Benefits of Music

What if you could give your child …

  • Accelerated language development
  • Stronger math and science skills
  • Better physical coordination
  • Improved memory and reading retention
  • A livelier imagination
  • Enhanced communication and teamwork skills

With the power of music you can.  Enroll in Kindermusik today and see for yourself.

Want to learn more about the power of music in early childhood?  Check out these great articles (courtesy of Kindermusik International).

Music & Literacy

Early music experiences can have a significant impact on literacy and reading. According to experts, learning to read depends on acquiring a variety of skills, including phonological processing, oral language, and comprehension. So when it comes to these literacy-boosting skills . . . how does Kindermusik fit in?

Music & Math

There is no longer any doubt that there is a significant link between early music instruction and cognitive growth in certain other, “nonmusical” abilities, such as math, memory, and spatial-temporal reasoning. In fact, studies focused specifically on music for young children even suggest that these cognitive gains increase according to the number of years that students engage in active music learning, and even that the younger children are when they begin, the greater the gains will be!

The Impact of Music on Mathematics Achievement by Deanne Kells, M.A.

Discovering Mathematics Through Music by Heidi Gilman Bennett

Music & Social-Emotional Development

Research demonstrates that involvement in music and movement activities from an early age helps children develop good social and emotional skills. Research also links social and emotional development with school-readiness and even with higher academic testing scores. It’s no surprise. After all, the same skills that foster emotional security and social success – skills like confidence, curiosity, cooperation, self-regulation, and good listening – predict cognitive achievement and academic success as well.

Music & Social-Emotional Development by Molia Dumbleton, M.A., M.A. and Heidi Gilman Bennett

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