Joy Sikorski’s “Puccini EffectTM” is very compelling!

December 17, 2007 at 12:30 am | Posted in Babies, Children's Music, FUN, Joy Sikorski, Language, Music, Parenting, Puccini Effect, School Readiness, Singing, Village | 3 Comments
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Joy Sikorski

Joy Sikorski

Joy Sikorski, coined the term “Puccini EffectTM” to describe her philosophy of  insight into the empowerment of the singing voice as a crucial tool that impacts infant and early childhood brain development. 
From her website Joy says, “You probably know about the Mozart Effect and research regarding music’s profound impact on your baby/toddlers’s development. Instinctively, you also know that music can either calm you and your child or agitate both of you. You’ve heard that classical music is more complex than most other music and that it therefore stimulates intricate patterns in your baby or toddlers’s brain. You also know that singing songs is good for your child.
But do you know about the Puccini EffectTM? Have you heard about your baby’s or toddler’s potential ability to sing?
For example, do you know about the research that shows she can match pitches as early as 3 to 4 months or that early development of her singing potential positively influences her speech patterns and communication skills for life!? That it can engage her attention while calming both her and you? That there are scientific reasons why this is true? …”

Have I got your attention yet? Check out Joy and what she has to say about the “Puccini EffectTM”, and much more!

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  1. Julie, I was happily surprised to find that you had written this blog about SingBabySing and the Puccini Effect. Thank you so much for your enthusiastic response! I’m looking forward to meeting you and the other Kindermusik teachers at some time in the (hopefully) near future. Meanwhile, may your voice rise above the din today and go straight to the hearts of all the families you are helping. All my best, Joy

  2. Joy, I also look forward to meeting you! I hope you have a blessed Christmas!

  3. Yes; I have a daughter who used to sing along with our radio in perfect pitch and I would wonder, “is this normal or is she gifted?” I plan to check this out–thanks for the tip!


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