WHAT ARE THEY AND HOW THEY HELP CHILDREN
Musograms or Muzograms are graphic symbols embedded in a given piece of music.
Children follow the graphic symbols with their hands while listening to the piece of music.
Check the following video to find out what exactly is a musogram.
As you see in the video it's a wonderful tool for a music teacher for many reasons.
We can teach children rhythm and melody in an easy, different and interesting way.
Musograms are also great for introducing music masterpieces from different eras to children in a fun way.
Using these graphic symbols children learn hand and finger control which helps with their instrument playing.
Besides the fact that musograms develop musicality in children it is a fantastic tool that allows improvement to many other areas of child development.
It improves manual dexterity which is a great tool for hand therapists as well.
It also develops attention, cocentration and visual-auditory and motor coordination.
You can have the free pdf of the musogram of Les Toreadors Carmen (video above) here: