Benefits of music

Directly from Kindermusik International…

All over the globe parents bond with their children through musical sounds and rhythmic movements. They rock and sway with their children, put them to sleep with soothing lullabies, and bounce and laugh with them to nursery rhymes. Parents know instinctively what scientists have now proven: young children thrive on music.

MUSIC MATTERS

Psychologists, neuroscientists, and experts in early childhood development have demonstrated that music does more for children than bring them joy; it helps their brain cells make the connections needed for virtually every kind of intelligence. Kindermusik’s curriculum is built on this research.

When young children are consistently engaged by music in an age-appropriate, socially accepting environment, they benefit at many levels:

  • They gain the phonological processing, spoken language, and comprehension skills that are the foundation of reading.
  • They build the spatial-temporal and reasoning skills required for math, science, and engineering.
  • They develop social and emotional skills that are essential for school readiness—like the ability to regulate their responses and relate to others in complex ways.
  • By moving and dancing to music and playing simple instruments, children improve their gross and fine motor skills. Activities that encourage freedom within a fun and friendly structure spark their creativity.

And of course, they develop a lifelong love of music.

For more information about how music enhances your child’s development, go directly to the Kindermusik website at: http://www.kindermusik.com

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