Children's brains benefit from making snacks with parents

10/14/2009 | Japan Times, The

Children's brain development is stimulated by making snacks with their parents, a Japanese study found. Activities such as working with chocolate, rolling out dough and cracking eggs positively affected the prefrontal area, which plays a major role in thinking, creativity, learning and communication.

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