“I would teach children music, physics, and philosophy; but most
importantly music, for the patterns in music and all the arts are
the keys to learning.” ~Plato
Why use handbells in your homeschool curriculum?
• Develops individual music skills while encouraging
• Combines all ways of learning: auditory, kinetic, visual
• Stimulates the brain and strengthens memory
• Enhances gross coordination skills
• Improves communication
• Musicians score higher on tests of mental acuity than those
with less or no musical study (2014 study of children aged
6 to 18 by the University of Vermont College of Medicine)
• Cost effective for collaborating families
• Satisfies state fine arts requirements
• It’s fun!
Visit our websiteor call Malmark for more inspiration on
how you can incorporate handbells or Choirchimes® into your
homeschooling experience. We will walk with you to inspire
and guide your adventure into the rewarding world of handbells.
Martha Alford, Director of Sales
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