You Already Have Everything You Need to Become a Brain Builder

You Already Have Everything You Need to Become a Brain Builder

The first five years are when babies’ brains grow fastest. How do you make the most of it?


The first five years are when babies’ brains grow fastest. How do you make the most of this time?

When it comes to your baby’s brain, there’s new news, and it’s good news. The latest research has shown the first five years are when the brain is growing the fastest — and it’s shaped by every interaction your baby has with you.

New science has revealed that every time you talk and play with your baby, you’re actually sparking new, healthy connections in the brain. It may not seem like much from the outside, but these connections are the vital foundation your baby’s brain will need for the future. So, the more you connect with your little one now, the better your baby will do later on in school and in life.

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And the best news of all? You already have everything you need to build a healthy, strong brain in the time you have. No special toys needed, nothing to add to your to do list, and it’s absolutely free (phew!). Thanks to the dedicated neuroscientists and child development experts at Vroom, there are simple things you can do now that will make a big difference in your baby’s future.

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I talk to my kids and if they won;t listen first I talk to TV then if don't work it is time out. They are some good kids.

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I talk to my kids and if they won;t listen first I talk to TV then if don't work it is time out. They are some good kids.

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I talk to my kids and if they won;t listen first I talk to TV then if don't work it is time out. They are some good kids.

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Thanks for sharing CoraRusso22 & Escape008!

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I talk to my kids like they are little adults, you get more respect that way instead of yelling @ them, trust me it works

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