Saturday Thinkibility Inspiration – Children's Drawings

Children's drawings provides a window into their  imagination (and to their overall cognitive and social development). They create weird, strange, colourful and beautiful creatures never seen before.Many of these creations end up on the walls, fridges and  work spaces. Children's drawing makes "the world appear brighter and sunnier" says toymaker Mariken Tetteroo from Tootoys. Mariken …

Moral Babies

  Asking the right question is not always easy. When it comes to morality, a common question is are we inherently good or evil. This question has lead to mixed results and the truth may be that a child is neither born good nor bad.    Development is a constant interaction between genes and the …

Learning to Talk

Eye Contact Babies love faces and they will stop smiling if you remove the eye contact. In many culture, having eye contact with the person you are communicating with is essential. Non-verbal clues are often picked up.    Focus on the Mouth It would seem reasonable to assume that your baby tries to look into …

Babies – Depth Perception and Optical Illusions

Rapid Development  A baby’s vision starts to develop in the womb, and she is born with a complete visual system. Although the visual system is complete, a baby also learns how to see and her vision will develop throughout the first years of life.  Vision is base for the development of action, cognition, communication, and social …

Bluffing Babies

Theory of mind Your baby is a fantastic learner who absorbs the world with her big eyes. She examines everything carefully with her mouth and hands. This examining changes her views upon the world, and she adopts her behaviour to the increasing knowledge and understanding. Babies are often described as innocent little miracles. But are babies' …