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How Rhythm and Song Support Infant Social Development

Music and singing are some of the most common forms of social interaction and play during early childhood. Caregivers all over the world sing to their infants to engage or soothe them. Seemingly simple acts, like singing to and engaging in musical games with young children, can profoundly impact children, caregivers, and their relationship with each other.

New Research: Singing to Your Baby Helps Their Speech and Language Development

It’s a special feeling to hold your baby and look at them as they look back at you. You and your baby might do this as you rock in a rocking chair, make silly faces, or sing a nursery rhyme.