When Kids Learn, Brains Grow! (a.k.a. Neurobiology Made Easy)

When Kids Learn, Brains Grow! (a.k.a. Neurobiology Made Easy)

The first five years of your child will have a huge impact on adulthood, according to neuroscience. Discover how understanding this breakthrough scientific concept can help you raise an AlphaKid.

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The period from birth to age five is uniquely critical in a child's brain development. In fact, 90% of a child's brain develops by age five, which means the skills needed for future success could already be in place at this very young age. Make sure you raise a well-rounded, independent, smart, and fast-thinking AlphaKid through understanding how your preschooler's brain grows!

Remember that experiences during this age help shape your young child's brain architecture. Knowing how the brain develops can help you give your child the best care they need.

Neurobiology teaches us that relationships and learning environments help shape children's development in profound ways. In fact, early childhood experiences have an even more significant influence than heredity. 

According to a study by the Ministerial Council for Education Australia, parents only have a window of up to five years old to help kids' mental and physical wellbeing. This is the time to aid their brains in what it's wired to do through nurturing relationships, good nutrition, and exercise.

Examples of how these play on raising independent and well-rounded AlphaKids as they grow old are allowing them to watch and copy parents, exposing them to everyday scenarios, and letting them do things on their own with guidance.
One of the factors contributing to a healthy child's brain, neuroscience confirms, is a positive parenting style. Young children require stable, caring, and interactive relationships with their parents. 

Good parenting practices such as reading to your growing child, using positive language, actively responding to their wants, and giving them proper food nutrition are all associated with outstanding developmental outcomes. These will determine their performance in school, their independence, and how they'll be later on in the workplace and the community.

In contrast, a study reported by Harvard University's Center on the Developing Child says that a toxic and stressful environment may cause lifelong problems in learning, behavior, and physical and mental health. 

As parents, we want only the best for our kids. By giving them the best available care, along with a balanced diet, we can provide a solid brain foundation that will make them stay ahead of the rest. 

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Early childhood brain development has lifelong impact. Arizona PBS: Arizona State University. https://azpbs.org/2017/11/early-childhood-brain-development-lifelong-impact/

Winter, P. Ph. D. (2010, Mar). Engaging Families in the Early Childhood Development Story. Ministerial Council for Education Australia - Early Childhood Development & Youth Affairs. https://dokumen.tips/documents/engaging-families-in-the-ecd-story-neuroscience-and-ecd.html

InBrief: The Science of Early Childhood Development. Center on the Developing Child - Harvard University. https://developingchild.harvard.edu/resources/inbrief-science-of-ecd/

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