Researchers have found grandparents play a vital role in the development of your child's physical, learning and cognitive skills. A study funded by the Australian government found that children ages three to 19 months who interact with their grandparents maintained higher learning scores. "We know from this study how important it is to a child's development to ... spend as much time as possible every day reading and spending time playing with children," a study rep said. This four year study was conducted with over 10,000 families with children.
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