Making a mess with food is good for the brain

New scientific research  shows that making a mess with food helps young children learn.  This method helps them discover and identify non-solid food, which was previously perceived as more difficult for little ones to understand compared to solid objects. The research involved 72, 16-month-old children. The study also showed that children sitting in a high chair are able to learn more easily than when they are in other locations.

~ The Australian.com, 3/12/2013

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