Scientists say Child's Play Build a Better Brain
We want meaningful play activities so each play can activate their brain development
The concept of Avery&Ruth began when I learnd that a baby’s logic and reasoning develop even before their language skills! Many studies show that 85% of everyone’s cognitive ability is formed by the age of 3.
This idea of baby’s brain development in early days seamlessly aligns with the Montessori Method, which emphasizes the importance of developing a child’s cognitive abilities from a young age. I am an enthusiast of the sensorial exploration of open-ended objects that comes from nature that enriches brain development and promotes mindfulness activities .
With a love for natural and eco-friendly materials that can be incorporated into day-to-day STEM learning-inspired activities at different development stages, children can continue using the toys to practice mindfulness meditation as they grow and shape their views about themselves, the world, and their experiences.
They learn to reframe events, regulate their emotions, and grow resilient.
We are committed to adding more earth friendly Toys and share what we learnt with fellow parents as shelter in place takes place.Do you believe what we do and want to contribute to our journal Or anything you’d like to share,do drop us a line here.
We want to help stimulate toddler and baby brain development through a wide range of disciplines through Montessori, STEM learning, Occupational Therapy, and Mindfulness Practice
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Dr. Justin HalberdaA professor of psychological and brain sciences at Johns Hopkins University and directs two laboratories focusing on child development and the Vision and Cognition Lab.
Dr. Norman DoidgeA psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, and author of The Brain that Changes Itself and The Brain’s Way of Healing. He is currently on faculty at Columbia University and the University of Toronto’s Department of Psychiatry.
Dr. William Staso
The author of Brain under Construction and Neural Foundations: What Stimulation Your Baby Needs to Become Smart. The book provides activity ideas and environmental considerations for parents of infants from birth through 7 months of age.
Dr. Melissa Clearfield
She focuses on child development research, and her current line of research explores whether socio-economic status impacts how these factors interact in very young infants.
Dr. Natasha Marrus
Her areas of clinical interest include child and adolescent psychiatry, autism, pervasive development disorders, developmental disabilities, and gross motor development’s link to brain functional connectivity in infants and toddlers.
Dr. Mark Bertin
A developmental pediatrician and author of How Children Thrive: Mindful Parenting for ADHD, and the Family ADHD Solution, which integrates mindfulness and other evidence-based pediatric care practices. He is also a contributing author for the book Teaching Mindfulness Skills to Kids and Teens.
Dr. Michael Inzlicht
He focuses on the areas of social psychology and neuroscience. His recent work centers on improving our understanding of self-control and the related concepts of cognitive control of executive function
Dr. Sara N. Gallant
Her research at the University of Southern California includes the correlation of mindfulness meditation practice, executive functioning, and the benefits of mindfulness practice.