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What is healthy for your Lawrenceville preschooler’s brain development?

Posted on 08-13-2014


The first five years of your child’s life are the most important for brain development. These years form the basis for learning in school and later in life. As a working parent, it can be tough to maintain a good balance between work and fostering your child’s brain development. We have provided some useful information here regarding the most crucial aspects of brain development for your young child.

Your baby at birth

At birth, your baby’s brain is not fully developed. It is still processing, developing and making neural connections through learning. These periods of learning are critical in your baby’s early years. Every experience adds to the brain’s development as the baby gets used to his or her surroundings. Certain things are very important to do with your baby in the first few months. Playing and interacting with your child, plus reading aloud, are very important not only for learning but for parent-child bonding. These types of activities strongly support your baby’s brain development.

Preschool time

The care that you give your baby in the early years forms the basis for him or her to develop the correct mental and social ability for entering preschool. From as young as two years old, he or she might be ready for a more important learning experience. Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academy of University Center gives your child the best support, attention and education that they need during the preschool years.For your child’s optimal development, they need a bright, fun and exciting learning experience to activate the brain. Your child’s brain will be developing through immersion in hands-on, multisensory activities all while continuing to have fun. We will ensure that he or she grows and learns at his or her own pace.

Contact us now at Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academy of University Center in Lawrenceville, Georgia to get your child started in the right direction.

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