There are many wonderful activities to engage your child, but consider Kindermusik in 2013. Here are a few reasons:
- Your child will learn listening skills! This is a great skill to have at home, in the classroom, and in life!
- Your child will experience taking turns - another life skill!
- Children work on fine motor skills through playing instruments and gross motor skills as they move to music. These transfer to cutting with scissors, holding a pencil and playing a sport!
- There is evidence that Kindermusik shows positive effects, particularly around the development of parent-child communication, language and reading skills.
- Friendships are formed that continue after Kindermusik is over! I know families with teenagers that have maintained the relationships they began in the Kindermusik classroom. A good beginning never ends!
Classes resume the week of January 14, and many have space available. You can get a brochure here. If you have questions about openings email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Despite all the concrete evidence that music increases our capacity to think and perform at higher levels, it is the “soul” of music that, in the end, makes a difference in human behavior. Linda Swears