Douglas Wood who created Little Einstein deserves credit for producing such a great concept of teaching little ones art and music. If your kids are watching the program which is aired on Disney Junior, I’m sure they have developed interests in arts and music.
Early exposure to the arts and music plays an important role in developing their visual and listening skills and motivates their self expression. This is why it’s important to expose our kids to arts and music at an early age.
When kids get involved in the arts and music, he is more likely to grow with a sharper brain. I guess that’s explain why artists and musically inclined kids excel in school. This is perhaps why many parents are spending money to take their kids into these trainings, which I think worth spending after all.
But not all parents can afford to send their kids to art or music school. An oil pastel might be expensive or a yamaha open hole student flute at musician’s friend might be a luxury to others. But don’t fret moms and dads, there are still ways to teach your kids arts and music within your pocket’s reach. You need not to be an artist in order to teach the kids arts, there are so many ways you can introduce arts to your kids. You can start by collecting arts and crafts materials (the not expensive ones) and when you have them, start teaching right away. I know you can do a little illustrations, or at least mold a clay into something, that’s art. While teaching music maybe hard if you’re not musically inclined, letting your kids watch and listen to musical TV programs is a clever idea.
So let’s bring it on moms and dads! Bring out the artist in you and your kids.