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HEALTH MATTERS: TELEVISION FOR LIFE

EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT

  • Aired: 04/21/2011
  • 58:40
  • Rating: TV-G
Learning doesn't start at kindergarten. From birth to six years is a critical time for brain development. We'll explore early learning and see how simple activities like reading and playing with blocks can help little ones succeed. Plus new findings from the University of Washington's Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences.
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Production Funding provided by Providence Health Care and by Thrive by Five Washington

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