Article by: Ann DeMartini (co-owner of Music Freqs)
Parents, you deserve a round of applause for providing music education for your child.
According to an extensive study by a German Socio-Economic Panel in 2013 “Music improves cognitive and non-cognitive skills more than twice as much as sports, theater or dance.” Furthermore, the study concluded that kids who take music lessons regularly “have better cognitive skills and school grades and are more conscientious, open and ambitious.”
Without going into too much detail, below are thirteen benefits of learning music concluded from the study:
Improved reading and verbal skills.
Improved mathematical and spatial-temporal reasoning.
Improved school grades.
Ability to learn languages faster.
Better listening skills which will be very helpful when you’re older.
Slowed effects of aging.
Strengthened motor cortex.
Improved working memory.
Improved long-term memory and visual stimuli.
A better ability to manage anxiety.
Enhanced self confidence and self esteem.
Music is good for the brain and there is no doubt about it!
If your kids don’t realize it now they are sure to thank you later!\
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