Music & movement wires your child’s brain to learn

Research shows that the correct movement wires a child’s brain for learning and when paired with music these connections are strengthened. Correct movement refers to age appropriate and controlled movement. Music can greatly assist with this process and has numerous advantages on a child’s development.

A child that can hear the rhythm of music and move in a coordinated way together with the beat, can hear the sound groups in a word, distinguish between different sounds and even concentrate better. Skills that supports reading, writing and language development to name but a few.

Watch this video to see exactly how music and movement can be used together to achieve this.

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