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There are a few fundamentals to remember when teaching babies, and most of them you know inside your heart as a parent.

However, you need to begin with this premise:

If intelligence is the ability to learn, then babies are born geniuses!

While a baby's brain can learn just about anything, parents have an important role to experience in determining simply how much - and just how easily - their baby learns.

Here, we discuss the important thing issues to remember when teaching your child.

A unique strategic window: 5 months' gestation to 5 years of age

The younger the mind, the greater malleable it is - this is exactly why young children are just like sponges. A baby's brain builds itself by forming connections in response towards the stimulation it receives. The fetus begins answering sound during month five in the womb, when her sense of hearing becomes fully developed. This means that learning begins before birth.

Little Reader

After birth, the newborn's brain continues wiring itself in reaction towards the child's experiences of the world. Learning is faster and more effortless than it is ever going to be again. Acquiring our native language from birth guarantees that we will master that language, it doesn't matter how linguistically gifted we grow to be as adults. It is all about harnessing the strength of a baby's brain. Likewise, anyone can master the abilities of reading, math or music, so long as they start learning in a young enough age.

Babies Like to learn!

A baby's mental abilities are hardwired for learning, making babies probably the most avid students on the planet. In addition, babies and small children carry no baggage which comes from being sent to school and being subjected to quizzes, tests and examinations. For babies, learning is pure enjoyment.

Teaching will not be forced

Regular practice is important, but not to begin forcing. Above all, your son or daughter should enjoy the learning process. Hold lessons only when he's receptive, and end them before he loses interest.

Play is important

Babies and kids need time for you to explore the planet around them, get objects and examine them, and obtain to grips with the laws of nature. Your baby should spend the majority of her waking hours engaged in hands-on play.

Relax enjoy yourself

Avoid concentrating on having your child achieve specific knowledge goals. Treat lesson time instead as an opportunity for strengthening the parent-child bond. Teaching your child should not become a source of stress for both of you. If you feel this is happening, reevaluate your approach or trim down the lesson program as necessary.

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