How many of us have wondered how great it would be if we’d learned music and how to play an instrument?

How many of us have wanted to pick up a forgotten instrument?

How many of us live our lives with music? It’s that small seed found in every language, and at the same time it’s the language of emotions…

Now you can affectionately teach your baby the language of music while they’re learning to speak.

In this article we’ll show you how to do it. We’ve prepared it with https://atencionycuidadosdelbebe.com/

BabyWiseTunes® is designed to be used from your baby’s first month of life until they turn 3 years old. Once a baby recognizes their parents and the first routines are already established it’s the perfect time to start the method.

At what age is it recommended to apply the ETFES© method?

How to apply the ETFES© method according to your baby’s growth stage between 0-3 years old: 0-3 months, 3-6 months, 6-12 months or 12-36 months

Important for all growth stages:

* environment: calm and silent.

* speakers: from the cellphone. If possible, use good speakers connected to the cellphone.

* volume: ensure your baby hears the music correctly.

* Time of the day: depending on what’s easiest for your daily schedule and when it best suits your baby.

* If you’ve already done your daily session with contact, you can do the following sessions as if you were listening to music. The 1st session must be done together in a structured manner. The rest can be listened to freely in moments such as: while your baby is playing, during bath time or during meals. You’ll be training your child’s musical ear during each session. Stimulate their learning ability, and make it easier for your child to learn languages in the future.

* As you start introducing musical instruments into the exercise sessions, from rattles as percussion to a toy piano, you should do so when the instrument is first introduced. You can simply show your baby the instrument and let them decide what to do and experiment with it. Never force anything.

Application according to the growth stage:

  • 0-3 months

– contact with massage
– contact in arms (cradle position)
– contact with caresses
– active emotional contact (interact visually and through touch without making any sound)

* It’s important that you don’t make any noise during the exercise sessions so that your baby can correctly take in the information. At the end of the exercise session you can play and make sounds to stimulate your baby and encourage them to repeat the sounds.
* You can sew a rattle onto the sleeve or use sock rattles.
* You can follow the rhythm and play with the rattle yourself.

  • 3-6 months

– contact in arms (cradle position)
– contact in arms (forward facing position)
– contact with massage
– contact with caresses
– active emotional contact (interact visually and through touch without making any sound)

* It’s important that you don’t make any noise during the exercise sessions so that your baby can correctly take in the information. At the end of the exercise session you can play and make sounds to stimulate your baby and encourage them to repeat the sounds.
You can put a toy instrument in their hands (jingle bells, maracas, rattles, sock rattles).

  • 6-12 months

– contact in arms (cradle position)
– contact in arms (forward facing position)
– contact with massage
– contact with caresses
– active emotional contact (interact visually and through touch without making any sound)

* It’s important that you don’t make any noise during the exercise sessions so that your baby can correctly take in the information. At the end of the exercise session you can play and make sounds to stimulate your baby and encourage them to repeat the sounds.
* Your child already has control over their arms. You can put a toy instrument in their hands (toy piano, jingle bells, maracas, rattles, finger cymbals).

Remember that:

6-9 months babies began to sit by themselves and to crawl
9-11 months babies start to stand up
11-14 months babies begin to walk

* these milestones are for orientation purposes. Each baby has their own developmental rhythm and we must never force it.

  • 12-36 months

– contact with massage (if your baby wants to)
– contact with caresses (if your baby wants to)
– active emotional contact (if your baby wants to)

* You can follow the rhythm with your hands or with an instrument.
* You can put a toy instrument in their hands (toy piano, jingle bells, maracas, rattles, finger cymbals).
* When finishing your daily session with contact, you can also play favorite songs with your hands: The Wheels on the Bus, the Itsy Bitsy Spider.

Last but not least, we want to share this great piece of news with you, a trend that will surely lead to others!

https://www.theguardian.com/education/2014/feb/27/musicians-better-language-learners

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Teach your child the language of music through love!

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