Music is a universal language that can be shared across generations. Children are exposed to music from a very young age through soft bedtime lullabies and silly sing-alongs with Bert and Ernie. Music sparks their imaginations and aids their growth in ways that nothing else can and is crucial to their development. When music is playing, kids are dancing. That helps their growing bodies connect with their curious minds while improving their motor skills. Not to mention, it makes them feel happy!
We’ve put together a list of instruments suitable for kids to play. Some are for very young children while others require more advanced fine motor skills, but no matter what age or instrument, music will bring the room to life and fill it with warmth and sound.
Sharing music with your children helps them to bond to you, lets their creativity sparkle, and gets their wee bodies up and moving. There are so many benefits to something that is already so pleasurable, so it’s a win-win! Whether you start with one instrument or jump right in with enough to form your own family band, the memories you will make together will put a song in your heart.
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