Halloween is right around the corner and if you’re still looking for a costume, than look no further because we’ve got you covered. We’ve compiled a list of girls, boys, moms, dads and even family costume ideas.
Little Red Riding Hood
In fetal development the auditory system forms extremely early and the ear is actually the first sensory organ to develop brain connections. And from those first weeks in the womb an infant’s ability to process sound and music only grows stronger.
When a baby is born he is already able to recognize familiar tunes and songs and distinguish between the voice of his parents and any other voice. Babies show a marked preference for a song sung by their own mother or father than a song sung on tape or CD. Even preemies show a preference for soothing classical music over harsher rock beats and studies done in Neonatal Intensive Care Units with premature infants show that soothing music from the Baroque period can lower the blood pressure and stress hormones of these young infants. (more…)
Join us for an evening of FREE non-scary Halloween Fun!
Play & Learn invites you to our Annual Hauntless House. Children will enjoy an evening filled with lots of fun activities and games, yummy treats, music, crafts and more! Children are encouraged to wear their Halloween costume and enjoy some trick-or-treating. See below to find a Hauntless House near you! (more…)