Children’sDay: 5 Facts You should Know About Children

Today is the international children’s day and we celebrate children all around the world. Every child is unique and special and they deserve the very best when it comes to upbringing. Normally, childhood ends at 12, however, most of the best memories in life happen within the ages of 5 and 12.  To celebrate these special angels we all have in our lives, here are 5 amazing facts about them.

  1. Children under the age of six are at the greatest risk for crushing or burning injuries of the hand.

  2. On average, a 4-year-old child asks 437 questions a day.

  3. Children’s kneecaps only start to turn bony at 3 years of age, until they are made of cartilage.

  4. A 3-year old Boy’s voice is louder than 200 adults in a crowded restaurant.

  5. Babies understand what you are saying before they begin to speak

  6. A 2-year-old has twice as many neural pathways as an adult

7. Children can organize information in their memory starting at age 7

  1. Most 1-year-olds are ambidextrous

  2. At preschool age, children begin to see themselves as an individual

  3. Children may not remember anything before the age of 3.

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