If you have a passion for music, then it is only to be expected that you would like your children to enjoy it too. Thankfully, children have a natural curiosity about the world and love to explore new subjects. There are many ways in which you can encourage your child to get involved with music, even from a very young age.
Music in the Nursery
Setting up your first nursery in anticipation of the imminent birth of your child can be great fun but somewhat overwhelming. You are probably not wanting to go from shop to shop to find what you need. This is where sourcing products from Royal Design will save your precious energy. They have a fabulous selection of furniture and accessories that are suitable for a nursery. To start your music-themed collection, you can purchase a cloud mobile that plays Brahms “Lullaby”.
Encourage Listening Skills
As your child grows, you can become more imaginative in the way in which you encourage music listening skills. You can perhaps have a specific room in the house dedicated to music. If you head to the Royal Design website, you can quickly gather some inspiration as to what pieces would complement each other. You can then sit together with your child in this space and listen to music and ask them to describe what they hear.
Play Along to Music
Children are never happier than when making a noise, and if you can get them to play along to music, then they will soon learn about different rhythms. You could get them to create a band with their stuffed toys. Royal Design has a gorgeous collection of rag dolls that would enchant your child. You could ask your child to play along to a simple piece of music, and the dolls could dance to it, much like a puppet show.
Make Your Own Sounds
It is surprisingly easy to make your own different sounds from various pots and pans and other utensils. This can be a great excuse to give your child your old kitchenware and treat yourself to some new items from Royal Design’s luxury collection.
With a few simple steps, you can ensure that your child grows up loving music as much as you do.