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Research shows yet again the wide ranging positive effects from early childhood exposure to music and music making.
Are you thinking about starting your child with music lessons? Have they learned to play with music yet? Chances are they have not, and it is an important step in the journey.
Here are some tips on how to foster music development in your young children. It is easier than you may think!
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Ever wondered why parent's sign their children up for music classes at a young age. Are they trying to make little Mozarts? Sometimes they are, but that is not the true goal of early music exposure.
Through this blog, I will be sharing with you snippets of info about the importance of early music making and exposure for children.
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