In studies conducted by researchers at the University of Helsinki, Finland, it was found that infants are capable of learning at a very young age and were already learning in their mother’s wombs.
“However, an infant’s brain is not fully developed at birth,” says Charlotte Wong, head of Kinderland’s Infant Care & Toddler programme. “As such, infants need visual, auditory, tactile and olfactory sensory input to build connections of the world they are in.”
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From The Finder Kids Vol. 24, September 2018
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