1. Engaging Your Child in Musical Learning with Simple Home Games!

    Children have such a capacity for music and dance, even at very young ages. Toddlers and preschoolers may begin to dance, sing, and develop musical preferences at this age. You can encourage your child’s love of music by playing some simple at-home games with them, which will make music even more fun and engaging. Enroll your child in our preschool program and daycare center in Monroe, or contin…Read More

  2. Can Playing a Musical Instrument be Beneficial to Your Child’s Development?

    The short answer is “yes”. Numerous studies have focused on the brain development, vocabulary, reasoning, general intelligence, and social and emotional development of young children who have played a musical instrument and the findings support musical training as a means to further cognitive, fine motor, and emotional growth. Brain Development Because the human brain can respond to the way in…Read More

  3. Five Signs that Your Young Child May be Musically Inclined

    Every child has a few special gifts that can become apparent in their early years. Sometimes it is hard to identify these gifts, however, because it can be difficult to determine what is developmentally typical and what may be advanced. If you suspect that your child is musically gifted, read on for some common signs. She can name a song after hearing only a few notes. After the opening few notes …Read More