Messy Children Make Better Learners

Study shows toddlers learn words for nonsolids better when getting messy in a highchair. Attention, parents: The messier your child gets while playing with food in the high chair, the more he or she is learning. Researchers at the University of Iowa studied how 16-month-old children learn words for nonsolid objects, from oatmeal to glue. Previous research has shown that...

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MESSY | Definition of MESSY by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of MESSY

What is the definition of MESSY? What is the meaning of MESSY? How do you use MESSY in a sentence? What are synonyms for MESSY? Definition of messy in English: messy Pronunciation /ˈmesē/ /ˈmɛsi/ See synonyms for messy Translate messy into Spanish adjective messier, messiest 1 Untidy or dirty. ‘his messy hair’ ‘He has the same almond eyes, the same...

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