Top 12 Ways On How To Raise An Intelligent Child From An Early Age

Do you know how to raise an intelligent child from an early age to stimulate the baby's brain development perfectly? Every parent wants their children to have the qualities of a genius later and now it is no longer a difficult duty if the parents' education is carried out from an early age. In addition to genetic factors, diet and education measures also contribute to the development of your baby's intelligence. Today Trueremedies will share tips on how to raise an intelligent child from an early age. Let's learn the tips below and apply it to raise our children.

12 Ways To Raise An Intelligent Child From An Early Age 

1. Teach Social Skills

According to a 20-year study at Pennsylvania State and Duke University, there is a positive correlation between kids' social skills and their success in adulthood[1]. You can teach your child how to resolve problems with friends, listen without interrupting, share their belongings, and help family members.

2. Limit Screen Time

Too much screen time causes a lot of disadvantages such as irregular sleep patterns, behavioral issues, childhood obesity, eye disorders, etc. According to a study in 2017 at the University of Montreal, playing “shooter” games may cause the brain to lose cells[2].

So what are great ideas?

The American Academy of Pediatrics notes that you should limit entertainment “screen time” to two hours per day[3].

Or, you can also encourage your child to learn computer programming, digital music, or 3D modeling production. It is best to turn screen time into an effective effort.

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3. Set High Expectations

Examining data from a survey, a UCLA team found that setting high expectations for children has a huge effect on their achievement[4].

This study also found that when they were four years old, almost all the children having the highest performing study had parents who did expect them to achieve a college degree.

4. Assign Chores

A significant collection of evidence shows that chores positively affect childhood development. However, a Braun Research survey found that just 28 percent of the parents frequently assign chores to their children.

According to an analysis of data from the University of Minnesota, the best predictor of young adulthood's success was whether kids had done chores as they were three or four[5].

5. Strive For A Happy Home

According to a study at the University of Illinois, kids in families full of conflicts tend to fare worse than kids in happy families[6]. Creating a loving environment helps nourish healthy, productive children.

If you argue with your partner, you should model fair fighting and focus on agreement and resolution.

6. Don't Tune Out

Common Sense Media conducted a survey and found that 28 percent of teenagers said their parents were heavily addicted to the phone. Another study by AVG found that 32 percent of kids surveyed felt unimportant due to parent distraction with phones[7].

So, it is important to know when to disconnect us from the Internet and focus on our families.

7. Try To Become Authoritative Parent

In a study in 1996, Diana Baumrind distinguished between authoritarian (very hard), permissive (very soft), and authoritative (equally loving and disciplined) parents[8]. The study found that authoritarian parents were too hard, permissive parents were too soft, and authoritative parents were right.

When a kid models his authoritative parent, he learns emotion regulation and social understanding skills that play a critical role in his success.

8. Talk To Your Child

This develops your kid’s language skills. Moreover, listen to your kid when he is talking. This strengthens his effort to communicate with others and develops his ability to language. According to a study, children who had more conversation at home owned greater verbal attitude and brain activity[9].

Besides, you should ask questions and then wait for responses rather than a one-way narration. For babies, you can give coos and receive silly faces.

9. Let Your Child Listen To Music 

Studies have found that listening to music may boost attention, memory, motivation, and learning. Also, it may reduce the stress that damages your kid’s brain. According to a study, music training positively affects children’s brains development[10].

10. Tell Stories To Your Kids 

Tell your kid about the interesting things that you experienced outside the house or at work. Also, tell him about your amusing or amazing childhood experiences and discuss your stories with him. This helps your kid to learn a lot of life lessons from you. Also, discussing with your kids helps develop communication skills, which is crucial in school and in life.

Moreover, talk to your kids about how you deal with problems in your daily life and at work, which will make him learn how to solve problems, and form how he sees his roadblocks in the future.

In addition, you can share with your kids the mistakes you made as you were his age, as well as why and how he can avoid them.

11. Encourage Your Kid To Talk About His And Other People’s Feelings

That will get him to get in touch with how he feels, which helps to develop his emotions; but more importantly, it teaches his empathy.

Besides, knowing how other people feel will make him become a more well-adjusted person, and will also make him skillful in creating great relationships with other people, a quality that is as worthy as intelligence. There is a fact that smart people without empathy can be scary.

12. Feed Your Child Right

Feeding your child the right food is an important tip on how to raise an intelligent child.  Giving him proper nutrition should start when you are still pregnant. For an older child, a diet rich in protein (eggs, fish, meat, etc.) improves his alertness, thinking, and attention. Besides, carbohydrates help to give your child's brain the fuel used in thinking. In fact, the best ones are something that comes from fruits and whole grains. Sugar and processed carbohydrates have bad effects on focusing ability, activity level, and attention span. And it is important to give your child vitamins and minerals.

Above are some excellent ways on how to raise an intelligent child from an early age that parents should know. Hope that you have more parental tips to raise your children to ensure your child's comprehensive physical and mental development. Wishing your baby to be healthy and always go with Parenting cate to update more useful information.

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