Enjoying Kindermusik with Little Inspirations

Helpful Links

BabyCenter.comPediatrician David Geller talks about the age that children are ready for music lessons, and even mentions Kindermusik
Economist.comRecent article supporting music and its benefits
ScientificAmerican.comNew research explores how - and why - music affects our brains
DivineCaroline.comArticle explores why music makes us happy
Menc.orgResources on music education from MENC (National Association for Music Education)
Quotes & The ArtsA collection of quotes from business leaders about the importance of the arts for a well-balanced life
SupportMusic.orgIncludes a practical guide for how to get involved with supporting music
SupportMusic.org Movie"Support music" video by NAMM
Improve Language SkillsNew research at Northwestern University shows that children who study music for several years also improve their language skills.

Videos - Why Kindermusik?

Kindermusik parents explain the educational, musical and bonding benefits of enrolling their children in class, including the social-emotional, cognitive and intellectual benefits.

    To bring the music home:
    For the social skills:
    For the one-on-one time:
    For the musical experiences:
    To motivate creativity:
    For the love of music:
    Because my child loves it:
    For the music!
    To expand the love of music:
    For the emotional and intellectual benefits:
    To bring my family together:
    For the bonding:
    To see my child blossom:
    The whole family loves it:
    For the memories:
    For the time together:
    For the creative benefits:
    For the musical foundation:
    For the educational benefits:
    One momís story:
    One Kindermusik family:
    For siblings to play together!