Therapist Resource of the Week: Interactive Baby Brain Map on Zero to Three
This is so very cool! Thanks to Deb Discenza of Preemie World for letting us know about it!!
The Brain Map was adapted in 2006 by ZERO TO THREE from BrainWonders, a collaborative project (1998-2001) between Boston University School of Medicine, Erikson Institute and ZERO TO THREE.
To get started, select an age range from the pull-down menu and click on it. Depending on the age range, different hotspots on the brain will appear. Click on a hotspot to reveal questions to find out how a baby’s brain develops during this period of brain growth. You’ll also learn what you can do to enrich a very young child’s development.
Try the Interactive Baby Brain Map!!
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