Rhythm, blues, and reading cues: How music improves young students’ reading skills

Children typically become proficient readers sometime between their fifth and seventh birthdays. By the time a child is in second grade, they often become self-conscious if they fall behind and may begin to display behavioral issues, according to Today’s Parent. While not all children will learn to read on the same schedule, there are things we can do as parents and educators to encourage the process.

One of the simplest and most profoundly effective methods for encouraging literacy is music.

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