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Experimenting with Babies 50 Amazing Science Projects You Can Perform on Your Kid

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между добром и злом Пятьдесят увлекательных опытов дарящих радость и одновременно развивающих интеллект позволят вам увидеть мир глазами ребенка и убедиться в том что младенец понимает и может сделать куда больше чем вы ожидал? While the book brands itself as a way to run experiments on your baby to determine what they know and how they're learning I did not have any energy to go through with them myself So I basically considered it a really interesting little summary of all the recent and some classic research on babies and it did in fact help me understand my baby even I'd definitely recommend reading it in that sense as well and it makes a great bathroom reader

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Новая книга из серии «После трех уже поздно»Как развивать способности малыша с самого раннего возраста? Этот вопрос волнует многих родителей и книга Шона Галлахера дает на него неожиданный ответ прежде всего важно хорошо понима? This book is a series of do it yourself versions of developmental experiments that have been done with children The early experiments are mostly reflex based look what happens when you press on the soles of baby's feet the early ones are social and learning based does whether you are being positive negative or neutral when describing something make a difference to baby?It's not a very good book to read Each experiment is described in 2 3 pages with a formulaic structure However this isn't a book to read It's a book to do And finding the age appropriate experiments and watching your baby grow and develop is great fun MARTINIQUE. : Produits du terroir et recettes traditionnelles reflex based look what happens when you press on the soles of baby's feet the early ones are social and learning based does whether you are being positive negative or neutral when describing something make a difference to baby?It's not a very good book to Rêve de Guyane read Each experiment is described in 2 3 pages with a formulaic structure However this isn't a book to

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?ь что уже знает и умеет ваш малыш С помощью интересных и веселых экспериментов вы узнаете как ваш ребенок приобретает новые навыки от распознавания лиц голоса и форм к пониманию новых слов как он учится ходить и видеть различия I'm uite biased since I'm the author so I'll let you know what a few others have saidExperimenting With Babies offers insights on infant development and parenting with a humorous twist The heart of the book is not the experiments themselves but takeaways that provide the new parent with developmental clues and suggestions for age appropriate activities Parents will appreciate these tips and Gallagher's whimsical tone whether or not they experiment on their own tykes— Publishers Weekly review Sept 16 2013Experimenting With Babies is a wonderful book giving parents a hands on way to understand their baby's emerging mind The experiments are easy fun and nicely annotated with the real science behind them What a fabulous way for parents to get to know their new child— Lise Eliot PhD associate professor of neuroscience at the Chicago Medical School of Rosalind Franklin University and author of What's Going On in There? How the Brain and Mind Develop in the First Five Years of LifeWith the marketplace urging parents to buy all manner of things to make their babies 'smart' Gallagher's book offers parents a view based in science on how much babies really know and figure out on their own Parents will have fun with this book and gain new respect and awe for their babies' amazing capabilities— Roberta Michnick Golinkoff PhD H Rodney Sharp Professor at the University of Delaware and author of How Babies Talk Einstein Never Used Flash Cards and A Mandate for Playful Learning in Preschool MARTINIQUE. : Produits du terroir et recettes traditionnelles review Sept 16 2013Experimenting With Babies is a wonderful book giving parents a hands on way to understand their baby's emerging mind The experiments are easy fun and nicely annotated with the Rêve de Guyane real science behind them What a fabulous way for parents to get to know their new child— Lise Eliot PhD associate professor of neuroscience at the Chicago Medical School of Rosalind Franklin University and author of What's Going On in There? How the Brain and Mind Develop in the First Five Years of LifeWith the marketplace urging parents to buy all manner of things to make their babies 'smart' Gallagher's book offers parents a view based in science on how much babies


10 thoughts on “Experimenting with Babies 50 Amazing Science Projects You Can Perform on Your Kid

  1. says:

    Though I was disappointed that this book did not contain experiments that would imbue my child with super powers I did enjoy it thoroughly


  2. says:

    Excellent said rubbing my hands with lab coat and a writing board in hand


  3. says:

    This book is a series of do it yourself versions of developmental experiments that have been done with children The early experiments are mostly reflex based look what happens when you press on the soles of baby's feet the early ones are social and learning based does whether you are being positive negative or neutral when describing something make a difference to baby?It's not a very good book to read Each experiment is described in 2 3 pages with a formulaic structure However this isn't a book to read It's a book to do And finding the age appropriate experiments and watching your baby grow and develop is great fun


  4. says:

