Wellness - Mental Health | 6-12 yrs

How Music Aids Children's Mental Health

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Is your child interested in learning to play the guitar? Does he have a passion for the piano? Well, as a parent, you should only offer encouragement.

Turns out that learning a musical instrument can benefit your child in more ways than one. Music affects a child development in many ways such as social, emotional, intellectual, motor, language and overall literacy.

Know more by going through the pages of this ClipBook.


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