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Sunday, October 2, 2011

Learning Through Rhythm

Right from the start, your baby's brain is wired to scan her world for patterns. Even in utero, babies can distinguish and respond to different phonemes (vowel and consonant sounds) and can tell the difference between one language and another!
Rhythmic activity provides recognizable, predictable and patterned info for your baby to process, as we do in activities like 1,2, Tie My Shoe and Boom-pa-pa.

Steady beat activities also stimulate the frontal lobe of the brain, which is responsible for language development., and helps in sports activities, like learning to bounce a ball. And who would guess that steady beat experiences would aid in cutting with scissors!

So stick in the Do-si-Do CD, and keep up that drumming, rhyming and dancing at home!

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