I have always wondered if we can help or kids become intelligent. below are some of the ways I have found to help children become more intelligent

1. Enough sleep. when kids are sleeping their neurons are forming. 

2. Less screen time. Screen time makes kids passive

3. Riddles and Quizzes to encourage critical thinking.

4. Dry fruits especially almonds. Some people think of this as an old wives tale but I love it.

5. Physical Activities. An Healthy Body means an Healthy Mind.

6. Reading. Reading and Happy Reading.

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7. Snubbing kids less and Encouraging them more.

8. Stable Environment. It means parents should avoid fighting and arguing with each other as much as possible. 

9. Positive Friends. A persons personality is the outcome of the five people he is around with. Make sure your child makes smart and intelligent ones. And also ones who are self disciplines and respectful. It matters a lot.

10. Believe in your child. In his/her talents, abilities and passions. The best gift a parent can give to his/her child is to believe in them. Once you believe in your child he/ she will believe in themselves. 

- Encourage reading and writing activities
- Provide a stimulating environment with plenty of toys and activities
- Introduce problem-solving activities
- Stimulate creativity through art and music
- Encourage curiosity and exploration
- Develop good study habits
- Teach social skills
- Promote physical activities
- Offer a variety of experiences

- Encourage critical thinking skills

  • Encourage exploration and curiosity. Allow your children to investigate the world around them and ask questions – it’s a great way to learn and develop problem-solving skills.
  • Give your children plenty of time to play. Playtime helps children develop important social, emotional and cognitive skills.
  • Read to your children. Reading to your children helps them develop language and literacy skills.
  • Encourage your children to take part in activities that stimulate their minds. Puzzles, board games and educational apps are great ways to do this.
  • Let your children make mistakes. Making mistakes is an important part of learning and will help your children become more resilient.
  • Encourage your children to ask questions. Asking questions helps children gain a deeper understanding of the world around them.
  • Talk to your children. Regular conversations with your children will help them develop their language skills and learn new words.
  • Help your children develop critical thinking skills. Encourage your children to observe and analyse the world around them.
  • Promote healthy eating. Eating healthy foods such as fruits, vegetables and whole grains helps children develop mentally and physically.
  • Encourage your children to be creative. Creativity helps children to express themselves and develop their imagination.
Raising intelligent children is a goal that many parents strive for. While there is no single formula for creating a genius, there are some things that parents can do to give their children the best chance for success. Here are the top 100 tips for making your children intelligent and giving them the best chance at success.

First and foremost, parents should provide a loving and nurturing environment for their children. This means providing a safe and secure home, with plenty of opportunities for learning, exploration, and growth. Encourage your children to read, explore, and ask questions. Make sure they have access to a variety of books, magazines, and other materials that will help them learn.

Second, make sure your children get plenty of exercise. Studies have shown that physical activity can help improve cognitive function, as well as overall physical health. Make sure your children have access to activities that will keep them active and engaged, such as sports, outdoor activities, and games.

1.Encourage them to read

Make sure your children have plenty of opportunity to read both for pleasure and for information. A love of reading will help them develop strong vocabulary and communication skills, and expose them to new ideas and worlds.

2. Help them enjoy learning

Don’t put too much pressure on your children to succeed academically. Instead, help them enjoy learning by making it fun and interactive. Encourage them to ask questions, discover new things and think creatively.

3. Get them active

Encourage your children to get active and participate in physical activity every day. Exercise has been shown to improve brain function and can help children to concentrate and learn more effectively.

4. Limit screen time

It’s important to limit your children’s screen time – including television, computers and mobile phones. Too much time spent in front of screens can lead to attention difficulties and poor sleep.

5.Eat healthy foods

1. Spend time talking and playing with your child daily.

2. Give them stimulating and challenging tasks to help them learn and grow their cognitive abilities.

3. Allow your children to explore different types of activities, such as music, art, sports and puzzles, to broaden their knowledge.

4. Foster an environment of curiosity in the home by exposing your child to a variety of new experiences and cultures.

5. Read stories together regularly and encourage creative thinking through open-ended discussions about the topics being read.

6. Create an atmosphere of support where mistakes are accepted as part of learning.

7. Provide opportunities for self-directed learning through hands-on activities and games that engage multiple senses.

8. Develop their problem-solving skills by introducing them to various problems which can be solved through trial and error methods or other approaches .

9. Nurture the development of good communication skills from an early age to encourage creativity in expressing themselves

10. Encourage physical activities like sports, yoga or dance that improve brain health by releasing hormones linked with memory improvement, improved concentration and better performance on mental tasks

With Love,

Psychologist Ash.

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