At MOZARTSY, it’s much more than just music and movement as there are plenty of fun activities and games that have been created to “musically” engage kids. Its all about kids parents and music time together. Our classes are uniquely conceptualised to expose children under six years to “real” musical instruments with help of LIVE Concerts in each class, giving them a lifelong love of music and a foundation for learning.
Our wonderful presenters and artists are highly experienced people in the field of music, who are not just extremely talented but are also friendly with kids and understand them just like you.
Music helps us to balance our logic and creativity and thus allows the child to absorb any other knowledge better. Through MOZARTSY, we want to introduce music at an early stage of a child’s development, which can help form a well-rounded personality.
Research has proven that music can have a positive impact on children’s learning, including language and literacy skills like vocabulary, comprehension, listening, expression, as well as on social and emotional development, mathematics and pattern-recognition skills, and even ability to plan, guide, and self-regulate behavior.
Can listening to music actually make smarter adults of the future? Recent data from the University of Texas indicated that those students who received an arts education that included music received higher SAT scores. Many studies have shown that music can benefit cognitive abilities, particularly spatial abilities, higher reasoning and motor skills, and higher achievements in language and math. And, there’s been a lot of media coverage in recent years about the Mozart Effect: the effect that passive listening to the music of certain classical composers has on a child’s intelligence.
There are many fun and inexpensive ways for parents to explore music with their children. Here are some interesting ideas you may want to try with your child: Sing with your child or let your child see you play the Piano or any other instrument that you play, involve your child. Make music with things around the house. How about making maracas out of plastic bottles: simply fill them with some dry beans and seal for a couple of instant shakers. Introduce your child to different types of music. Classical, Country, Rock, Rap, Jazz, Camp songs, or simply good old-fashioned children’s music.Buy a Harmonica, Recorder or Kazoo