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Music can help your child’s brain development

From birth, parents instinctively use music to calm and soothe children and to engage and interact. These natural instincts help to understand how music can impact child development, improve social skills, and benefit children of all ages

Music helps form an intimate bond between you and your child, brings a sense of calm and helps in rhythmic development – starting from birth.

Preschool Kids and Toddlers:

Several studies show that kids exposed to music at early age have helped in brain development. Children of all ages express themselves through music. Toddlers love to dance and move to music. 

Preschool children enjoy nursery rhymes and songs on things like toys, animals, play activities, and people. They also like nonsense rhymes with or without musical accompaniment. They like songs that repeat words and melodies

Sing a song during breakfast time, in the car, during bath time, playtime, or while doing chores like folding laundry. You can even make up silly songs to the tune of other songs, like: “Twinkle, twinkle, little toes! How I love your little nose!” 

Your toddler will love these simple interactions.

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