Today I broke out a harp music book in front of my kid for the first time since I started reading books to him. It’s been a while since I played from a music book, I’m not gonna lie. Since he’s been born, I’ve been busy with reading guitar and ukulele chords/tabs because they’re way easier, and also a lot of fun. (By the way, for those that aren’t in the “harp club”, harp music looks almost the same as piano music. There’s a treble clef and a bass clef with “golf club” notes on a 5-lined staff.) I’ve never been particularly gifted at reading music, because I generally prefer learning tunes by ear. Continue reading “Teaching Toddlers Music”
Secular lessons for a newborn doesn’t put much emphasis on morality or citizenship, but rather the exploration of their physical surroundings.
This is a continuation of my Secular Lessons for Kids.
I figure it makes the most sense to start at age 0–baby’s first year of life. Check out my about page to understand my level of expertise: I’m not a pediatrician or an expert in child development. My knowledge is largely driven by the fact that I have a son, and he is now 1. His first year is still pretty fresh in my mind.