MusicKids supplies quality musical instruments for kids, and musical toys for toddler and baby. Everyday discount prices and qualified free shipping keep our products affordable for home, churches, and schools.
Kids love to make music - and - music makes learning fun! Although this is well known, my personal experience has repeatedly convinced me of that truth.
We know that the value of music education is measurable. So please, keep music alive in our schools, churches, social programs, and in our daily lives.
Want to learn some new things about the benefits of music education in our schools? Please watch this revealing video. [Used with permission from RBI,LLC and MusicFriends.org .]
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Searching for kids handbells for your church, pre-school, elementary school, or activity center?
Our selections include kids color coded handbells by KidsPlay™, handbell music, color cards, and other supplies for bell choir.
Need a wonderful and thoughtful gift for a younger family member? Choose from our selection of music toys for baby. For a toddler consider rhythm band sets to shake and rattle. Other fun musical instrument choices are a kids drum set, guitar, ukulele, or a melody harp.
So, please enjoy browsing our website.
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Young children with developed rhythm skills perform better in early school years.
Students who scored lower on the rhythmic test fell below academic expectation.
Did You Know that Playing Music Can Help Your Children Understand Math Better? Research shows piano students are better equipped to comprehend math and science.
Preschoolers tested received private piano and singing lessons or private computer lessons.
Testing for spatial-temporal ability followed. Those children who received piano training performed 34% higher on the tests.
[ Source: Neurological Research February 28, 1997. ] Reprinted with permission from The Foundation for Music Literacy. See articles, posts, and videos.