Play games with your baby to develop skills and build muscles.
From the time they are in the crib, boys and girls demonstrate differences in their learning styles. Discover these differences in learning styles and how to identify your own child’s preferred style of learning.
While it's uncertain whether listening to Mozart will increase your child’s IQ, early exposure and active involvement with music will increase your child’s "musical intelligence."
Babies develop quickly—the pace of their learning is truly amazing. This article provides an overview of the key areas of infant learning, broken down to help you understand your child's development process.
The early wiring of your baby’s brain sets the stage for future development. Here are some tips to enrich your child's early experiences.
Use these criteria to help select a good toy for your child.
Here are some suggested tips for bedtime routines to help your child wind down at the end of the day.
At no other time in her life will your baby develop as quickly as she does now! You have a unique opportunity to influence her brain development and help her reach her full learning potential.
Though most parents are clued in to their child's physical and intellectual development, misconceptions prevail on their social and emotional milestones.
Reading to your baby introduces her to new words and conveys the importance of books and literacy. Get the most out of reading with your child with these tips.
Stimulate your baby’s observation skills by providing mobiles and pictures with patterns and color. The purpose is not to teach the child color names but to enrich her with interesting experiences. Change the items from time to time.
Baby Learning Tip
Read It Again! Babies love to hear the same story over and over again. But they can also learn based on the consistent and predictable pattern they hear in your repetition from day to day. Your lap, your voice and your time together are what matter most.
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