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7 Oct 2018
Research has shown that music can enhance memory, not only in children but for humans of all ages. Music and movement can also be used to teach children to remain healthy and active. This makes early childhood music classes important for childhood fitness, memory and a variety of other learning developments.

This explains the movement toward early childhood music courses. They are more than just a way for wealthy parents to indulge their children. Kids of all ages can benefit, especially with the more affordable community programs now being offered. In generations past music lessons might have been a luxury reserved for the higher classes of society, but that is no longer the case today. Helene Goldnadel observes music and movement...


13 Sep 2018
Think about the way music affects you on a personal level. Fun, upbeat tunes get your hips swaying and put you in a great mood even if things are going so great around you. Slow tunes with sad lyrics can bring tears to your eyes even if you don't know what is being sung about personally. Something inside of the human soul connects naturally to music. When you hear a new or unusual tune you stop in your tracks, turn toward the source of the sound, and you pay attention.

All of this occurs with young children and babies as well. When a child is busily playing in a quiet room and music is started from one corner of the room, they will naturally turn toward the music and stop what they are doing. A loud noise from that corner may startle...