How do Songs, Rhythms and Rhyme Support Early Development?

A study published in Frontiers in Psychology found that musical training can enhance young children's reading skills and executive functioning. The study participants were 6-year-olds who had never received any formal music lessons. After eight months of regular music classes, the children showed significant improvements in their reading ability and executive function compared to a control group of children who did not receive musical training.

"Songs, rhythms and rhyme can profoundly affect early development. They can provide a fun and stimulating way to interact with your child and support their cognitive, linguistic and emotional development," says mum, linguist, and writer Olivia Jones of Author Flair.

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How do Songs, Rhythms and Rhyme Support Early Development?

A study published in Frontiers in Psychology found that musical training can enhance young children's reading skills and executive functioning. The study participants were 6-year-olds who had never received any formal music lessons. After eight months of regular music classes, the children showed significant improvements in their reading ability and executive function compared to a control group of children who did not receive musical training.

"Songs, rhythms and rhyme can profoundly affect early development. They can provide a fun and stimulating way to interact with your child and support their cognitive, linguistic and emotional development," says mum, linguist, and writer Olivia Jones of Author Flair.

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How do Songs, Rhythms and Rhyme Support Early Development?

A study published in Frontiers in Psychology found that musical training can enhance young children's reading skills and executive functioning. The study participants were 6-year-olds who had never received any formal music lessons. After eight months of regular music classes, the children showed significant improvements in their reading ability and executive function compared to a control group of children who did not receive musical training.

"Songs, rhythms and rhyme can profoundly affect early development. They can provide a fun and stimulating way to interact with your child and support their cognitive, linguistic and emotional development," says mum, linguist, and writer Olivia Jones of Author Flair.

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