Learning guitar is not an easy task but with slow and steady repetition, muscle memory starts to develop. This process promotes concentration and focus in a child.
A guitarist's brain handles many tasks simultaneously like learning chords and strumming patterns, remembering starting cues and keeping to the beat during the course of a song.
Learning guitar improves hand-eye coordination and develops a child's motor skills.
Learning a new skill can help your child develop a sense of pride and self confidence. Guitarists who practice creativity and self-expression are better communicators and can sure impress their friends at their school talent shows!