Each year because of budget cuts and necessary spending cuts, fine arts programs are lost in schools. This is a shame, because many children not only excel in fine arts programs but also in academic classes as well.
Online PR News – 23-January-2013 – Richmond, BC – Each year because of budget cuts and necessary spending cuts, fine arts programs are lost in schools. This is a shame, because many children not only excel in fine arts programs but also in academic classes as well.
Tatiana Bandurina is a music educator and has published many articles on the advantages of music in helping students in academic classes.
In fact, Bandurina has published on the fact music helps students with writing and most recently, how music education and lessons help students with mathematics.
According to Bandurina, “The ancient Greek philosopher Pythagoras was the first to establish a close connection between music and mathematics. Many well-known mathematicians liked to play musical instruments. For example, Max Planck played piano; Richard Feynman – bongos; and Albert Einstein – violin.”
From Pythagoras, Bandurina notes, children of music develop perception skills that supercede that of children who do not. As the child continues musical study, memory skills of visual, acoustical, motor, graphic and associative realms strengthen and evolve.
“If you wish to see your child develop to the most of his potential, what can be better than enrolling him in children’s music lessons,” said Bandurina.
Additionally, children learn certain vital professional life skills from musical study. Practice to mastery, extended thinking and time management are only a few of the necessary skills all children need to be successful in the 21st century workplace.
The difficulties rise in trying to help children get into musical programs, tutoring and developing a love for music. Bandurina has a solution.
Her e-book, Secrets of Parenting with Love and Logic: How to Help Your Child Play a
Musical Instrument with Enthusiasm, is less of a book on instruction and more on a book on helping children grow to appreciate music and eventually, excel in mathematics.
Since its release in the Christmas season of 2012, it has gained all positive reviews on Amazon.com
“My book is designed for parents who may not have an interest in music themselves and want to help their children grow to love music and all academics. It reads like fiction, but the book has lots of solid, professional tips for parents.
Those interested in learning more should visit Bandurina’s Amazon.com page at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AP5Q1D0. To learn more about the publishing company, visit http://www.quintecco.com.
About Tatiana Bandurina
Award-winning author, musician, educator, director of Quintecco Educational Products Inc.