Have you ever asked “Why don’t babies come with a set of instructions?” “What do you do with a young child?” “How do you help them reach their full potential?” Will they develop a sense of well-being, self esteem, and most importantly, personal success in life? The more parents, caregivers and professionals know about helping children “wire up” their brains when they are young, the more successful children will be.
Dr. Jill Stamm has created an interactive developmental system containing everything you need, and everything you need to know about how to encourage healthy brain development. These boxes work by connecting you to your child with the use of tools that will literally “wire the brain” in the very best way possible
All of our products incorporate the New Directions Institute’s S.T.E.P.S. to Early Brain Development® Curriculum, which addresses 5 critical areas of brain development: Security, Touch, Eyes (vision), Play, and Sound.
The Brain Box® set includes 12 individual boxes: two for infants, two for babies, two for toddlers and six for pre-school aged children. The boxes can be purchased separately or as a whole set. The whole set contains 250 different activities utilizing over 150 items. Each box contains toys, books and CDs for adult-child interactive activities as well as activity cards with instructions for each one of the items. Activity cards included in each box are in both English and Spanish. (Click Here for more information on Brain Boxes®)
The Baby Brain Box® is a smaller version of the Brain Box® set which was created to help parents and caregivers promote healthy brain development during baby’s first year (0 - 18 months). The patented box contains seven items with instructions for play as well as toy safety and disinfecting information. (Click Here for more information on the Baby Brain Box®)
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The S.T.E.P.S. to Early Brain Development® Curriculum is available only through the five-day NDI Certified Facilitator Program. A Certified Facilitator will be prepared to educate parents and those who work with the youngest children about early brain development in infants, toddlers, and preschoolers to prepare them for later school success. (Click Here to learn more about the S.T.E.P.S to Early Brain Development Curriculum® or to find out about NDI's facilitator training)