HOW young children learn is far more important than WHAT they are learning.
Your child’s early years are fundamental for future complex learning, curiosity, and creativities.
What is early brain development?
Neurons, the brain cells, need to connect with neurons in other brain regions, forming a complex neural network, in order to perform complex brain functions.
When a baby is born, her brain is still growing and forming these connections.
According to the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University, during the first 5 years of her life, a young child’s brain undergoes dramatic transformations, forming millions of new connections per second.
Every time we talk to a young child or we read to her, we are growing her brain!
“Early experiences affect the development of brain architecture, which provides the foundation for all future learning, behavior, and health. … The development of a child’s brain architecture provides the foundation for all future learning, behavior, and health. Brains are built over time, from the bottom up . . . ” – Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University.
The video below explains this concept.
We thank Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University for sharing this wonderful video about early brain development.
Early Childhood Education & Brain Development Facts
Below is the transcript of this video:
Early Childhood Education is a crucial part of children’s lives, but to kids these days it includes being glued to screens or using stepping stone curriculums. They learn only one subject at a time through videos, digital games, or flash cards. Then they pass tests and move on to the next level.
We’re PandaParents, and we feel that these stepping stone learning experiences miss the mark of foundational brain development.
To fully unleash their potential, we, PandaParents, want to give your child a better learning experience in order to build vast neural brain connections before they turn 5.
We provide M.E.S.S.Y. Learning program, that minimizes rote memorization and screen dependent learning.
M.E.S.S.Y. Learning program blends in various subjects while focusing on building brain network with creative designs.
Your child learns letters, words, plays finding hidden subject games, and even solves math problems during story time. Your little one learns reading, math, science, completes activities, and does art work all in one course. Most importantly, they develop teamwork skills, grows a deep bond with people around them, and turns learning into a fond memory.
Our novel approach helps in engaging your child while nourishing the “roots” of their brain so they can flourish in adulthood and reap the “fruits” of this early brain building course.
From babies and toddlers to preschool-aged children, we have created a unique curriculum that will prepare your child for school and life.
Bridge the early learning gap; inspire the superhero in your child with M.E.S.S.Y. Learning.