in #CASE you were curious – About Kids

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in #CASE you were curious – About Kids

Babies can count before they learn to talk. One study found 1-year olds are able to identify larger and smaller quantities as well as conduct simple subtraction, all without any math lessons or terminology.

Your child understands what you are saying before they begin to speak

At preschool age, your child begins to see themselves as an individual

An average baby will triple his birth weight in his first year

Not only are 2-year olds quick moving but also they are fast learning. The average 2-year old will add 5 new words to their list of vocabulary every day.

Your baby can breathe under water while in utero

Most 1 year olds are ambidextrous

A 2-year-old has twice as many neural pathways as an adult

Children can organize information in their memory starting at age 7

The longest study of humans ever conducted, the 75-years long Harvard grant study found that professional success in life comes from having done chores as a kid.

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