Is playing the maraca a skill
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-Increase gross and fine motor skills and helps to develop muscle tone in the hands and arms.
-Develop a sense of beat and rhythm
-Reinforce hand-eye coordination
-Encourage imaginative play and storytelling through sound effects
-Increase listening (and hence, reading) skills
-Reinforce and emphasize self-discipline and self-control
-Enhance comprehension of music notation (in its simplest form), dynamics, and musical form
-Develop patterning skills and learn basic mathematical concepts of sequencing, numerical order, counting forwards and backwards and addition/subtraction (for advanced students).
-Develop understanding of where sound comes from and how it changes (according to instrument played)
-Develop a sense of teamwork and social skills such as sharing, taking turns, etc.
-Develop sense of cultural awareness
Neuroscientist Professor Nina Kraus has conducted research that has proven that playing a musical instrument like Maracas enhances the brain's sensitivity to speech sounds. She states, "Playing instruments like Maracas may help youngsters better process speech in noisy classrooms and more accurately interpret the nuances of language that are conveyed by subtle changes in the human voice."
And now i end my case.
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