For young children, there is nothing more suitable for them than art education, and in the temple of art, music enlightenment and development is the best. Because 0-3 years old little guy is not fully developed, learning dance or painting may hurt the limbs and fingers of the bones, only music, contact the earlier the better.
Memo No.1 Let your baby listen to the beautiful sounds around you After your baby is born, it should be gradually guided to listen to the sounds and music around you: (1) listen to toys that can make pleasant sounds, or hang a wind chime in the room that can make clear and pleasant sounds; (2) Listen to the sound of cutting vegetables in the kitchen, listen to the sound of POTS and pans when they collide; (3) Listen to the sounds of nature, such as wind, thunderstorms, raindrops, and running water; The calls of various insects, birds and poultry; (4) Listen to various means of transportation, such as the rumble and roar of trains, the buzz of airplanes; The honking of cars, trains and ships; (5) Let the baby identify the voice of family members, such as dad, mom, grandpa, grandma, grandpa, grandma and neighbors; Identify the sounds of people expressing different emotions, such as happiness, anger, worry, etc. (6) Let the baby close his eyes and listen to three sounds, namely small bell, small drum and wooden fish, and then ask the baby to say the order of sound; (7) Sing different songs for the baby to listen to, give him the sound of different instruments, such as harmonica, flute, violin, piano, accordion, etc.; Listen to music or symphonies played on different instruments (for older babies).
Once your baby is sitting up, let him "play" a variety of "instruments" : (1) strike upturned buckets, POTS, pans, crockery, and other utensils that make pleasant sounds with small wooden sticks; (2) Fill a balloon with a few beans and blow it up. In this way, the baby gets a "musical instrument" that can make a rattling sound, and the balloon will amplify the sound. You can also put sand and small stones into a discarded cardboard box or opaque small bottle, let the baby shake, listen to what will make a sound; (3) Put a number of bottles containing different volumes of water, let the baby gently tap with a spoon, each bottle will emit a different pitch; (4) Rub things of different materials, such as cellophane, paper bags, plastic bags; Stretch the rubber band and let go, you can make a string sound; (5) When conditions are available, mommy can beat really different instruments, and then arrange the sounds of different instruments into a harmonious rhythm. If you first knock the timpani "knock knock" two times, then knock the triangle iron "ding", in this way, you can orderly arrange the "knock knock ding - knock knock ding... The rhythm of the music ". Regular training like this can enhance your baby's sense of rhythm.
Memo No.3 Do more games with a sense of rhythm (1) Use rattles and tambourines to play rhythmic sounds for the baby to listen to, and then let the baby hold it and beat it; (2) Let the baby ride on the mother's leg, while reading rhythmic nursery rhymes, while making the baby's body flutter up and down; (3) Do sawing and saw games with the baby, and sing while doing; Or recite children's songs rhythmically; (4) With two bamboo boards (can be replaced by building blocks), knock out the sound of different speed and length to indicate different actions. Let the baby listen, which sound is like a horse running? Which sounds like a big bear coming? (5) Let the baby do a variety of imitation movements, such as playing drums, blowing horns and learning to jump rabbits, birds fly.
Memo No.4 Playing music or singing lullabies anytime and anywhere (1) The baby's hearing is most acute before the age of 3, which is the best time to train the sense of sound. Therefore, from the baby was born, the mother every time after feeding, while gently patting the baby's back, or gently pushing the cradle, while humming a lullaby; (2) Mommy sings lullabies to the baby, or often plays some beautiful melodic world classics, such as Mozart, Chopin, Schubert, Brahms, Liszt and other great musicians' works.