Interactive play with musical games and toys can help improve social skills and a child's ability to communicate. Music therapy can help improve the cognitive function of the brain and support language development. Percussion instruments can be used in one to one play or in a group setting and can help in a variety of ways;
A fun way of creating rhythms and musical patterns, good for relieving stress
Improves co-ordination and a sense of timing
Improves dexterity and motor skills, particularly in the arms, hands and fingers
Encourages social interaction and communication skills
Helps develop self-expression.
Set of 10 percussion instruments in a handy clear plastic carry case. Contains 2 maracas, 2 castanets, tambourine, triangle and beater, 2 claves, rhythm-clapper, single tone guiro and beater, 2 finger cymbals, wooden shaker pot, and a 13 bell jingle stick.