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Dancing with Babies Builds Great Social Skills Later in Life

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In this "Kids News Extra" segment of KidsAtoZ, Dr. T has a brief review a study regarding how dancing relates to developing interpersonal relationships. 

This is a great example of how the different areas of development influence one another. 

Here we see dancing, a physical activity, and it's impact on social-emotional, intellectual development, and one might argue, even moral development. 

We discovered the study in an article called "Moving in Sync To Music Helps Your Baby Build Interpersonal Bonds" through a blog called NeuroNet Learning. NeuroNet Learning sends summaries of scientific articles about child development. Their summaries are family friendly and I really like the topics they cover. 

Most importantly, the articles the NeuroNet Blog shares are from peer reviewed journals. That means experts on the subject, uninvolved in the study, determine its worthiness for publication. 

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