While children sing, they develop listening and cooperative skills, coordination of the tongue and lips, gross and fine motor skills, self-control, concentration skills and memory.
Singing fosters the growth of the imagination, which is the essential part of a child's mind that is being increasingly impinged upon by day to day life which includes the prevalence of TV, videos, computer games and busy schedules.
Singing helps develop a child's sense of accomplishment and self-confidence.
Children learn more easily through singing. Ever wondered why teaching the ABCs with a song is so successful? What can you remember most from your childhood learning? The answer is most likely the songs and nursery rhymes.
Children learn vocabulary and grammar, story form, maths, history, geography, and science through singing. Singing is also a superb tool for learning foreign languages.