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Weplaysmart decor tips: High contrast designs for your baby room.

We all love beautiful décor and therefore I compiled ideas about high contrast colour schemes for your new baby room. The high contrast black and white colours will support the visual stimulation of your baby, latest décor trends and it will be versatile and adjustable to your changing colour scheme in years to come. Enjoy your baby room design, Carina

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Is it really bad to expose my baby to TV?

According to Brillbaby (n.d.) there are two schools of thought on this. The American Academy of Paediatrics recommends that children under 18 months must not be allowed to watch screen media other than video-chatting. Other child experts believe that limited amounts of high-quality educational TV can be beneficial, especially when accompanied with adult interaction. Assuming …

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Do you know what the “Golden window of opportunity” is?

At birth it is estimated that a new-born’s brain has an amazing 100 billion neurons. Your baby’s brain has more neurons than yours – but only because it hasn’t passed an important developmental stage, known as pruning, in which the brain deletes unused neurons and connections in the interest of efficiency. At least one study …

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Do you know that tummy time plays an important part in language development?

The best way to increase language development is through improving the immature respiration of the new-born (Doman & Doman 2005:78). A baby’s language development depends very strongly on the development of his respiration. It is a simple fact of life that in order to make sounds the baby must be able to inhale and exhale. …

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What is the difference between stimulating the sensing and motor pathways?

Your baby’s neurological wiring is divided in basically two sections, the back and front. The back half of the brain and spinal cord is devoted to the incoming pathways carrying information from the senses into the brain. The five senses are smell, taste and especially hearing, and feeling. Since these are pathways into the brain, …

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