A child with batman costume has fun during the street carnival. Street carnival in Sao Paulo, many groups, called blocos, has bands and thousands of revelers , costumed or not, following as a parade through the city streets, singing, dancing by the route on February 6, 2016 in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Batman Doesn’t Need Super Vision

Psychologists have reported in Child Development that when four- to six-year-olds pretended to be Batman while they were doing a boring but important task, it helped them to resist distraction and stay more focused. The experts don’t know exactly why this works so well, but Jeff and Anthony have a few ideas.

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