Ask questions
Ask questions that require your child to give more than a yes or no response. If, as you walk with your toddler in a park, he stops to pick up leaves, you might point out how the leaves are the same and how they are different. With an older child, you might ask, What else grows on trees? Your questions help your child build connections between things, building pathways for neurons and, as a result, brain mass!
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