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How playing with babies makes them smarter?

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A baby’s brain starts to grow from the very first day of its life. An infant’s brain comprises of hundred billion brain cells known as neurons. These cells interconnect with each other. The more links these neurons are able to make, the smarter the child. Connections are built when the infant is exposed to a situation or environment that is rich with sounds, colors, movement, smells, and your touch. The most basic act of talking to the little one, rocking them to sleep, and wrapping them in fresh clothes actually develops the baby’s brain. Introducing the little one to a rich environment is known as infant stimulation.

created January 24, 2017

updated January 24, 2017

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