BRAIN FACT: Reading A Book While Holding A Child Contributes To Brain Growth In Many Ways

Friday, June 18, 2010

Reading a book while holding a child, contributes to brain growth in many ways.  Brain connections are made through visual stimulation, the opportunity to hear direct language, and from close physical contact.

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Thank you so much for educating about this, possibly the single easiest, most accessible activity most any parent/caregiver can do. So very valuable!
Ingrid Johnson
www.BabyParentingCoach.com

June 18, 2010 at 10:40 AM

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