1. The sound stimulates the auditory organs
Just as the fetal intelligence develops in contact with external sounds, the hearing organs of young children, with frequent contact with different notes for a long time, receive auditory stimulation brought by high and low audio, promote intellectual development and improve children's hearing ability. Sensitivity to sound. Mozart began to learn piano at the age of 3, and when he was 7 years old in Europe, he had already recognized the A or E, which was extremely sensitive to the sound.
2. The high-intensity coordinated movement of the fingers
Fingers act on the instrument with coordinated movements between high and low sounds, different keys and keys, strings and strings, drums and drums, and the combination of fingers and sounds trains high-intensity switching such as buckling, push-pull, and elastic touch. It can improve the flexibility and coordination of the fingers, and ultimately help the child's intellectual growth.
3. The score is quickly converted between the input and output of the brain.
Children must have musical scores in their musical instruments. Children need to look at the music while listening to the ear, eyes, mouth and hands, helping the scores to quickly shift between the input and output of the brain, while acting on the left brain and the right brain. The image function maximizes the brain's responsiveness and sensitivity.