Simple ways to make your kids smarter


We all want our kids to reach their full intellectual to enjoy learning and reading. We all want them to be smart. There are many advantages to being a smart kid. A smart kid can learn things faster and does well in school. A smart kid can obviously solve problems easier and quicker and get a higher chance to be successful in life. A smart kids have more abilities to help other people and make you feel proud as parent. Here are tips from experts on how to make your kids smarter.

Read books to your kid

Start reading to your infant even if he does not understand the words. Fables is a good example because its characters are mostly animals and its storylines are very simple. This will give him a head start in developing language skills. Kids who are read to when young are more likely to develop a lifelong interest in reading, do well in school, and succeed in adult life. Reading books is one of the most important activity that make kids smart.

Give you kid smart games

Smart games, including mobile games, teach your kid about color, letter, music and many others. They will develop his hand-eye coordination and logical thinking while playing. Learning and having fun at the same time is the best way for your kids to learn.

Keep breastfeeding as long as possible

A child’s brain need a proper balance of basic fuel such as glucose and vitamin. Without them, brain might have difficulty understanding new information, and remembering things as well. Mother’s milk will provide all that nutritions. Keep breastfeeding as long as you can. It’s a fact that schoolkids who were breastfed as infants have higher IQs.

Make eye contact

Each time your newborn stares at you, he’s building his memory. Make sure you take advantage of those brief moments, and look right into his eyes. Infants recognize faces early on — and yours is the most important.

Make music a part of your child’s life

Scientist say that music can boost memory, attention, and motivation of learning. Learn or make up as many tunes as you can, and sing to your kid while changing diaper or eating. Lullabies or other soft music can also calm your kid down and help him fall asleep.

Limit television time

Television is not bad but too much of anything can still doing harm. For toddlers and infants, it has been found that TV has no educational benefits for kids under 2.