Learning Through Music
Use these educational songs employ rhythm, melody, language and movement to engage your children for hours as they effortlessly learn all about the world around them.
They are used by teachers throughout the world to promote the joy of learning and even for teaching English as a second language. They make an excellent motivational device for teaching history, geography and science.
Through the simple repetitive words and the engaging melodies in each song, your children will be able to retain a vast amount of knowledge effortlessly. That’s because they utilize movement, rhythm and language to unlock the innate learning abilities already within your child. Using these three learning modalities together have proven to be 98%-100% effective for learning and retention.
These songs were written and composed by Hestia Abeyesekera, PhD. Her unique educational background includes degrees in Music, Speech and Drama from London, England. She has a Doctorate in Education and is Montessori trained. Hestia is honored in the “World’s Who’s Who” of Women for Distinguished Achievement in the Field of Education and is a life member of the prestigious American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASACP). Hestia has composed over 50 children’s songs and 200 other musical compositions.
Listen to samples below
Learning Through Music:
The Story of a Seed:
Land and Water:
A History Quiz:
A Patriotic Medley:
Spelling Is Fun/Goodbye Song: