What parents do not want their child to learn well in school, then becoming as successful in the future life as they are. So, to think about how to develop memory, it is necessary, when the child is only a year old, and purposefully doing it.
However, not all parents know that each child's capabilities are different. There are children with developmental disabilities. And besides, some children do not have logical thinking, and because of this, problems in school are possible. In such cases, parents should consult a doctor how to develop memory in children with similar problems. Many children who were brought up at home are not taught to do analysis, make inferences, perform multistage tasks, but it happens because of scattered attention or inability to perform tasks independently when the child needs constant help and control of the parents. What does this mean? As a rule, that in some children, attention, perception, thinking and memory are not sufficiently developed.
How to develop memory so that in the future the child does not have problems with development? From the very first days of life you need to talk a lot with the child. Read him tongue twisters, quatrains, books. At the same time, it will not hurt to know the laws by which our memory lives.
The first "law" of memory says that to remember the child should get a vivid impression of what you want him to remember.
"Repetition - the mother of learning" - this is not a school proverb, this is the sound of the second "law" of memory.
But the "law" of memory number three is a simple association. If you want to remember the fact - establish a connection with some other. That is, you can show in action, as the dog barks, and the cat meows, pigs grunts, the bear snarls and so on.
Any developmental game simultaneously promotes the development of memory. The memory of the child develops gradually, like its organs. For the development of memory games are especially important, but not necessarily costly games. I believe that there are pictures and books in every house. You just have to show them to your child and call out loud what they are shown, anyone can do it, unless he has a speech defect. There are special exercises that develop memory.
"Show me the toy (picture) and name it." First you show the child up to a year of toys, call them. Then, illustrate, tell what they are doing (the dog is barking, running). When the child learns to recognize the dog, choose it from all the toys that lie in front of him, reach for it with handles, which means that he remembered it, and you achieved the goal. Praise the child, kiss, rejoice for him. Do you think he does not understand you? Errors, he understands intonation, he listened to them for 9 months and feels your mood.
When a child learns to speak, the same can be done with pictures. Show the child in the picture a dog, ask what sounds she makes. Further studies should be already a little more complicated. You can compare who is bigger, who is less, to draw, to play. I advise you to conduct classes with colored building blocks. So you will learn to memorize colors and shapes (cube, cylinder, cone). Learn the names of your fingers and count them. The account can be taught in 2-3 languages - all this perfectly develops memory and is absolutely not difficult for the child. Read a lot with a child of books from an early age. Even if he does not say a word, he already remembers all the words. Talk with your child, do not be afraid of complex sentences, the richer your language, the sooner your child speaks, and the more will be his vocabulary.
All of the above is not a complete list of what improves memory and develops your child. Also for the development of memory and speech, a large, bright, colorful alphabet is very suitable. First you call the child that is drawn on the picture, and then with it together "try on the tooth" the first words. When the child grows up, try the reverse game - try to determine by ear, from which letter the word begins.
Children are very fond of learning, for them it's all a fun game. And you always praise them for their success. And soon you, rejoicing at your own results, will teach relatives and neighbors how to develop the memory of children.