While many parents agree that enrolling children in sports is a good way to condition their children both physically and socially, an increasing amount of parents are realizing that enrolling their children in music classes brings many benefits to the children. A child may play a piano when they are sad, happy or lonely. It allows them to tap into a powerful way to communicate their emotion or just give them a relax mind. I would like to share with all my friends, the benefits of playing the piano. The piano is one of the most popular musical instruments.
It is an educational tool that can help accelerate a child’s development and help adults maintain and gain benefits in brain age. Playing the piano is fun and can benefit us in many ways. We get self-confidence, memory skills, concentration skills, focus, dexterity, eye and hand coordination and social skills from our practice. A child learns to read two lines of music, use both ears, arms, legs, feet and all ten fingers, with the brain giving each body part a different assignment to perform simultaneously.
No other activity allows a child to exercise all of these skills in such a constructive manner. There are many practical benefits related to studying the piano. Through piano study you are not only learning to play a musical instrument, but also expanding your mental capacity, improving coordination and motor skills, increasing self-esteem, gaining an appreciation of the arts, providing a greater emotional outlet and learning greater self discipline.
There is an increasing amount of scientific research showing the benefits of musical training to the human brain. Some researchers suggest that it can boost brain circuitry and increases certain mental functions. Recent research shows that children who study music, demonstrate better reading skills, a higher level of creativity and better grades in school. Some psychologists have observed children who could play piano were more self confident and had better self esteem.
Piano studies are an investment in a child’s future because it is something more than just learning how to appreciate music, it is development of a great skill which will last a lifetime. The study of Piano increases brain function by a considerable percentage. Students who study piano learn to think and use their brains differently than the average student who had no musical training. They learn to think logically and rationally with attention to details that other students may miss.