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Babies are born ready to learn, and their brains develop through experiences. In the first year, babies learn to focus their vision, reach out, explore, and learn about the things that are around them. The first thing your baby will learn is to associate you with getting their needs met. So, the feel of your touch, the sound of your voice, and the sight of your face will begin to mean nourishment, warmth, and comfort. Even at this young age, babies are ready to learn about the world around them. Cognitive, or brain development means the learning process of memory, language, thinking, and reasoning. Learning language is more than making sounds (“babble”), or saying “ma-ma” and “da-da”. Around six to eight months old is a great time to start teaching your baby how to sign. Babies are typically at a developmental stage where they are curious to communicate and pay more attention to things presented to them.

Perhaps the most simple way of describing 'learning styles' is to say that they are different methods of learning or understanding new information, the way a person takes in, understand, expresses and remembers information. There are 4 predominant learning styles: Visual, Auditory, Read/Write, and Kinaesthetic.

Important early learning skills get their start through these everyday moments between babies and adults. Reading together, and watching your baby to learn how she communicates through sounds, facial expressions, and gestures, are both ways to give her a foundation in literacy and language skills. Your child learns best by actively engaging with their environment. This includes: observing things, watching faces and responding to voices. listening to sounds, making sounds and singing.

Babies learn to speak by imitating the sounds they hear around them. So the more you talk to your baby, the faster they will acquire speech and language skills. Many adults use a special tone of voice when talking baby talk, a high-pitched voice with exaggerated expression. The Davidson Institute cites a study showing that among 241 “profoundly gifted” children, 91 percent started taking early. On average, they said their first words at age 9 months.

Right from mother’s womb babies have a very rapid neurological development that is heavily influenced by Nutrition, Mother’s activity, Environment, Activities a baby is doing, What a baby is seeing and listening. These factors are very important to ensure proper and complete learning of the baby. Various activities influence various parts of the baby's brain, so we need to be very cautious.

To promote your baby’s learning, as a parent you should take actions to further encourage these behaviors. For example, you can praise a baby when he reaches his accomplishments, or name the things that he is pointing at. It’s also important to notice when your baby’s memory develops. For example, he will smile when he sees familiar people come around such as family members or friends.

Babies respond to words and actions from the people around them. They are born with an insatiable desire for knowledge. They begin to mimic what they see and hear. The more activity around a baby the faster they learn. Children who are denied activities and voices tend to be slower learners. Children learn by observing, listening, exploring, experimenting and asking questions. Being interested, motivated and engaged in learning is important for children once they start school.

Always make life enjoyable for babies as soon as they’re born. The best thing you can do for your baby is to talk to them. I know this might sound strange to carry on a conversation with an infant when they can’t talk back, but it is crucial to language development. 


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