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MUSIC IN EARLY STIMULATION

By : Hellen Bonilla Cascante Katherine Trejos Chavarria 


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INTRODUCTION The rhythm is present in everything that surrounds us, from the breath to the beat of the heart, from the rocking of the waves to the song of the birds. Our musical nature accompanies us in the womb and already in the nest, studies are carried out on the importance of a precocious musical exhibition. When the child is a year and a half old, he is able to use his body to respond rhythmically to the music. After two years, his motor ability is more developed and he can give specific blows or swing following the music. From the age of three he is able to rhythmically accompany a song and to coordinate his body better and better.


IMPORTANCE

of music

IN EARLY STIMULATION Music trains concentration, perception and attention, as well as memory, logic and complex reasoning. It also helps to develop the orientation, the sense of rhythm and movement, all of this together with the corporal expression, which firmly reaches the rungs as the brain is mature to allow it. Apart from the sense of rhythm brings serenity, order and balance, helping to develop motor skills and promoting the formation of the nervous system.


AGE TO Â START

Being the first sense that develops, the ear is also the first that can be used to stimulate the baby, and from the womb. After four months of gestation, the baby can already listen; at two months of age he is able to pick up rhythms and with only half a year of life he manages to recognize melodies.


Activities to do Before being born. The ear is the sense that develops in the first place, hence the importance of speaking to them and putting music to them, using musical belts to carry out this task. Regardless of the tastes of the mother, experts recommend choosing quiet and relaxing melodies. The first months. During the first three months, it is advisable to put them instrumental and melodic, to remind him of the heartbeat of the mother and to help them relax. Better the short and slow melodies. In these first months, it is also highly recommended to sing them. As they get older. Introducing music in games or joining a music therapy group is a good way to strengthen ties with the baby.


HELLEN BONILLA-KATHERINE TREJOS  
HELLEN BONILLA-KATHERINE TREJOS  
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