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Bright from the Start: The Simple, Science-Backed Way to Nurture Your Child's Developing Mindfrom Birth to Age 3: The Simple, Science-Backed Way to Nurture ... Child's Developing Mind from Birth to Age 3 von [Stamm, Jill]
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aThis book is a gem and will help you enrich your childas life and anourisha his/her growing brain with great love and intelligent fun.a
aHarvey Karp, M.D., author of "The Happiest Toddler on the Block"
aWhat we are learning today from brain research is amazing, and this book makes that research into a parent friendly tool.a
aMichael Gurian, author of "Nurture the Nature" and "The Wonder of Boys"
aIf all newborns could come with an instruction book, this would be it.a
aKeneth S. Kosik, M.D., co-direct or of the Neuroscience Research Institute

?This book is a gem and will help you enrich your child's life and ?nourish? his/her growing brain with great love and intelligent fun.?
?Harvey Karp, M.D., author of "The Happiest Toddler on the Block"

?What we are learning today from brain research is amazing, and this book makes that research into a parent friendly tool.?
?Michael Gurian, author of "Nurture the Nature" and "The Wonder of Boys"

?If all newborns could come with an instruction book, this would be it.?
?Keneth S. Kosik, M.D., co-direct or of the Neuroscience Research Institute

Kurzbeschreibung

A cutting-edge handbook for parents from a pioneer in infant brain development

Should you really read to your baby? Can teaching a baby sign language boost IQ? Should you pipe classical music into the nursery? Dr. Stamm translates the latest neuroscience findings into clear explanations and practical suggestions, demonstrating the importance of the simple ways you interact with your child every day. It isn’t the right “edu-tainment” that nurtures an infant’s brain. It is as simple as Attention, Bonding, and Communication, and it’s within every parent’s ability to provide. Practical games and tips for each developmental age group will show you not only what the latest findings are but, more importantly, tell you what to do with them.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 3607 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 368 Seiten
  • Verlag: Avery; Auflage: Reprint (31. Juli 2008)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B000UCUX46
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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  • Word Wise: Aktiviert
  • Verbesserter Schriftsatz: Aktiviert
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 5.0 von 5 Sternen 2 Kundenrezensionen
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: #494.268 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop (Siehe Top 100 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop)

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Hallo habe das Buch mehrfach verschenkt und nun bei unserem zweiten Baby wiedergekauft. Sehr informativ ohne belehrend zu sein! Einige praktische Tips habe ich direkt umgesetzt. Wer sich fuer das Thema interessiert und fuer sein Neugeborenes etwas gutes tun moechte, ist mit dem Kauf sicherlich gut beraten!
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A story in the book's epilogue concludes the ideas contained in this book. It is about a man who tries to save an increasing number of men from drowning into a river. Another man is walking upstreams to find out why they are falling in and to see if there is something that can be done to stop it.

The author has an original and innovative way of reaching the goal. For example, she doesn't like charts saying what the baby should do at a certain age. Instead, she points out what the parents can do. And that's exactly what I want to know.

The language is a bit scientific, and sometimes the content becomes a bit repetitive, but it is definitely worth the effort reading this book.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Warm, informative, fun, and fascinating 15. Dezember 2007
Von Rainbird Reader - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
I work as a children's librarian and sometimes lecture on early childhood literacy. This is my new textbook and parent bible. Having read dozens of similar titles, I can easily say that this one is the best. It is thorough, informative, practical, conversational and true. I learned a number of things about brain development and early learning that I had not come across previously. Dr. Stamm has some especially pointed things to say about TV and computer time for young children. When you read what a typical TV show does to a young brain you will think twice about turning that machine on in the presence of a child. As Dr. Stamm says, what you really need to be a good parent is in the palm of your hand- give them "attention, bonding and communication" as well as time to play, create, dream and explore and you will have a far smarter child than any who are plugged into "educational" products. Dr. Stamm gives scientific reasons that back up what all of us who work with children know..that children learn best by listening to words coming from loving adults, either through talking or reading, by playing and by touching. The children in our country are literally dying to communicate with people who are not on cell phones, using computers or staring at a screen-and their brains are not growing to their potential nor their attention spans when they are presented with one passive entertainment after another. Read this book and be inspired.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Some good information but somewhat promotional and biased 14. Oktober 2009
Von medialint - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
First of all I must note that I read this book on iKindle (Kindle on the iPhone). I have two comments in regard to this: the first is that all the dashes--which the author used to excess--came across as question marks. This is not the author's fault of course. Her punctuation however is excessive. There is a lot of abuse of the exclamation point! All told?and this may be a quirk in the iPhone kindle?the result is often very unreadable!

Enough about grammar, the important thing is the book content. The author had a premature baby and a normal healthy baby and she shares a lot of her personal experience in this book. These stories are often touching and serve well to contrast the extremes of child development.

I found the exercises and scientific information very beneficial and I agree with most reviewers that this is a valuable book. I also found a lot of product endorsements. In many cases these endorsements seem to be self-serving.

