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This post is to help promote the improvement of all our children and our future as a whole.
Newborns are susceptible to all forms of information, even though most of us can't remember any of it. A recent coverage story called "Why preschool can save the world" from NPR's Planet Money podcast stated that there were two studies that has shown a huge disparity between the success of those who went to preschool and those who did not.
Those who attended preschool had lower crime rates, higher incomes, higher IQ and better overall satisfaction. These statistics are given over twenty years later, so these benefits are for the long haul.
Leave your T.V. on in the baby room and let them get used to someone talking if you can't be around. Buy your newborn a toy car and show them how to play with it for a simple representation of traction and velocity. People used to only believe playing classical music would increase the IQ of their child, but now it's everything that the baby encounters. But, by all means, play them some Mozart tracks. Try to stay away from Bach, though . Talk to your baby as much as you can to give it more attention. Bring him or her with you through a facebook ride to introduce computers to them. Just make sure that's not the only thing you do with your baby. Also, don't forget to put those cute pictures on facebook as well!