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Singing To Your Infant

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The Importance Of Singing To Your Baby

Singing to your baby not only provides her with a sense of calm, but is also an excellent way to nurture the development of her growing brain. Singing nursery rhymes, children’s songs or even just about what you’re doing at the moment helps her de...

Why Should You Sing Lullabies To Your Baby?

Singing lullabies to your baby is a great way to bond. Whether you sing lullabies or pop songs, the sound of your voice will encourage her to drift off to sleep. The sound of your voice has the power to soothe and calm your baby right from the start.

Does Singing To Your Baby Really Work?

There's emerging evidence that music plays an important role in baby's development. Some even hypothesize that singing to your infant is your child's first language lesson and can prevent language problems later in life.

Singing To Children May Help Development Of Language Skills

Singing traditional lullabies and nursery rhymes to babies and infants before they learn to speak, is "an essential precursor to later educational success and emotional wellbeing", argues Sally Goddard Blythe, a consultant in neuro-developmental e...

Singing Keeps Infants Calm Longer Than Baby Talk

If you want a calm baby, don't just talk to them, sing to them. Researchers found that infants remained relaxed for twice as long when listening to a song – even it was unfamiliar - as they did when listening to speech.

10 Ways Babies Learn When We Sing To Them!

Here are the ways babies learn when parents sing to them. When you sing to your baby, they bond with you and your voice. Singing makes your voice the first and most important voice in your baby's life.

10 Fantastic Songs To Sing To Your Baby Of All Times

Read this article for the top 10 favorite songs to sing to babies of all times, with not just lullabies but also fun songs your little one might enjoy!

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