Helping your child choose a musical instrument

  • Updated: April 5, 2013 - 1:58 PM

Learning to play a musical instrument is a wonderful gift to give children. Not only does it promote their brain development, it also demands the habit of regular practice to see improvement, helps children learn patience, builds physical coordination, helps them to listen, builds their attention for detail and provides a creative outlet — to name just a few benefits. Even better, children don’t have to be prodigies to experience the advantages — participating with music is enough.

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