The importance of children's songs for children's learning
A song is a literary composition, usually in verse, which is put to music to be sung. We started to listen to the first children's songs at home, then at the nursery school, then at school and they always accompany us throughout our lives. Can you imagine a life without music and songs? It would be
A song is a literary composition, usually in verse, which is put to music to be sung. We started to listen to the first children's songs at home, then at the nursery school, then at school and they always accompany us throughout our lives.
Can you imagine a life without music and songs? It would be very boring. But, qué what role do children's songs play in children's learning? Benefits of children's songs in children's learning
1. Who does not remember a song from their childhood? Surely we all have some in memory and, is that music and rhyme, are a perfect combination to be retained in our head. In children's songs, the lyrics are usually very simple and with refrains which makes them very attractive for children, it is when they begin to know how to distinguish the sounds and the meaning of the words.
"Aserrín aserrán", "Los cinco lobitos", "Passing the boat", "I have a gray horse", "The doll dressed in blue", "I have a milk cow", "Cucú sang the frog", "Caracol , col, col ", are songs that we have all sung once when we were little and that will always be in our memory. 2. With children's songschildren learn by playing
and, in addition, they have a calming and well-being effect that we have all checked at some time.
Children's songs promote children's learning because when children sing they are expressing, communicating, they are increasing their capacity for concentration and memory, they learn and enrich their vocabulary by improving their language, that is, they are promoting their intellectual development because, like all we know, when they are small they are like a sponge and absorb things and react to stimuli with ease. Además 3. In addition, children's songs to be rhythmic and melodious help children to coordinate and control the movements of their body , that is, to develop their body expression and be more aware of the space that surrounds them and, all together, makes it a good ally for learning.
4. Another benefit of children's songs for children's learning is that they make
children relate to each other and, in addition, adults give us the opportunity to spend endearing and very fun moments with our children, Do not you think?To finish I leave you a phrase of Plato (427-347 BC) Greek philosopher: "Music is for the soul what gymnastics for the body"