Child Psychology and Behaviour

5 Ways to make your baby learn things quickly!

Hina Srivastava
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5 Ways to make your baby learn things quickly

As a new mother, you are busy doing lots of things, taking care of your baby, feeding her, bathing her, massaging her. But you forget the most important thing – having conversation with her. Yes, heard it right. A child imitates and picks up cues from your behaviour. So if you want to her to learn anything you need to start including those things in your day-to-day behaviour with her and everyone else around you. Our proparent Hina Srivastava shares some useful insights to make your baby learn basic things quickly.


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Akshya Kumar

| Mar 07, 2017

Thank u so much for these useful tips

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Sandhya Deshpande

| Mar 06, 2017

it is really useful for us thank you

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Samreen Kaur

| Mar 06, 2017

useful tips. .Thanks

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Smrity Sharma

| Mar 06, 2017

hi,useful tips. I also use these tips &it work very well. thank you.

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Jooly Elias

| Mar 06, 2017

Its very true. .l have already tried these tips with my kid. She is now just one year and eleven months.

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dhana lakshmi

| Mar 06, 2017

Thank you for sharing... Really its very useful information for Every parents...

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puloma pandey

| Feb 21, 2017

it took me so mch time for her toilet training .. but finally c says mamma toilet whenever c feel n stopped using diapers..

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Alivelu

| Feb 06, 2017

my baby has vitamins deficiency like Iren,D vitm,caliciam so plz give some food recipe s for improve

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Anjali Sood

| Feb 04, 2017

Very intersting & useful

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Karthika Dinesh

| Feb 01, 2017

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Namrata Vichare

| Jan 22, 2017

yes... I'm doing the same and she really catch words in short time. but toilet training is the hardest part I'm going through

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Pervara Kapadia Singhania

| Jan 09, 2017

Very interesting article. No doubt we need to always practice things ourselves

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Shikha Aggarwal

| Dec 23, 2016

Thnx Hina ji for this.... very usefull points

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Venna Kevin

| Dec 16, 2016

It is really true... my son knows hao to say thanku,no,byebye, I tried not to make bby talk to him. thnx mujjch 4 da tipz!!

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anjali verma

| Dec 07, 2016

thanks for feel me better. i m a working mother and really very hard to do each thing perfectly. now i will keep fun wih my child perior to anything else

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Lakshmi Hiremath

| Dec 05, 2016

Thanks for the these points . Very helpfull.

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Hina Srivastava

| Dec 02, 2016

another thing which I always followed was to take the right name of anything in front of my daughter, for ex. water was always addressed as water or " pani", food always as khana... no short cuts or other terms which might sound cute right now. I think it makes her communication with other people easy.

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Rashmi Roy Sarkar

| Dec 02, 2016

she says thank u welcome together ....n it's really give me pleasure

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Geet

| Dec 02, 2016

fantastic thank u

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mohua das

| Dec 01, 2016

thanks for ur opinion

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Farahalikhan

| Dec 01, 2016

thanks dear its really help me

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Gauri

| Dec 01, 2016

LM q

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Suma Chakrasali

| Nov 30, 2016

Its always nice to share n hear own experiences like u did ..... Good one

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Manasa Anand Raj

| Nov 30, 2016

hi, its very informative. it true that kids at tender age they grasp very quickly. we should always mind our actions

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Pushpa Ghantasala

| Nov 29, 2016

hi,hina ur blog is very nice. we r following the same. we need a lot of patience while teaching them.

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Pramila

| Nov 29, 2016

Great. .my daughter trying to say thank you .... just now I thought in my mind to teach all these things ....got the same massage too. .. really happy for the information.

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Aksa Shaikh

| Nov 29, 2016

Nyc blog hina !!! I almost speak to him loudly only, so dat he picks up my words and say... nw a days he started saying wow wow wow Its an amazing experience to teach ur baby to talk walk and do whatever ur baby wants to do.. , :)

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Asna Aashti

| Nov 29, 2016

we tried that also.... nothing works it seems.

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Hina Srivastava

| Nov 29, 2016

Aana you should introduce new words to your son, especially when he uses a slang. For example, if he uses the word "sh*t", then immediately say "oh no", "oh god" or related words in your language to give him something new to react.

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Asna Aashti

| Nov 29, 2016

good informative write up.... my 3 year old boy have learned some of the slangs from his elder brother. we explained him in every possible way but sadly he hasn't stopped using those words. What to do... ??

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Tejal Singh

| Nov 29, 2016

Yeah correct. Thoroughly enjoyed. My son knows my reaction and sometime to tease me when I say dirty he does it more. And sometimes looks at me till the time I say sorry.

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