We are a Nursery (Little Feet Early Learning Center, near Jebel Ali/Discovery Garden) which offers children the opportunity to learn through play, have fun and explore the world around them.
Singing can support children’s toddlers/preschoolers/nursery Children learning and emotional development. One way or another, children toddlers/preschoolers/nursery Children are exposed to and involved with singing from their earliest years. Whether it’s a parent singing them to sleep, or the opening theme song from their favourite TV programme, singing plays an important part in a child’s toddlers/preschoolers/nursery Children development.
Singing encourages a child toddlers/preschoolers/nursery Children to express their emotions and sharpens their ability to communicate while exercising lip and tongue movement. But one of the biggest benefits of singing is the repeated use of the ‘memory muscle’.
The majority of children toddlers/preschoolers/nursery Children learn the alphabet not by simply saying the letters but singing them.
As children toddlers/preschoolers/nursery Children get older the power of singing in their lives can still be extremely beneficial.. It can be used as a creative and fun way to increase enjoyment and achievement in subject areas where children normally struggle.“Many children toddlers/preschoolers/nursery Children do not think of singing as ‘work’ and willingly participate in sessions,” he says, “Singing can be used as a tool to increase enjoyment and participation in a number of different subjects. A skilled singing tutor can cover subjects as diverse as English, numeracy, science, languages, and culture to name but a few.”
Learning to work together in a group or choir can give children toddlers/preschoolers/nursery Children a sense of collectiveness and can help children make friends.
Use singing resources, such as books and CDs with activities, to make children toddlers/preschoolers/nursery Children associate singing with fun games
Look out for singing classes or encourage your child to participate in the school choir and other singing groups in your area
Try singing a bedtime story and encourage them to join in with you
Make up songs to help children toddlers/preschoolers/nursery Children learn spellings they find difficult to remember
Encourage children toddlers/preschoolers/nursery Children to sing around the house or sing along to the radio in the car on the way to school