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The power of music!

There are many educational studies on the positive effects of music in a child's development, and their results are impressive. They are not surprising except for those people who are constantly convinced of the effectiveness of music. It has been observed that early, positive, age-appropriate musical experiences can have extraordinary effects on children's literacy experiences (including vocabulary richness, comprehension, listening abilities), social and emotional awareness, learning and even abilities to plan and lead.

Music and Language

Early exposure to music may have impact on a child’s literacy and reading skills.  Experts state that learning to read depends on various skills such as phonological awareness, oral language and its comprehension. Thus, we can see that music can be helpful in many ways to develop your child’s literacy skills.

Music and Math

There is no doubt that a significant relation has been observed between early childhood music experience and child’s cognitive development of certain “non-music” skills, such as mathematical skills, memory, space and time perception. Actually, research into the impact of music on children shows that improvement of a child’s cognitive performance closely correlates to the period of time the child has been engaged in developing her music skills. Studies have also proved that the earlier a child becomes interested in music activities, the better performance she will demonstrate in the future!

Music, social and emotional development

Researchers state that children who from early age are engaged in music and movement development activities demonstrate better social-emotional skills. Furthermore, according to various studies, there is a relation between social-emotional development and academic success, and students who have better social-emotional skills tend to get better grades at school. Acquired in the early childhood, skills related to emotional security and communication success help to develop most valuable personal qualities such as self-confidence, striving for knowledge, communication, self-regulation and an ability to listen to others. These skills make a firm basis for further academic and social achievements of your child in the future.


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