Monthly Archives: November 2016

For a long time now, studies have been showing us that exposure to music at an early age can have a positive effect on your childs development as an infant, but did you know there are even greater benefits to having them learn to play an instrument? Odds are that they won’t become a musical prodigy, but it will have […]
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It’s a widely known fact that a balanced diet is important to a child’s growth and development, but did you now that it can also have an affect on your child’s abuilty to learn? The truth of the matter is that just as too many sweet treats can lead to hyperactivity, and tantrums, poor nutrition can have an equally adverse […]
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