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Children are interested in some type of music, just like ourselves.  When you put music to learning tools, they excel even more.  At our childcare the children are learning to play an instrument and are already starting to read music which enhances pre-reading skills.  As the children progresss, they become interested in other types of music (ex. music lessons on different instruments).  Our music studio is ready to send out music teachers to your home by the time children are enrolled in kindergarten.
Many studies have be done proving that music helps students excel in math and science as well as do better on their SAT's.  I can't tell you how many adults call us and say they wished they would have stuck with their music lessons or wished they could have had music lessons as a child. 

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reception entertainment on Tuesday, March 04, 2014 3:25 AM
Music assumes an essential part in each children improvement. Starting at life commencement, music invigorates the mind and furnishes a stage for tuning in,for dialects and for inattentiveness research shows that youngsters who play an instrument outperform scholastically, incorporating scoring higher on state administered tests.
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Anonymous on Tuesday, March 04, 2014 2:23 PM
Many parents, and some early childhood educators don't understand the importance of music in their children's lives. I have taught children between the ages of 3-5 to read music and learn to play an instrument I(mostly hand bells or xylophone). I send children to kindergarten from my preschool that already have pre-reading skills and, through music, have learned most of their academics needed for kindergarten. Also, when children have early childhood music classes they are ready for private music lessons at age 5. It is so unfortunate the government is starting to take music out of schools.

cyndi long on Tuesday, March 04, 2014 2:37 PM
thank you reception entertainment for your comment
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