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Ten tips to improve your child’s IQ

on September 8, 2012

Raising IQ in your children involves a series of activities that focus specially on developing the mental faculties as well as physical abilities. Enhancing IQ is also a dedicated activity that needs plenty of patience, will power and knowledge from parents. Learning House Jaipur suggests some simple techniques and methods that are known to raise IQ levels in children:

1. Are you an expecting parent? If yes, talk to your baby every day, sing songs and rhythms and say pleasing things throughout the day.

2. Help your children sleep early. Children need a minimum of 10 hours of uninterrupted sleep and ensure that they get it without fail. Available research findings suggest that brain function drops drastically with decreased sleep.

3. Never, ever exert too much pressure on your children! It may be counter-productive in the end! Set realistically possible expectations for your children and never be hasty in your efforts.

4. Love your kids and adore them for their good qualities. Shower affection whenever necessary.

5. Young children need intelligent and smart toys to play with and develop a range of useful skills like motor and cognition. Choose your toys wisely and intelligently. Toys are available in a number of forms, patterns, shapes and activities.

6. Reading bedtime stories and singing lullabies are known to boost brain growth. It will also help your child develop an emotional bond with you.

7.Never, ever provide lead-rich playthings and toys as lead can seriously impair brain growth functions. Ensure that you are buying lead-free and toxic paint-free toys for your children.

8. Encourage your children to eat plenty of vegetables, proteins and good carbohydrates. Make breakfast a mandatory activity. Give them full and complete meal consisting of eggs, fish, green vegetables, good oils and recommended nutritional supplements. Control intake of caffeine and nicotine rich beverages. Instead, promote nutritional drinks.

9. Repetition helps your children master academic studies. To master any type of technique, your child may need to repeat the process many times over and develop his or her brain power to achieve the best in life.

10. Daily exercise, aerobics, sports will help your child boost oxygen supply to the blood and brain which eventually result in brain development. Physically active children are agile and intelligent.


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