Children thrive on music. It’s one of the best vehicles for learning in early childhood development. Hope Kids Choir takes musical learning to the next level; our curriculum is proven to improve a child’s brain development. And for parents, it’s a fun thing to do with kids!
When young children are consistently engaged by music in an age-appropriate, socially accepting environment, they benefit at many levels:
Reading -They gain the phonological processing, spoken language, and comprehension skills that are the foundation of reading
Quantitative -They build the spatial-temporal and reasoning skills required for math, science, and engineering.
Social-They develop social and emotional skills that are essential for school readiness—like the ability to regulate their responses and relate to others in complex ways.
Physical– By moving and dancing to music and playing simple instruments, children improve their gross and fine motor skills.
Creative-Activities that encourage freedom within a fun and friendly structure spark their creativity.
Hope Kids Choir is an arm of Hope Children’s Academy. The choir is made up of children (especially orphans and vulnerable children) who attend to the school and those from the nearby community.
The school has established a children’s choir, where singing, dancing, instruments and acting skills is a way of developing their talents.
The children’s choir works to raise awareness about the plight of the orphaned and vulnerable children of Uganda.
Our music curriculum provides a comprehensive foundation in music skills and understandings and allows for the development of specialized ability. The comprehensive foundation consists of courses in music history, arts and instrumental skills in brass, woodwind, and strings. Children who study music tend to have larger vocabularies and more advanced reading skills than their peers who do not participate in music lessons.
To support our Music Education Program, contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org