Do you play music for your children? Is it different while they rest, or play, or read?
I personally believe that music opens up the creative mind of children. Some music is great when they read. Other types of music is good while they run around and have fun.
I am certain that you will be surprised if you play different types of music for children, and ask them to paint what they hear.
Yes I play music for my daughter - it changes depending on time of day and what we are doing. Classical for relaxation and great rock and roll for energizing.
We also looked at understanding the frequency of music:
440 Mhz is the norm now..... introduced by Nazi Germany
433 Mhz is a universal number (as in frequency of the Universe) and should always hold precedent over 440 Mhz. 432 Mhz is far more beneficial to children and adults alike.
Please research this to make sure I am correct.
My children are grown now, but I played music for them throughout their childhoods. They both love music and they are very creative. They both write music and love to perform their original work.
Yes, I usually play lullabies on my mandolin and sing to my daughter at bedtime. This relaxes her so she can fall asleep, and stay asleep.
Sometimes I play my Native American flute for our hamster, who likes it and comes out to say "hi" when I play. My daughter enjoys both the music and the effect the music has on our hamster.
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