HOW DO MUSIC CLASSES BENEFIT TODDLERS?
Music experiences can enhance your child’s social skills, literacy and speech comprehension, emotional regulation and more! These informative reads illuminate the importance of music development for young children.
Parents can help children develop their receptive and expressive speech through singing nursery rhymes and lullabies to them, among other tunes. Movement and action songs are particularly effective at helping children to recognize speech patterns and organize words into sentences.
Music experiences can help children develop key social skills and classroom readiness. Through music, children learn to listen, cooperate with others, navigate transitions smoothly during day to day activities.
Making up songs and musical improvisations can help children read and process emotions in themselves and others.
Art based activities including music encourage children to use creative problem solving strategies to overcome day to day conflicts and obstacles.
Toddlers and babies respond to music through instrument play and movement. These physical responses help development self-regulation and motor control.