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The breeding ground for the child’s little brain. A genius, a virtuoso, a dancer, an architect or a scientist – They all need the same things in the beginning. “A mom, milk, a puppet…” In other words the feeling of safety, someone close, the ability to concentrate, play and communicate. Tips on how to play from 0 to 5 years old.

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    • Picture lotto upside down

      We tailored the rules of the game for the smallest (up to 5 years) in such a way that they weren’t stressed out from the competition, were able to calmly learn the game and all in a good atmosphere. How can one reduce rivalry and stress, not suppress empathy, not c…

    • Unforced reading

      To make your child start reading, he needs to be interested in reading. Before learning the alphabet or even a few letters, an advertisement can help. Thanks to pictograms, signs, symbols, names of products, etc.–incredibly colourful. Specifically for children, you …

    • Attention, Infant 0-6 Month

      To do list from the book Bright From the Start, Jill Stamm, Gotham Books Deliberately attend to infant with frequent face-to-face time, bringing face within ten to twelve inches when speaking, using exaggerated expressions and mouth movements. Mak…

    • Attention, Baby 6-18 Months

      To do list from the book Bright from the Start, Jill Stamm, Gotham Books At the beginning of this stage (six-nine month), deliberetaly attend to baby with frequent face-to-face time, bringing face within ten to twelve inches when speaking, using exaggerated fac…

    • Attention, 18 Months-3 Years

      To do list from the book Bright from the Start, Jill Stamm, Gotham Books Frequently bring face down to toddler’s eye level when wanting to capture toddler’s attention. Make direct eye contact woth toddler; trying to stimulate and maintain todd…

    • Bonding, Infants 0-6 Months

      To do list from the book Bright from the Start, Jill Stamm, Gotham Books Delibarately hold the infant often vs. having infant in an infant carrier seats. Kiss, hug and hold infant routinely throughout the day. Encourage skin-to-skin contact. Mass…

    • Bonding, Babies 6-18 Months

      To do list from the book Bright from the Start, Jill Stamm, Gotham Books Delibarately hold the baby often vs. having infant in an infant carrier seats. Kiss, hug and hold baby routinely throughout the day. Encourage skin-to-skin contact. Massage …

    • Bonding, Toddlers 18 Months-3 Years

      To do list from the book Bright from the Start, Jill Stamm, Gotham Books At special times during the day, take the time to hold and hug toddler. Encourage skin-to-skin contact. Massage toddler on regular, daily basis (e.g., bath time, bedtime, etc…

    • Communication, Infants 0-6 Months

      To do list from the book Bright from the Start, Jill Stamm, Gotham Books Use parentese intentionally to stimulate distinct language-proccessing areas of the brain and extend infant’s attention span. Talk frequently all day long, describe actions…

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