Kindergarten children naturally love to sing! It is one of the many ways they learn. Music and singing should be a part of any good quality Pre School or Kindergarten program. Children instinctively like to hum, sing, make up songs, make sounds and experiment with rhyme and language and therefore we should use this to an advantage and bring learning to children through song. Singing is often one of the ways we bond with our children from a very early age-from the soothing lullaby to nursery rhymes or fun educational songs as they get older.
What are the benefits of singing at Kindergarten?
Singing is a wonderful activity that presents many benefits to the Kindergarten or Pre School aged child. Early childhood teachers have long known that singing is one of the most effective ways for children to learn. A program rich in music and singing experiences will almost certainly be a place where children are enjoying their learning in a fun and relevant way.
Christine S has been a Pre School teacher for 28 years and is passionate about early childhood education.
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