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The brain of a newborn baby weighs 400 grams, but by the first birthday, it has grown enormously to 1000 grams!  An adult brain weighs 1400 grams, and by 2 years old, your baby's brain is 80% of that size.  So it's no wonder that children absorb information, facts, songs and everything else like sponges - they have so much memory and learning capacity to fill.  Learning activities in ToucanLearn are aimed specifically at improving mental capacity and reactions.  The first few years are important to the healthy development of your kids, so make sure you take every opportunity to nurture them.



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Hi! I'm Tikal the Toucan, the mascot for ToucanLearn. Follow my blog to find out interesting things relating to babies, toddlers and preschool children!

Sign up FREE to ToucanLearn to follow our activity based learning programme for babies, toddlers and children. We offer hundreds of fun learning craft, games and activities - every activity is aimed at the capabilities of your specific children. Download custom activity sheets, and log their progress in each child's unique Daily Diary!

You'll also find sticker and reward charts, certificates, number and letter practice. Every activity links into the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) areas of learning and development.

Fill in our Daily Diary to log progress against the EYFS and add photo entries instantly simply by sending them straight from your phone. You can share diaries back with parents or childminders so that everyone can enjoy watching your children develop.

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