Feed Your Head: Singing

27 Sep

Fine Arts Project!

Educational research reveals that the best start for developing the infant’s brain is to sing songs. Singing can help elevate their powers of understanding, and they will be more likely to show astounding speed in learning math and languages.

 

Project: Sing to your babies! Sing with your babies! Teach your babies to sing along with you and make singing and song a regular part of your day every day.

 

Remember; don’t sing too loud or raucously. You still want to protect your baby’s head from damaging decibels that could do more harm than good. Sing gently and quietly while they are sleeping and even play soft music in their rooms while they are asleep. And skip taking your children to the rock concerts and arenas or any concert where the music is amplified and potentially damaging to the young (and older) ears alike. Let them grow to be old enough (and sane enough) to decide on their own how best to damage themselves!

One Response to “Feed Your Head: Singing”

  1. The Meandering Matriarch September 28, 2012 at 2:32 am #

    I can’t sing at all, and I think my son’s first words were “Don’t singm Mommy” Okay, I exaggerate, they weren’t his very first words… But I agree with your advice.

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