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Importance of Music in Education


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Importance of Music in Education

Whether you're a teacher or a parent, music is an important part of the education of any child you care about. Not everyone has musical talent, but everyone can learn to appreciate music. Introducing children to different kinds of music can be a great way to begin a less on on history or various cultures around the world. Music also has an effect on the same part of the brain that you use to do math problems, and may stimulate children's brains in a way that helps them learn math more efficiently. Finally, music is a great way to relax and unwind. Every child should have a chance to find out how music can improve their lives.

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