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Bouncing to Music Can Help Babies Bond, Become More Cooperative
After completing the first study of its kind, researchers have discovered that very early musical training benefits children even before they can walk or talk. They found that one-year-old babies who participate in interactive music classes with their parents smile more, communicate better and show earlier and more sophisticated brain responses to music.
This study at McMaster University was done with SECE classes!
We believe that Ability Develops Early and that Environment Nurtures Growth. A baby absorbs everything in his environment; when that environment includes music and loving parental interaction, amazing things tend to happen!
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Babies' Brains Benefit from Music Lessons, Even before They Can Walk and Talk
Research on Music in Early Childhood
“There’s this idea that if we just play music in the background, then our kids are going to grow up to be geniuses, and that’s really not what research is suggesting,”
“If there are benefits of musical activities, it really comes from active engagement in the music.”
Moving together and being in rhythm with your child can help her be more helpful!
Learning Music Facilitates Other Learning
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Research has found that learning music facilitates learning other subjects and enhances skills that children inevitably use in other areas. . . .
Making music involves more than the voice or fingers playing an instrument; a child learning about music has to tap into multiple skill sets, often simultaneously.
“Music learning supports all learning."