The importance of sound for our child

Sharing a musical moment with our child creates a real bond of attachment and complicity. It is therefore important to dance, sing, play an instrument with him to make him feel all the love and affection we have for him. It allows the production of endorphin (the hormone of pleasure) and to develop the feeling of well-being and confidence. Every parent knows late night lullabies to calm and put baby to sleep.

Music promotes learning.

Learning by singing is a practice known to all, in fact, musical activities stimulate many areas of the brain , which improves and promotes learning. Many nursery rhymes allow you to learn the seasons, to count, the alphabet and it is validated by all!

Music promotes creativity.

What parent has never had the right to an improvised dance show or song in the living room? Music allows our child to create wild choreographies and great private concerts that will foster their imagination, creativity and develop their personality.

Music develops physical motor skills.

At the beginning, it is quite difficult for babies to coordinate their movements (ow, have the repeated falls) but we have all been there! Music is a great help in teaching your child to be aware of their body.

Music, songs, rhymes and poetry develop language.

Learning words, hearing them several times, repeating them allows each syllable to be placed on a particular sound, which develops vocabulary and the pronunciation of words. Music is an excellent way to develop your primary language, but it also allows you to learn new languages ​​with ease.

Music allows you to make friends.

Sharing songs, dances or playing musical games such as musical chairs allows your child to have fun with other children. Thanks to music, he once again creates links but this time with children of his age who will become great friends.

Music benefits premature babies

Numerous studies have shown that singing lullabies to premature babies or having them listen to music that reproduces heartbeats stabilizes their heart rate. Much like pregnant women playing music to their fetuses, music calms, brings strong feelings, and builds positivity.

Attention, it is still necessary to beware of auditory fatigue.

Like any good thing, it should not be abused. Getting your child used to a noisy environment, with continuous music or background noise from the radio or television is not a good thing. The excess noise can tire him out, totally distract him from the music that he will consider "annoying" and may disturb his attention. Silence and calm are essential principles for the development of our child, he must be able to hear himself think, listen to each of the noises that surround him (the birds singing, the rain against the window, etc.), all his noises , even small ones, are important.

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