Why Learn A Musical Instrument?
Music does more than just make sounds, it changes the way we think and act. For example, the skills your child will learn in music will help them be more successful in their classroom. Take a look at these other benefits obtained from learning a musical instrument:
Music provides a creative outlet and a break from the routine and rigor of the day. Students in music, for example, are among the highest academic performers and still report less stress and tension than their non-musical counterparts.
Participating in musical groups promotes self confidence, team work, social skills, social networking, a sense of belonging, self-discipline, a sense of accomplishment, cooperation, responsibility, commitment, mutual support, and friendships.
Research has found that learning music facilitates learning other subjects and enhances skills that children inevitably use in other areas including language development, spatial-temporal skills, pattern recognition, critical thinking, and so much more.
Through music, anyone can become a better person, as they develop self-discipline, confidence, commitment, responsibility, good decision making, and personal pride. They are able to do this with the support of peers in a safe and risk-free environment.
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