Custom Search
Ask an Expert
Get answers to questions about Gifted Children now to Dr. Sandhu, Ph.D in Educational
(Gifted Education)
University of
Cambridge, UK.

The Secrets to Raising a Smarter Child
- By Inderbir Sandhu, Ph.D


~ B R A I N Y - Z I N E ~

" Learn How to Nurture A Smarter Kid "

Volume #3   Issue #03

ISSN: 0219-7642    Nov 05, 2004

Andrew Loh, Publisher

Subscribe now to BrainyZine to stay on top of the latest news on child brain development and early child development

By subscription only! You are receiving this newsletter because you requested a subscription. 


  1. Editorial

  2. BrainyZine Sponsor

  3. Feature Articles

  4. Brainy Product

  5. Latest Brainy News

  6. Contact Us



Hi Everyone,

I'm going for a short holiday to an island with my family this weekend, so this issue is going to be short. Sorry about that! To compensate that, I have a f*ree report about 'How to Protect Your Kids From Danger, Injury and Harm' for you. You can download it at the link below:

Take care and you have a great weekend too!

Andrew Loh
Publisher & Editor, BrainyZine
andrew @


Please visit our sponsor ad web site below. Thanks to our sponsor for keeping this a free newsletter.

Free Preschool Games Online


Classic Parenting: Encouragement, Praise, Acceptance, and Responsibility

Be the parent your child needs you to be.


Teaching Your Child to Love Learning: A Guide to Doing Projects at Home 
By Judy Harris Helm, Stacey Berg, Pam Scranton

The "project approach" has long been a tremendous tool for educators working with young children. This is not an activity book but a book about doing in-depth investigations about topics that interest your child and you. The project approach stimulates your child's curiosity, shows the advantages of learning academic skills such as reading, writing and math and helps you build a strong relationship with your child as you share the adventure of learning together.




Baby quiz aims to reassure parents about child's aptitude Oct 28, 2004

Competitive parents have a new tool at their disposal: an intelligence test for babies as young as six months. The test, devised by a child psychologist, promises to tell parents whether their baby is an average or advanced developer.

Parents find children benefit from meditation
The Register-Guard Oct 31, 2004

The essence of meditation and brain development emerges even in simple interactions between parents and their babies or toddlers - hand exercises, exploring sounds and pictures - to help the child develop senses and motor skills.

Music to babies' ears
MorningSun Oct 30, 2004

Music also helps synapses (connections between neurons in the brain) form in a positive way, and is also important in the child's development as a social being, Sheverbush said.

Eye therapy fixes misdiagnosed learning disabilities
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Oct 21, 2004

Thousands of children who are tagged with the "learning disability" label actually have correctable problems involving eye muscles or a disconnect between what the eyes see and what registers on the brain.

The college contends that up to one in four kids starting school has vision problems that affect his or her performance in the classroom.

Power of a super attitude Oct 13, 2004

Positive thinking and a positive attitude may indeed have power. The connection between attitude and well-being has long been suspected, but in recent years scientists studying the mind-body connection are finding that an optimistic outlook can improve more than just mental health.


Subscription to this ezine is FREE and please feel free to pass this on to friends, colleagues, relative and see if they would like to be a subscriber as well! They can subscribe by clicking here.

If you would like to unsubscribe or change your email address information, simply click the link at the bottom of this page.

The publishing schedule for this ezine is published every other Friday (or Monday when things don't work out as planned)

Editorial Contact - General comments/feedback
Andrew Loh - andrew @


This ezine is 100% Opt-in and all email addresses are private and are not sold or distributed to any third parties. Our full privacy statement can be viewed online here.

Disclaimer: This ezine is for informational purposes only. Please consult the appropriate professionals for more information. 

Copyright ©2002-2004. All Rights Reserved.

Copyright ©2002-2022 by Hosted by BlueHost.
Privacy Statement :: Disclaimer :: Bookmark Us :: Contact Us