Three Little Monkeys Ages 1-6! SNAP!

                Three little Monkeys Swinging From a Tree

Three little monkeys swinging from a tree, teasing Mr. Alligator, Can’t catch me!

Along comes Mr. Alligator Quiet as can be

Two little monkeys, Swinging from a tree, teasing Mr. Alligator Can’t catch me!

Along comes Mr. Alligator Quiet as can be

One little monkey, Swinging from a tree, teasing Mr. Alligator Can’t catch me!

Along comes Mr. Alligator Quiet as can be
Ha-Ha you didn’t catch me!

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Music and Early childhood education:

Music within early childhood education is not simply a means of bringing some fun and positive atmosphere to a child’s learning, but also to the classroom. Rather, it has a significant impact on a child’s learning processes. The University of South California, conducted a study in 2016,  the presence of music and varied experiences with music in early childhood education can have a positive impact on the speed of brain development.

The importance of Music in early childhood education:

Early music education will develop the areas of the brain related to language and reasoning. The left side of the brain is better developed with music, and songs can help imprint information on young minds. Learning and performing music involves a student continually using their memory and strengthening this skill. Memorization is an important skill in all areas of education. A perfect example of music and memory working together is how many students learned their ABC’s by singing them. Students who practice with musical instruments can improve their hand-eye coordination. Much like children who play sports, those who play music develop and strengthen their motor skills also.

Music and Brain development

Children learning music can be more emotionally developed and capable of empathy towards others. They also tend to be better at handling anxiety and have higher self-esteem. Artistic education develops the whole brain as well as a child’s imagination. Introducing music in the early childhood years can help develop a positive attitude toward learning and curiosity. Teaching music and the arts to children can encourage creative thinking. This type of education can help them solve problems by thinking outside the box and realizing there could be more than one right answer.

Music and a child’s development:

Musical education can greatly contribute to children’s intellectual development. Music can shape abilities and character that a child will carry throughout their life, allowing them to succeed in whatever they pursue.

Preserving Music in our schools:

Given all the benefits of music in early childhood education and beyond, it’s a shame we always seem to be struggling to keep music education in our schools.

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