Little Tips on Parenting


Play can promote brain development of children

Based on UNICEF’s report, in over 74 countries worldwide, more than half (55%) of children aged between 3 and 4 years old have fathers who do not play or engage in early learning activities with them. Parent-child interaction and games can stimulate children's brains to form neural connections, improving their brain function and boosting their learning ability. Let's play with your children!


How to play with your child children at different ages?

The Little Guide on Play introduces how play helps children's brain development, what kinds of parent-child games are suitable for different ages and parenting resources sharing.









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Little Tips on Parenting

Publish Year: 2022
Pages: 19

Target: Parent, Teacher, Child Care Worker




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