Using music to teach music
It has been well documented that we recall information better when it is set to melody. (How did we all learn our ABC’s?) It seems obvious that if music is used to teach other subjects, we might as well use it to teach music! Let’s Play Music contains over 25 original songs and games specifically designed to teach musical concepts. We learn staff relationships, intervals, key signatures, chord inversions and much more all in song lyrics!
Full Body Movement
Children learn best by just doing. Lessons are structured with minimal talking and explaining which leaves plenty of time for playing, dancing and singing! Research has shown that the more physically involved a child is in the learning process, the more he/she will internalize the concept. That’s why we involve as much of the body as possible. i.e., the voice, the eyes, the ears, the hands, and even the full body.
Children are much more likely to enjoy the setting when there are other children around. The synergy of a Let’s Play Music class naturally encourages children to participate and to excel.
Further Benefits for Your Child
Researchers, teachers and parents are discovering that music education promotes:
• Excellence in math
• Increased ability to read
• Enhanced brain functioning
• Decreased learning and discipline problems
• Better social skills
• Superior communication skills
Frequently Asked Questions
Click here to view the Let’s Play Music FAQ