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How every child can thrive by five

How every child can thrive by five

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A child's most important needs

A child's most important needs

Thanks to scientists, we know how important the first five years are for your health, development, and brain.

After the first year, the babies brain is almost double in volume. By age seven, it's nearly 90 percent the volume of an adult brain. Young brains can create practically one million neural connections every second.

Healthy development depends on these five things:

  1. Connection
  2. Talking
  3. Playing
  4. A healthy home
  5. Community

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Adults can make a huge difference by connecting, talking and playing with children early and often. Every time you talk to children, play with them, make them laugh, you teach and build their relationship skills and mental health.

  • Copycat games build imagination and empathy.
  • Naming games build vocabulary and attention.
  • Games like peekaboo build memory and trust.

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