Fact-finding

Umpteen number of opinions and suggestions can be found on internet on the effects and benefits of music in early childhood. We don’t want to dwell on it as we believe you are on our site and reading this as you already believe in the benefit of music and dance. However, we do want to emphasis that we do not see any harm documented anywhere on the use of music as a tool of learning. So why wait?

Musical lesson plans for a classroom do not require a fixed space or instruments. As long as teacher has an idea and a desire to sing, lesson can be executed. Our goal for V-Bopp is to make musical teaching fun and easy for teachers by providing detailed curriculum.

“To understand the status of music curriculum in Preschools, we conducted a small survey and here’s our finding.”

To explore the benefits of music in early childhood and why it should be made part of the curriculum, we asked and searched around. Here are some feedbacks we got on the topic.

Dr. Swati Popat Vats
President
Podar Education Network
Early Childhood Association
Association for Primary Education and Research

I have always based my curriculum planning on brain research and its impact on early years education. If we want children to benefit from anything that they are exposed to, then we must first scrutinize its impact on the brain development of the child- is it brain friendly or brain antagonistic.

I have always based my curriculum planning on brain research and its impact on early years education. If we want children to benefit from anything that they are exposed to, then we must first scrutinize its impact on the brain development of the child- is it brain friendly or brain antagonistic.

Children learn many new things, like sounds, words and patterns through music. And with dance, they explore and learn to control their body movements, impulse control and self-regulation are the benefits too. Both music and dance are activities that are great for development and stimulate connections in the growing brain