Which of these songs do you know from your childhood? Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star Hush, Little Baby Brahm’s Lullaby Go to Sleep Hush a Bye Baby 5 Little Ducks Lullabies have been around for centuries. In fact, we use lullabies in our group music classes as a means of bonding between parent and child, it … More how lullabies help babies
What fairytales do you remember from your childhood? National Fairytale Day is Friday, February 26th. Here are some ideas when sharing these stories with your children and a chance to win a copy of a fairytale to read with your children as well! Most of us know the popular fairytales that Disney adapted to an animated film either … More National Fairy Tale Day + Giveaway
Wait a second…are those the right lyrics?!? As we get closer to the holidays, I hear the song from Charlie Brown being played. “Christmastime is here…happiness and cheer” are the words being sung by the characters from Peanuts. But, as I look around everyone is stressed with their ‘To Do List’ and activities that fill the calendar. What … More Christmastime is here…stressfulness and cheer?!?
Many music studies focus on school-aged children and music. McMaster University did a study to see how music effects babies developmentally. There is a difference between passively listening to music and participating in music activities. Here is a link to the article: Babies’ Brains Benefit from Music Lessons Wee Music Studio Classes in Troy, Ohio are … More Active Music: Why Should Babies Participate?
Lullabies have been around for awhile but when should we sing them to children? Why should we sing them? Have you heard someone say that music can soothe the soul? Here is a study on how lullabies can soothe and have a positive influence on children. Lullabies Can Relieve Children’s Pain Need more lullaby songs to sing at … More The Positive Influence of Lullabies