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How Can Parenting Skills Affect Brain Development in Cuming Preschoolers?

Posted on 12-17-2014


Much of what a young child is exposed to in life will lead to brain development in some way. Parents therefore have an immensely important role to play in the development of their child’s brain. The childcare experts at Kids ‘R’ Kids take a closer look at how your parenting skills may be affecting your child’s brain development.

Fill your child’s life with positive experiences

Creating positive experiences for your child encourages healthy brain development. These positive experiences can be anything from reading a book or playing together, to heading out for an educational trip to the zoo. Numerous childcare studies have shown that physical and emotional trauma can negatively impact the brain development of a child.

Encourage learning wherever you go

Learning can be fun, so take advantage of opportunities to encourage learning through enjoyable activates. If you are in a store, encourage your child to count how many people are wearing green shirts during your trip, or ask about the sound certain animals make while at the park or the petting zoo. Your child’s brain is forming new synapses at an incredible rate, which means you should take advantage of every learning opportunity.

Do not stress or fight with your partner in front of your child

Your worries, whether financial, emotional or about relationships should not be displayed or spoken of in front of your child. Several studies have shown that maternal stress can have a debilitating impact on your child.

Come and visit Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academy of Cumming, Georgia, today and find out why so many parents choose to send their preschoolers to us. For more information about our facilities or programs, contact us today. We offer the ideal environment to educate and stimulate your child in this day and age.

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