deborah McNelis says, “People get very excited about the positive influence they realize they can have when they understand early brain development.” She says, “It does not have to be complicated!” braininsights® is assisting parents, grandparents, nanny’s, early childhood educators, foster parents, and more to be proactive in the development of children.
WIN: 24/7 MOMS and braininsights are giving away on set of activity packets.
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US entries only and one entry per person. Winner will be chosen on August 29, 2010.
**This is a sponsored post from braininsights. We also received braininsights for review.