If you’re in need of a smile today, you’ve come to the right place!
This music class of three-year-olds includes one little tyke whose funny bone is more than just a little bit tickled by the course’s content…although we’re not quite sure why. Either way, he’s adorable. Trust us. You’ll stop caring about why he’s laughing after a few seconds.
First, his teacher plays the guitar and sings, instructing the students to clap along. Then, when the song comes to periodic, sudden stops, the adorable child bursts into peals of precious laughter. It’s hard not to giggle right along with him!
I’m thinking this kiddo is going to have a great sense of humor when he grows up. Maybe he’ll even be our next big comedian! Who knows?
It’s impossible to tell whether or not any of these children are on the autism spectrum. Nevertheless, music can do a lot for some people with autism. In fact, it can be used as a therapy method to treat some of the challenges of the disorder.
Watch the video below, and then learn more about music therapy and what it can do here!
A. Stout received a Bachelor of Arts in Writing through Grand Valley State University, graduating Magna Cum Laude in 2015. In addition to being a passionate autism advocate, she is a member of various fandoms, a study abroad alumna, and an animal lover. She dreams of publishing novels and traveling all over the world someday.