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Wednesday, September 14, 2005

Music makes the difference

Music is a wonderful skill for any child, new research shows that how learning music can help the child in so many more ways: Improved reasoning capacity and problem solving skills, Improve maths and language performance, Better memory, Greater social and team skills . For many years, we have believed that children should learn music ‘for music’s sake’, because music was an excellent accomplishment and part of a well rounded, balanced education. And so it is. But these days children are expected to learn so many more skills and parents have begun to ask which subjects their child could ignore or drop. The answer is: not music! As every parent knows, their child is a mixture of nature and nurture. A newborn baby already has all his or her brain cells and as the child develops he or she naturally builds pathways between these cells or neurons. These pathways (referred to as neural pathways) are there for life. Learning music from an early age enables those neural pathways to grow in ways that can help your child maximise the potential they were born with. Research shows that playing digital music can make significant differences to children’s abilities related to learning, memory and social interactions. Digital Music is still an excellent accomplishment, but it can also make the difference for a child. Playing music increases memory and reasoning capacity, time
management skills and eloquence. Playing music improves the ability to think

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Source: http://www.mca.org.au/mpfl/research1.htm

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