From the beginning of fetal education, music has gradually influenced the child's life.
The music chosen should be appropriate to the age of the baby.
For newborn babies, you can choose soft, slow music for them to listen to, so that they feel safe and comfortable.
When the child is one and a half to two years old, parents can select music with pictograms for the child to listen to and can encourage the child to imitate.
When the child is two and a half to three years old, parents can choose shorter, more abstract music for the child to listen to to develop musical understanding and imagination.
The mysterious power of music is that it can subconsciously enhance children's ability to understand a phrase and interpret its meaning, and can help improve the development of language and reading skills.
Unlike language, music activates every subsystem of the brain, including motivation, emotion and auditory awareness.
Music also serves as a key to guide children to better listening skills, thereby maintaining focus and enhancing comprehension and perception.
iBaby music is divided by categories:
- Favorite Songs
- Age Group Songs
- Children's Songs
- White Noise
- Nature Sounds
You can try to play to your baby according to age and observe your baby's preferences.