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Musical Quick Tips

Does your child whistle while he works? Here are four ways to help him further develop his musical intelligence:

  • Give him plenty of opportunities to sing or play musical instruments at home.

  • Listen to music together and discuss how the music makes him feel.

  • Watch a television show together and ask him to describe the kind of mood the musical score creates. Would the show be as powerful without the musical score?

  • Encourage him to pursue hobbies such as singing in the choir and playing musical instruments.

Source: The Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development's Professional Development Online

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