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Does Genetics Has Got Anything To Do With Your Child’s Intelligence?

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A lot of research has been done on how genes play a role in a child’s brain development.

Here is what researchers say...

Genes provide a blueprint for the brain, but a child’s environment and experience carry out the construction.

The brain development of the child depends on genetics and environmental factors.

By providing your child with a rich playing and learning environment, their brain will develop to its full potential.

It is during the age of 0 to 3 years of age, the growth of the brain is at its peak. These early years are a window of opportunity for parents to provide a positive early experience that will have a huge effect on the child’s chances for achievement, success, and happiness.

What are you working on with your child?

Discover more about our early learning right brain education program for babies and toddlers.

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