From “Let It Go” to “Can’t Stop The Feeling,” The Mom Juice has you covered with kids’ songs, no matter the mood. We love having a go-to playlist of kids’ songs when we need to change things up. Whether you want to calm everyone down or spice things up, we hope you and your kids will love these songs as much as we do!
Speech and language pathologists often emphasize music in therapy as a natural way to increase listening skills with infants, toddlers and preschoolers. This article explores why, and provides parents with a few activities they can try at home.
Recently, scientists confirm what teachers have suspected for years: music not only nourishes the soul, but it also shapes growing minds.
We all want our children to do well and to be as smart and as successful as they can be. There are always new methods being discovered that reveal how parents can encourage mental growth in their children. Teaching children a musical instrument is one of the most fascinating ways we can help our children develop.
I’m a mother of two who was planning on being a librarian until my career took a U-turn into the music world twelve years ago. I made a fundraiser CD for my son’s preschool called Fascinating Creatures, a collection of indie-folk songs for kids and their grown-ups.
Creativity seems to be prized when kids are very little, but somehow not so much when they grow into middle schoolers and beyond, where the focus shifts to testing and achieving academic success. The irony is that creativity has been proven to bolster academic success and enhance many other areas of life as well!
If you wish your child to develop further interest in music as an adult, you need to instill a love for music at an early age. Here are some tips to do this at home. Listen Just listen! As much as possible! Make listening to music a daily activity at any age. Have music play […]