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Montessori Toddler Shelves for Music

Several years ago I actually found myself at a wonderful school teaching music to two hundred 3-6 year old's. That's right I was a music teacher. Thankfully, young children don't care how great your voice is,  they just love to sing songs and play instruments. I have found that whether a child is 1 week old or 12 years old, most of them LOVE music. So come along and see how we explore music with an infant.  

This week Baby Bell explored her music shelves. She is just turning 1 and is already a natural musician. Well of course I think that she is perfect at it. 

The benefits of exploring music and instruments are endless. It helps with listening skills, fine and gross motor skills, coordination, memory, language development, creativity and much more. 

I love the way music makes you feel, it can set the tone for your whole day. Depending on your mood you might want something soothing like a harp, or a drum might be more your child's style.

It has always been important for me to keep music alive in our house, and allow the children to play many different instruments. 

One of our favorite music Cd's to listen to right now is Daddy Plays Guitar Lullabies, but we have several others that we love too. You can find links to them at the bottom of this page. 

Plan toys Melody Xylophone is a must for every house. 

Little B loves to have Music time too.

Hopefully one day our budget will allow for a beautiful Pentatonic Harp to add to our collection, but for now we will continue to enjoy hand bells, Xylophone's, and Maracas.

I hope you are able to set up an area for music time in your house. It is so wonderful to watch the children light up as they play their instruments and listen to good music. 

Visit me at Natural Beach Living where I write regularly about kids activities, hands on learning, homeschooling, and living a natural healthy life.  
Check out Lisa Nolan's Introduction to Montessori Art, Music, and Poetry Plus Planner PDF. It is designed for parents who want to incorporate Montessori art, music, and poetry into their home environment with children age birth to nine. This 112-page PDF includes an organizer and a three-month planner, as well as:
  • simple lesson activities
  • text only for easy printing
  • links to my photo galleries at SmugMug
  • all of my art, music, poetry blog posts at Confessions of a Montessori Mom
  • resources (like what and where to buy)
  • suggested books to read, and more!
You might also be interested in her Summer Montessori art, music, and poetry shares in her Facebook group! Join up! Are you looking for affordable Montessori lessons and activities! Check out Lisa Nolan's affordable online programs! Her programs are here.

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