Friday, August 23, 2013
“Music heals the soul” we’ve all heard and experienced at some point in our life. It has the power to make you feel deeply, to make yourself feel understood even if it’s just within the lyrics, to express yourself. Did you know that Music can be much more than that? It’s show that music lessons can help your child in school as well.
Music has a way of enhancing what your child learns in other subjects (not just music) and helping them retain that information. Children taking music lessons have to use their eyes, ears, and small and large muscles as well. This helps the brain develop more neural (learning) activity than those that don’t take music lessons.
The benefits of taking music lessons are simply amazing!Keeping up a steady practice schedule instills great discipline and work ethic in kids, teaching them to work hard and be patient.Playing an instrument improves hand-eye coordination and nuanced muscle control. Children who grow up around music show more advanced language development, even at 2 years old, than children who don’t.
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Being creative with music builds your child’s mind to want to do other creative, smart, great things. This will lead them to be creative and bright kids because education in music and the arts helps children learn to think about problems creatively, finding multiple solutions to problems. Learning music improves a child’s ability to focus, which can lead to better studying and higher test scores.They look at everything so differently. Learning music helps children focus and actually retain so much more than non-creative types!
Not only does learning music boost their self esteem and confidence levels, but it helps them get rid of stage fright. Kids who study music and the arts are more likely to graduate from high school and are less likely to abuse drugs and alcohol, which is another amazing thing! If they have something to stand for, they are less likely to fall into peer pressure!
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Jessica is the writer behind Sweet Southern Mama. She is the mother of 2 adorable kids- Aidan, 7 and Adisyn, 5. She lives in Kentucky with her fiance and kids. She loves designing blogs, reading, writing, crafting, all things electronic, photography, and spending time with her family.