Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Nursery rhymes make learning fun!
In addition, baby music DVDs featuring nursery rhymes promote social skills. Dancing around to children’s songs obviously improves coordination and motor skills, but also helps children learn to appreciate and develop skills for rhyme and rhythm. In turn, their memory skills improve and they learn to identify things around them and their surroundings.
The effect of baby music CDs has been studied in much child development research. It’s been found that that when children show difficulties recognizing words that rhyme, they may go on to suffer problems learning to read. Including nursery rhymes in early childhood play and learning can lead to better reading skills and avoiding obstacles with learning and comprehension. Plus, learning to listen helps kids develop an affinity for books.
Our baby music CDs help children learn to explore their imagination and associate words with certain pictures. Dancing, reading and acting out nursery rhymes with your children teaches them that words can be used to convey thoughts and express emotions. Whether they are listening to a CD or watching a baby DVD, children learn to identify and understand different things. Both parents and children will have fun working with our products with classic nursery rhymes as they learn to appreciate and understand the humor that many of these rhymes contain.
Nursery rhymes and children's songs are wonderful traditions to be shared with our children. Our Favorite Nursery Rhymes DVD combines playful music and delightful images to catch your child’s attention. Animation and live action combined with classic nursery rhymes will get your children moving! Favorite Nursery Rhymes features familiar classics like Old McDonald’s Farm; Row, Row, Row Your Boat; Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star, along with Baby Genius originals and more. Our Favorite Toddler Tunes 2 CD package introduces toddlers to a playful world of children's music with 40 lively songs that teach them numbers, the ABCs and favorite nursery rhymes.