MUSIC

Playing musicWeekly the children will learn, rhythm, beat, song and stories. They will even have an opportunity to be called up as volunteers to support the music teacher in showing their peers or reiterating things they are learning in that session. We think music is important in a child’s development because, there are many benefits and importance of music by: music participation proves a unique opportunity for literacy preparation. Whether the children are signing, playing , or listening, teachers direct them to listen and hear in new ways which exercise their ability to follow instructions, multi task and gain new skills. Music helps create certain emotions whether calm, happy, excited, etc. it allows children to feel safe while exploring their different emotions.