For your son to be a genius you don't need to be you; you just need to provide support in the development of their intellectual potential, combined with the fact that you are a loving parent, involved in the development of your child.
To achieve this, we recommend you practice these fun tips and easy so that you can boost your intelligence:
- Establishes a secure relationship with your baby
According to Tracy Cutchlow, editor of the book “Rules brain baby” (Brain Rules for Baby), the brain is programmed to seek safety, and if you don't feel a safe environment can't learn. That is why it is so important to make feel safe to your baby.
If you and your partner discussed in the presence of the baby, make sure to restore the sense of security, making peace in front of your baby. Babies do not understand the words, but the emotions between you and your partner, and these affect them.
- Tell the interpreter your day
The specialists advise that you talk to your baby. The brain is an organ that looks for patterns, explains Jill Stamm, an expert in early brain development and author of the book “Bright from the start” (Bright From the Start). While most schemes of language listen to, the easier it will be to assimilate it.
The children who spoke normally, for when they met the 3 years of age, had an iq 1.5 times higher, than those who have not talked to her. In addition, children who are exposed to language with a more regular basis, they have more skills to read, speak and write when they attend preschool.
- Play “face to face”
If you want to make funny faces at your baby, do not stop, even if you feel surprised, with this encourage their brain development.
Recent research shows that babies begin to recognize the gestures of their parents from the 3 or 4 months of age. At 5 months of age, babies are able to understand emotions in faces of unknown individuals. Between 7 and 9 months of age, they can understand the facial expressions of a monkey or a dog.
Play “face to face” is never excessive, however, you notice if your baby seems overstimulated. The pauses are necessary for the brain; if your baby shows to have lost interest, don't push yourself, better wait a few minutes to process what you have learned.
- Less time stopped
According to Jill Stamm, the children currently spend a significant time in small spaces: strollers, car seats and other things that limit their movements.
Of course, safety is paramount; but the highlight Stamm, is the importance of reduce the length of the baby in these chairs when not required.
The children need to respond to external stimuli. Must be able to move at ease and see to all sides. This is the first phase of the development of the system of care for your child and lays the foundation for a better capacity of concentration.
- Points out what you name
It has been exhibited in various studies that children assimilate language faster if you point the object to the mention.
In the beginning, your baby will look at you when you point out something; to grow, you will begin to see the object with your finger you point; at 9 months of age, usually babies begin to follow your finger and then you will notice what that you signal. Near the 9 or 10 months of age, babies will bring the objects to mostrártelos.