Wellness - Growth | 0-2 yrs

How Music Helps In A Baby's Development

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We all love to listen to and play music. But, do you know it can help your baby develop?

Yes, music has been proven to contribute to a baby’s physical and psychological development. Listening to music increases their language and literary abilities, fine motor skills, and benefits them in many other ways.

There are several ways to introduce children to music. For infants and toddlers, parents can buy musical toys. As far as pre-schoolers are concerned, they can be introduced to nursery rhymes sung to a tune.

Go through this ClipBook to know more ways about how music impacts babies.

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