Toddler Time: Singing

Toddler Time: Singing

My children have all loved music but maybe none so much as the two pictured above.

As an infant often the only thing that would calm my now 8 year old son down was music. He still loves to dance and sing and was happy to sing with his little sister last week

I wrote a post about music and singing, as it pertains to babies, and even shared a video of me singing to Janna. :)

Well, now that my little girl is a toddler she still loves music and singing but now she can do the motions, too. Her favorite song for the past few months has been “The Itsy Bitsy Spider”.

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Not only is listening to music fun for toddlers, but there are also many benefits they receive. Here are a few.

Singing and dancing to music helps build a toddlers vocabulary, enhances language skills, boosts memory, helps with gross motor development, can improve a sour mood, and is a great bonding experience for you both.

What is your toddler’s favorite song?


  • Shonda Knowlton

    I really need to get back into singing with my kids. I was so good with my first child. Thanks for reminding me of the importance.

    • Jackie

      Everything is easier when you only have one child, Shonda. :) I am sure both of your children will enjoy you singing with them. Take care.

  • Lisa

    My youngest, 14 mon, loves the alphabet song. He smiles and claps when he hears it.

    • Jackie

      That’s sweet, Lisa. Thanks for sharing.