Ways To Boost Your Baby’s Mental Development

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Before Keisha turned one, she already knew how to identify and recognize pictures by its name. During that time, I was so amazed how she did it since I only taught her once and there were so many things that she learned on her own.

She had 5 small books with different categories (shapes, colors, alphabet, countries, etc.) wherein if you’ll ask her, “Where is Mr. Mexico?”, she knew what book to open,  what page it was located and correctly identify Mr. Mexico. Isn’t that amazing? One of these days, I’ll check on my files and share with you her video of that.

For now, here is a video of my smart little girl, Keisha at 16 months old.

To all the mommies out there, I suggest you let your kids watch educational TV shows everyday, surround them with educational charts and buy them toys that will boost their mental capacity. Believe me, these are effective and inexpensive tools perfect for baby’s intellectual development.

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25 comments

  1. Liza says:

    how smart. There are some kids that can identify letters before age 1 and some can’t. You must be really proud of her. She will be a book lover once she starts school.

  2. Marms says:

    Babies are amazing creatures. They easily pick up things from the surroundings. And they are good imitators. They are naturally very intelligent beings. Enhancements begin in the home. Parents and family members have big contributions on this.

  3. emma says:

    Great job baby! and most of all great job mommy! She wouldn’t be that brilliant if if wasn’t for you. Nowadays there are a lot of ways already to teach the kids effectively even during their early age. Mommies just need to be patient and creative 🙂

    • Maica Ocfemia-Figuracion says:

      I agree with you here. Thank you! I’m hoping she’ll continue to learn fast and stay focused in exploring new things.

  4. emzkie says:

    wow that is amazing indeed. kids this days are very smart, they can be taught easily. my little one here in the house cant read words yet, but he knows the alphabets and can count to 20 clearly. =)

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