Helping Babies use Music to Learn (Photo)

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Helping Babies use Music to Learn (Photo)

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So much is happening inside a baby's brain when they hear and respond to music. Neuroscientists are starting to shed light on just how important the auditory and music processing networks are in a baby's brain, and how babies use music to learn about the world. It isn't just a fun and cute activity for babies, it is their first and most impactful window into the world from birth. If we think differently about sound and its role in helping babies move and learn to communicate, we could supercharge their brain fireworks.

Download this high resolution info graph to get some ideas on how to use music in your home, as you play and learn with children, as you teach young children or to add it to your parent information packs, newsletter or blog.

Join the Fireworks Project by downloading this resource. The Fireworks Project is a crowd funding project to assist in the creation of resources (videos, info graphs, information materials) on the benefits and new understandings of music education as found in neuroscientific research.

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