Singing Songs To Children Could Prepare Them For Language Skills

A new book published in June 2011 by Sally Goddard Blythe called ‘The Genius of Natural Childhood’ claims that parents who sing to their child can prepare their brains¬†for language.

“Song is a special type of speech. Lullabies, songs and rhymes of every culture carry the ‘signature’ melodies and inflections of a mother tongue, preparing a child’s ear, voice and brain for language.”

By singing to the child and then later together with the child, Blythe says that this will develop both sides of their brain leading to an increase in their emotional and developmental skills.

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