- safe, high quality materials
- tested several times
- develop creativity
- build movement coordination
- are helpful in teaching group work
Spontaneous music-making develops creative potential in children, improves their movement coordination and auditory memory.
Music shapes several elements of vital importance for children’s development such as creative imagination, divisibility of attention and cognitive skills. It develops independent thinking, decision-making abilities and builds communication skills, which are particularly visible during fun and games with peers. Playing instruments together and music-making in a group creates bonds with other children, as well as teaching teamwork and interaction to achieve a set goal. These early experiences pay off later at school and in adult life.