Early Development Newborn Program
Parents know that the first months of life are vital to the well-being of their children. Although learning continues throughout life, there is a special window of opportunity for permanent brain growth and learning that occurs in the first year of life. This period is vitally important for brain development. It is now recognized that the sooner the baby receives sensory stimulation and opportunity for mobility and language expression, the more likely that brain growth, development and skills will be optimized. When parents understand how their child develops, they can become the best teachers their babies will ever have. Best of all, this joyous early development newborn program brings parents and babies closer together, establishing a life-long bond of learning and love.
When parents understand how their child develops, they can become the best teachers their babies will ever have. Best of all, this joyous program brings parents and babies closer together, establishing a life-long bond of learning and love.
The early development newborn program is about how to give a baby a running start at achieving his full potential. Its aim is to help parents understand the process of brain growth and development in the newborn baby, so that parents are able to create an environment that enhances and enriches that growth and development. This edition of the program, including the book How Smart Is Your Baby?, contains the materials you need to develop and nurture your newborn’s full potential.
This program includes these essential materials needed for enriching your baby’s first year of life:
- Two black-and-white checkerboard posters.
- Two checkerboard posters with color detail.
- Five face cards.
- 21 outline cards.
- 10 Dot Cards®.
- 21 detail cards.
- 10 color fruit cards.
- 10 black word cards.
- 22 red word cards.
- 5 blank 11″ x 11″ cards.
- Daily checklists.
- PLUS the book, How Smart Is Your Baby?.
The newborn period is the explosive start to learning and brain growth.
The baby in utero is creating billions and billions of brain cells prior to birth. Those brain cells only await stimulation to create networks that will allow the child to see, hear, feel, taste and smell. Proper stimulation also enhances mobility, language and manual ability.
Brain development and mobility growth are important for a newborn baby. The baby’s mobility development strongly affects his overall development. Providing appropriate mobility, language and manual opportunity in the right environment makes all the difference.
Parents should know that the brain grows by use. Babies can learn virtually anything that we can teach them in an honest, factual and joyous way. Babies raised in an environment rich in stimulation develop better brains.
To create the best environment for your baby:
- Respect your baby’s intelligence
- Pay attention to your baby
- Create a stimulating environment