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Rhythm & Ruach

you ever seen a little kid start to move when he or she hears upbeat music or a rhythmic beat? Young children, including infants, just inherently move to music and rhythms. Music energizes them, and it relaxes them. And it helps them learn. Musical movement is also becoming a way to connect young children and […]
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Larry Hankin

IJN Associate Editor | larry@ijn.com


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