You don’t have to be a musician to make music with your baby! Sharing music with your child is an important part of his or her development – both in-utero and once baby arrives. Starting a musical tradition with your child is a great way to jump start learning, promote bonding, and build communication from day one.
Ready to learn more? Join us for Read to the Bump on Saturday, January 26 at 11 AM at Schimelpfenig Library. The Plano Symphony Orchestra will share easy-to-use musical strategies to promote bonding, communication, and overall health for your newest family member. You can also participate in a read-aloud to your baby bump, learn and sing favorite rhymes, and talk with new friends about your experiences. We’re here to share great tips on how to read, write, sing, talk, and play with your newest family member.
For more information about music and your baby, and even some Plano Library resources, check out our Learning with Lullabies blog post. Or, check out these great articles (or find more with Ebsco Discovery Service):Rock-a-Bye Baby: Put a Bit More Lull in Your Lullaby and See How Much by Tiffany Drake, originally published in Mother & Baby
Rock-a-bye Baby: Put a Bit More Lull in Your Lullaby and See How Much by Tiffany Drake, originally published in Mother & Baby
How to Encourage a Love of Music by Lori Miller Kase, originally published in Parents
Mozart in the Crib? How Music Fosters Learning in the Infant Brain by Charles Paccione, originally published in Brain World