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Play is an essential part of your child’s learning, brain development, and overall health. This section discusses the importance of play in helping your child learn to navigate the world around her, and suggests appropriate toys and activities for various ages and stages.

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You can support your baby’s cognitive development by encouraging creativity and the arts. Here are some ideas and activities to get you started.

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Spending a portion of each day outside benefits your child’s brain development in multiple ways. Here are some activities to promote her interest in...

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Your support and love during your child's first three years greatly impacts her readiness to learn. Here are some suggestions for keeping her ready to...

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There are two kinds of knowledge transfer: transferring past learning to a present situation and transferring present learning to a future situation. ...

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Play is an essential part of your child’s learning, brain development, and health. All stages of your baby’s physical, emotional, and mental devel...

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Concept development, unlike memorization, builds on the other methods of learning and uses higher mental functions, such as being deliberate, solving ...

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When your baby has an experience, she learns by taking in information through her senses in a distinct way and attempts to adapt to her environment. B...

Grow Healthy. Grow Happy. Guide
By Grow Healthy. Grow Happy. The Whole Baby Guide. ™

A comprehensive and accessible resource for natural baby care. Nurture your baby with nature's principles for a radiant life. Grow Healthy. Grow Happy. The Whole Baby Guide is a complete resource for parents to give their babies a healthy beginning for the first three years.