The Power Of Music

Did you know? Picking up a new musical instrument could accelerate your child’s learning progress.

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There has never been a better time to be a music lover than now and we say that because of how we are in an age of musical excellence. Whether you are a fan of the Beatles or even Pinkfong’s Baby Shark, it is fair game to say that most of us enjoy music as a whole and when we consider scientific evidence that explains how music has a synchronised effect on our brain, that gives us more reason to plug into our favourite music.

In addition to just bobbing our heads to the latest hits on the radio, it has been suggested that those who pick up a musical instrument in their free time have an edge over those who don’t in many areas of their lives. Parents would be heartened to hear this – according to children’s music specialist Meredith LeVande, she has always been outspoken over children learning music and cites many studies that outline the correlation between children who are exposed to music with a stronger academic performance in school. Isn’t it time to start encouraging your little ones to pick up a musical instrument in their childhood years?

Discover what Learn 2 Play Music Academy can offer to motivate your child’s musical talents in May-July issue of little.