music is a teacher on its own.

Research in music and child development has yielded the undeniable fact that participation in music instruction improves academic acheivment and more.

And then, just in case...  Convince your child not to quit playing an instrument

select any of the links below to learn more about the benefits of playing an instrument

 these are only a few of the benefits of learning to play an   instrument.
  • reduces stress

  • produces patience and perseverance

  • develops music appreciation 

  • cultivates creativity

  • uses almost every part of the brain

  • strengthens your immune system

  • increases time management skills

  • increases memory capability

Students in high-quality school music programs score higher on standardized tests compared to students in schools with deficient music education programs, regardless of the socioeconomic level of the school or school district.

Johnson, C. M.

music teaches life skills.

  • How to focus on the present and

        the future at the same time 

  • Self confidence

  • Self discipline

  • Patience

  • Communication and collaboration

  • Taking on responsibility

  • Stress management and coping

 

  • Thinking on the spot

  • Creativity

  • Problem solving

  • Perseverance

  • Time management

  • Seeing the big picture

 

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