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A Child's First Classroom Begins Before Birth... Music and The Preborn Classroom

The prenatal experience of a united family in a musical activity, before birth, can create a preference for this kind of musical and bonding activity later on.  It will set up the desire for musical activities and the baby's enjoyment of participating in a family musical experience, that can begin very early in infancy. Did you know that your preborn baby's skin is sensitive to touch and vibration at 12 weeks into pregnancy?

During the last decade, studies have mounted that show how music facilitates the development of "whole brain" learning. Preborn enrichment energizes and activates different neural circuitry before and after birth.  Your child's first music class may actually be possible and made up of vibrations, received in the cell mind, before hearing connections through the ears have been established.

By the time your baby is born, whole brain learning and the enjoyment of musical experience with others, at the same time, can further expand and develop whole brain activity.  Sharing "Music and The Preborn Classroom" methods with your preborn baby and family, can produce bonding and communication relationships that last a lifetime AND produce a lifelong love of learning. 

Dr. Rene Van de Carr                                                                                    Father of the Preborn Classroom                                                              Founder of Prenatal University

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