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How the Brain Develop

What children experience even before learning how to talk increase their chances of reaching their full potential and might be the key to creating a better society for everyone.

How the babies’ brains develop and how this early period lays the foundation for who we will become in the future. Our capacity to learn, observe information, and shape our behavior and understanding of the world around us, it won’t never be as powerful as it is during our first few years of life.

During our early years, the brain optimizes learning and is capable of extraordinary changes. The baby’s brains can create more than 1,000,000 unicorn connections every single second. Practice makes perfect. And that is exactly what the brain does. Every time, we learn and experience something new, it detects a change and that changes from connection, which helps build the connection a powerful brain. The connection that are not used repeatedly, are lost.

During the early years when the brain is at its most actively is when the road map of our life is the first design. Although changes are possible as children grow, sciences have proven that getting it right from the beginning is the best opportunity we have to increase our child’s happiness and success. 

The reason that these early experiences are important for the baby brain is to set up a routine to predict the future. The frequency with which the event happen in the world will make a huge difference in the brain. And the brain tense to settle for something that happens more frequently.

If you want to come into the world flexible to learn any cultures, values then you should come ready to learn (Experience expectant).

The first 3 years of life are magical years.

What the child experiences directly affect the way the brain gets build. 

What they are exposed to and how they have been treated, is going to have a major influence on that child’s to thrive now and in the future.

Children who get a good solid early childhood education foundation are more likely to continue their education and get high skilled jobs in the future.

If you really care about education you have to care about what happens before the child goes to school.

 

Responsive, nurturing, and interactive connection matters;

Responsive mutual interaction is very important. Children are going to learn from whatever they are exposed to. Whatever we want our child to be, we have to be those things with them to allow them to get there. We have more influence than most people realized. 

Until babies develop language, all communications are non-verbal, so they depend heavily on looking at the face and trying to thrive meaning from that face. Language is important because it is the first symbol system and we build all of the symbol systems on that. Babies can discriminate all the sounds used all in the languages of the entire world. They are still not talking themselves, but their perceptions narrow and specialize in the sounds that they are heaving from the parents.

Children are Resilient. Interruption happens all the time in everyday life. What is in a good relationship is this reconnection. For children, real conversation with real people is education.

Guided Play promoting learning

Play in all its form from free and self-directed play, to rule playing assisted by adults prepare the young brain.

The secret is not fancy toys, things that allow their imagination to run wild like and play and relaxation.

Music has a special or almost magical effect on us. Scientist has proven that music is short cut to happiness. What is interesting now discovering that children like to play an instrument or sing, creates more connections in their brain and this can contribute to their ability to learn math, read, and boost their physical development. 

Self-regulation

When children have difficulty controlling their impulses they get in trouble with peers, parents, and others. Self-regulation helps to manage this issue.

Particularly for kids who have difficulty regulating their emotions, attention, they will begin to develop self-perception. Perception at they are not good at something or getting along with other kids.

Self-regulation is about controlling impulsive responses. leaving executive function skills is what will help children to avoid distractions is focus on achieving the goal. Ability to hold information on mind responding in an appropriate way to the different circumstances.

Executive function brings together social-emotional and cognitive capacities so that we can achieve goals.

These early years are crucial in mapping out the rest of the child’s life and that not only impact their family and neighborhood, but also society at large.

You need to invest in your child.

What children experience during the first years of their life has a lasting impact on the development of their brain. 

While the genes set the roadmap, experiences create the neural connection inside the brain. These set the foundations of our emotions, language, motor skills, vision, and memories.

If one region gets additional stimulations the neural pathways within that area and the connections to other areas grow stronger. This process is called Synaptic Pruning.

Dear parents

Early childhood development (ECD) is a period in your child’s life from conception to 8 years of age and need your special attention.

Early childhood is the special and crucial period during in which the brain develops fastest and is responsive to changes. 

  • Environmental influences

  • Nurturing

  • Care

  • Stimulation

  • Nutrition

  • Healthcare 

Have a major impact on the developing brain during this stage.

If children are given good nutrition, adequate care, and stimulation in a timely manner, they will develop fully, both intellectually and physically.

And they will be able to fully develop;

  • Thinking

  • Language

  • Emotion

  • Social skills

They will be better in school and become more productive.

Remember during this stage how you are is just as important as what you DO.

Early connections last a lifetime.

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