Friday, November 27, 2015
IQ Baby - Facts and Tips to Improve the IQ of Your Child. From Conception to School by Gabriel Morales, Dr. Julie Harvard
Child intelligence is determined many years before birth by educational backgrounds of parents. Parents need to know how to influence and stimulate in each step of baby brain development. Parents should also know and take control over the factors that determine their baby intelligence. This book teaches you facts and tips to improve your child IQ starting from conception until early school.
Do you look for a book that can help you understand better of the process of pregnancy? Do you hope that you can have a baby with high intelligence and high IQ? Do you simply try to learn more about how to get pregnant easily and get through your pregnancy and baby delivery smoothly?
This book of IQ Baby is right for you and will meet your needs. It is written by a group of professional writers including medical doctor, psychologist and IQ baby participant to offer you useful knowledge from multiple and reliable resources. It offers you step by step guides and meaningful images from getting pregnant, early and late stages of pregnancy, to baby delivery and post birth education, to guide you through one of the most important moments of life – to have a healthy and smart baby of your own.
To improve the general intelligence (IQ) and the emotional intelligence (self-esteem and confidence, EQ) in a baby, parents need to know how they can take each step to influence positively the development of their baby brain and other cells in the body. This book teaches you what to do with facts and easy tips, and step by step guides from the time before the conception happens until the early school age of your baby. The full coverage of the most important period of time in your baby brain growth in this book is exactly what you need.
Childhood development is all about wiring the brain with the appropriate steps and methods through experience. Between conception and age three, a child brain undergoes an amazing amount of changes. At birth, it already has all the neurons it will ever have. It doubles in size in the first year, and by age three, it reaches 80 percent of its adult volume. So the more chances or opportunities you give your child, the more these connections will be built.
Every single chapter of this book will guide you through all of the possible ways in daily life to stimulate the baby brain development, and to improve the basic components of his emotional intelligence (self-esteem and confidence, EQ) and general intelligence (IQ) by simply playing games and music, or simple and easy activities at home. Both EQ and IQ make up the complete intelligence of what your baby needs to become a healthy and smart cutie.
Thousands of women out there want to have smart and healthy babies, but they do not even know what to do, and where to begin with. Your family doctor or physician will not be able to tell you about these knowledge and methods, because this is not their jobs, and are not included in their professional training. Medical doctors, including gynecologists, do not learn anything of these in their medical school years, because what they have learned is for fighting health problems and diseases, but not for assisting parents to have babies with high IQ!
The rule #1 to have an intelligent baby is to have a good book to guide you step by step about what to do from the earliest time possible, as early as before your pregnancy. If you or your partner did not have chance to receive pregnancy and baby related education, you still have hope: you can just read carefully every chapter of this IQ Baby book, and try your best to follow the guides and instructions. Take a look, and you may fall in love with this fascinating and resourceful book!
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