Tip to improve my son brain development. he is at age of 4 months.

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  1. lavanyasenthil profile image59
    lavanyasenthilposted 7 years ago

    Tip to improve my son brain development. he is at age of 4 months.

    easy tip as mush easy as possible and useful

  2. vansh121 profile image59
    vansh121posted 7 years ago

    Do not you think it is a very early age and you want to improve his brain development. I think this time he/she needs your love, affection and care. If you will provide him/her in enough quantity, he himself will be a good and intelligent boy.

  3. Imogen French profile image84
    Imogen Frenchposted 7 years ago

    I don't think it is ever too early to help your child with their mental development

    My tips are:

    interact with your son as much as possible,
    talk to him,
    read to him,
    play with him
    play him music and sing to him

    all these things will stimulate his brain, teach him about language - even if he doesn't understand the words at first - and be fun for you both.

  4. arksys profile image90
    arksysposted 7 years ago

    the more you talk to him ... the better, choose the right toys for him as he's growing up... something like building blocks etc ... but make sure to balance things out... too much work and no play makes jack a dull boy.

  5. cobrien profile image78
    cobrienposted 7 years ago

    Stimulate babies senses. Expose him to different things. Take him to the store with you. Walk him around the yard, the block, the park and the mall. Talk to him. Read to him. Sing to him. Play with him. Provide a variety of toys with different sounds, textures, shapes and colors. Classical music is said to stimulate the brain of infants. Babies learn from experience.

  6. delaneyworld profile image78
    delaneyworldposted 7 years ago

    With plenty of nurturing, love and attention, your baby's mind will develop normally.  Provide him an environment in which he can explore as he gets older.  When my daughter was that young I would read to her, sing to her, listen to music and dance with her in my arms.  I made it a point to talk to her normally and she seemed to pick up on language quite quickly. 

    When you are with your son simple point out the colors of the things around him, provide different textures and colors he can explore, talk to him as if he understands everything. 

    As others have said, I've seen a lot of moms in the grocery store with their baby.  Some just do their shopping without addressing their baby.  Others are completely engaged with their child as they shop.  They talk about the different vegetables, fruits, talk about what they are seeing, how it feels in the store (cold or warm), etc.  They also talk about what they are doing, what they will do next, what they are having for dinner, etc.  Keeping your baby engaged is a good thing and never forget their are right there, ready to soak up their environment just like sponges, even when they are tiny. 

    Most of all, give him lots and lots of love.


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