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Young Children who take Music Lessons have better memories than their non-musical peers.

Researchers have found that four to six year olds who take Music lessons perform better in memory tests that include general intelligence skills, such as Literacy, Verbal memory and Maths.  Canadian researchers found developmental changes in the brains of children taking music lessons over periods as short as four months.

The research tells us that if you take Music lessons your brain is getting wired up differently, than if you are not taking music lessons. The two halfs of our Brain are making more connections, which results in better studying results in learning Mathematics, Science and Language skills.

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