Music Supports Your Child's Well-being
From Health to Vocabulary, Music Enhances Your Child’s Everyday
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How Does Music
Music is often therapeutic and has been found to increase relaxation by lowering heart rates and calming the mind and body. Playing music in the classroom can enhance your child’s learning, encourage them to move, or provide a backdrop to more profound relaxation.
Music Helps Explore Emotions
Together, we’ll listen to different kinds of music and talk about how each makes us feel and why connecting children to themselves and others. Asking your child to take note of how a song makes them think and feel gives them critical insight into their emotional landscape as well as that of others.
An International Language
We All Understand
Whether it’s vibrating tribal drums or the lilt of Spanish guitar, your child will be exposed to a variety of music from around the globe and from different periods too. Expand your child’s appreciation of diversity through the evolution of sound. Exposing children to different music develops their cultural awareness and broadens their horizons.
Teaching Melodic Math Concepts
Counting, rhythm, scales, intervals, patterns, symbols, harmonies, time signatures, overtones, tone, and pitch. The sounds made by musicians are intrinsically connected to mathematics. Children are encouraged to think about how mathematics is used to create the music we enjoy.
Music Expands Language Skills
Listening to music helps children speak more clearly, develop a more extensive vocabulary, and facilitate reading. That’s because they become aware of sounds that make up words and create links to word recognition necessary for reading. Expanding language skills is an important reason we listen to music every day.
Making the Mind-Body Connection
From the earliest age, humans feel a natural urge to move to the music. That’s what we’ll build on to help them develop their motor skills and have fun moving their bodies and following a beat. Your child can hop, shake, twirl, and stomp to their heart’s content.
and Self-Expression by
Tapping on bongos and shaking maracas and tambourines are great ways for little ones to let loose, have fun, and helps them feel comfortable with the process of learning. The most important thing is their self-expression and sheer enjoyment of playing any given instrument.