Group musical play boosts healthy expression, empathy, relationship building, and inner balance.
Music education builds listening skills, promotes memory and recall, and strengthens executive function.
Playing instruments and doing fingerplays help strengthen the small hand muscles needed for critical tasks like writing.
Moving to music builds core strength, develops eye-hand coordination, and stimulates the vestibular system.
Group music making enhances a child’s ability to follow directions and understand language.
Vocal play activities boost phonemic awareness, while singing familiar songs enhances vocabulary and speech.
Group music classes develop vocal skills, music appreciation, and a foundation for formal music instruction.
Instrument play, movement, and pretend play help children become better problem solvers and innovative thinkers.