A cutting-edge handbook for parents from a pioneer in infant brain development Should you really read to your baby? Can teaching a baby sign language. Dr Jill Stamm, a leading authority in infant brain development, uses the latest scientific research to show how parents can nurture their child’s. Bright from the Start: The Simple, Science-Backed Way to Nurture Your Child’s Developing Mind from Birth to Age 3 offers scientific reasoning.
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Stamm explained concepts about how children develop attention that I haven’t read anywhere else.
Dil ogrenimi, muzik, kitap okuma vb. Jan 13, Kathy rated it it was amazing.
Baby Brain Box – Bright From The Start Book – Author Dr. Jill Stamm, Ph.D. – Child Development
A fascinating read that will heighten your respect for your miracle children. Her words make sense and I want to read this book again at some point. Rather than hright charts that show parents where there children fit amidst other children, these charts help parents figure out what they should be doing, as parents, at different stages of development. This book makes neuroscientific and developmental concepts practical, which is sadly a rarity in the genre.
For kids above that age, they have to deal with pre schools, disciplines, relationship, cultures, etc.
Nov 10, Brittany rated it it was ok Shelves: She is a well-known presenter on the subject of early brain development… More about Jill Stamm. Bright From the Start: The evidence based information and the practical suggestions to enhance cognitive development in young children makes this book a unique one! Thank Goodness Its Cheap.
I liked the fact that she made sure that each activity she suggested didn’t require expensive toys or equipment – that in fact, parents are a child’s first toy, and that simply spending time with a parent who talks to them, sings to them, and reads to them is the most important stimulation that a child can have.
The main goal of the methods suggested in the book is to activate different regions of the brain, thus help the brain exercise and grow. Jan 17, Delia rated it it was amazing Shelves: She doesn’t think it needs to be removed completely, she just explains why it isn’t good for a young brain to have too much of it or too much of anything for that matter.
Books for Parents: Bright from the Start by Jill Stamm
By working with Dr. It focuses only on brain development, and the 3 fron ingredients attention, bonding, communicationunlike the majority of books on the same topic which cover all aspects of human life and therefore usually overclaim. Stamm’s theory is simple to follow.
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Stamm’s section on bonding is the only place where I’ve seen a specific discussion of child care providers. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Jill Stamm’s daughter was born almost four months premature, and doctors insisted she would never walk or talk. Penguin- Education – pages. hright
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But definitely more for parents than for educators. A fascinating read that will heighten your res This book I picked up soon after I gave birth to my daughter. Medina is a scientist and a wonk. Stamm highlights her stance in the whole spectrum of early childhood development within the first few pages of the book. Learning a musical instrument actually does seem to have significant cognitive benefits increased hand-eye coordination, for examplebut generally she’s a big proponent of the idea that music should be one of life’s great joys, rather than a way to make sure your kid gets into Harvard.
Your kids will look forward to them. She uses scientific evidence to discuss why certain things encourage the brain to develop. Based on her recommendations, we’ve decided to keep my son in the nanny share until age 2, rather than transitioning him to a more “educational” environment at 18 months.
Listening to a tape or watching a video doesn’t teach babies.