i was wondering if you had anything on child delvelopment?
These sites have quite a lot of information on child development.
http://www.childdevelopmentinfo.com/
http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/childdevelopment.html
You asked about "child Delvelopment"
I was surprised there is a common mispelling here on this, others make the same error:
http://search.yahoo.com/search?_adv_prop=web&x=op&ei=UTF8&fr=fptop&va_vt=any&vp=child+delvelopment&vp_vt=any&vo_vt=any&ve_vt=any&vd=all&vst=0&vf=all&vm=i&fl=0&n=10
Has to be Freudian.
MsSue gave you some good sites. If you have specific questions, ask. This subject is very wideranging.
I need info on a picture, historical facts including date and country place of origin, uses and purposes;development.
Two names of famous pieces and their composer,which feature the instrument.
How the instrument was played.
Two famous players and wher they are from (for the following instruments)
1)violin
2)saxophone
3)trumpet
and
4)cymbols
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