|how every child can thrive by five Molly Wright | Ted Talks|
every person has something to say; do not say my child does not understand what I am doing when surfing my mobile phone and not caring about him or her. So, take care of your child-- give him and her time to play with you. The first 5 years of their age are the times their minds grow so fast.
"What if I was to tell you that a game of peek-a-boo could change the world?" asks seven-year-old Molly Wright, one of the youngest-ever TED speakers. Breaking down the research-backed ways parents and caregivers can support children's healthy brain development, Wright highlights the benefits of play on lifelong learning, behavior, and well-being, sharing effective strategies to help all kids thrive by the age of five. She's joined onstage by one-year-old Ari and his dad, Amarjot, who help illustrate her big ideas about brain science. (This TED Talk was produced in collaboration with Minderoo Foundation as an educational tool for parents and caregivers around the world and is supported by UNICEF.)
Molly Wright · Student
Molly Wright, a student from Queensland, Australia, is a passionate advocate for early childhood development. At just seven years old, she's one of the youngest people ever to give a TED Talk.
watch the video below-- It includes English subtitles.