The stimulation you provide your baby in the first 3 years has more impact than at any other time in your child’s life.

A child’s brain from birth to three will produce 700 new neural connections every second.
Your baby’s brain will reach 90% of its adult size by age 3.
Studies show that continued and consistent stimulation can boost your child’s I.Q. by as much as 20 points.

Our Mission

At Ingenious Baby, we believe that there is a genius in every baby. As parents, all we need to do is unlock their hidden potential by giving them every opportunity to grow into the genius they are already. To help parents discover this, we share the latest research, studies and information related to early childhood learning and development.

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Early Childhood Development

Nutrition

How and what infants eat affects their brains for life. Fueling your baby’s brain with the right foods during the first three years is necessary in order to build that important platform on which to build cognition, social skills [and] literacy.

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Sleep

Sleeping through the night can help an infant’s brain develop and increase functions such as attentiveness, self-discipline and memorization. Kids with regular bedtimes have also been shown to be better at languages, math and reading.

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Music

Music enhances all areas of learning, from language development to neural engagement (builds IQ!) to spatial-temporal skills needed for math, science, art, and invention.

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Motor Development

Physical development is an essential part of intellectual development and physiological well-being. Physical and physiological excellence are key to all aspects of development throughout life.

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Reading

Teaching your baby reading at a very young age makes use of an opportunity for naturally learning language, inspiring the child to reach higher levels of language skill.

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Math

Demonstrating strong math skills at an early age is a strong indicator of developing conceptual thinking skills and predicts long- term success in school, not just in later math learning but also in later reading proficiency.

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Most Recent Interviews

Motor Development
🔵 When Your Baby Wants to Skip Crawling and Go Straight to Walking
with Beverly Stokes, International Author of Amazing Babies Moving
Math
🔵 Signs of High IQ Kids and Gifted Children. Dr Frank Lawlis
with Dr. Frank Lawlis, Supervising Testing Director of American Mensa
Reading
🔵 Signs of High IQ Kids and Gifted Children. Dr Frank Lawlis
with Dr. Frank Lawlis, Supervising Testing Director of American Mensa
Math
How to Raise Creative Children
with Elizabeth Rood, Vice President of Education Strategy of San Francisco Bay Area Discovery Museum
Motor Development
How to Raise Creative Children
with Elizabeth Rood, Vice President of Education Strategy of San Francisco Bay Area Discovery Museum
Music
How Music Can Make Your Baby Smarter
with Rick Beato, CEO of Nuryl.com
Reading
How Music Can Make Your Baby Smarter
with Rick Beato, CEO of Nuryl.com
Reading
Why Sight Reading / Flash Cards Don’t Work
with Jim Yang, Founder of ChildrenLearningReading.com
Motor Development
How to Manage Your Toddler’s Screen time with Andrew Doan, MD, PhD
with Andrew Doan, MD, PhD, Co-founder of Real Battle Ministries