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[27 Aug 2010 | No Comment | ]
Popular Homeschool Magazine Reviews MusIQ HomeSchool

Designed for the homeschool, this wonderful program allows the student to move through the program independently. So busy parents can have a few minutes each day to focus on other responsibilities while their child is learning music!

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[27 Aug 2010 | No Comment | ]
Former Composition Professor Comments on MH’s Early Curriculum Software

From my own experience teaching college theory at Harvard and UCLA in its School of Music, I wanted my 5 year-old daughter to have the best possible access to musical teaching, training and experience using the computer as a tool! I was also interested to see what had been developed using technology, so I made a point of trying everything I could find. Luckily I found Children’s Music Journey, which is the single best music tutor, and music ‘experiencer’ for kids that I’ve found.

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[28 Apr 2010 | No Comment | ]
Dad Reviews Children’s Music Journey Series

We truly love hearing from our customers. Recently, a father of two boys, 4 and 7, emailed our Sales Manager, Ed, with his impressions of Children’s Music Journey. Plus, check out the before and after pics of his DIY piano/computer. Very, very cool…

Amazing Benefits of Music, Featured, the MusIQ HomeSchool Blog »

[25 Jun 2009 | Comments Off | ]
Music and the Brain:  How Important is Music to Your Child’s Development?

Over two decades ago researchers in the US began studying the link between learning ‘to read music and play the piano’, and ability in Math and Science.

This led to a ten year UCLA study comparing results for young students taking music versus students taking computer classes. Students learning to read music and play the piano scored significantly higher on Math and Science assessments.

Researchers then went on to prove that learning to read music and play the piano has other cognitive benefits. Hong Kong university of China discovered that not only does the regimen of learning to read and play music increase the rate of learning new vocabulary, but it results in a permanent increase in the learning rate. If the music learning process stops, the increased capacity is retained. If the challenging music program starts again, the rate of learning increases further.