There are reasons that it is beneficial for children to hear books repeatedly, as well as songs. Devon Corneal writes in her article Why Reading the Same Book Repeatedly Is Good for Kids (Even If It Drives You Nuts), about 5 reasons why we should go ahead and read the book again. As I read … More Books on Repeat [and songs, too]
When babies are in the womb, they are already being exposed to rhythms. It is known that babies can hear a mom’s heartbeat, occasional hiccup or burp, stomach growling, and other noises as well. Babies are already being exposed to a musical element, rhythm, when in the womb. Once they are born, it is important … More Babies First Rhythm Heard
Did you know that 90% of preschool children that have music training display an enhanced ability to understand, define, and explain words? Interested in a music class for your baby, toddler, or preschooler? Check out the group music classes offered in Troy, Ohio at http://www.weemusicstudio.com/classes!
Researchers from Northwestern University link the ability to keep a beat to reading and language skills. To read the article, click here.
The University of Washington conducted a study on how music has an effect on 9 month old babies and how their brain responds to patterns of sound. “[Their study was] the first in young babies to suggest that experiencing a rhythmic pattern in music can also improve the ability to detect and make predictions about rhythmic patterns … More babies brains responding to music