How to improve children's intelligence and which mini games are beneficial to children's brain development
Who doesn't want your children to be smart and clever? If you want to improve your children’s intelligence, you can’t just rely on kindergarten teachers or elementary school teachers. Everyone should pay attention to early education, which is very important for babies’ brain development. Let's take a look at the little games that make babies smarter and smarter.
1. Building blocks
When parents and children build blocks together, do not interfere with the baby. The baby can do whatever he wants, and it is best to let him play freely. When the baby is finished, the parents should let the baby talk about what it is.
Drawing and writing are just to let the baby play his 'power' on the plane, and building blocks can exercise the baby's spatial imagination. In the process of building blocks, babies need to think: different blocks have different colors and shapes, so that the built blocks look good or not, and they are not stable. The baby's thinking like this will help develop the baby's classification and sorting ability.
2. Imitation show
Mom stands in front of the baby and does some simple actions to let the baby guess what the mother is doing. If the baby guessed correctly, let him imitate. In addition to making movements for the baby to imitate, mothers can also learn the sounds of animals for the baby to imitate.
Let the baby perform an imitation show, which can exercise the baby's perception and memory abilities, as well as enhance his observation ability. If the baby is not careful enough, it is difficult to imitate. In addition, when the baby imitates, his expressiveness has also been improved.
3. Paper cutting
Parents can prepare a piece of paper and a pair of special safety scissors for children. After teaching the baby to use the scissors, he can let him cut paper at will. When the baby fry the paper into small pieces of different shapes, the parents should pick up the small pieces of paper and let the baby talk about the cut pieces of paper. In daily life, you might as well let your children play more freely.
Let your baby cut paper not only to exercise the flexibility of the finger joints, but also to improve hand-eye coordination. In the process of paper-cutting, you need to constantly imagine what shape you want to cut out, which promotes the development of your baby's imagination.
4. Knock on items
Parents can find various items at home for the baby to hit with sticks or chopsticks, and then listen to the different sounds made by different items. After the baby gets acquainted, the mother turns the baby around, the mother taps the object to make a sound, and asks the baby to talk about the sound of the object. When the baby grows up, parents can teach the child to beat a melody.
It costs money to let your baby go to various music classes, but this game can be done at home. It can also strengthen the baby's sense of rhythm and develop his hearing skills. Baby guessing sounds can improve your baby's concentration and memory, which is really multi-tasking.
Actually, the baby’s early education is not that difficult, and there is no need to put the baby in early education classes. As long as parents study more and come up with some small games that can be played at home, they can promote the development of the baby's abilities and make him more clever.