To be fluent in a language, one must not only be able to read and write, but think in that language. At Miss Jane’s Music Studio, we are teaching children to think in the language of music. Thus when children read music at the appropriate age they are not “translating” note by note but come to a full understanding and can express the music as a whole. Learn More About the Path to Musical Literacy
Music’s melodic and rhythmic patterns awaken and stimulate neural pathways in the brain that help develop memory, math skills, and powers of abstract and creative thinking.
Music touches all spheres of development, including language, self-expression, concentration, social interaction, fine motor skills, listening, problem-solving, teamwork. goal-setting, coordination, confidence, self-esteem, music-playing, creativity, family involvement, poise, bonding, voice expression, family interaction, and emotional developoment.
Overall, music activities are ideal for your growing child.
Music immerses the child in language
Stimulates the brain
Fosters physical coordination
Develops listening skills, the foremost necessity for learning