Young babies are excellent mimics, primarily because they don't copy purely due to instinct, but in fact they actually enjoy copying your behaviour. Experts now recommennd that this natural mimicry be...
Child nutrition is something every parent should be concerned with. Nutrition is directly linked to the development of the brain, as well as the proper development of the body. This means that through...
"A new study in the scientific journal Child Development, Nov./Dec., 2006, shows that if you teach students that their intelligence can grow and increase, they do better in school.About 100 seventh gr...
Copyright © 2007 The Brain Code LLCWith all the healthy stuff that my wife and I have been doing lately, my 10-year old son has become very health conscious. He will often ask me 'Is this good for me?...
How did we learn first the ABC's and 123's? Where did we first hear about our eyes, ears, mouth and nose? How did we know a cow says "moo" and the duck says "quack"? All these were introduced to us by...
Fun with a purpose is a real help in educating children. It makes learning so much more attractive. Everyone has a good idea about what is fun and what isn't. The same cannot be as easily said about l...
Some aspects of parenting are relatively easy, while others present us with more of a challenge. One area which often causes parents some difficulty is that of discipline and, in particular, teena...
Although the role of mothers has changed little over the years, the role of fathers has changed considerably, particularly over the past 150 years.During the second half of the nineteenth century, oft...
Although the role of mothers has changed little over the years, the role of fathers has changed considerably, particularly over the past 150 years. During the second half of the nineteenth ce...
Solving puzzles is a great way for young children to develop important hand-eye coordination and motor skills. The most basic of puzzles are those which include shape sorting, whereby a child is re...