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Why You Should Teach your Child to Play Piano

There are various benefits of playing a piano. Playing the piano has proved that it improves the development of the brain. This might because of the concentration needed when playing it. You need to focus and come up with the correct sounds to make music. Studies show that children who have played piano do well in math problems that involve fractions and ratios.

Piano playing also enables children to be more organized. This is because of the use of the hands to play it. The pressing of key boards and using the pedals requires that a child learn how to coordinate his hands and legs without overusing one. A piano cannot be played with one hand. You will have to use both hands to produce sound that makes sense. The various keys are to be pressed simultaneously, each at their own time. This will keep the child on toes.

It also improves their concentration skills. Being able to understand music and interpret with keys is quite a tricky task. You have to pay attention and understand which notes are supposed to be used and which ones are not. It also improves the memory of the child because you cannot afford to skip key notes. Training your brain to remember things is the easiest way of maintaining your memory in future. Children also become more creative and they can start making their own tunes. They also become innovative since they are free to try out different tasks on the piano.

Piano lessons will also make your child gain a lot of confidence and high self-esteem. The learning of the piano itself will make children realize that good things do not come easy and a lot of hard work is needed to produce any substantial results. They will therefore learn to be stronger and determined even when facing other situations in life.

Many parents are always in a fix when their children cannot involve themselves in constructive activities after school. Children will most probably play video games or watch TV. Teaching your child how to play a piano, is a good way of incorporating a good hobby.

Learning a piano can also will make him want to show other people the fruits of his hard work. He will be courageous and confident enough to play the piano for large masses of people. This builds his self-esteem when people appreciate his effort.

Apart from the fact that he learns to appreciate his skills, he will also be able to appreciate others peoples’ work. There are many pianists trying to make a living out of classic music but only a few people really appreciate them.

It would also be a great idea if your child could take up a career in music too. It is a cheap way of being independent. If the child has been learning the piano since he was young then finding something to do as either as a part time job or full time, will boost earnings.

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