Once a song is familiar, as adults we can let the child take the lead, or we can pause before a word or new verse so that the children are encouraged to access their memory rather than simply imitating. Encourage creativity! Making music supports the brain in ways that simply listening to music can’t.
Once a song is familiar, as adults we can let the child take the lead, or we can pause before a word or new verse so that the children are encouraged to access their memory rather than simply imitating. Encourage creativity! Making music supports the brain in ways that simply listening to music can’t. DragonImages Getty Images
Once a song is familiar, as adults we can let the child take the lead, or we can pause before a word or new verse so that the children are encouraged to access their memory rather than simply imitating. Encourage creativity! Making music supports the brain in ways that simply listening to music can’t. DragonImages Getty Images

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