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CGirl

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The infant's brain develops through responsive relationships with caregivers; if a synapse is unused, it dies. Therefore, the early years are the most crucial to child development. Consistent interactions with caregivers is ideal for child development and is why high turnover in child care is so concerning. For example, if a 3-year old is taught how to practice/play violin, he is much more likely to see playing music as a normal part of life when he is older (say, 10 years old). This ability is developed through early exposure, and the synapses in his brain are utilized. I know that children who start violin/cello early on (age 3-5) are more likely to attain a high level of playing ability later.
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The early years are the most crucial to child development, consistent interactions with caregivers are ideal for child development.
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