When music is involved in the lives of children, their lives begin to improve spontaneously. Studies have shown that music can affect the language skills as well as the intelligence of a child. In the modern world, music therapy is commonly used by teachers as well as parents to associate music with the children’s’ lives to improve development. Listening to music, singing and use of musical instruments are a few of the hobbies related to music which can do miracles when practised frequently.
Among the numerous methods that can be used to draw the attention of the child to music, talent show has proven to be effective. A talent show is the best event where a child can be praised for his talents and since it is always related to music, it develops the child’s inner abilities as well. Talent shows are conducted frequently and children are able to involve in shows from early childhood. These talent shows contribute a lot to reduce the stage fright and increase the self confidence in kids as well as adults.
As adults, we should be attentive when selecting songs for talent shows and if the child has chosen an inappropriate song, it is our responsibility to direct the child in the correct path. Generally, children’s songs are used in talent shows and even songs by teenage artists can be very popular among the children. However it is wise to avoid songs that contain inapt words or immoral meanings.
In the modern world, children are more attached to the movies and cartoons rather than to nature and environment. Therefore the songs telecasted in such communication media are commonly used in talent shows and similar functions. High school musical was a majorly popular movie series that revolved around the topic of talent shows and songs. “What I’ve been looking for” is one of the popular songs in the precedent movie which can be easily presented in a children’s talent show.