Incorporating music into a child's life at an early age is easy because they like it and enjoy it, and it is also beneficial for healthy development.
Music can positively influence a child's cognitive, emotional, physical, and social development in many ways. You don't have to be a musician to give your child everything they need to experience the benefits that music has to offer. There are some tricks for parents to use that can encourage kids to learn music.
1. Find music every day. Look for music in everyday sounds like clocks ticking, birdsong, or brushing your teeth. Learning songs can be accompanied by fun sounds. This will help the child to identify musical sounds every day and to be an active listener.
2. Offer children a good music vocabulary to encourage verbal expression and allow you to appreciate the music more when you play or listen to it.
3. Listen to a variety of music. Children need to be able to learn to enjoy all kinds of music even if they find their style. It is not good to limit them only to classical music or children's music, their talent can be in any style.
4. TV can help. Television or any electronic hobby can help. When a child wants to watch television, he can be reminded if he has practiced the musical instrument or not, if he has not done so he must do so before distracting himself with something else.
5. Be a good example for musical taste. Singing to children is an example to show the passion for music, you do not have to worry about whether you are singing well or badly, what matters is to do it from the heart so that it is something inspiring and that it teaches the little ones / as trust for music even if it is not done quite well. Because practice makes perfect.
6. Music habits. A very important idea is to incorporate music habits into daily routines using music as dialogue for communication with children. Very original and personalized songs can be created to perform at times of the day, such as to wake up the children, to go to sleep, to clean, to eat ... encourage children to 'compose' the songs and make them part of daily routines can be a lot of fun.
And of course, it will be very important not to force him to do things when he really does not want to do them to avoid creating an aversion to something that could be quite a talent.
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