This cutie pie’s name is Maddie and she loves a good beat. While in the car with her aunt, she listens to Bruno Mars’s “Uptown Funk.” She patiently waits for the beat to drop… and then just goes for it with her adorable moves. Maddie is so young, but the way she feels the music is impressive. I also like the “child-proof” version of the song that is playing. Please enjoy this sweet little angel, and don’t forget to click LIKE and SHARE.
Music can impact child’s development, improve social skills, and benefit kids of all ages.
A 2016 study at the University of Southern California’s Brain and Creativity Institute found that musical experiences in childhood can actually accelerate brain development, particularly in the areas of language acquisition and reading skills. It helps the body and the mind work together. Letting children listen to music during early stages of their development helps them learn the sounds and meanings of words. Dancing and singing to music helps kids build motor skills while allowing them to express themselves. For children as well as adults, music helps improve memory skills.
Babies and infants recognize the melody long before they understand the words. Quiet music is soothing for infants. It can calm a baby even if he is still in the womb. Loud music stimulates kids, often making them move, dance, clap, or mimic the sound. Silly songs make them laugh. Every activity is more fun when accompanied by music or singing. You can turn anything your child dislikes into a fun experience with help of music. Make learning fun for your kid. Alphabet, days of the week, months, math – pretty much anything is easier to be learnt if memorized as a song. According to the National Association of Music Merchants Foundation (NAMM Foundation), learning to play an instrument can even improve mathematical learning. And besides all of the above music provides us with joy.