<p>Dr. Tal-Chen Rabinowitch, Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences at the University of Washington</p>
Music is an everyday activity that is both fun and engaging for children. Recent research shows that when preschool-aged children create music with their peers, they excel in their cognitive development. They also improve their ability to cooperate and get along with other children. In this webinar, learn how music benefits children’s cognitive and social development. Also, find out about specific types of group musical activities that support that development.
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