walenty Pietrowiak
walenty Pietrowiak voted up Dan Banks' answer

Technically yes, you can 'train' a baby to be ambidextrous, but true ambidexterity occurs naturally - although it's very rare. It is estimated that only one out of a hundred people are ambidextrous.

What is Ambidexterity?

Generally speaking it means that a person is equally adept at using both their left and right hand. However, … Read more

walenty Pietrowiak
walenty Pietrowiak voted up Adam Slater's answer

Here's some info about brain training for children:

When it comes to brain training for kids, it does offer a whole lot of benefits. And, not many of us are even aware of it. Such forums help kids and ensure that their brain works more efficiently than before. It offers individuals the ability to learn and … Read more