There is also a good amount of information which is controversial or conflicting with advice you'll get from other reputable books and studies.

I think this is an excellent book to read with one or two grains of salt. There is very good advice and very good suggestions for exercises and playtime activities. As a new parent you'll trust your instincts and you'll be right to do so. This is a good source for suggestions but I wouldn't suggest it as a step by step guide to getting your child off to an intellectual head start. Love your child and trust your gut and you won't go wrong. I will use this book as a suggestion box, not a bible.

I am surprised that out of 30 reviews I am the first person not to give it five glowing stars. I do think it's a good book, but I don't think it really deserves five stars.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Very similar to another book I read 10. April 2010
Von Ricebaby - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Great book, but after reading "Smart-wiring your baby's brain" which was published 5 or 6 years before this book, I noticed that it was incredibly similar in content. Bright from the Start does have some additional activity ideas but overall provides much of the same information. I would suggest reading either one of these two books, but not reading both (too redundant).
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4.0 von 5 Sternen The Review I wrote for Goodreads.com 14. Dezember 2011
Von Alizabeth Szilagyi - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Due to the high ratings on Amazon, I think I wanted to not like this book. Well, four stars proves I lost that battle. I usually don't understand anything that is "science backed" but somehow Stamm explains the science of the brain so clearly I didn't want to skim over any of it. I read the first 100 pages like they didn't really matter (in about 30 minutes). But once I returned to the book (the very next day) I decided to start at page 1 and actually read through the whole thing. I'm really glad I did. Though there isn't one big idea or take away that will drastically change my parenting, I appreciated the simple reassurance that things I've already been doing are backed by loads of research. I also think the book helps motivate and encourage readers to look for even more ways to improve their caregiving. This is done in a gentle, guilt free sort of way.

Stamm's theory is simple to follow. A, B, C. Attention, Bonding, Communication. She emphasizes the idea that a caregiver is baby's first and best toy. Face games, fill and spill, hide and find, sort and match, etc; activities are essential to learning and developing attention span and curiosity. All these are led by a parent, not gimmicky-flashing toys. But she also emphasizes the need for play time to be FUN and unstructured. Then there is downtime -- don't forget kids need to just take some time to watch the grass grow as birds chirp near by.

I love (and fully agree with) her emphasis on communication. Time and time again IQ is connected directly to vocabulary. Kids who start school with 10,000 words excel much quicker than those who enter with 5,000. Simply talking to a child, before they can even talk back, has a far reaching impact. Stamm also uses the section on communication to focus on music and reading. However, I find it interesting that music and reading come up in all of the ABCs. They are both such great ways to build and give attention, bond, and communicate with baby. I love love love reading time with my little one and he always calms right down when we start a game of itsy bitsy spider (or giggles the moment wheels on the bus begins).

Stamm is heavily against TV, which I appreciate. She doesn't think it needs to be removed completely, she just explains why it isn't good for a young brain to have too much of it (or too much of anything for that matter). She talks about looking for shows that follow a Mr Rogers pattern.

One thing I didn't like was all the product placement. Besides, most the books she suggests are out of print by now and hard to find. I wish she'd treated books with the same care she did TV, in regards to explaining what to look for (ie Mr Rogers format).

I would recommend this book to other moms, just as a casual read. I don't really recommend any mom-help books as a "baby bible." I honestly see myself checking it out again as Reid gets older, so I can look through the activities for 18mos olds in each chapter. Stamm shares lots of creative ways you can build babies attention and work on developmental milestones/skills. I kind of wish she would publish a little pamphlet with her age appropriate ABC (attention, bonding, communicating) activities. She really does have some simple but clever ideas.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great book for Parents 3. Januar 2011
Von Momma MM - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
If I could only buy one book on infants from 0-3, this would be it. Let me begin by saying that this is not the book for someone who wants to figure out how to get their kid to Harvard. This book is for Mom's (or caregivers) who want to really understand how their baby's brains are developing and what they can do to help foster that development (this point is really important). This is not another book about what to expect when, instead it's about how you can engage with your child throughout their life to help them reach their utmost potential (whatever it may be) and be the happiest little people possible. The author is incredibly well versed on the topic, writes in a very approachable and engaging format and gives lots of great ideas on things to do with your kids as they grow up. As a neuro-scientist, with a daughter who suffered severe developmental challenges, she writes from a perspective of both a mother and a scientist and uses many personal stories that make the research she does come to life. She explains the basics of a baby's developing brain so that when she later gives tips and advice as to which games/activities are appropriate when, you know why they're appropriate, and which aspect of her development your helping foster. Instead of just stating that you shouldn't expose children under the age of two to TV she explains why, based on how the brain develops. The games she suggests are all simple and you need nothing more than simple household objects (no fancy, expensive toys necessary). The book format is great for future reference so if you're child is 18 months, you can quickly find the activities that are good brain developers for that time. Overall, a must read.
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