Do Re Me Fa La So Parents Get Your Children Involved The Cognitive advantages to musical involvement

Infants are strongly impacted by music. With simple recognition of certain melodies and rhythms, infants can begin memorization and increase recognition skills from birth.

Within the classroom, music has been proven to increase attention spans and classroom morale.

Music can also increase test scores within the classroom, impacting their futures in more ways that one.

Music can lead to increased learning capabilities and reaction time. Simply listening to music is one of the few activities that engages both hemispheres of the brain, allowing for better communication.

Music can give an expressive outlet later in life, relaxing the mind and body over the years. Parents should be drawn to the idea of allowing their child to have a happy and healthy mind and body.

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