The Power of Singing by Paul Godwin

Singing more than talking keeps babies calm and can lead to stronger social bonds with parents, improved health, and even greater language fluency.

A new study from the University of Toronto said: “Babies recognize the voice much, much earlier than they recognize a mother’s face,” said Sarah Trehub “Voice is a very powerful stimulus for an infant.”

If you want to get more comfortable with singing and learn a variety of musical development activities to try with your infant, Music Together of SF offers classes for Mixed Age siblings and Babies Only every day of the week.

Clients of Jane Austin Yoga receive a $20 off by entering the code JAYU2018 at registration.

Learn more & start singing with your little one.

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