Hokey Pokey

It definitely has an emotional impact. Think of a song or a musical piece that always arouses strong emotions to listen it. Almost everyone is shocked by the power of music on our moods. Music has the ability to comfort and soothe children. Children often sing themselves to calm down. You can use music to calm to your baby, or helping your child begins to walk to relax for NAP time. If your preschool child has sleep in the morning, or if you are sad, can sing or upbeat music that makes you want to jump and move. Music and physical development does not you can dance without music, isn’t it? Well, Yes, you can, but music makes it much more fun.

The music and movement of course correspond. Children respond to music more naturally by move and be active. It helps them learn about rhythm, coordination, and guidance. You can use music to encourage children to walk and jump, or do any kind of physical activity. In addition to being fun for children, the Hokey Pokey dance, the country line dance (line dance), figures dancing style square dancing, and everyone dances to groups help children to learn the names of the parts of the body (to move your right foot, lift your hands), orientation (rotating body, moving from right to left, or forward and backward), or models of rhythm (following the rhythmPaw with your fingers). Music and cognitive development children who begin to walk and the preschool aged love nursery rhymes and children’s songs. They not only enjoy them but learn about numbers, letters, and sounds (the song of the alphabet, etc.) As children’s brains develop more quickly when they are very small, with 80 percent of the development occurring before age 3, and 90 percent before age 5, music helps with making connections in the brain. Although a controversy about exactly how much there is music affects the brain capacity of children, you know that there is a link between the music used and improve skills in math, memory, and reading.

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