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Benefits of music learning for children

Your little neighbor is a violin genius. Well, not really a genius, but he's learning. Anyway, he's doing his best. He's practicing his scales on that ungrateful beginner's instrument, the violin. He's just a child and the violin doesn't forgive any mistakes. It's horrible and your ears are bleeding.

And yet, I'm sorry to have to tell you, but it's advisable to let him play. Or at least ask your neighbors to soundproof their living room, as music has benefits for the development of our little ones. Let's talk about it!

My little cherub is a polyglot

The first of the benefits of learning music: it can help children improve their language skills. No, you're not dreaming. Children who learn to play an instrument or sing tend to have a wider vocabulary, a better understanding of grammar, and better pronunciation.

My offspring is skillful

Learning to play an instrument also improves a child's coordination and fine motor skills. Playing an instrument requires precise coordination between the hands, arms, and fingers, which can strengthen muscles and motor skills. And if you've ever seen a child play the drums, you know their coordination is simply incredible!

My heir is an artist

Learning music helps develop creativity and imagination, especially in children. Children exposed to music tend to be more creative and have greater improvisational skills.

My progeny simply is the best

The fourth benefit of learning music for children is that it improves self-confidence and self-esteem. When a child learns to play an instrument or sing a song, it can be a source of pride and accomplishment. They can be proud of their skills, which reinforces their self-confidence.

And finally, my offshoots is hyper-focused

Learning music can also help improve children's concentration and memory, as playing an instrument or singing a song requires great concentration and good memory. This helps strengthen the child's cognitive functions and improves their ability to focus on long-term tasks.

In short, encourage your little darlings to take an interest in music! Coordination, creativity, self-confidence, and concentration... what more could you want for your child? Who knows, they could be the next music star - or at least be able to play "Mary had a little lamb" on the ukulele!"



  1. "The Benefits of Music Education" - National Association for Music Education (NAfME) -

  2. "The Power of Music: How it Can Benefit Health" - Harvard Health Publishing -

  3. "How Music Can Improve Your Child's Development" - Parenting Science -

  4. "Benefits of Learning a Musical Instrument" - Johns Hopkins Medicine -

  5. "The Importance of Music in Early Childhood Development" - NAEYC -


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