Music and Children Educational and Parenting Articles

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We've got four artists who give kids' music a good name. These CDs are road trip ready.
Does musical genius start in the womb? The makers of âBaby Mozartâ would argue yes. Find out if music really can make your kid smarter.
Here are some easy things you can do with your children to experience the many benefits of music therapy.
Use music to help your child retain information and enhance learning. Here are expert tips for incorporating music into your child's learning experience.
Experts say parents should nurture their child's appreciation and enjoyment of music.
Running out of steam on a hot summer's day? Gather your kids or the whole neighborhood and make a backyard circus!
Learn how to polish your musical skills while spending time with the whole family by bringing your kids out to a karaoke event.
Early childhood educators are singing the praises of song as a literacy tool. Here's how you can get your child learning through song!
Ongoing music education has been shown to help children across a wide range of criteria - including overall academic performance. What does that mean?
Berklee College of Music is considered one of the premiereschools for young musicians. Now kids across the country can get in on the action for free.
This Black History Month, take the time with your child to listen your way through 80 years of African-American musical royalty.
Beethoven is here to stay. Here's how to inspire a love of classical music in your child.
Provides a list of what research and theory has documented the value of music to be in young children’s growth and learning including its impact on cognitive
The ability to listen involves more than just hearing. It requires children to focus their minds on the sounds perceived. Music activities provide an excellent
These five tips will help you keep your child's extracurricular activities in check.
The standards in this article are intended for 4-year-old children. It includes standards for singing and playing instruments, creating music and understanding
Lullabies from the greatest composers and spontaneous melodies sung and hummed by loving caregivers have brought comfort and sleep to countless babies.
Research indicates that early association with classical music can increase children’s enjoyment of music as an art form!
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