Music and learning go hand-in-hand

Music has long been used to teach fundamental skills. Most of us learned the ABCs by singing The Alphabet Song. But the ABCs aren’t the only things children can learn from music. Songs can be used in a variety of ways in the classroom, including to strengthen language skills like pronunciation, grammatical structure, and vocabulary.

Besides teaching academic skills, music aids in memorization and the retention of knowledge. Music paired with text helps children recall information.

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Cantata Learning combines engaging stories, delightful illustrations, and fun songs for a complete multi-sensory learning experience that engages every type of learner.

Cantata Learning titles support the entire curriculum from language arts and social studies to STEAM. Our books are ideal for reading levels preK—grade 3, but our songs appeal to students of all ages!