Music when injected deep in the mind from a tender age, would act like the cinnamon to your sweet dish. Your child is the most active during his early ages, and, this, when incorporated with a musical mindset has been scientifically proven to be very effective in overall cultural development of your child’s psychology since a very young age.
How to Stimulate your Child’s Musical Mind
Benefits of musical impact since a tender age:
• Impacts the creative side - Studies have proven music to be of a great impact when taught or learnt from a very tender age. It enhances your child’s creative side of the brain and boosts creativity amplifying how the brain responds to unwanted creative blocks of your child.
• Memory booster - Studies have shown, music has been of an utmost importance and plays a very crucial role as a memory booster. The memory cells of the brain get charged an exercised when introduced to a musical connection.
• Enhances concentration - Music requires engagement of the body and the soul, irrespective of the age at which it is learnt. At a young age, when the mind is the most active and can take a learning oath the best, music helps the child increase his or her concentration level. It is scientifically proven to be an enhancer of concentration level. Also, your child tends to be calm ad composed in decision making situations from a very young and early age day and time period, as has the research proven necessarily.
Ways to stimulate your child’s musical brain:
• Through activity sessions - Keep the sessions short as at this age, long sessions would necessarily and unwantedly bore them. Short and interactive music sessions, where one to one interaction is possible would not only be beneficial, but also would be helpful in keeping your child interested and would help him or her concentrate better for the sessions.
• Basics first - Basic trainings and crisp understandable sessions for music should be given an eye upon. Help your child grasp the concept of the music before over loading him with heaps and piles of technicalities as it would just confuse your child and would not be of great impact.
• Imitate and interact - Keep the session interactive and imitate as your child sings through the words and lyrics. Try to not cut the flow in order to correct what he of he is singing as this would lower the confidence and would interrupt the flow of your child’s singing interest. Try to be as friendly in the procedure as possible. Imitate to the words to make him or her understands what he or she is singing and remembers the lyrics to the song.
• Other’s of the same age group - Children is the most interactive and open when with others from the same age group. Try forming a music group with children from the same age group, may be your child’s friends group. This would help him be more interested in the process of learning the music.
• Music teacher - No one but someone trained in music would know where to teach the child from, where the basic start from. So try seeking or looking out for a music teacher who could give your child the best idea for the same.
Overall, make sure, your child is happy in the entire procedure, look for the interests of the child and only then would his musical brain be stimulated in the right direction.
Published on: 02nd April 2021