Singing in school can feel children more positive about themselves and build a sense of community. It is also found that children who take part in the program have a strong sense a being the part of community. A clear inference may be drawn that children who sing up are more likely to be advanced in singing and have a positive self concept.
“Montfort an students have found that singing has played a real part to build self confidence, improving their behavior and concentration in the class, and greatly aiding educational development. Singing has been integral to life.
Singing helps underpin and maintain our well-being and happiness. Singing also encourages them to strive to improve health by enhance their awareness of capability.
Learning to sing songs from beginning to the end, improves reading skills by developing the co-ordination between brain and body. Singing helps to calm negative, mental chatter.