KB Book Review (Or something like that): Welcome to Your Child’s Brain
There are thousands of sites to weed through with parenting tips, debunking myths (and sometimes creating their own) about every stage in your child’s life from infancy to college, there’s no doubt about that. but it’s easy to get bogged down with all of that information so, neuroscientists Sandra Aamodt and Sam Wang outline it plain and simple – or smart and stupid. In their new book Welcome to Your Child’s Brain: How the Mind Grows from Conception to College, Aamodt and Wang explain the smart things you can do to cultivate your child’s mind, and the stupid things that should be avoided.
At Knucklebones, we like to stimulate mental activity through games and sports, but it turns out there’s a lot of other ways you can do that – and even though we would argue that sports are just the best and most fun – we’re open to learning some new things, too.
This book focuses mainly on the minds of infants. Smart tips include eating fish wile pregnant and getting excited when your child babbles.
You can check out Aamodt and Wang’s book on Amazon right here.