Infants Neurological Advancement
Learn ways to provoke infants brain development
Stimulation in 6 tips
2. Match experiences to the child's mental abilities. Babies need physical experiences. That is how they learn. It is important to provide experiences at their level of understanding. Interactive toys can help stimulate a child's learning ability. Make sure that you are using age appropriate toys.
3. Practice makes perfect. The more repetition, the stronger the neurons become. Establish routines so the child learns what to expect. You could read a bedtime story, even though they are not able to read themselves. An infant will learn that sitting down with you and a book is important.
4. Actively involve the child. Provide experiences in which the child can take part of. Children of all ages learn best by doing. An example you could use is giving your child a toy with shapes and inserts so they are able to learn what shape it is. Or you could show them how to drink from a cup and after you do it, help your child do it.
5. Provide variety, but avoid overload. Some parents try to expose their child to as many different experiences as possible to enhance brain development. Children do benefit from a variety of experiences, but too many can overwhelm them. You could try to have the child play with animals. Have them meet other children and play with them. Let other parents/adults hold your child as well or even go for walks.
6. Avoid pushing the child. Children learn better when they are interested in what they are doing. Look for clues showing their interest in the activity. If not, then do not force them to do it. You can try giving them a toy or puzzle and if they seem to enjoy it let them keep playing with it. If the baby ignores the toy or does not attempt to try it, find something else for them.