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Baby Development: Ten Tips on How to Raise a Smart Baby

Baby Development: Ten Tips on How to Raise a Smart BabyParents will always want the best for their children. That’s why most moms and dads start helping out with baby development early in their child’s initial years.

Does this mean that you would be putting too much pressure on yourself and your baby? Not really. In fact, multiple reads and experts agree that baby development is at its prime time during a child’s first years of life. Take advantage of it.

Consider these tips on baby development and how to raise a bright youngster.

1. Bond

Although it can be tough especially when you’re a new parent—with the new, unsatisfying sleep pattern, the isolation from friends and usual social activities, etc.—try to bond with your baby every chance that you get.

Understand that when your baby is with you, he/she feels safe; and when he/she feels safe, he/she picks things up faster. His/her comprehension is better and he/she learns more. That’s why one of the first things to work on is your baby’s sense of security.

So take your time while changing his/her diaper, breastfeed if you can, or simply keep your baby company.

2. Chat

To some, speech is a clear sign of good baby development—especially when he/she utters his/her first words earlier than expected. Get into making him/her talk. Go on and be silly with funny noises, coos and baby talk!

Try to attach a sound for every action with your baby and be consistent with it. Make a squeal when he/she pokes your nose, or do something hilarious when he/she tries to pull on one of your fingers. This teaches him/her the simple concept of cause and effect.

3. Sing

Bonding can be as simple as lying down with your baby and listening to some good music. Or you can always sing your favorite songs to him/her. Did you know that discerning rhythms in music is strongly linked to learning math.

4. Do Face Time

Take advantage of those tiny moments when he/she is awake, and look directly into his/her eyes. Not only does this help with the development of photographic memory, but it also encourages facial recognition.

By reading facial expressions, your child’s ability to comprehend emotions also gets a workout.

5. Point

More on working on the visual and speech parts of baby development, it should be good practice to point and label random objects in an area. Point to a lamp and say that it’s a lamp; point to his/her blanket and say that it’s his/her “blankie.”

Best if you can talk about the object in question. Your baby may not have a clue about what you’re babbling about at first, but trust that this helps with learning language and communication faster.

6. Reflect

While a local pamahiin (superstition) will tell you that it’s bad to have your infant look into a mirror, studies in baby development say otherwise. Movement is at play in this activity. Your child will probably think that he/she is interacting with another baby, and will want to make that other baby wave, giggle or smile.

7. Play

The most fun way of discovering things is through playing! And checking online will give you a list of games that you can try with your little bundle of joy. Just make sure to pick one that your baby will enjoy and, of course, will learn a lot from.

As with your criteria for choosing games, go for toys that will add or exercise your child’s mental and physical abilities.

8. Explore

Whether it’s with sceneries or with food, allow your baby to explore and discover new things. Take him/her out for a walk and make sure to point out what you want for him/her to store in that young memory factory.

Open his/her senses to new textures and temperatures as well. Guide his/her hand on a towel, the smooth feel of a flower’s petal, or let her feel the side of a warm cup of coffee—it goes without saying that you should be careful.

9. Be Creative

And because fun is another factor that makes learning easy, try to add more and make your interactions with your little one a little more exciting! Don’t just read stories, act it out or do voices. Don’t just listen to music, sing and encourage him/her to hum along!

10. Nap

We all need a break from fun and learning, so make sure that your baby gets adequate zzz’s every day. A recent study suggests naps and proper bedtime help babies retain and process new information.

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2 Responses to Baby Development: Ten Tips on How to Raise a Smart Baby

  1. Hello ~ and thanks for a nice article.
    I’m wondering how you overlooked the topic of feeding??? Research results are very clear … the critical decision to breastfeed vs artificially formula feed has a major impact on baby’s brain composition and IQ.

    1. A formula fed baby’s brain is 30% different in composition from a normal human baby’s brain! There are numerous ramifications, immediate and long-term, when babies fail to breastfeed.
    2. A formula fed baby’s IQ range will be 5 – 8 IQ points lower than normal.

    Please consider adding this critical information.

    Thank you.
    Sandy Jamieson, IBCLC

    • Hi Mommy Sandy,

      Thank you for providing this information. Rest assured we will be more vigilant in proving more insightful facts for moms to read about. :)

      Team TriSopure

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