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Facts About Children’s Brain Development


 A Brain is the most powerful organ in our body. It controls all our body movements by giving instructions to other organs. There are so many amazing facts about the human brain and here we are going to share 10 amazing facts with you.

1. The human brain is about 75% water.

2. A brain is only 2% of our body weight and weighs approximately 350 to 400 grams or three-quarters of a pound.

3. Children's brains develop faster between born to 3 years time which is the fastest rate of brain development across the entire human life span.

4. Babies whose parents frequently talk to them know 300 more words by age 2 than babies whose parents rarely speak to them.

5. The accuracy of learning is enhanced with the help of social interactions.

6. Compared to other mammals of similar body sizes, the human brain is over three times large.

7. If babies’ bodies grew at the same rapid pace as their brains, they would weigh 170 pounds by one month of age.

8. If babies’ bodies grew at the same rapid pace as their brains, they would weigh 170 pounds by one month of age.

9. More electrical impulses are generated in one day by a single human brain than by all the telephones in the world.

10. “Floor activities” with child-like dancing, singing, reading, exploring objects, etc. are the best way to stimulate brain development


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