Benefits

 
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The Kindermusik experience touches every part of a child’s development while creating a lifelong love of music. Kindermusik brings families together while preparing children for school and life!

 

Music Development

Maybe it goes without saying, but Kindermusik classes drive children's musical development. Our activities are designed to develop vocal skills, foster music appreciation, and build a foundation for formal music instruction later on. In class, children learn to play all kinds of age-appropriate instruments and to appreciate music of varying styles and origin.

Math Development

Researchers have established a connection between early childhood music experiences and the development of foundational mathematical skills and thought processes. New findings indicate that counting while moving or playing music can help a child better internalize early math concepts, and other studies show that listening to and making music develop and strengthen the very same neural pathways that are used for completing complex spatial reasoning tasks.

Creative Development

In Kindermusik, there is no limit to the ways we imagine, imitate and create. It’s a place where children are encouraged to use their whole bodies to be imaginative, expressive, and their whole selves.

 

Cognitive Development

Study after study has shown the positive effects of music education on cognitive development. The study, practice, and discipline of making music gives the brain a workout-it develops and expands neural pathways, forming stronger and more complex communication networks.

Language Development

A recent research study showed preschoolers who participated in Kindermusik 30 minutes a week experienced a 32% gain in language and literacy skills. www.kindermusik.com
 

Social-Emotional Development

Healthy social-emotional development includes the ability to form satisfying and positive relationships with others, to exercise self-control, and to experience and navigate a full range of emotions. Studies have shown that healthy social-emotional development in young children correlates closely with cognitive development and academic success in school; and children who display strong self-regulation are better able to control their impulses, pay attention, and work flexibly toward goals.