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Children that know multiple languages perform better in life
Many small things in the initial years of children’s life shape their overall experience. In current busy lives, we miss focusing on these little things, and the results are kids with weak cognitive abilities lacking inner strength. Studies have found that children who know multiple languages from childhood can focus better and make concentrated efforts very easily. Having a natural grip on these basic principles helps them in all aspects of their lives to the point that when they age, they show a slower decline of cognitive abilities and can avoid dementia altogether.
Helps to filter information and growing concentration:
In India, an average kid is exposed to at least 2-3 languages since childhood. In modern times, more emphasis may be that kids learn only English from early childhood. However, before you do that, pause and take a look. When a child is exposed to two languages and has to constantly choose the right words for the right things in each of them; then it helps him or her to learn filtering information faster. Simultaneously it helps them concentrate better.
When core discerning abilities make roots in early childhood; the child’s cognitive abilities develop faster.
Effective Rewiring of the brain
Being multi-lingual rewires the brain to have short and long term benefits. Child’s brain is very receptive and when rewired correctly can help him through life. A multi-lingual child will be able to perform mental tasks at an accelerated rate when compared to the peers. In the long run, it makes them more efficient, which is an asset for a successful career no matter which field they decide when they grow up.
Give the support that child needsThese tender growing up years need all your support and care so that the child can turn into a healthy individual both physically and mentally. Let them learn a new language. In addition, keep providing the right nutrition, especially Omega 3 fatty acids which help in developing cognitive functions and enhance learning capabilities from an early age.
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