Hokey Pokey

The music gives you an easy way to interact with their children. When a baby is listening to you sing, you connect with him and he with them. Whatever the song, only to sing. That makes a big difference. Music and Emotional Development We associate music with our earliest memories, and experiences for our lives. It definitely has an emotional impact.

Think of a song or a piece of music that arouses strong emotions whenever the listen. Almost everyone is touched by the power of music on our moods. The music is to comfort and calm children. Children are often sung to calm themselves. You can use music to soothe your baby, or help your child begins to walk to relax and nap time.

If your preschooler is tired in the morning, or if you are sad, they can sing or make happy music that makes you want to jump and move. Music and Physical Development can not dance without music, is not it? Well, yes, you can, but the music makes it much more fun. The music and movement naturally correspond. Children respond to music more naturally to move and be active. It helps them learn about rhythm, coordination, and guidance. You can use music to encourage children to walk and jump, or do any physical activity. Besides being fun for children, dance "Hokey Pokey", line dancing country (line dance), dance style square dancing figures, and all the dances for groups they help children learn the names of body parts (to move the right foot, raise your hands), orientation (turning the body, moving from right to left, or forward and backward), or models of rhythm (in rhythm, drumming his fingers).