There has been a number of studies conducted over the years that have shown the benefits that playing an instrument can have on a child. For example, children who play an instrument are much more likely to be better at math and other subjects than those who do not. There are a number of reasons for this and it is all down to the skills that playing an instrument teaches us.
How Playing An Instrument Helps to Improve Various Skills
Learning to play an instrument can be rewarding and fun, but it can also be great for improving various skills. It has been proven that playing an instrument can improve the following:
The above are all important life skills that enable you to lead a happier and less stressful life. It’s exciting to see that learning a musical instrument is not only fun, but is beneficial to a child’s development. There are also studies showing that playing an instrument helps their brains develop more fully.
If you are attending the 2010 CHEA Convention in California, we will be exhibiting there and hope to meet many of you there. Look for ‘Jean Welles Worship Guitar.’ The show is in Pasadena this year. Information is at cheaofca.org. We’ll have a variety of nice guitars, plus a selection of our lessons. Hope to see you there!