How Interactive Learning Promotes Developmental Health

interactive learning
July 4, 2016
Although books are great for the imagination, there is really only so much kids can learn through it. For example, playing the drums or learning martial arts, even being a doctor can’t be achieved simply by reading books alone. Interactive learning is a very important part of growth and development.

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Another great example is through cooking. You might be able to memorize the recipe of how to make bread, but unless you try to tackle it in the kitchen, you may never know whether or not you can truly make it.

It’s true, children seem to learn more quickly and part of the reason behind it is that their ability to stay more focused during their learning process. They WANT to learn and part of being able to learn more quickly has to do with your WANT to do it.

Although most babies, according to their parents, are the smartest babies in the world, they still don’t have the capacity to retain information like we, as adults do. Their best possible chance of learning involves what they see, what they play with, what they touch, and hear.

With all of this in mind, Baby’s Brilliant created their interactive soundboards. Each one is designed to help the child learn words in different languages, shapes, letters, numbers, and more! In fact, the soundboards are available in 6 different languages.

  • English
  • Spanish
  • Chinese
  • French
  • Japanese
  • German

Take a look at an example soundboard and let us know what you think!

Oh, and we almost forgot to mention … interactive soundboards are a guilt-free app! It can entertain your child for longer period, while helping them learn as they interact directly with it. As a parent, you always want to make sure your child isn’t doing something that could be harming their development. Now you don’t have to worry!

So download the app now and give your baby some time to enjoy it! After all, you could probably use a little “me time.”