To explore one’s intelligence, one must reserve a special place for Music and Art.
We believe in music and art are for all ages, and it is important that both should begin with developing the young children. Learning to create and appreciate visual aesthetics may be more important than ever to the development of the next generation of children as they grow up.
Music and art education enhances a child’s comprehension abilities. Many children with special needs have been known to excel at music even though they are unable to communicate or participate in regular structured activities. In general, music and art enhances the lives of many children as well as adults.
Informal activities with music should start as early as possible after birth, followed by more systematic classes around age three, and lessons with the goal of learning the instrument should start at six. Musical experience at an early age is extremely important in a child’s developmental process. Like riding a bike or learning a language, these skills can be learned later in life, but they will never be “natural” in the way that is so important for fluid musical performance.
Overall, children should learn to love music and art at the very young age before they start to attend more technical based classes in future. This is to minimise half way give up during the learning process of technical based classes which might feel boring and routine from time to time. It can be avoided by creating patience, passion and persistence as soon as they born. Music and art appreciation will lay a good foundation along the way of growing in the coming future.