20 Psychology facts about children –

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Do you agree or disagree with these facts?

The soul is healed by being with children.

Fyodor Dostoevsky
  1. Children who participate in laughing activities experience an increase in memory retention.
  2. Laughter not only increases a child’s capacity to remember the humor, but it also gives a feeling of security and contentment.
  3. Children’s brains are far more powerful and intuitive than we ever imagined. The impact of early education on children gives a surprising conclusion, when children are given a rich environment to explore, they naturally use scientific processes to discover the world around them.
  4. At preschool age, your child begins to see themselves as an individual.
  5. A 2 year old has twice as many neural pathways as an adult proved by research.
  6. At birth, a baby’s vision is very blurry. When your baby is born, her eyesight is somewhere around 20/2400. She can only see clearly about a foot away and it’s very important for his visual development. but they need to be near her. By the time she is 6 months old, she should be able to see at 20/20.
  7. Children can organize information in their memory starting at age 7. Your younger child will be able to remember things, but starting at age 6 she can use strategies for learning to memorize. At age 7, she can then use patterns and other tricks to help her even more.
  8. Studies show that child’s attractiveness increases with age from birth up to the age of 9-11 months and then decreases again. Children with large eyes, small mouths, noses and a large forehead are assessed as cure.
  9. Children inherit their intelligence from their mothers, according to Scientists.
  10. Getting in music rhythms helps children grasp fraction.
  11. Children who watch more than three hours of television, videos, or DVDs a day have a higher chance of conducting problems, emotional symptoms, and relationship problems by the time they are 7 than children who do not.
  12. Studies have shown that severely deprived children, such as those raised in institutions, may lack the ability to clearify identity any emotions at all.
  13. Children are not blank slates on which adults imprints knowledge.
  14. The children of strict parents tend to be sneakier.
  15. Drama and comedy in the classroom encourage children to listen and participate.
  16. Children and adults who believe in the power of effort to overcome challenges are more resilient and ultimately more successful.
  17. Play-based learning activities increase a child’s attention span.
  18. Children learn more when they initiate an activity and are actively engaged in it.
  19. Music and movement augment children’s language capabilities during the preschool years. The younger the child, the more important music becomes. For example, when children learn nursery rhymes that are set to a steady beat, they learn to appreciate the pacing of words and how to speak more clearly.
  20. Chess makes kids smart. It forces students to slow down, concentrate, use precise thinking, active both inductive and deductive reasoning, as well as recognizing difficult and complex patterns.

5 bonus facts!

  1. Children aged between 6 and 12 are more likely to wake up hearing their mother’s voice calling their name than hearing the sound of a home smoke alarm.
  2. Your child understands what you are saying before they begin to speak.
  3. Children behave better when parents are involved in their education at home and at school.
  4. According to a study, children are less likely to trust ugly people.
  5. The first five and especially the first three years of a child’s life are the most important. They shape the brain’s organization, development, and functioning throughout life.

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