Your child spends more time at home than any other place. This is especially true at preschool age, but even after kids begin school, home is still the predominant source of most experiences. It’s the parents’ responsibility to create the environment in the home, so it’s important that you include music in a meaningful way. Start by incorporating any of these simple steps into your daily routines.
Click here to find out more information about our group piano classes, violin classes and pre-k classes. We offer music lessons for home school families as well. Call or sign up today our next session starts in March and space is limited.
Music lessons spur emotional and behavioral growth in children, new study says.
By Amy Ellis Nutt January 7, 2015
Gisselle Bahena practices violin at the Richard Edwards Elementary School in Chicago on Dec. 12. (Charles Rex Arbogast/AP)
Parents who have patiently sat through countless music recitals and questioned their sanity at encouraging all those trumpet or violin lessons need do so no longer. Even ear-splitting dissonance has an upside.
Music training not only helps children develop fine motor skills, but aids emotional and behavioral maturation as well, according to a new study, one of the largest to investigate the effects of playing an instrument on brain development.
Such a wonderful recital this weekend so many students did such a great job preparing and performing. Great job to all of you!! Wonderful job performing on piano, voice, violin and drums. You all make music lessons so much fun!
Come to our Open House for Music Lessons,
Our open house provides a great opportunity for you to meet with the director and discuss the goals you have for your child taking music lessons. Open House is scheduled for 1/8/2016 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm please call and RSVP. Come in and find out more about available time slots and instruments offered for your child’s musical success.