When Mi Bao was almost 2 years old, we went to Cuba together to build castles and dig shells on the beach, leaving many memories in the photos. Until when he was about 4 years old, I asked him if he still remembered going to Cuba? He said he could still remember, and said he wanted to go to Cuba to dig sand. Ask him the other day, do you remember that we went to Cuba? He said he didn’t remember. Then, I have to look at the photos on the phone with us and ask where it is? What are we doing? I really don’t remember at all. Is it useful for a 1-year-old child to travel? it works! At the age of 0-3, the speed of synapse formation is faster than at any other time. At the age of 2 and 3, the synapses of the brain reach twice as many as they are in the year. This shows that stimulation of the baby’s brain before the age of 3 will have a very positive effect. These stimuli include tactile, visual, auditory, and motion stimuli to promote synaptic connections between brain nerve cells and promote the development of the central nervous system. After 6 years of age, the growth of the children’s brain gradually stabilizes. The child’s experience as a child will have an impact on his subsequent growth. Just like a long time after we returned from Cuba, Mi Bao still remembers playing in the water and digging for shells on the beach; when looking at the photos, his face will also know that What kind of shells were dug there. Then why didn’t the child remember it later? Some studies have done research on the phenomenon of “baby amnesia” , and asked 222 college students what happened when they were 1-5 years old, such as whether they remember the birth of a younger brother/sister, hospitalization, death of family members, and moving. Experimental results show that the earliest meaningful memories are usually specific events. For example, a 2-year-old child can remember the birth of a sister/brother or was hospitalized, while a 3-year-old child can remember a move or the death of a family member. According to the descriptions in the previous two parts, children before 2 years old obviously have memories, so why can’t we remember? One explanation is that children before the age of 2 cannot use oral language, so it is possible that the memory of infancy is stored in non-verbal form. Although we can use language, we cannot extract the non-verbal information stored in previous memory. . Although the memories of children before the age of 3 are remembered in the form of events, their memory is not accurate and easy to forget, so their memories are usually fragmented and incomplete, so we can often hear children’s memories In the plots of my childhood, details and even random combinations of characters and events were usually lost. Since you can’t remember, should you ignore the memories of children before the age of 3? Although the memory of children before the age of 3 will appear blank, their memory development is very rapid, and the reason they are easy to forget is because we adults cannot repeat every plot for the children, so they will forget “these are not repeated.” The event; but if we can repeat certain events for the child many times, then the child can remember. This is why we often give children a certain song, or the same story, or repeat some words, so that even if they grow up, they can still remember some scenes. So, if you can take your children out for more walks, take them to experience more, even if it is a small park a few miles away; even if you can’t remember all the scenes, at least the moment they play, they are happy !