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10 Ways to Stimulate Brain Power in Children


10 Ways to Stimulate Brain Power in Children

It is important for parents to be aware of and carry out activities that can help to stimulate brain power in children during early childhood years. Read on to learn more about the 10 ways to stimulate brain power in children.

The brain power plays a key role in developing skills that would help one to meet every goal in various phases of life. So, it is imperative to understand, how to stimulate such brain power in the children, to help them grow confidently and equip them with skills with which they can come out with flying colours in life.
By birth, a baby’s brain is known to contain several billion neurons and as the baby grows a sensory network gets formed by trillions of cellular connections at brain level, medically termed as neural synapses. If children are properly stimulated, these will grow or continue to function properly, failing which they may get lost leading to low functional brain. To stimulate the brain power in children, one must know exactly what things are needed to be done and the optimal way to do it. Here are some of the ways to go about that.

1. Everything that Starts Well will End Up Well

Every mother should stay healthy during pregnancy. This is possible by undergoing a healthy diet, scheduled health checkups and proper medication as per doctor’s advice. Care should be taken to stay out of drugs that can bring in harm to a child’s brain in a developing stage. It has been medically proven that smoking during pregnancy leads to poor brain development in children leading to poor brain power.

2. Hug Your Child

Hug your children everyday to give them the comfort. Do not underestimate a power of hug as it can work wonders to provide positive stimulation to child’s brain. Such a physical contact can also help decrease the children’s stress, if there are any and augment their sense of welfare and poignant safety. A medical study had been conducted and it proved that the rate at which the discharge of premature babies from the hospital has increased when they were given proper massage at least thrice in a day when compared to that of babies who were not given any massage.

3. Ambience for Stimulation

Once a child has started crawling, it is a duty for the parents to setup a safer ambience for them to navigate and explore. Moving around will help the children’s brain to understand metrics related to distance such as how closer or far to reach the spot.

4. Touch the Heart and Reach the brain

Sing a song to touch your child’s soul and while singing, be expressive enough with moves and imitations that would help your child to assimilate sounds with something that they could come across quite often. It is through songs one can easily enhance the children learning of tempo, rhyme, and verbal communication patterns.

5. Eat to Treat

Instead of forcing the children to eat during their developing stage, have a separate plate for them with food and eat along with them. Take food in front of them so that they can observe and start doing things on their own. Things could turn out messy in the initial stage but remember humans learn by practice.

6. Action and Reaction

Ensure to offer clear reaction for every action performed by the children as and when they demand. An immature budding brain will try to make sense of everything that is being responded back.

7. Touch Therapy

Offer various items to the children for them to touch and understand different things. For instance, offer them water so as to make their brain understand what would be a liquid form material and allow them to touch stone to understand the materials in solid form. Just ensure the safety measures are considered and taken before carrying out such activities.

8. A Friend in Need is a Friend Indeed

Attend immediately when the children cry out for help or for any reasons for them to be confident and understand that help is available always around the world. Pacify them by a prompt hug as it helps to make a positive emotional circuitry in the brain’s limbic portion.

9. Play Games

Every child will consider a person to be a hero if they can play well along with them. Moreover, a game atmosphere will stimulate the brain immensely than most other activities. So, play to win their hearts.

10. Read to Enable the Brain to Listen

A great bed time story will enable the children’s brain to gain listening power, a most invaluable sense that a brain must possess in order to achieve a greater success in life.
Stimulating children’s brain power with care is utmost importance for the children to grow and succeed in their life. Concisely, a children’s brain is directly dependent on action carried out by parents and people surrounding them, so handle them with full of love and care.

What are the ways to stimulate brain power in children? Which activities can help to stimulate brain power in children? Why is it important to stimulate brain power during early childhood years? Discuss here.



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