Playing the piano in early childhood expands the mind, altering the anatomy of the brain.
Many students show that learning the piano in early childhood sets a child up for academic success.
Improve School Performance - Children who play an instrument score higher on standard and spatial development tests.
Stay focused - Reading music that translates into successive hand movements on the keyboard takes focus.
Increase Coordination - Both hands work independently, increasing eye-hand coordination and fine motor skills necessary for writing.
Raise Self Esteem - The piano is one of the easier beginner instruments but it takes work and dedication leaving the student feeling proud of their achievements.
Patience - Playing requires time and practice which helps children to approach tasks with confidence.
Enhance Learning - Students learn how to follow directions and translate writing into music.
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