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Childhood is a critical stage. This is when the brain develops and habit and discipline develop that help children become well-adjusted adults. Parents are the ultimate role models for children, right? Taking advantage of your position and role, parents can support children for smarter thinking through many subtle and not so subtle activities. Simple routines, descriptions, and demonstrations help children develop reasoning. Here is a quick guide to support your children for smarter thinking through the different ages.
Raising a Smart Baby
Right from the newborn days until your baby grows up, you can do several things to help your baby learn from experience. A study says what babies experience from birth to the age of three, determines the adults they will grow up to be. Here are tips to help your baby be smart.
Raising a Smart Toddler
You’ll be amazed at the rapid rate at which toddlers grow. Given the right environment and encouragement, toddlers learn concepts, languages, and discipline that lasts a lifetime! Here are tips to support toddlers for smarter thinking:
Raising a Smart Preschooler
Preschool children are smart but there are more things you can do to ensure you raise a smart thinking preschooler.
Raising a Smart School Kid
Focusing on your child’s intellectual, artistic and physical performance at school is your priority at this stage in life. Here are tips to help you support your grade schooler for smart thinking:
Raising a Smart Teenager
Even though at this stage your child is more or else making their own decisions, there are still some things you can do to raise a smart thinker.
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About our guest blogger: Alicia Clarke is an educator and professional writer. Follow her on Twitter