Everyone wants their kids to be smart but some parents make it seem like a competition. There sure are kids that are brighter than others, however, it is the parents’ responsibility to help improve their young kids’ IQ and academic performance.
Yes, you read that right. It is possible to raise your child’s IQ by a number of points, contrary to some myths.
One of the common myths about IQ is that it’s fixed from birth when it can, in fact, increase three points per decade. Your children’s IQ becomes stable at the age of 6 which is why boosting it during their formative years is the best thing you can do for their future.
There are several ways to help your kids have higher IQs as they grow, including the use of physical and mental activities that stimulate both sides of their brain and enhance their ability to concentrate and pay attention to details, etc.