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More information on Kidding Around Town.
Kidding Around Town is based on research that shows early involvement and learning encourages dendrite development in the brain resulting in a smarter child.
To assist in this development process Kidding Around Town provides local destinations and activities to help guide you with your outing adventures. Read on for more information.
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Do I need to be a "rocket scientist" or really smart to understand these activities or use this book?
No! Absolutely not! We've done the work for you with simple age-appropriate activities so you don't have to think too hard or come up with your own ideas on where to go and what to do.Using the activities outlined in this book are the keys to help make your child smarter - and you too!
Can I find this information for Free by googling?
You can find tons of places to take your kids online, even on our website. But what you won't find are the age-appropriate, location-specific information. This is our copyrighted information and this is what is most important to help make your child smarter.
I don't have time to read. Do I really need to read this book?
This is not the type of book you read cover to cover or put on your shelf never to open again. This is a guidebook that you take with you when you go places with your kids.
Is this book filled with a bunch of technical information on the brain (that I might not understand)?
No, it is not. We explain all this "brain stuff" here on our website so you know why it's important to take your kids out and engage them. We don't want to bore you with the technical stuff in the book. This is a book you take with you, not a boring text book. It's very user-friendly and is laid out in an easy-to-use format.
Why is this book Important?
In a nutshell, because this book is a tool that you use when you take your kids places. By taking them out and engaging them, you increase their chances of becoming a smarter child. Read on for the more technical answers.
Research has found from birth children have the largest window of opportunity to increase brain dendrite development which allows for greater understanding of complex concepts as the child grows. Dendrite development is made easy by regular visits to sites and exhibits around our Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex.
Using Kidding Around Town with its age appropriate activities as a guide, parents can encourage this neurological dendrite development in the brain.
This resource focuses the family on the importance of having fun while growing strong brains in children, especially those aged 1 to 12.
Why should I buy this book?
If you want to give your child a head-start in life, this book is for you.
If you want to increase your child's chances of becoming smarter, you will find this book helpful.
If you like taking your kids places but aren't sure where to go or what to do there, this book will help you.
If you are new to Dallas Fort Worth and don't know the area, this book will give you tons of ideas.
I have a baby so this book isn't for me, right?
Actually having a baby is a great time to start practicing what's in this book. You don't know what they're learning because they can't tell you, but trust us, they are learning. It's never too soon to take your baby out. Our book includes ideas and activities for babies too.
I really just like to take my kids free places, so why should I spend twenty bucks on this book? I can find free places on the internet.
Yes, you can find free places on the internet. But as we've said before, this book isn't just a list of locations. It's the activities that are most important to your child's brain development and what you won't find anywhere else.
With this book you're paying < 10 cents per location for tons of activities at 100s of locations in Dallas Fort Worth. Great value! And in the Dollar Rating Guide at the back of the book it breaks down every location listed by price so you can immediately see which ones are free and which ones aren't. And here's a tip - most of them are free!