Tag: cognition

Boosting your child’s musical skills: why and how

A decade ago all the newspapers where talking about the so called “Mozart effect”, it stated that by simply listening to Mozart babies got smarter....

The impact of musical skills on early childhood development

Since the early 90s, professor of psychology Susan Hallam, from the University College London, has set out to study how musical skills might be related...

Ideas and games that foster and nurture my child’s imagination

These are some ideas on how to easily set up scenarios that can spark your little one’s interest. According to your daughter’s age, you just...

Ideas to help your child practice his shape and color skills

Noticing, recalling, and identifying different colors and shapes is a skill that underlies any activity in which we need to describe the world around us...

Colors and shapes build my child’s cognitive skills

The guidelines issued by the American Academy of Pediatrics suggest that, between 2 and 3 years of age, children learn to discriminate shapes and colors...

Developing visual recognition: shapes and colors

Humans rely greatly on the information obtained through the eyes. Neuropsychologists call this process “visual object recognition” and is such a complex mechanism that it...
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