Experts from Johns Hopkins University have developed a computer game for "pumping" of the mathematical abilities of children from the first years of life. Enough 5 minutes per day to develop mathematical skills of the baby.
The meaning of the program is simple. On each side of the screen is the constantly changing set of points. You need to determine on which side of the points the most. Although the game seems simple, but has a pronounced training effect.
The child almost from birth owns the concept of the number of items. Children are given the choice of two meals prefer a plate with a bigger portion. Like many other animals, the concept of the number of "wired" into human DNA.
Scientists believe that developing the "approximate number system" increased ability to more complex mathematical skills. The preliminary results show that children who played in the program from the scientists is 80% better able to cope with mathematics in the early school years.