- Are you an educator working in a kindergarten, preschool, childcare, family day-care or play group setting?
- Do you look at other educators who make music easily and confidently with their children and wish you could be more like them?
- Do you want to bring more music and movement into your program but are stuck for ideas and not sure where to start?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, and you’re ready to reignite your musical mojo with some new ideas and repertoire, then you are in the right place!
Many educators lack the confidence in their ability to make music with their children. They feel they have lost their “mojo” and are doing the “same old same old” year in and year out …
If this sounds like you, I hope you’ll consider joining me and a growing community of like-minded educators supporting each other to better support our children through music, over at “The Five Branches Framework For Music In the Early Years”.
The aim of this online course is to give you, the educator, more confidence around incorporating a quality Music and Movement program into your early years setting.
In “The Five Branches Framework For Music In The Early Years” we will outline the importance of music and musical activities to enhance childhood development, and work our way through the five key elements (or "branches") of an effective Music program.
The five “branches” make up the five modules – Beat, Singing, Instruments, Movement and Listening.
But don’t worry! You don’t have to have any prior musical knowledge or skills to engage in this course - just enthusiasm, an open mind, and the belief that every person is entitled to a musical childhood.
We are so lucky to be able to give the gift of music to the children in our care. Let me help you gain some new repertoire and resource ideas, and give you the boost in confidence you need to bring more music into your program!
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