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David Daigneault is one of our newest children’s music Franchise Owners, located in Charleston, South Carolina. He is also one of the professional musicians that plays for the classes being taught to babies and toddlers, helping to introduce music to young children aged newborn – six. Interestingly enough, David actually learned how to play his first song on the piano at the age of three, so he’s a big advocate for teaching kids about music at an early age.

“I’m the youngest of nine kids, and just about all of my siblings played an instrument. I married a professional singer, and we now have four musical children,” Daigneault says.

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David recently sat down with Post and Courier to discuss why music is so important for a child’s development and how parents can get their children involved in music early.


1) How does music impact a baby’s development?​

There are too many ways to mention! But perhaps most importantly, it builds on the bond between parent and child. It can also help them develop speech, express themselves and put them in a good mood. One of the most motivational ways to teach a baby how to learn is to give them a percussive instrument.

2) What are some simple ways to introduce your child to music and what’s a good age?

It’s never to early to start listening to – and participate in – making music. Give them a shaker so they can be in on the fun. A xylophone toy will help teach them that one direction of a keyboard has lower sounding notes, and the other direction makes higher notes.

If the child is under age 5, allow them to simply enjoy the wonder of music, as dexterity builds in their fingers. Each child is different, and if you notice they are able to form notes and chords on the family piano or guitar, they might be ready for formal lessons.

3) What’s the best kind of music to introduce kids to early on?

Pick the kind of music that you like — this way you can listen together and strengthen your bond. Just about any music is baby-friendly (this changes later). If your child wants to listen to the same song over and over again – let them (for as long as you can take it). This helps them mature in picking apart the different aspects of the song. Some music might cause your baby to dance, stay with it as it allows them to develop a love for music.

To read the full Q&A session, hosted by Post and Courier, CLICK HERE

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