The Benefits of Music

The research about music and children’s development is truly stunning. More and more, the eyes of the research community turn to music as a vehicle to deliver a learning experience to children. The bottom line: early, positive, and age-appropriate experiences with music—like a Kindermusik program—can have a remarkable and research-proven impact on your child’s:
  • language and literacy skills (vocabulary, comprehension, listening, expression)                                                                                    
  • social and emotional development
  • mathematics and pattern-recognition skills
  • ability to plan, guide, and self-regulate their behavior

Music & Literacy

According to experts, learning to read depends on acquiring a variety of skills including phonological processing, oral language, and comprehension. The early musical experiences your child gets in Kindermusik can have a significant impact in all these areas.


Music & Math

There is no longer any doubt about a significant link between early music instruction and cognitive growth in areas such as math, memory, and spatial-temporal reasoning. It’s even been proven that these cognitive gains increase according to the number of years the student engages in active music learning.


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Music & Social-Emotional Development

Involvement in music and movement activities from an early age helps children develop good social and emotional skills. Social and emotional development has also been linked to school-readiness and even higher academic testing scores.