Super Bright Baby: 50 Things You Really Need to Know [NOOK Book]

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How to have a super-smart baby in 50 bite-sized chapters. From pregnancy to toddlerhood, Super Bright Baby: 50 Things You Really Need to Know will help parents nurture their child's burgeoning mind. Expert author John Farndon recommends strategies - including ways to bond, intelligence-building play and teaching your child to read - that can be used throughout every stage of a baby's development. With a timeline covering learning and growing milestones, boxes outlining the scientific facts for each topic, and ...
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Super Bright Baby: 50 Things You Really Need to Know

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Overview

How to have a super-smart baby in 50 bite-sized chapters. From pregnancy to toddlerhood, Super Bright Baby: 50 Things You Really Need to Know will help parents nurture their child's burgeoning mind. Expert author John Farndon recommends strategies - including ways to bond, intelligence-building play and teaching your child to read - that can be used throughout every stage of a baby's development. With a timeline covering learning and growing milestones, boxes outlining the scientific facts for each topic, and quotes from leading childcare experts, this book is the smart choice for parents who want a great future for their children.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781623653729
  • Publisher: Quercus
  • Publication date: 4/15/2014
  • Sold by: Hachette Digital, Inc.
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 208
  • File size: 7 MB

Meet the Author

John Farndon is the London-based author of many hundreds of books for children and adults on scientific and environmental issues, including the international bestseller Do You Think You're Clever? (short-listed for the Society of Authors Education Award). He has written widely on the human mind and body, including books such as The Mind Explained and The Story of Nerves for the Nobel science organization. With leading child-psychologist Dorothy Einon he wrote Creative Play, a pioneering book on creative ideas to promote a child's development.
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Table of Contents

During pregnancy - 01 Nourishing baby - 02 Prepped and ready - 03 Baby space - 04 The developing brain Newborn - 05 Love is all you need - 06 Getting attached - 07 Visual playpen - 08 Smiley face - 09 Soundtracks - 10 A feel of the world Early months - 11 Food for thought - 12 I did that! - 13 Brain on the move - 14 Facing the world - 15 Like me, like you - 16 Joined-up thinking Growing baby - 17 Taking turns - 18 The resonance circuit - 19 Exploring the world - 20 Learning about people - 21 Now you see it… - 22 Memory practice - 23 Baby-talk - 24 Learning words - 25 Baby signing - 26 The baby artist - 27 Social baby - 28 Mind games - 29 Stories and books - 30 I see, you see - 31 Nursery time - 32 Good natured - 33 Sensory play Towards toddlerhood - 34 Learning environment - 35 Being curious - 36 Independently minded - 37 An organized mind - 38 Arty party - 39 Singing together - 40 Hold that thought - 41 Vocabulary explosion - 42 Screened out - 43 Wired for learning - 44 Mood swings - 45 Cognitive development - 46 Toddler books - 47 Count on me - 48 A unique person - 49 Abstract thinking - 50 The growing brain
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