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The Simple Ways to Increase IQ for Kids

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What is IQ?

IQ or Intelligence Quotient is a total score derived from several standardized tests designed to assess human intelligence. Historically, IQ is a score obtained by dividing a person's mental age score, obtained by administering an intelligence test, by the person's chronological age, both expressed in terms of years and months.

It essentially reflects how well you did on a specific test as compared to other people of your age group. While tests may vary, the average IQ on many tests is 100, and 68 percent of scores lie somewhere between 85 and 115.

How to Increase IQ for Kids With Easy Ways

If parents grasp the golden period of brain development and practice the following habits, the child's intelligence will be improved very quickly.

In addition to innate factors, a child's IQ is determined by the environment and family. Each child will have only one peak period to develop brain IQ.

Exercise

In the book "Exercise Transforms the Brain" by Associate Professor John Reddy from Harvard Medical School mentioned the link between exercise and the brain. After 20 years of research on this issue, he came to the conclusion: "Exercise not only strengthens the body, but also strengthens the brain and makes children smarter."

He applied research results into practice and achieved certain results. Like the physical education program for 19,000 students of Professor Reddy at a school in suburban Chicago.

The results show that not only helps children stay healthy, but the children of this school have ranked 6th in math and 1st in science and technology in the international math and technology trends research project, was held around the world in 1999 with the participation of 23,000 students.

Exercise also speeds up the brain. Experiments applied to mice showed that those that were exercised, the hippocampus had 15% greater memory function and 9% heavier weight than the non-exercised mice.

Play Games

Professor Hong Lan (China), a brain scientist has shown that games are not the enemy of learning. They are partners of learning and nutrients for brain development.

Children who can participate in games have higher emotional intelligence because they learn to get along with people in group games.

Games can cultivate children's basic abilities, influence cognitive, language, emotional, personality development... and promote children's physical and mental health.

Reading Books

Educator Suhomlinsky once said: "The way to make children smarter is not to make up their heads or increase the amount of homework, but to spend more time reading." A study published in the Journal of Psychological Science January 2012 concluded that reading to children combined with interaction can increase children's IQ by more than 6 points.

Parents Talk to Kids

Scientists from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard University and the University of Pennsylvania have found that it's not the curriculum that affects a child's brain development, but the way parents communicate and interact with their children. female.

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