Student of HungryBrain becomes child prodigy before reaching 2 years
Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], April 11: Hitansh Singh, whose one-of-a-kind talent has finally brought him to the spotlight where he belongs, is proof that age is just a number. This boy from Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, entered his name into the India Book of Records for having created 100 paintings at the age of 1 year and 11 months. Hitansh was recognised as the “Super Talented Kid” on November 11, 2021 (he was 11 months old then) by the International Book of Records “World Records of Excellence” for correctly identifying a variety of flashcards. Thanks to being groomed at HungryBrain, a Mumbai-based company offering brain development solutions for newborns, infants and toddlers, Hitansh was able to accomplish so much at such a young age.
Skilling those below 3 years is a massive challenge, and HungryBrain’s uniquely self-developed set of programs ensures that a kid’s grasping power and analytical thought processes are way ahead of others their age. Ranging from Newborn to 24 months, HungryBrain has a unique program or course for each kid that includes an Early Brain Stimulation Program, Thinking Stimulation Program, a HungryBrain Math program, Country Flags Flashcards Program, Lifeskill Development Program, as also an Early Reading Program. Also on offer are a Sensory Stimulation Set for Newborn Babies and Courses for parents like ‘Yes Parenting’ and ‘Raising a smart child.’
Scores of children in India and around the world who HungryBrain has trained as toddlers and preschoolers have gone on to be honoured by the Kalam Book of Records, the India Book of Records, Asia’s Book of Records, and the World Book of Records for their extraordinary gifts in observation and artistic expression. Thousands of parents and their children worldwide have significantly benefited from HungryBrain’s programs and courses.
Ms Hemali Gada, CEO and founder of HungryBrain, “Our USP is sensory stimulation for newborns, early thinking stimulation for infants, and life skill development for toddlers. We have been leaders in early brain stimulation for over 20 years and have assisted lakhs of parents in witnessing their children’s developmental milestones.” Hemali is proud of the fact that the original group of HungryBrain children are now 8 years old and are significantly ahead of and different from their peers. Their childhood exposure to early learning allowed them to stand out for their qualities.
Research has shown that early Brain development is most robust during the first three years of life and that planned stimulation can help a baby reach its developmental milestones by benefiting its motor skills faster in its first few months and years.
HungryBrain’s courses and programs are highly popular among educated, new-age parents as they are not just about sensory stimulation through flashcards, flags, pictures or puzzles but are scientifically devised to make a kid understand better and faster. Adds Hemali, “Our next goal is to have one million preschoolers reading and doing math problems independently by the time they turn three.
Hemali is a Think Buzan’ Licensed Instructor (TLI) as well as a renowned ‘Mind Map Trainer and was trained by Tony Buzan himself, inventor of the world-renowned Mind Map technology. For further info, call on +918879757537/36 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or log onto www.hungrybrain.in
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