    This book was given to me by a friend at my baby shower and from the cover I had thought it was going to be things like Make your kids believe in Santa Clause until they're 30This book should be accurately named Exercises with Babies Though each experiment is set up like a true experiment each one is of an activity that you can do with you spawn ranging ages from 0 24 months to better understand their developing mind and body They are in no way meant to test their proficiency or development level and actively steer away from anything that would make you uestion whether or not you child is performing at the same speed as normal childrenIt has a suggested age range for each experiment a level of difficulty and what type of exercise it touches on motor or social skills etcEach one also has a description of how to perform the experiment a description of what the results would be a section describing the actual scientific research and findings behind your dumbed down version and a Take Away section that basically sums up what this all means to you and your little oneI really liked this book as it was easy to read while pumping at work interesting to learn about certain reflexes and methods as to how my daughter is growing and learning and other insights about general development in humansFor example in the book they mention a fencing reflex in which an infant laying on their back will extend one arm out in front of them and hold the other up as if in a fencing stance With my daughter we also noticed that she will kick whichever leg is in front of her Hour of head turning leg kicking entertainment followedIt's a good book for anyone interested in human development or anyone who wants to try some exercises on their or other peoples children


  5. says:

    I'm uite biased since I'm the author so I'll let you know what a few others have saidExperimenting With Babies offers insights on infant development and parenting with a humorous twist The heart of the book is not the experiments themselves but takeaways that provide the new parent with developmental clues and suggestions for age appropriate activities Parents will appreciate these tips and Gallagher's whimsical tone whether or not they experiment on their own tykes— Publishers Weekly review Sept 16 2013Experimenting With Babies is a wonderful book giving parents a hands on way to understand their baby's emerging mind The experiments are easy fun and nicely annotated with the real science behind them What a fabulous way for parents to get to know their new child— Lise Eliot PhD associate professor of neuroscience at the Chicago Medical School of Rosalind Franklin University and author of What's Going On in There? How the Brain and Mind Develop in the First Five Years of LifeWith the marketplace urging parents to buy all manner of things to make their babies 'smart' Gallagher's book offers parents a view based in science on how much babies really know and figure out on their own Parents will have fun with this book and gain new respect and awe for their babies' amazing capabilities— Roberta Michnick Golinkoff PhD H Rodney Sharp Professor at the University of Delaware and author of How Babies Talk Einstein Never Used Flash Cards and A Mandate for Playful Learning in Preschool


  6. says:

    I won a copy of this book through Goodreads First Reads I'm into science and my sister in law just had a baby so when I won this book I was pretty excited It was an interesting read it sets up the chapters nicely first with a description of the experiment you can do on your baby sometimes with ways it can be adjusted for example if you have twins or friends with babies willing to assist and ending with an explanation of the experiment and notes on the original studies The Don't Try This At Home and Tools of the Trade sections that followed some experiments were uite interesting It's also reader friendly; it's written in of a conversational way as if a friend were telling you about the studies rather than being lectured at by a scientist so readers who don't have a background in science can enjoy it just as much My nephew is only a few months old so I haven't had a chance to try out many of the experiments on an actual baby But I am finding his fascination with high contrast images pretty entertaining right now his eyes practically bug out of his head and I'm looking forward to trying some of the language acuisition experiments on him when he gets a little older Overall it's uite an interesting book; the only thing I felt that was missing was some sort of closing note There was a nice introduction before the experiments so I kind of expected a similar wrap up at the end maybe something sweet and cheesy about how you can keep experimenting with your kids and learning together as they get older and whatever


  7. says:

    While the premise seems exciting the actual experiments and information in this book are uite the oppositeThe majority of the experiments are replications of modern child development experiments They are presented as a simple experiment you can do the hypothesis the research and a takeaway Due to the limitations of ethically working with infants the experiments are severely limited in depth and variety Almost all of them boil down to observing how long the baby looks at something It turns out that there aren't very many responses you can measure with a babyI tried just a couple of the experiments Due to the sample size of one I was unable to reliably replicate any results It turns out that babies are hard to work with Add to that the complexity of the setup and the uninteresting result and you'll find that most of them aren't worth doing


  8. says:

    Experimenting with Babies is an amazing book that helps parents experience babies development at each stage of growth Experimenting with Babies firmly encourages parents not to access their child’s growth in relation to another child of the same age because not all children are suitable for the experiments and not because there is something wrong with them but because not all babies advance at the same rate Each experiment includes a hypothesis research and the takeaway Experimenting with Babies was a fun and exhilarating readParents who take on the experiments must keep in mind sometimes an apparent regression is not a regression at all but a side effect of growth in other areas


  9. says:

    While the book brands itself as a way to run experiments on your baby to determine what they know and how they're learning I did not have any energy to go through with them myself So I basically considered it a really interesting little summary of all the recent and some classic research on babies and it did in fact help me understand my baby even I'd definitely recommend reading it in that sense as well and it makes a great bathroom reader


  10. says:

    I liked the experiments and the layout of the book Each experiment lets you test a developmental stage or determine reactions to stimuli Certainly they are fascinating creatures and fun to get some insight into how they experience the world


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