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I have been told that my daughter is quite bright. She is 3 years old and astounds me every day! She seems to have a photographic memory too. Does anyone have any suggestions of activities or ideas I can give her/do with her to keep her stimulated please?

Posted anonymously, 9th November 2015

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  • I would just encourage her with puzzles and games like memory match, Ludo, line up 4, monopoly for kids etc You could also buy some pre school exercise books for her with easy maths & handwriting & english

  • Memory and snap with a deck of cards. Puzzles, Learning shapes, colours, alphabet and counting. Then moving onto writing her name.

  • The library is great – find some books she’s interested in. You could talk to her about the different parts of the book, the words in the book, the content of the book. When she asks questions about things, that’s the time to extend her or investigate those topics more.

  • stencils. she will have fun with that. video games are great for keeping her mind active and problem solving.

  • Anything to do with mind games which you can find online or books might be helpful. My son used to play Mindcraft where you build things in a logical manner . Intelligence is a good thing and will work for her in the future .

  • I would go to the local library. There’s lots of great fun and educational activities there. Puzzles and games that you have to think about. Good luck

  • Go to a specialty toy stores where they sell games and activity packs for kids.

  • Age appropriate books and puzzles.

  • I would go with music too. And puzzles!

  • Music is great – they can even start to learn an instrument – look for specialist lessons.

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