Starting Too Early or Starting Too Late? What’s Right?

Maryann Harman with Carla Hannaford and Natalie Wickham

Research makes that case that even in the uterus an unborn child reacts to sound. There is evidence suggesting that exposing children to music as early as possible has many benefits. Tune in and discover what can be achieved by introducing music to children at a young age.

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May 8, 2009
Episode Guests
CARLA HANNAFORD, Ph.D., educator and biologist, is an international faculty member of the Edu-K Foundation. She is also the author of Smart Moves: Why Learning is Not All in Your Head. Natalie Wickham is a Nationally Certified Teacher of Music and is the founder of Music Matters Blog (https://musicmattersblog.com), an on-line compendium of creative, practical, and up-to-date resources for the music teacher.
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