Piano, Singing, and Violin for Preschoolers
Ready to start piano lessons for your preschooler? Are you ready to give your preschooler a head start in life?
Preschoolers can learn piano and violin ! Students at an early age can already reap the benefits of quality music education. In this course, young students are introduced to the basic building blocks of music through performing, singing, clapping, listening, and movement. The lessons navigate through an exciting voyage in piano and violin exploration, fun music games, note recognition, and rhythm activities. The lesson activities contribute to an enjoyable and engaging learning atmosphere for the young student.
Benefits of Piano Lessons for Preschoolers
Higher scores in math and science
According to a study by Dr. Frances Rausher and Gordon Shaw (a psychologist from the Univeristy of Wisconsin at Oshkosh and a physicist at the University of California at Irvine, respectively) tested preschoolers who received piano instruction. They found that preschoolers who received piano lessons scored 34% higher than their nonmusical counterparts in tests measuring spatial-temporal reasoning, which is the brain function used to understand math, science, and engineering.
Higher IQ scores
A University of California at Irvine study showed that after eight months of music lessons, preschoolers showed a 46% boost in their spatial reasoning IQ
Rausher, Shaw, Levine, Ky, and Wright, "Music and Spatial Task Performance: A Causal Relationship," University of California, Irvine, 1994