All children learn the alphabets at a young age so that they can read in the future. When a child reads books and accesses material on the Internet, he learns faster and much more than he would have - had he or she been illiterate. Today we'll discuss about the advantages of music language and why your child should learn music notes. Babies learn to read step by step. First the baby learns letters followed by syllables. Then he joins syllables into words and then words into sentences. In a little while the child learns to read a small poem or paragraph on his own. The more the child practices reading, the faster is his improvement. Before you know it, the child is reading thick books with concentration and interest. Now that a person can read, he is occupied with his next goal - to procure the information he needs at the moment. We live in the age of information and being literate is absolutely necessary. Now let's focus on musicians. Their books are different from regular books and have less words and lots of musical symbols. Therefore they can only be read by people who have been trained musically. Common people think it is tough to learn music notes. The truth is - it is not very different from learning letters and alphabets. First, students learn the names of the music notes and their position in the staff (as a position in the alphabet). After this they learn how to turn these notes into "syllables" (meter) phrases and sentences. Now they can read music independently! Most people know of the advantages of music education for kids but they are confused about what to expect from their kids. All they say is: "It's good if he learns to play for himself and enjoy." It is very important to choose the ideal teacher for your child. The teacher should be skilled in music and be able to read musical text without difficulty and prior preparation. Though many teachers can read music books fluently, not every teacher can help your child grasp and learn music notes. Students of teachers who aren't good at training children typically forget what they learned a few weeks ago. It's comes as a big disappointment and you should avoid it. It's critical to find the right teacher who can teach your child. Then your child can "read" any musical piece as fluently as he reads comics. He will enjoy it and he can entertain people he is close to - all through his life.