If you want your child or teen to retain more when cramming for a test, or to have laser-like focus when completing homework assignments, crank up the study music.Research indicates that music strengthens areas of the brain that, in children with ADHD, are weak.
Music strengthens the auditory, visual/spatial, and motor cortices of the brain. These areas are tied to speech and language skills, reading, reading comprehension, math, problem-solving, brain organization, focus, and attention challenges.But not any music will do.
Only certain classical music builds a bigger, better brain. Listening to jazz or pop doesn’t have the same beneficial effects.Read more on additudemag.com